Bank DKI plans to open a branch in Surabaya this month, according to its president director Eko Budiwiyono.
This would become the bank’s first branch outside Jakarta.
“Surabaya is the second-largest city after Jakarta. We would like to attract new customers, especially businesspeople, as well as to cater to current clients living in Surabaya,” said Eko.
Bank DKI plans to open 30 new branches by the end of this year, including in Bandung, West Java; Medan, North Sumatra and Surakarta, Central Java. It currently operates 208 offices and branches.
The bank will also establish 50 micro-credit outlets to target micro business entrepreneurs at various Jakarta markets this year to boost income. The first outlet will open in September.
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