BBRI - PT. Bank Rakyat Indonesia (Persero) Tbk

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JAKARTA - PT Bank Rakyat Indonesia (Persero) Tbk (BBRI) scored profit growth of 17.54% year-on-year (yoy) to IDR 61.05 trillion in 2023 from IDR 51.17 trillion seen in 2022. This achievement is made possible due to increases in interest and premium income, as well as gold sales.

The 2023 Financial Report quoted Wednesday (7/2), this issuer booked net interest and sharia income of IDR 135.8 trillion, up from IDR 124.59 trillion. Before the deduction of interest expenses, the gross interest and sharia income were recorded at IDR 166.05 trillion and IDR 12.94 trillion. Meanwhile, in 2022, the issuer scored interest and sharia income of IDR 141.75 trillion and IDR 10.11 trillion.

The third-party funds (DPK) were seen at IDR 1.35 quadrillion, up IDR 51 trillion from the initial IDR 1.30 quadrillion. Current accounts were recorded at IDR 346.12 trillion, followed by saving accounts of IDR 527.94 trillion, and time deposit of IDR 484.25 trillion. For comparison, in 2022, BRI’s current accounts totalled IDR 349.75 trillion, while saving accounts clocked up to IDR 522.64 trillion, and time deposits reached IDR 435.48 trillion.

The distributed credits were recorded at IDR 1.11 quadrillion, increasing from IDR 990.95 trillion. Its total assets grew to IDR 1.99 quadrillion from IDR 1.86 quadrillion. (LK/ZH)