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Bank Negara Indonesia

Established in 1946 as the first bank formed and owned by the Indonesia Government, BNI used to be called by its unabbreviated name of Bank Negara Indonesia. BNI legal status was upgraded in 1992 into a state-owned limited corporation with the name of PT Bank Negara Indonesia (Persero), while the Bank decision to become a public company was manifested through public offering of its shares in 1996.

BNI Tokyo began operating as a Representative Office on December 1, 1959 and in 1968 the status of a representative office was upgraded to Tokyo Branch Office. By changing the status of a Branch Office, Tokyo BNI can provide banking services and products. BNI maintains a strong presence in all major currency market by offers a comprehensive array of innovative products and consulting services to investors, corporates, and correspondent bank clients, ranging from basic foreign exchange to customized multi-currency hedging and yield-enhancing strategies.


In addition to serving the Company of Japan, Bank Negara Indonesia Tokyo also actively provide service to the citizen of Indonesia in Japan with remittances services to Indonesia. Remittances services can be accessed by all Indonesian who live in Japan. Bank Negara Indonesia Japan branch get the best products and services that are specially designed for your specific corporate needs. BNI offers a wide range of Loan, Savings, or even Treasury products and services, that provides maximum benefits to suit Your banking or corporate needs.

  Bank Negara Indonesia (Japan Branch)
Category : Foreign Banks

Address :
1st Flr, Kokusai Building
3-1-1, Marunouchi
Tokyo 100-0005

Telephone : (+81) 3 3214 5621

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