Pursuing Core Capital of IDR 3 T, Salim Group Bank Ready for Rights Issue

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – The issuer of the bank belonging to the Salim Group, PT Bank Ina Perdana Tbk (BINA) stated its commitment to meet the minimum core capital requirement of IDR 3 trillion this year. In order to fulfill these objectives, BINA will holding corporate actions to increase capital through rights issue in the second semester of this year.

For your information, the Financial Services Authority (OJK) requires banks to have a minimum core capital of IDR 2 trillion in 2021 and increase to IDR 3 trillion as of December 2022.

This is in accordance with OJK Regulation (POJK) Number 12/POJK.03/2020 concerning Commercial Bank Consolidation.

BINA itself revealed that it had fulfilled the minimum core capital obligation of IDR 2 trillion by the end of 2021.

This is done by increasing capital through rights issue which has received an effective OJK statement on November 19, 2021.

From the results of the implementation rights issue According to this, BINA recorded core capital as of December 31, 2021, amounting to Rp. 2.33 trillion.

Furthermore, BINA will also meet the minimum core capital requirement of IDR 3 trillion this year as described in the Bank’s Business Plan (RBB) submitted to OJK.

“Additional capital through rights issue will be carried out in the second semester of 2022,” explained BINA management in an information disclosure, quoted by CNBC Indonesia, Thursday (1/13/2022).

In addition, BINA is also committed to continuing to comply with the provisions of the relevant Exchange Regulation No. IA free float (public share ownership) in corporate actions that will be implemented later.

The bank also emphasized that the company has no plans to change the shareholder structure. ultimate beneficial owner and/or operators.

Meanwhile, BINA explained, the fulfillment of the minimum core capital will support the improvement of banking services and products to customers so as to further grow the bank’s business performance.

It is planned that the funds obtained from the fulfillment of the minimum core capital requirement will be used entirely for working capital, such as the implementation of operational activities and the company’s business development. “[Hal tersebut] in accordance with the company’s strategy to implement digitalization in the company’s business processes,” added BINA management.

Just so you know, the controlling shareholder (PSP) of BINA is PT Indolife Pensiontama with a share ownership percentage of 22.47%. Meanwhile, the final shareholder of BINA is Anthoni Salim who is also the President Director of PT Indofood Sukses Makmur Tbk (INDF).

Apart from BINA, a number of mini-banks (with core capital below Rp 5 trillion) have also stated their commitment to fulfill their core capital requirement of Rp 3 trillion this year. To name a few, there are PT Bank Oke Indonesia Tbk (DNAR), PT Bank MNC International Tbk (BABP), PT Bank Neo Commerce Tbk (BBYB), and PT Bank IBK Indonesia Tbk (AGRS).

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