Jakarta, Friday, 26 August 2022 -- PT Bank Negara Indonesia (Persero) Tbk. or BNI (stock code: BBNI) continues to support government programs in the non-cash national movement in the community. This time BNI collaborates with the TNI to make it easier to pay for employee expenses for members of the TNI Headquarters organizational unit in a non-cash manner.
The agreement was marked by the signing of a Cooperation Agreement (PKS) by TNI Kapusku, Marshal of the Indonesian National Armed Forces, Danang Hadiwibowo with BNI Institutional Relations Director Sis Apik Wijayanto at Grha BNI Building, Jakarta, Thursday (25/8/2022).
Danang Conveyed TNI proactively seeks to provide more benefits to all members of TNI Headquarters organizational unit.
The agreement is in line with the leadership's policy in supporting the performance of TNI Headquarters institution by providing banking services that are effective, efficient and accountable in accordance with the development in the digital era," he said.
Sis Apik said that BNI is always ready to assist the financial management of Indonesian soldiers. In addition, this step is also an effort by BNI as a development agent to educate the financial management of members of TNI Headquarters organizational units, as well as improve their welfare in the form of savings.
"As a financial institution with seven decades of experience in the financial sector, BNI has various products and services that can simplify the financial management of TNI while facilitating the banking service needs of all TNI members and civil servants within the TNI," he added.
Sis Apik said that BNI also provides opportunities for soldiers who want to invest because one of the payment services provided by BNI is payroll payments and performance allowances which can be used as a condition or guarantee for obtaining investment loans, including home ownership loans.
"TNI members can also take advantage of various e-channels, especially BNI mobile banking, to carry out various transactions easily, such as buying credit, electricity, tickets and other transactions," he said.