JAKARTA: PT Bank Mutiara Tbk is eyeing IDR1.3 trillion (US$0.14 billion based on IDR9,268/US$) consumer credit growth to reach IDR4.7 trillion this year. The figure is bigger than last year at IDR3.3 trillion.
Such positive indication of consumer credit is driven by hike in QI to IDR3.4 trillion, rose 53% than IDR2.2 trillion on the same period last year, said Bank Mutiara President Director Maryono.
“We conduct credit expansion through multifinance which contributes 87% of Bank Mutiara’s total consumer credit. The rest are from mortgage (KPR) and loan without collateral (KTA),” he said today during a meeting with 29 financing companies.
The company credit from multifinance in QI/2012 noted at IDR2.9 trillion of this year target at IDR3.2 trillion. Contribution from KPR and KTA will be increased to 50%.
“We estimate KPR in 2012 will increase to IDR950 billion while KTA to reach IDR350 billion through managing pension customers and payroll.” (T05/aph)
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