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BCA Records Profit of Rp9.6 Trillion

Foto Berita BCA Records Profit of Rp9.6 Trillion
Warta Ekonomi.co.id, Jakarta -

PT Bank Central Asia Tbk. (BCA) made a net profit of Rp9.6 trillion in the first semester of this year, reflecting a growth of 12.1 percent year-on-year, mostly from interest income following the bright growth of corporate credits.

BCA President Director Jahja Setiaatmadja said here on Wednesday (20/7/2016) that although domestic economic condition was still in the process of recovering, corporate credits had contributed the highest to the growth reaching 19.6 percent year-on-year or Rp135.4 trillion.

Commercial and small and medium credits on the other hand have been the biggest portfolio but their growth was only recorded at 6.5 percent or Rp146.5 trillion while consumer credits were up 9.1 percent year-on-year, reaching Rp105.2 trillion.

"We indeed saw that demand is still slow, but thanks to our efficiency and growth of transaction accounts, the business has registered a boost," he added.

In the consumer line, housing credits rose by 8.5 percent to Rp61.7 trillion and motor-vehicle credits were up 11.4 percent to reach Rp34.0 trillion. The BCA credits in all segments grew 11.5 percent to Rp387 trillion, year-on-year.

According to Jahja, the efficiency attained through reduction of cost of funds has contributed to the growth of profit and revenues.

"Before the monetary easing effected by Bank Indonesia since 2015, we have been able to lower the interest rates of deposits and, in turn, reduce the cost of funds. In February, we also reduced the loan interest," he explained.

BCAs operational income in the first semester this year rose 15.5 percent to Rp26.1 trillion while operational burden also increased by 7.3 percent, failing to reach double digits, and touching Rp12.07 trillion.

The compensation of growth in credit distribution was seen in the hike of non-performing loan ratio to 1.4 percent by the end of June 2016 from 0.7 percent in June last year. Jahja, however, saw the trend of NPL hike would weaken.

"The NPL is indeed predicted to rise until September but the rise will not be drastic and may have a tendency of slowing seeing the start of improvement in the economy," he underlined.

To anticipate problem credits, the BCA has set up an additional reserve fund worth Rp2 trillion. In June, the ratio of the reserve to total problem credits reached 193 percent. The BCAs liquidity condition seemed to be easing continuously. Although the credit growth reached double digits, the ratio of funds to lending (LFR) was recorded at only 77.9 percent.

The LFR position was still below the central banks existing standard, which is at 78 to 92 percent. The newest standard is at 80-92 percent. In the first half of this year, the BCA collected Rp490.6 trillion in third-party funds, reflecting a growth of 7.8 percent.

With the credit achievement and the third party funds, BCA assets in the period were recorded at Rp626.1 trillion. (Ant)

Tag: PT Bank Central Asia Tbk (BCA), Jahja Setiaatmadja

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Editor: Cahyo Prayogo

Foto: Fajar Sulaiman

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Ringkasan BEI

No Name Today Change Stock
1 Composite Index 5929.549 19.019 564
2 Agriculture 1754.087 -2.560 18
3 Mining 1527.878 5.182 45
4 Basic Industry and Chemicals 634.942 2.086 68
5 Miscellanous Industry 1351.937 10.222 43
6 Consumer Goods 2506.331 7.379 45
7 Cons., Property & Real Estate 504.424 4.833 65
8 Infrastruc., Utility & Trans. 1160.979 7.471 59
9 Finance 1030.441 4.914 90
10 Trade & Service 913.092 -9.075 131
No Code Prev Close Change %
1 ZINC 462 575 113 24.46
2 AKSI 442 545 103 23.30
3 BACA 193 220 27 13.99
4 TRAM 135 152 17 12.59
5 WTON 575 635 60 10.43
6 NIPS 428 470 42 9.81
7 GPRA 143 157 14 9.79
8 BPFI 450 490 40 8.89
9 DSFI 119 129 10 8.40
10 BRAM 7,200 7,775 575 7.99
No Code Prev Close Change %
1 TRUS 195 127 -68 -34.87
2 HOME 272 214 -58 -21.32
3 TIFA 244 197 -47 -19.26
4 HDTX 478 390 -88 -18.41
5 BIRD 4,700 4,260 -440 -9.36
6 APII 254 234 -20 -7.87
7 MPPA 635 585 -50 -7.87
8 ADMG 224 208 -16 -7.14
9 BUVA 560 525 -35 -6.25
10 JGLE 133 125 -8 -6.02
No Code Prev Close Change %
1 HOME 272 214 -58 -21.32
2 TRAM 135 152 17 12.59
3 BUMI 204 212 8 3.92
4 TIFA 244 197 -47 -19.26
5 TLKM 4,210 4,270 60 1.43
6 PBRX 500 500 0 0.00
7 WIKA 1,810 1,900 90 4.97
8 BBCA 20,325 20,350 25 0.12
9 PGAS 1,660 1,680 20 1.20
10 SRIL 390 388 -2 -0.51