Financial Service Authority (OJK) stated maritime load distributed by national banks until the 3rd quarter of 2015 reaches a significant amount of IDR 4.41 trillion. The load distribution indicates the planned JARING (Jangkau, Sinergi, dan Guideline) Program has run well.
OJK Commissioner Council Chairman, Muliaman D. Hadad, said Jaring Program runs according to the plan as there are 5 additional banks participating in the program so, since the program’s launching in May, there are 13 banks in total.
“This is a good sign for the future of Jaring Program since it is appropriate with the government’s launching in May, there are 13 banks in total.
“This is a good sign for the future of Jaring Program since it is appropriate with the government’s objective,”Muliaman said in Jakarta last weekend.
Moreover, Muliaman continued, this program will be able to improve financial service players understandings toward maritime and fisheries business. Therefore, banking loan and financing to this sector keeps surging.
In early phase, there are 8 banks joining Programs namely PT Bank Negara Indonesia Tbk (BNI), PT Bank Rakyat Indonesia Tbk (BRI), PT Bank mandiri Tbk, PT Bank Tabungan Pensiunan Nasional, Tbk (BTPN), PT Bank Danamon Indonesia, Tbk, PT Bank Permata, Tbk, PT Bank Bukopin, Tbk, and PT BPD Sulselbar.
The 5 additional banks joining later are PT Bank Central Asia (BCA), Tbk, PT Bank Maybang Indonesia, Tbk, PT Bank CIMB Niaga Tbk, PT Bank Sinarmas Tbk, and PT BPD Jawa Timur Tbk.
OJK’s Deputy Commissioner for Banking Surveillance, Mulya E. Siregar, added new loan (gross) distribution realization to maritime and fisheries sector is 82.09 percent from the targeted 8 banks which have become partners earlier.
According to him, the 8 banks aggregate in OJK’s Jaring Program in 2015 was IDR 5.37 trillion. With the achievement until September, he continued, some banks achieved of surpassed the gross loan distribution target.
The total financing of 8 banks and Non-Bank Financial Industry (IKNB) consortium in maritime and fisheries sector in December 2014 was IDR 10.8 million. The commitment to improve financing for the sector in December 2015 is projected to have averagely 66.2 percent gross growth from December 2014 with up to IDR 7.2 trillion value.