Manage Rp169 Trillion, Bank Mandiri Strengthens Premium Service

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Sunday, September 17 2017 - 23:00 IWST

Direktur Distribusi Bank Mandiri Henry Gunardi (Foto Rizki Meirino)
Direktur Distribusi Bank Mandiri Henry Gunardi (Foto Rizki Meirino)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta- Bank Mandiri continues to strengthen its banking services, both through product variation and transaction convenience and service enhancement. The goal, in order Mandiri Group can be one stop solution in serving the needs of customers from various segments.

On the consistency, the company recorded the management of Fund under Management of Bank Mandiri for premium segment individual customers reaching Rp 169 trillion in August 2017, growing 15% annually.

According to Distribution Director of Bank Mandiri, Hery Gunardi, the company has given priority banking services to around 51 thousand individual customers in the premium segment. Mandiri has also prepared 63 priority outlets spread across Indonesia, and in cooperation with 9 Investment Managers with more than 60 investment products.

"For the support, we are grateful that Bank Mandiri is able to book the Fund Under Management amounting to Rp 169 trillion in August 2017," said Hery Gunardi.

Meanwhile, Bank Mandiri's Treasury Executive Officer Darmawan Junaidi said that his company is also utilizing the company's overseas network to market its financial products and services related to foreign exchange.

Currently, Bank Mandiri's overseas offices are spread across the world's economic centers such as Singapore, China, Hong Kong, the UK, the Cayman Islands, Malaysia and Timor Leste. "With a commitment to continue to grow, we are always responsive and innovative," said Darmawan.

Hery Gunardi continued that the positive performance eventually contributed to the company's good performance until the middle of this year.

As of Q2 / 2017, Bank Mandiri's net income reached Rp9.5 trillion, up 33.7% year-on-year. The increase was mainly driven by the company's loan portfolio of Rp 682 trillion, grew 11.6% from the same period last year.

For this performance, the regional financial publications of Alpha Southeast Asia pinned several awards to Bank Mandiri in Singapore on Thursday night (14/9), which included Best Bank in Indonesia, Best FX Bank for Corporate & Fls, Best Private Wealth Management and Best Cash Management.

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