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Indonesia’s Bank Raya, BRI unveil online loan facility for BRILink Agents

Agents can apply for the loan through the BRILink Mobile application.

Bank Raya, formerly known as Bank Agro, and PT Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI) have launched an online loan facility for BRILink Agents to access much-needed capital for their business operations.

Agents now only need to apply for the BRILink Agent loan facility on the BRILink Mobile application, and the funds will be disbursed into their operational account.

The facility is reportedly in line with BRI's aspiration to make BRI Agro a Digital Attacker from the BRI Group, said director of digital and information technology of BRI, Indra Utoyo.

“Through the loan facility, BRI will provide added value to BRILink Agents in serving the community according to its goal of being at the forefront of encouraging financial literacy and inclusion in Indonesia,” Utoyo said.

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