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Tuesday, 28 January 2014 - 02:01 WIB

BANK OF PAPUA OPTIMISTIC BE A REGIONAL CHAMPION BANK

Director of Bank of Papua, John Kafiar (Jubi)

Director of Bank of Papua, John Kafiar (Jubi)

Director of Bank of Papua, John Kafiar (Jubi)

Director of Bank of Papua, John Kafiar (Jubi)

Jayapura , 27/1 ( Jubi ) – Director of Bank of Papua , Johan Kafiar is optimistic that Papua Regional Development Bank (Bank Pembangunan Daerah/ BPD) will reach BPD Regional Champion ( BRC ) .

“Mostly the criteria provided by Indonesia Bank, we have met and we believe we can achieve the Bank ‘s Regional Champion. ” he said to tabloidjubi.com in Jayapura, Papua on Monday ( 27/1 ) .

Kafiar added , there are three important pillars which have been met by the Bank of Papua are a strong institutional supported by strong capital,the achievements CARS has reached over target and providing credit and wide range services to remote areas in Papua .
“All criteria given have been met and I am optimistic to win the BRC.” he said .

The desire to make Bank of Papua to be BRC is responded well by the Jayapura Mayor, Benhur Tommy Mano. He stated that the existence of  Papua Bank offices in various places are very helpful to ease services to the community.
“So, now people who live in Muara Tami, they are no longer going to the main branch but they can go to local bank opened by Bank of Papua in that area.“ he explained. ( Jubi/ Sindung/ Tina)

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