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List of banks in Indonesia

This is a list of major banks in Indonesia. There are 120 commercial banks in Indonesia (4 state owned banks and 117 private banks). Two of the state owned banks have Islamic banking units. Of the 26 government regional banks, 15 have Islamic banking units, while of 86 private national banks, 7 have Islamic banking unit, and there are five Islamic commercial banks.[1]


  • Performance of Indonesian banks 1
  • Central Bank 2
  • Commercial banks 3
    • State-owned banks (Bank BUMN) 3.1
    • Private banks 3.2
    • Foreign exchange banks 3.3
      • Non-foreign exchange banks 3.3.1
    • Regional banks (BPD) 3.4
    • Joint venture banks 3.5
    • Foreign banks 3.6
  • Shariah/Islamic banks 4
  • Representative offices in Jakarta 5
    • Australia 5.1
    • Belgium 5.2
    • France 5.3
    • Germany 5.4
    • India 5.5
    • Japan 5.6
    • Netherlands 5.7
    • Singapore 5.8
    • Switzerland 5.9
    • Taiwan 5.10
    • United States 5.11
  • Others 6
  • Defunct Banks 7
  • See also 8
  • References 9
  • External links 10

Performance of Indonesian banks

  1. Bank Mandiri Rp 798,19 trillion
  2. Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI) Rp 705,29 trillion
  3. Bank Central Asia (BCA) Rp 537,21 trillion
  4. Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI) Rp 408,05 trillion
  5. Bank CIMB Niaga Rp 227,73 trillion
  6. Bank Danamon Rp 194,37 trillion
  7. Bank Permata Rp 185,37 trillion
  8. Bank Panin Rp 172,65 trillion
  9. Bank Internasional Indonesia (BII) Rp 144,37 trillion
  10. Bank Tabungan Negara (BTN) Rp 142,43 trillion


Central Bank

Commercial banks

State-owned banks (Bank BUMN)

Note: PT Bank Ekspor Indonesia (Persero) officially ended its operation September 2009 [4]

Private banks

Foreign exchange banks

  • PT Bank ANZ Indonesia, formerly PT ANZ Panin Bank,[5] PT PAN Indonesia Bank Tbk. (Panin Bank)
  • PT Bank Agroniaga Tbk.
  • PT Bank Antardaerah (Bank Antardaerah)
  • PT Bank Artha Graha Internasional Tbk. (BAG)
  • PT Bank Bukopin Tbk.# (Bank Bukopin)
  • PT Bank Bumi Arta Tbk. (BBA)
  • Bank Central Asia
  • PT Bank CIMB NIAGA Tbk.# (Bank CIMB Niaga), merged with Lippo Bank on 2008
  • PT Bank Danamon Indonesia Tbk# Danamon
  • PT Bank Ekonomi Raharja Tbk. (Bank Ekonomi)
  • PT Bank Ganesha
  • PT Bank Hana
  • PT Bank Himpunan Saudara 1906 Tbk. (Bank Saudara)
  • PT Bank ICB Bumiputera (Bank ICB Bumiputera)
  • PT Bank ICBC Indonesia
  • PT Bank Index Selindo [1]
  • PT Bank Internasional Indonesia Tbk# (BII)
  • PT Bank Kesawan Tbk. (Bank Kesawan)
  • PT Bank Maspion Indonesia (Bank Maspion)
  • PT Bank Mayapada Internasional Tbk. (Bank Mayapada)
  • PT Bank Mega Tbk. [2]
  • PT Bank Mestika Dharma
  • PT Bank Metro Express
  • PT Bank Muamalat Indonesia Tbk.+ [3]
  • PT Bank Mutiara Tbk., formerly known as PT Bank Century Tbk. (Mutiara Bank)
  • PT Bank Nusantara Parahyangan Tbk.
  • PT Bank OCBC NISP Tbk. (Bank OCBC NISP)
  • PT Bank Permata Tbk.# (Bank Permata)
  • PT Bank Pundi (Bank Pundi)
  • PT Bank Sinarmas [4]
  • PT Bank Swadesi Tbk. (Bank Swadesi)
  • PT Bank Syariah Mandiri+ (Bank Syariah Mandiri)[6]
  • PT Bank Syariah Mega Indonesia+ (Bank Mega Syariah)[7]
  • PT Bank UOB Indonesia (UOB Indonesia)


  • + is shariah banks.
  • # have Islamic banking unit.

Non-foreign exchange banks

  • PT Anglomas Internasional Bank[3]
  • PT Bank Andara, formerly known as Bank Sri Partha (Bank Andara)[3][8]
  • PT Bank Artos Indonesia
  • PT Bank Barclays Indonesia, formerly known as Bank Akita[3][9]
  • PT Bank Bisnis Internasional[3]
  • PT Bank BRI Syariah+ (BRI Syariah)[3]
  • PT Bank Dipo International (Bank Dipo)[3][10]
  • PT Bank Eksekutif Internasional (Bank Eksekutif)[3][11]
  • PT Bank Fama Internasional[3]
  • PT Bank Harda Internasional (Bank Harda)[3]
  • PT Bank Harfa[3]
  • PT Bank Ina Perdana[3]
  • PT Bank Jasa Jakarta (Bank Jasa Jakarta/BJJ)[3][12]
  • PT Bank Kesejahteraan Ekonomi (Bank Kesejahteraan)[3][13]
  • PT Bank Mayora[3]
  • PT Bank Mitraniaga[3]
  • PT Bank Multi Arta Sentosa[3]
  • PT Bank Pundi Indonesia, formerly known as Bank Eksekutif Internasional [5]
  • PT Bank Royal Indonesia [3]
  • PT Bank Sahabat Purba Danarta[3]
  • PT Bank SBI Indonesia, formerly known as Bank Indomonex (Bank SBI Indonesia)[3][14]
  • PT Bank Sinar Harapan Bali (Bank Sinar Harapan Bali)[3]
  • PT Bank Swaguna (Bank Swaguna)[3][15]
  • PT Bank Syariah Bukopin+, formerly known as PT Bank Persyarikatan (Bank Syariah Bukopin)[3][16]
  • PT Bank Tabungan Pensiunan Nasional Tbk. (Bank BTPN)[3][17]
  • PT Bank UIB[3]
  • PT Bank Victoria International Tbk. (Bank Victoria)[3][18]
  • PT Bank Yudha Bhakti [3]
  • PT Centratama Nasional Bank[3]
  • PT Liman International Bank[3]
  • PT Nationalnobu[3]
  • PT Prima Master Bank [3]


  • + is shariah banks.
  • # have Islamic banking unit.

Regional banks (BPD)

  • BPD Kalimantan Selatan# (Bank BPD Kalsel)[3][19]
  • BPD Kalimantan Timur (Bank Kaltim)[3]
  • BPD Sulawesi Tenggara (Bank BPD Sultra)[3][20]
  • BPD Yogyakarta (Bank BPD DIY)[3][21]
  • PT Bank DKI# (Bank DKI)[3][22]
  • PT Bank Lampung (Bank Lampung)[3][23]
  • PT Bank Kalteng (Bank Kalteng)[3][24]
  • PT BPD Aceh#[3]
  • PT BPD Jambi (Bank Jambi)[3][25]
  • PT BPD Sulawesi Selatan (Bank Sulsel)[3][26]
  • PT BPD Sumatera Barat (Bank Nagari)[3][27]
  • PT BPD Jawa Barat dan Banten# (Bank Jabar Banten)[3][28]
  • PT BPD Kalimantan Barat#[3]
  • PT BPD Maluku[3]
  • PT BPD Bengkulu (Bank Bengkulu)[3]
  • PT BPD Jawa Tengah (Bank Jateng)[3]
  • PT BPD Jawa Timur (Bank Jatim)[3]
  • PT BPD Nusa Tenggara Barat (Bank NTB)#[3]
  • PT BPD Nusa Tenggara Timur (Bank NTT)[3]
  • PT BPD Sulawesi Tengah (Bank Sultra)[3]
  • PT BPD Sulawesi Utara (Bank Sulut)[3]
  • PT BPD Bali (BPD Bali)[3]
  • PT BPD Papua, formerly known as BPD Irian Jaya (Bank Papua)[3]
  • PT BPD Riau# (Bank Riau)[3]
  • PT BPD Sumatera Selatan# (Bank Sumsel)[3]
  • PT BPD Sumatera Utara# (Bank Sumut)[3]

Note: # have Islamic banking unit.

Joint venture banks

  • PT ANZ Panin Bank (ANZ Indonesia)[3][29]
  • PT Bank Commonwealth (Commonwealth Bank)[3]
  • PT Bank Agris, before known as PT Bank Finconesia [3]
  • PT Bank BNP Paribas Indonesia (BNP Paribas Indonesia)[3][30]
  • PT Bank Capital Indonesia Tbk.[3]
  • PT Bank DBS Indonesia (DBS Indonesia)[3][31]
  • PT Bank KEB Indonesia (Bank KEB Indonesia)[3][32]
  • PT Bank Maybank Indocorp (Maybank Indonesia)[3][33]
  • PT Bank Mizuho Indonesia (Bank Mizuho Indonesia)[3][34]
  • PT Bank OCBC Indonesia (Bank OCBC Indonesia)[3][35][36]
  • PT Bank Rabobank International Indonesia (Rabobank Indonesia)[3][37]
  • PT Bank Resona Perdania (Bank Resona Perdania)[3][38]
  • PT Bank UOB Indonesia [3][39]
  • PT Bank Windu Kentjana International Tbk., formerly known as PT Bank Multicor Tbk [3][40]
  • PT Bank Woori Indonesia [3][41]
  • PT Bank Chinatrust Indonesia (Bank Chinatrust Indonesia)[3]
  • PT Bank Sumitomo Mitsui Indonesia [3][42]

Foreign banks

Note: # have Islamic banking unit.

Shariah/Islamic banks

According to the Islamic Banking Statistics for October 2011.[43] 11 full-fledged Islamic banks work at Indonesia. At the same time Indonesia has 23 Islamic banking unit, and 160 Islamic rural banks.[44]

List of full-fledged Islamic banks

  1. PT Bank syariah Muamalat Indonesia
  2. PT Bank syariah mandiri
  3. PT Mega Bank Syariah
  4. PT Bank syariah BRI
  5. PT Bank Syariah Bukopin
  6. PT panin bank syariah
  7. PT bank victoria syariah
  8. PT BCA syariah
  9. PT Bank Jabar dan Banten
  10. PT Bank syariah BNI
  11. PT Maybank Indonesia syariah

Note: the abbreviation (PT) means Limited Liabilities Company.[45]

Representative offices in Jakarta



  • Fortis Bank[46]


  • BNP Paribas[46]
  • Caylon Corp and Inv Bank[46]
  • Natixis[46]
  • Banque Societe Generale Indonesia[46]


  • Landesbank Badenwurttemberg[46]
  • Dresdner Bank AG[46]
  • Commerzbank AG[46]



  • Japan Bank for International Cooperation[46]
  • The Sumitomo Trust & Banking Co. Ltd[46]


  • ING Bank NV[46]
  • NV De Indonesische Overzeese Bank[46]



  • EFG Bank[46]
  • UBS AG Jakarta Representative Office[46]


  • The Exim Bank of Republic of China[46]

United States

  • Bank of New York[46]
  • Wachovia Bank N.A.[46]


Defunct Banks

  • PT Bank IFI (Bank IFI)[47]
  • PT Bank Lippo,Tbk.(Lippo Bank)

See also


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  43. ^ Statistik Perbankan Syariah (Islamic Banking Statistics), October 2011, Page (2) .
  44. ^ Edy Setiadi (Executive Director, Islamic Banking Department, Bank Indonesia), "Indonesia’s Islamic Banking & Finance Development and Role Of Sovereign Sukuk" IIFM Industry Seminar on Islamic Capital and Money Market, Bahrain, 3 December 2013. Page 3
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External links

  • Bank Indonesia website
  • Regional Banks Association (Asbanda)
  • Indonesian Banks Association (Perbanas)
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