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Dima Djani

Alami looks to tap into Indonesia's Islamic savings boom

October 26, 2022

As appetite for sharia-compliant banking services in Indonesia grows, Alami Sharia chief executive Dima Djani speaks about how the country's Islamic banking sector differs from that of Malaysia and the Middle East.

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Indonesian regulator sets a higher bar for P2P lenders

September 7, 2022

Financial services authority OJK moves to control the booming peer-to-peer market, creating stumbling blocks for newcomers.

Indonesia’s banks stage solid recovery

July 4, 2022

After a difficult year in the 2021 Top 1000 ranking, many Indonesian banks have improved their positions in 2022.

NPLs rising at Indonesian banks amid pandemic

September 30, 2021

Bank Negara Indonesia saw its non-performing loan ratio increase from 2.3% in 2019 to 4.2% last year.

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A difficult year for Indonesia’s banks

September 1, 2021

Indonesia’s biggest banks have slipped down the Top 1000 ranking, though some have grown their Tier 1 capital. 

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Islamic finance in Indonesia at a tipping point

May 12, 2021

Sharia-compliant lending made up 7% of Indonesia’s banking industry last year, but new initiatives should boost the sector.

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Indonesia's agritechs provide vision of a sustainable recovery

January 28, 2021

Companies are using technology to improve the agriculture supply chain through the promotion of sustainable practices.

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Indonesia CBG seeks digital route to increasing GDP growth

September 2, 2019

Indonesia’s central bank governor predicts a bright future for the country on the back of solid monetary policies and increased infrastructure expenditure. 

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All eyes on Indonesia as Asia's banks look to strike

February 1, 2019

Indonesia’s banks are in a strong position, enjoying the steady GDP growth and high levels of liquidity. Despite some potential hurdles, international banks are including the country in their expansion plans. Kimberley Long reports.

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Bambang Brodjonegor: Indonesia has eyes fixed on poverty reduction

January 2, 2019

Indonesia is contending with natural disasters, investors de-risking and general election uncertainty. But the government will not shrink from its aim of poverty reduction, minister for national development planning Bambang Brodjonegor tells Adrienne Klasa. 

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