PT Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk


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Dec 8, 2017
Prev close: 7,475
Dec 8, 2017
Market cap:
Market cap(USD):
Shares: 46,666.7M

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Company profile

Market(Ticker): JKT(BMRI)
Regional Banks
Full time employees: 38,940

Business summary

PT Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk engages in providing general banking services. It operates through the following segments: Corporate; Commercial; Retail; Treasury and Markets; Head Office; Subsidiaries-Sharia; Subsidiaries-Insurance; and Subsidiary-Other Than Insurance and Sharia. The Corporate segment includes loans, deposits, and other transactions by corporate customers. The Commercial segment consists of loans, deposits, and other transactions by medium scale commercial and business banking customers. The Retail segment comprises of loans granted to business entities or individuals with micro-scale to small; and products or other services such as deposits, payment transactions, and other transactions belonging to micro and small customers. The Treasury and Markets segment offers treasury activities of the bank including foreign exchange, money market, and fixed income; and international banking, capital markets, and supervision of the foreign office. The Head Office segment manages the assets and liabilities of the group other than those managed by other operating segments. The Subsidiary-Sharia segment deals with all transactions conducted by subsidiary engaged in sharia banking. The Subsidiaries-Insurance segment covers all transactions conducted by subsidiaries engaged in life insurance, health insurance, and general insurance. The Subsidiary-Other Than Sharia and Insurance segment pertains all transactions subsidiaries engaged in consumer finance, remittance services, securities, and banking. The company was founded on October 2, 1998 and is headquartered in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Company background

Budi Sadikin is one of the strongest supporters of reform in Indonesia's banking industry. The CEO of the state-owned Bank Mandiri, who was formerly a manager at IBM's Tokyo headquarters, has been very vocal since financial regulators recently postponed Mandiri's acquisition plan of a smaller state-owned lender. He argues that Indonesia, which has 120 banks, should follow the path of Malaysia, which recently began a three-way merger to form the country's largest lender.

Sadikin's stance shows the power the government holds in decision making. While 40% of its shares are available to the public, Bank Mandiri, like many other state-owned enterprises, requires government approval for every proposal made at the bank's shareholders meetings.

Bank Mandiri was created in 1999 from the merger of four banks under a government restructuring effort after the Asian currency crisis. It went public in 2003 and is currently the country's largest bank by assets. It offers one-stop financial services, including brokerage services, asset management, insurance and Islamic finance.

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Financial highlights

Dec 2016

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Revenue 102,431.66B
Gross profit --
Operating income 18,406.77B
Income before tax 18,572.96B
Net income 13,806.56B
Diluted EPS 295.85
Dividends per share 133.13
Total assets 1,038.82T
Total liabilities 885,456.77B
Total equity 150,453.93B
Operating cash flow 45,608.65B

Currency in IDR

Revenue 7,701.39M
Gross profit --
Operating income 1,383.92M
Income before tax 1,396.42M
Net income 1,038.05M
Diluted EPS 0.02
Dividends per share 0.01
Total assets 77,107.18M
Total liabilities 65,723.27M
Total equity 11,167.48M
Operating cash flow 3,429.11M

Currency in USD

Valuation measures

Dec 2016

PER 19.56
ROA 1.41%
ROE 10.32%
Operating margin 17.96%
Profit margin 13.47%

Key executive

  • President Director & Chief Financial Officer: Kartika Wirjoatmodjo
  • Head-Operations: Ogi Prastomiyono
  • Chief Technology Officer: Joseph Georgino Godong
  • Director-Risk Management & Compliance: Ahmad Siddik Badruddin
  • Chief Audit Executive, SEVP & Head-Internal Audit: Mustaslimah

Share holders

  • Government of Indonesia(60%)
  • Harris Associates LP(3.5%)
  • The Vanguard Group, Inc.(1.3%)
  • Lazard Asset Management LLC(1.3%)
  • OppenheimerFunds, Inc.(1.1%)
  • PT Schroder Investment Management Indonesia(0.8%)
  • Norges Bank Investment Management(0.8%)
  • BlackRock Fund Advisors(0.7%)
  • Dimensional Fund Advisors LP(0.6%)
  • Schroder Investment Management Ltd.(0.4%)


  • Website:
  • Address: Plaza Mandiri, Jalan Jenderal Gatot Subroto, Jakarta, 12190, Indonesia
  • Phone: +62.21.526.5085

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