Monday, January 26, 2009

Kredit Pemilikan Rumah ( KPR BRI )

A. Terms and Conditions

B. Requirements Document

C. Home's Documents

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

BRI Program : Untung Beliung BRITAMA

With the continued increase savings balance BRI Britama, your points to win many times continue to increase.

Customers can follow the sweepstakes Untung Beliung BRITAMA must meet the requirements as follows:

1. Minimum balance:
  • Rp 1 million for the regional sweepstakes a cash Rp 20 Million
  • Rp 5 million for the national sweepstakes a car All New Nissan X-trail
  • Rp 50 million for the Grand Prize sweepstakes a car Range Rover Sport

2 . Accounts Savings Bank Rakyat Indonesia BRITAMA must remain active until the sweepstakes

Acquisition points are calculated based on the sweepstakes average balance on each end of the period:
  • Average weekly balance each multiplier Rp 1 million to obtain the 1 point regional sweepstakes money Rp 20 Million
  • The average weekly balance each multiplier Rp 2 million to obtain the 1 point regular national sweepstakes car All New Nissan X-Trail
  • The average monthly balance each multiplier Rp 25 million to obtain the 1 point sweepstakes grand prize a car Range Rover Sport

Implementation of the:
  • Weekly for sweepstakes conducted regional for prize cash of Rp 20 Million
  • Weekly for sweepstakes conducted regular national prize for car Nisan All New X-trail
  • Done at the end of the sweepstakes period (March 2009) for the Grand Prize a car Range Rover Sport
The Prizes
  • Cash reward Rp 20 million to 680 winners
  • Gifts car All New Nissan X-Trail for 120 winners
  • Grand Prize Prize Range Rover Sport

Sweepstakes period: up to 16 March 2009

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Tabungan Bank Rakyat Indonesia " BRITAMA "

Tabungan Bank Rakyat Indonesia "BRITAMA"

Adalah Tabungan BRI yang penyetoran dan pengambilannya tidak dibatasi baik frekuensi maupun jumlahnya selama saldo mencukupi

Ketentuan dan Syarat Tabungan BRI BRITAMA

Setoran Awal Rp. 200.000,-
Setoran Selanjutnya

TunaiRp. 10.000,-

Saldo Minimal Rp. 50.000,-
Biaya Administrasi Bulanan Rp. 8.000,-
Biaya Administrasi Bulanan BRI Card


GoldRp. 3.000,-

PlatinumRp. 7.500,-
Biaya Penutupan Rekening Rp. 10.000,-
Rekening Pasif Rp. 25.000,-
Maksimal Transaksi Antar Cabang Per Hari Rp. 100.000.000,-

Fasilitas Tabungan BRI BRITAMA

  1. Real Time Online

  2. Gratis Fasilitas Asuransi Kecelakaan Diri

  3. Fasilitas Standing Instruction

  4. Undian Berhadiah Miliaran Rupiah

  5. Aksesibilitas BRI Card

  6. Transaksi phone Banking BRI

  7. Transaksi Mobile Banking BRI

Sunday, January 11, 2009

Bank Rakyat Indonesia

Bank Rakyat Indonesia or PT. Bank Rakyat Indonesia (Persero) (BRI), (tr. People's Bank of Indonesia), is one of the larger banks in Indonesia. It specialises in small scale and microfinance style borrowing from and lending to its approximately 30 million retail clients through its over 4,000 branches, units and rural service posts. It also has a comparatively small, but growing, corporate business.

It is currently 70% government owned operating company (Persero) and has been government owned for the entire period since the war of independence (1945 to 1949) to November 2003, when 30% of its shares were sold through an IPO.


BRI was founded in 1895, during the Dutch colonial period as "De Poerwokertosche Hulp en Spaarbank der Inlandsche Hoofden", by Raden Aria Wirjaatmadja. It then underwent its first (of many) name changes to "Hulp-en Spaarbank der Inlandsche Bestuurs Ambtenaren" (tr. Aid and Savings Bank for Local Civil Servants).

Going through several name changes, its final name during the colonial period was "Algemene Volkscredietbank (AVB)", or People's General Credit Bank, in 1934. This translates loosely into Indonesian as "Bank Rakyat Serikat". At this point it was one of the largest institutions in the (then) colony.

The bank's operations were affected by the Japanese occupation during the 1942 to 1945 period of World War II, including a further name change to "Shomin Ginkou" (tr. "People's Bank"). After the Indonesian declaration of independence, on 17 August 1945 the bank was officially nationalised by the new government and then re-named "Bank Rakyat Indonesia Serikat".

As a bank, wholly owned by the government, BRI's structure then largely followed government whim, which moved rapidly towards socialism under President Sukarno and then to state authoritarianism under President Suharto. This involved being folded into, and then out of, Bank Indonesia (now the central bank of Indonesia). BRI gained its current name and status in 1992.

BRI was nearly unique in Indonesia in the East Asian financial crisis of 1997, in that its operations were largely unaffected. This was because it had very little, if any, lending in foreign currencies or to the large corporations that had been borrowing heavily overseas, as most of the other large Indonesian banks had.

Since then BRI has been concentrating on increasing its core business and improving its risk management practices. As part of the reformasi (reform) process in Indonesia since 1998, the government has been steadily reducing its influence on the Bank's day to day operations, culminating in its IPO. It is also seeking to comply with the Basel II accords, as mandated by Bank Indonesia, by 2008.

Quote : wikipedia


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