BNI Suluttenggomalat picks up the ball to increase low-cost funds

Manado ( – PT Bank Negara Indonesia (Persero) Tbk Regional Office 11 North Sulawesi picked up the ball to increase low-cost funds in 2023.

“We are involved in educating the public to be fond of saving. BNI has a variety of savings products, from early childhood to retirement savings,” said the Head of BNI Region 11, North Sulawesi, Lodewyck ZS Pattihahuan, in Manado, Tuesday.

He said saving is an investment instrument for the future.

Thus, BNI comes to schools and even community organizations or social media to educate people to like saving.

“We are boosting low-cost funds, namely savings and demand deposits to keep bank liquidity well maintained,” he said.

He said third party funds (DPK) of BNI Suluttenggomalut in the first quarter of 2023 were still supported by low-cost funds, namely the type of current accounts rose 28 percent to IDR 2 trillion and the type of savings 7.7 percent.

“We will focus more on low-cost funds, in order to optimize profit, to engage in lower-cost businesses,” he explained.

PT Bank Negara Indonesia (Persero) Tbk Regional Office 11 North Sulawesi continues to prepare for operations to be able to take advantage of the momentum of growth in transactions and public consumption during the Ramadan and Eid 2023 periods.

For this reason, BNI Regional Office 11 provides banking services by operating 66 outlets, including non-stop digital services, including DigiCS machines for account opening services and ATM/CRM machines for cash withdrawals/deposits.

BNI has prepared several outlets for limited operations and BNI Agent 46 which is ready to support BNI in serving customer transactions.

In addition, BNI ensures that public access to BNI’s digital banking services also continues to optimally serve customer transactions.

Reporter: Nancy Lynda Tigauw
Editor: Guido Merung


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