Our archives on Bank Mandiri
Deposit gathering capacity primary concern for Indonesian banks
Date: Oct 16, 2013 | Author: ResearchProceedings report from The Asian Banker’s Indonesian Heads of Retail Banking Dialogue 2013, on the status of retail banking in Indonesia and most recent developments.
Have recent financial crises exacerbated the natural conservatism of Asian banks?
Date: Jan 08, 2013 | Author: Foo Boon PingMost banks have yet to embrace the necessary cultural and mind-set changes required to transform their respective risk management framework.
Bank Mandiri mitigates liquidity risk exposure through implementation of crisis management unit
Date: Jan 07, 2013 | Author: Foo Boon PingThrough establishment of its own business command centre, Bank Mandiri has managed to maintained its US dollar LDR limit at a satisfactory level.
Financial institutions urged to balance capital and risk management
Date: Oct 31, 2012 | Author: Esther TanWhile lauding the aim of the BCBS to strengthen capital standards for managing market risks, bankers are cautious about an overly prescriptive approach.
Has a new paradigm for business intelligence emerged?
Date: Oct 29, 2012 | Author: Carol WheatcroftVivek Subramanyam,CEO of iCreate discusses the organisation’s aim to create a new paradigm for business intelligence solution - “Business Intelligence in a Box”.
Indonesian banks' risk evaluation efforts to benefit from KDKE launch
Date: Oct 02, 2012 | Author: Levina LimSafeguard of information confidentiality key to securing Indonesian banks’ participation in Indonesia’s new data loss consortium.
Retail banking to remain key business driver for Indonesia
Date: Jun 28, 2012 | Author: Doron FooAs demand for banking services grow, Indonesia’s banking industry is expected to continue growing at a rapid pace in 2012, driven primarily by microfinancing and Islamic banking.
Prospect of microfinance remains strong in Indonesia
Date: Jul 05, 2011 | Author: ResearchIndonesia is expected to sustain significant growth as banks and other financial institutions tap into unbanked entrepreneurs that make up 60% of small businesses