Jakarta - Wednesday, May 30, 2012, PT Bank Tabungan Pensiunan Nasional Tbk (BTPN) launched BTPN Purna Bakti (pensioner) at Balai Kartini, Jakarta, which was attended by the Board of Directors and Commissioners of the Bank as well as its business partners. BTPN Purna Bakti is a new brand for the Pension Business, which has been managed by the Bank since 1958. Now, the Bank has developed and specifically designed this program to address the needs of customers who are retirees or will be entering retirement.
"Doing this business for more than 54 years, has made serving and empowering pensioners a calling for all employees of the Bank. We look at pensioners as special individuals who have worked, dedicated and served this nation for decades. On this basis, BTPN purna bakti was established as evidence of BTPN’s deep respect and appreciation of the military personnel and civil servants who have and will enter retirement across Indonesia, "said Deputy President Director, Ongki W. Dana.
Ongki said that BTPN Purna Bakti provides branch offices that are safe and convenient for customers, who in majority are in senior age, and has free medical check-up facilities as well as religious facilities. In addition, BTPN Purna Bakti customers can also enjoy and benefited from the Daya Program, which is the Bank’s sustainable and measurable empowerment program to improve the quality of healthcare and improve the entrepreneurial capabilities of its customers.
"Fundamental changes that have come about with the formal opening of the new brand BTPN Purna Bakti is a paradigm shift, attitude and ability of the Bank's employees to provide the best services and benefits to the pensioners. This is our commitment to the BTPN Purna Bakti customers, "said Ongki.
"Through BTPN Purna Bakti, we are improving our services to customers and assist pensioners in fulfilling their dream to fill their life in a healthy, prosperous, happy and positive way. At the same time, the Bank would like to meet our vision to become the best mass market bank and making a difference the lives of millions of Indonesians, "said Ongki.a