BBHI - PT. Allo Bank Indonesia Tbk

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JAKARTA - PT Mega Corpora (MC) was projected to own 90.59% of shares in PT Bank Harda Internasional Tbk (BBHI), after the acquisition of 73.71% shares of PT Hakimputera Perkasa (HPP) approved by the Financial Services Authority (OJK). This was conveyed by Yohanes, the Director of BBHI, in an information disclosure quoted on Tuesday (9/3).

He said that if OJK approved the plan, then MC would inject additional capital through the BBHI rights issue. "In the Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders on January 29, 2021, it was decided that Mega Corpora's takeover, of all HPP shares, would be effective after OJK's approval," explained Yohanes..

According to him, currently MC was submitting a request to OJK to become the holding company of BBHI. Afterward, as a bank under the Bank Business Group (KUB) of MC, the minimum core capital that BBHI must meet is IDR 1 trillion.

Currently, BBHI has registered an authorised capital of IDR 1 trillion, issued and paid-up capital of IDR 418.44 billion. After taking over 73.71% of HPP shares, the ownership structure of BBHI, in the first quarter of 2021, consisted of MC IDR 308.44 billion and the public IDR 109.99 billion (26.29%).

In the second quarter of 2021, BBHI projected its basic capital to increase to IDR 3 trillion, and issued and paid-up capital of IDR 1.168 trillion, with MC's ownership structure of IDR 1.05 trillion (90.59%) and the public IDR 109.99 billion (9.41%). (LK/VA)