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Written by Administrator on Sunday, 27 February 2011 04:45

Since its floor dibursa (July 2010) bjb bank quite successfully shows his ability. This is evidenced by the positive performance and supported by investor confidence as reflected in the share price performance is quite good. BJB Bank share code this BJBR had traded in the range of 3.5 x PBV (price to book value). Bjb bank's share price had closed at a price of USD 1770, - per share on September 25, 2010, and was even trading at a level of Rp 1780, - on September 26, 2010. This certainly shows the positive expectations from the public against the bank bjb. Although the current stock price BJBR corrected until traded in a range of Rp 1120, - per share, but this correction also occurs in stocks as a whole, especially the financial sector which is more influenced by external factors and macro economics.

In addition, based on the evaluation of the Indonesia Stock Exchange (BEI) in January 2011, as of February 1, 2011, the Indonesian Stock Exchange has set the bank's shares into groups bjb LQ 45. As known that LQ 45 index 45 stocks are chosen through a variety of criteria, meaning stocks that have entered into a group LQ 45 stocks with liquidity and high market capitalization. Bjb entry of bank stocks to 45 stocks in this group is quite impressive considering the age BJBR recent listing for 6 months.

Indicative data December 2010 (unaudited) mentions that bjb bank asset growth during 2010 increased by 34.13% this is in line with the growth of bank credit bjb increased by 20.52% of the same time period, even a significant increase reflected the growth of party funds The third is increased by 34.71%.

Furthermore bjb bank will accelerate the growth performance, particularly on the lending side is projected to grow higher than third-party funds in 2011. It is shown through the target LDR (Loan to Deposit Ratio) which is projected to reach 85.32% in December 2011 from 71.08% in 2010. Thus bjb bank lending is projected to grow by 30.57% during the year 2011.

Bjb bank lending is also directed to the SME sector (Small Micro Medium Enterprises). This is supported by step improvement of products, especially micro-credit and other productive products, as well as the existence of MSME Sentra in 6 regions of Bandung Raya, Pakuan, Purwasukasi, Banten, Priangan and Cirebon. In addition, the largest regional banks in Indonesia also continues to expand its service network through out West Java and Banten, which currently has a network of branch offices in Batam, Medan, Semarang and Surabaya.

This performance will always be maintained by banks bjb and continue to grow to achieve its vision to be the ten largest banks in Indonesia and performing well.