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BMRI

BANK MANDIRI TBK
BMRI.JK
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Year's High
8,175.00
Previous Close
7,975.00
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Year's Low
6,175.00
Earnings Per Share
565.46
P/E Ratio
14.10
Lot Size
100
Div. Yield (%)
3.02
Dividend
241.22
Div. Pay Date
19 JUN 2019
Ex-Div. Date
27 MAY 2019
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Last Trade Time (GMT)
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PT Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk (the Bank) is an Indonesia-based financial institution. The Bank’s business units are consumer banking, small and micro business, commercial banking, corporate banking and treasury and international banking services. The Bank's subsidiaries, which are engaged in the banking, financing, securities, insurance and property sectors include Bank Mandiri (Europe) Limited, PT Bank Syariah Mandiri, PT Usaha Gedung Bank Dagang Negara, PT Mandiri Sekuritas, PT Bumi Daya Plaza, PT Bank Sinar Harapan Bali, PT Mandiri Tunas Finance, Mandiri International Remittance Sdn Bhd, PT AXA Mandiri Financial Services and PT Mandiri AXA General Insurance. As of December 31, 2011, the Bank was supported by 12 regional offices, 66 area offices, 937 branch offices, 234 cash outlets, 300 Mandiri Mitra Usaha offices and five international offices

  • Market News
EXCLUSIVE-WhatsApp in talks to launch mobile payments in Indonesia-sources
20 August 2019
source: reuters.com
    By Fanny Potkin
    JAKARTA, Aug 20 (Reuters) - Facebook Inc's  FB.O  messaging
service WhatsApp is in talks with multiple Indonesian digital
payment firms to offer their mobile transaction services, in a
bid to tap the nation's fast growing e-commerce sector, people
familiar with the matter said.
    Indonesia could become the second country worldwide where
WhatsApp introduces such services, as it awaits regulatory
approval from India, its biggest market by users, that has been
delayed due to local data storage rules.  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nL4N24Y29Y
    But unlike in India where it plans to offer direct
peer-to-peer payment services, WhatsApp will simply serve as a
platform in Indonesia supporting payments via local digital
wallets due to tough licensing regulations, the sources told
Reuters.
    The Indonesia model could become a template for Whatsapp to
adopt in other emerging markets to get around regulations on
foreign players creating their own digital wallets, the sources
said.
    Indonesia, home to 260 million people and Southeast Asia's
largest economy, is one of the top-five markets globally for
Whatsapp, with over 100 million users. 
    The nation is set to see its e-commerce industry tripling to
$100 billion by 2025, according to some estimates, but it also
has some of the region's strictest digital payments regulations.
    WhatsApp is in advanced talks with several digital payments
firms including ride hailer Go-Jek, mobile payments firm DANA,
backed by China's Ant Financial  ANTFIN.UL , and fintech startup
OVO, which is owned by Indonesian conglomerate Lippo Group and
is also backed by ride hailing company Grab, the sources said.
    Deals with the three firms are expected to be finalised
shortly, the people said, declining to be named as the talks are
private.
    WhatsApp has also approached state-owned Bank Mandiri
 BMRI.JK , which operates a digital wallet, they said.
    The Indonesia plan comes after Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg
announced earlier this year that it would be rolling out
WhatsApp payments to "some countries". 
    "As Mark has said earlier this year... we are looking to
bring digital payments to more countries," a Facebook
spokeswoman told Reuters.
    "WhatsApp is in conversations with financial partners in
Indonesia about payments, however the discussions are in early
stages and we do not have anything further to share at this
stage." 
    Go-Jek declined to comment. DANA, OVO and Bank Mandiri did
not immediately respond to requests for comments. 
    A spokeswoman for the Mandiri-backed e-wallet LinkAja said 
she could not confirm any talks with WhatsApp.
    The service was originally planned to start at the end of
2019, but two sources said they expected it to be delayed by
several months, as WhatsApp would not want to launch in
Indonesia before India.
    One source said WhatsApp would need to get a nod from
regulator Bank Indonesia before proceeding. Bank Indonesia did
not respond to requests from comment.

 (Reporting by Fanny Potkin and Ed Davies; Additional reporting
by Singapore bureau; Editing by Miyoung Kim and Muralikumar
Anantharaman)
 ((f.potkin@thomsonreuters.com;))
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