Bank Mandiri, headquartered in Jakarta, is the largest bank in Indonesia in term of assets, loans and deposits. Total assets as of Q3 2012 were IDR 588.4 trillion (or USD 59.8 billion). It also has Capital Adequacy Ratio (CAR) of 16,08% (including market risk), Return on Asset (RoA) of 3.45%, and Return on Equity (RoE) of 22.18%. As of September 2012, Bank Mandiri is the first largest bank in Indonesia by total assets.
By September 2012, the bank had 1733 branches spread across three different time zones in the Indonesian archipelago and six branches abroad, about 11.000 Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs), and six principal subsidiaries: Bank Syariah Mandiri, Mandiri Sekuritas, Mandiri Tunas Finance, AXA Mandiri Financial Services, Bank Sinar Harapan Bali, and Mandiri AXA General Insurance.
Bank Mandiri is the result of the merger made by Indonesian Government from four older government-owned banks that had failed in 1998. Those four banks were Bank Bumi Daya (BBD), Bank Dagang Negara (BDN), Bank Expor Impor (Exim), and Bank Pembangunan Indonesia (Bapindo). During the amalgamation and reorganization, the government reduced the number of branches by 194 and the number of personnel from 26,600 to 17,620.
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Mandiri Securities, a subsidiary of state-owned Mandiri Bank, has been appointed the lead adviser, but it has already farmed out most of those responsibilities to New York-based Guggenheim Securities (finance), Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton (legal) and the Singapore office of McKinsey (business).
The pace was stronger than the 6.57% growth expected in a Reuters survey of analysts, and the highest since the October-December quarter of 2004, according to Bank Mandiri data ... “This inevitably will adversely impact the recovery progress,” Bank Mandiri’s economist Faisal Rachman said.