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Bank Mandiri mitigates liquidity risk exposure through implementation of crisis management unit
Through establishment of its own business command centre, Bank Mandiri has managed to maintained its US dollar LDR limit at a satisfactory level.

Jan 07, 2013 | Foo Boon Ping

With assets of more than $60 billion, Bank Mandiri is Indonesia’s largest bank. It has an extensive network that comprises some 1,170 retail branches, 6,496 ATM machines and 1,480 micro banking outlets serving 9.5 million account holders throughout Indonesia. The past year has seen tremendous growth across many segments of the bank’s business and operations. In priority banking, it expanded its network to a total of 47 priority banking outlets and 60 priority lounges. Its treasury and financial institution business recorded $42.1 billion in FX transactions with customers and interbank…

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Categories: Indonesia, Operational Risk, Risk and Regulation
Keywords: Bank Mandiri, Liquidity Risk, BCC, ERM, LDR
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