BBCA - PT. Bank Central Asia Tbk

Rp 9.825

-50 (-0,51%)

JAKARTA - PT Bank Central Asia Tbk (BBCA) and PT Bank Rakyat Indonesia (Persero) Tbk (BBRI) are in tight competition. From the aspect of market capitalization (market cap), BBCA is in the top place, but in terms of credit distribution, BRI is the winner.

From the data compiled by on Thursday (9/2), BCA recorded a market cap of IDR 1.04 quadrillion or 10.98% of the total market cap in 2022 of IDR 9.49 quadrillion. Meanwhile, BRI is in the runner-up position with a market cap of IDR 741.21 quadrillion or equivalent to 7.80% of the total market cap.

As of 2022, BBCA's total assets are recorded at IDR 1.31 quadrillion. Interest and sharia income collected IDR 63.98 trillion, up 13.99% from 2021 of IDR 56.13 trillion. The net profit of this bank owned by the Hartono family grew 29.62% to IDR 40.75 trillion from IDR 31.44 trillion.

Total third party funds (DPK) collected IDR 1.04 quadrillion, up 6.5% from IDR 975.9 trillion. Total loans distributed by BCA amounted to IDR 711.3 trillion, up from IDR 637 trillion.

For BRI, throughout 2022 this state-owned bank has accumulated assets of IDR 1.86 quadrillion. Interest and sharia income was recorded at IDR 151.87 trillion, up 5.81% from IDR 143.52 trillion in 2021. Net profit was IDR 51.40 trillion, growing 67.15% from IDR 30.75 trillion.

This bank collected deposits of IDR 1.30 quadrillion, up 14.85% from IDR 1.13 quadrillion. Loans extended to its customers amounted to IDR 990.95 trillion, growing 8.94% from IDR 909.58 trillion. (LK/LM)