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Bank Mandiri offers various investment options to keep repatriated funds

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    The Jakarta Post

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JAKARTA   /   Wed, August 7, 2019   /  02:52 pm
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A Bank Mandiri employee supervises the printing of e-money cards at the lenders’ office in Menteng, Central Jakarta.(The Jakarta Post/David Caessarre)

State-owned Bank Mandiri is offering various investment products through its weal management division and securities and fund management subsidiaries to keep repatriated funds with holding periods ending later this year. Mandiri business and networks director Hery Gunardi said the bank had developed various financial instruments, including through PT Mandiri Sekuritas and PT Mandiri Manajemen Investasi, to ensure the repatriated funds would not be moved to foreign countries. “With these assorted products, we want to fulfill the needs of our [wealth management business] clients, whose funds are in Indonesia and abroad,” he said in a media briefing in Jakarta on Monday. Hery said about Rp 8.5 trillion (US$597.63 million) of the funds flown back to Indonesia following the government’s nine-month tax amnesty in 2016-2017 were kept in Bank Mandiri. Some of the funds...