Capital Bank Ranks with Big in ASEAN
Major banks in Indonesia is still less than the capital and market capitalization than banks in Southeast Asia. Despite the defeat of two categories, the bank from Indonesia has the advantage and the most rapid growth in assets.
According to data Katadata, PT Bank Mandiri Tbk, which has the largest assets in the country is still in sixth Southeast Asia in terms of market capitalization. Meanwhile, PT Bank Central Asia Tbk was ranked fifth.
Largest bank by market capitalization in ASEAN held by DBS with U.S. $ 26.5 billion. Second, OCBC with capitalization of U.S. $ 24.2 billion.
UOB occupied the third rank with capitalization of U.S. $ 23.1 billion. The three big banks that are Singapore-based bank. While the fourth was occupied by a Malaysian bank, Maybank, with a capitalization of U.S. $ 21.4 billion.
If the market capitalization rate is not much different, with its competitors in ASEAN, but the capital of banks in Indonesia lagged far.
For the category of capital, Indonesia was ranked seventh, namely Bank Mandiri with a capital of U.S. $ 6.7 billion. DBS occupied the first rank with a capital of U.S. $ 26.3 billion.
OCBC ranked second at U.S. $ 20.2 billion, and UOB ranked third with U.S. $ 18.4 billion of capital. The next two Malaysian bank, Maybank and CIMB was ranked fourth and fifth respectively with a capital of U.S. $ 10.5 billion and U.S. $ 8.7 billion. Bank in Thailand, Bangkok Bank beat Indonesia in sixth place with a capital of U.S. $ 7.8 billion.
Although the market capitalization and bank capital in Indonesia is still less than bank competitors in ASEAN, Indonesia has the originating bank and the highest gain of the fastest growing asset. Return on equity of Bank Rakyat Indonesia recorded 34.9 percent, 28.4 percent of BCA, Bank Mandiri and 23.7 percent.
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