JAKARTA - PT BFI Finance Tbk (BFIN) distributed Rp 17.47 trillion of loans in 2018, higher than in 2017 (Rp 15.58 trillion). Its revenue was recorded at Rp 5 trillion, increased from Rp 4.04 trillion, and the profit was recorded at Rp 1.46 trillion, grew from Rp 1.18 trillion gained last year.
As cited from the company's financial statement in 2018, the company's finance receivables consisted of the finance lease of Rp 11.37 trillion, consumer financing of Rp 5.92 trillion, ijarah receivables of Rp 104 million, and other receivables of Rp 198 billion. The company's revenue consisted of finance lease (Rp 2.87 trillion), followed by consumer financing (Rp 2.02 trillion), sharia financing (Rp 529 million from Rp 20.21 billion), and others (Rp 104.35 billion).
In 2018, the largest amount of financing were distributed to Java (Rp 2.70 trillion), while for regions outside Java, such as Kalimantan, it contributed Rp 525 billion, followed by Sumatera (Rp 949.55 billion), Sulawesi (Rp 785.24 billion), and others (Rp 51.54 billion). In 2017, the Java contributed Rp 2.12 trillion, Kalimantan contributed Rp 435.27 billion, followed by Sumatera (Rp 753.14 billion), Sulawesi (Rp 680.46 billion), and others (Rp 44.54 billion). (LK/AR)