Denpasar (Antara Bali) - The Financial Service Authority (OJK) said the third party funds (DPK) held by banks in Bali reached Rp91.8 trillion in the first half of 2017 or up from Rp87.9 trillion recorded by December, 2016.
OJK chief for Bali and Nusa Tenggara Zulmi said here on Monday
the increase had been predicted with the growing number of people
choosing to put their money at banks including with the system of
paying salaries through bank accounts.
Zulmi said most of the third party funds are in deposits and
savings in People Credit Bank (BPR), conventional and sharia banks.
The increase in DPK help jack up the assets of banks in Bali to
Rp116.3 trillion by the end of the first half of the year including
Rp101 trillion in conventional banks , Rp2 trillion in sharia banks and
Rp13.2 trillion in BPRs. (WDY)