29 February 2008


Jakarta (Admin). BTPN has finally received a statement from Bapepam (The Capital Market and Financial Institutions Supervisory Board) on Friday, 29th February 2008 regarding the registration for Initial Public Offering.


On behalf of the Ministry of Finance of Indonesia, Bapepam has issued an official letter No. S.1253/BL/2008 concerning the Notification of Effective Registration. With the Registration declared as effective, BTPN is now subject to Indonesian capital market regulations.


The offering period will begin on 3rd March until 5th March 2008, at the Public Offering Counter of Bank Permata - Thamrin Branch in Jakarta. The shares will be sold in lots of 500 shares, for an initial price of Rp 2,850. (FDT)

For further information please contact:


PT Bank BTPN Tbk
Andrie Darusman – Communications & Daya Head
Email: [email protected] or [email protected]


Bank BTPN in brief

PT Bank BTPN Tbk (Bank BTPN) is a foreign exchange bank and is a merger between PT Bank Tabungan Pensiunan Nasional Tbk (BTPN) and PT Bank Sumitomo Mitsui Indonesia (SMBCI) in February 2019. Bank BTPN serves various segments in the banking industry, from retail to corporate customers, including retirees, micro-, small- and medium-sized enterprises (MSME) and productive underprivileged communities; the consuming class segment; and the corporate segment. Bank BTPN provides the services through business units, such as BTPN Sinaya—a business unit for wealth management, BTPN Purna Bakti—a business serving retirees, BTPN Micro Business—a business unit serving microbusinesses, BTPN Business Banking—a business serving small- and medium-sized enterprises, Jenius—a digital banking platform serving the consuming class segment, and the corporate business unit, which serves national, multinational, and Japanese companies. Bank BTPN also has a subsidiary, namely PT Bank BTPN Syariah Tbk, which focuses on serving productive underprivileged customers. Bank BTPN also regularly provides training sessions and information for customers through the Daya Program—a sustainable and measurable empowerment program—to improve customers’ capacity so they can grow and have a chance to live better.