Bank Mandiri In The News

July 1, 2015

Cashless Society In Progress (Photo caption)

BI Governor Agus Martowardojo, with PT Transjakarta president director Antonius Nicholas and BNI president director Gatot Mudiantoro Suwondo use an e-money card for their journey from Transjakarta’s BI stop in Thamrin, Jakarta, on Thursday (14/8). BI and the Association of Payment Systems of Indonesia (ASPI), including Bank Mandiri, have launched the National Non-Cash Movement (GNNT/Gerakan […]

Bank Mandiri In The News
July 1, 2015

Bank Mandiri expects major increase in usage of e-money

State-owned lender Bank Mandiri is aiming for extensive usage of its electronic money (e-money) in the transportation sector as part of its efforts to reach the goal of being one of Southeast Asia’s prominent market players in the banking industry. The lender believes that a-money has the potential to drive the future of business for […]

Bank Mandiri In The News
June 30, 2015

Mandiri to Boost Micro Lending with Hundreds of New Branches

State-owned lender Bank Mandiri plans to open hundreds of branch office and cash outlets across Indonesia as part of the company’s business strategy to increase revenue contribution from the growing micro business segment. Agus Haryoto Widodo, Mandiri Senior Vice President for Micro Business Development said that the bank planned to open 400 new branch offices […]

Bank Mandiri In The News
May 29, 2015

Market Access a Problem for Small and Medium Enterprises

Limited market access is one of the chief constraints affecting the growth of SMEs. However, promotions and exhibitions can help SMEs overcome this obstacle. “One of the keys to the success of a business is an extensive marketing network and value-for-money promotional activities that are focused on the right targets,” said Bank Mandiri CEO Budi […]

Bank Mandiri In The News