30 JANUARY 2020
MNC Bank signs agreement with Koperasi Nusantara
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JAKARTA - PT Bank MNC Internasional Tbk once again strengthened cooperation with the Nusantara Savings and Loan Cooperatives (Kopnus) in lending. This is an effort of the company to encourage the performance of lending in 2020.
This cooperation was marked by the signing of a credit agreement made by Chief Consumer Business Officer of MNC Bank Rasmoro P Aji with Kopnus Rahmat Supervisor and Kopnus Chairperson Dedi Damhudi. The signing was also witnessed by MNC President Director Bank Mahdan and MNC Bank Group Implant Banking Head Aria Pratama.
Mahdan said, cooperation with cooperatives that have members of the retired civil servants, military and police, through the channeling scheme. MNC Bank provided a channeling ceiling of Rp 200 billion to Kopnus.
"This is the second cooperation after Rp50 billion previously. So this further strengthens the cooperation between MNC Bank and Kopnus, "he said at the MNC Finance Building, Jakarta, Thursday (30/1/2020).
He hopes the ceiling of Rp 200 billion provided by the company can be utilized by 2.6 million Kopnus members this year. So, through this cooperation, it is hoped that it can improve the living standards of Kopnus members, while still encouraging business performance on both sides.
"This cooperation will improve the performance of MNC Bank in terms of credit," he added.
The cooperation between the two parties has been established since 2007 with a total disbursement of Rp1.19 trillion, which was distributed to more than 39,000 pensioners who are members of Kopnus.
Kopnus Chairman Dedi Damhudi added, cooperation with MNC Bank was an opportunity to maximize cooperative-based financial solutions for each of its members. The term of the loan given to Kopnus members is 15 years and the age is 75 years.
So that in the future members called Kopnus friends, can live independently and well off despite retirement. "So this is beneficial for both parties. In terms of financing, banks provide loan facilities for pensioners, "he concluded.

This news has been published at mncupdate.com