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Bank CIMB Niaga

Bank CIMB Niaga logoBank CIMB Niaga (formerly Bank Niaga) is currently the 4th largest bank in Indonesia in terms of total assets. Bank CIMB Niaga now offers its customer the most comprehensive portfolio of universal banking services available in Indonesia, combining its strengths in retail, SME and corporate banking as well as payment services.

The majority of the Bank's equity had been held by Bumiputra-Commerce Holdings Berhad (BCHB) since 25 November 2002 and on 16 August 2007 was transferred to CIMB Group Sdn Bhd, a wholly owned subsidiary of BCHB. As the first local bank to introduce ATM services in 1987 and also on-line banking system in 1991, CIMB Niaga is well regarded as one of the most innovative banks in Indonesia.
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Headquarter Jakarta, Indonesia
Key People Togar M. Siahaan (CEO)
Company Type Public (IDX: BMGA)
Head Office Jl. Jend Sudirman Kav. 58
Jakarta 12190
Phone (62-21) 250 5151, 250 5252, 250 5353
Fax (62-21) 250 5205
Official Site www.cimbniaga.com Website
SWIFT Code BNIAIDJA
Founded 1955
ID: 128. Updated: 27.04.2017
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