JAKARTA-The Annual General Meeting of Shareholders (AGM) of PT Bank Tabungan Negara (Persero) Tbk (BTN) distributes cash dividends totaling Rp237.62 billion or Rp22.438 per share shares to shareholders. This amount is 10% of the company's net profit for the 2021 financial year which reached IDR 2.37 trillion.
"The AGM of Bank BTN decided that the use of net profit for the 2021 financial year will be used for 10% to be distributed as dividends and 90% set as retained earnings," said the President Director of Bank BTN Haru Koesmahargyo after the AGMS of Bank BTN in Jakarta, Wednesday (2/3).
In the AGMS of Bank BTN there were several agenda items discussed, and the AGMS approved, among others, the ratification of the Annual Report and the Ratification of the Company's Financial Statements for the 2021 Fiscal Year, the determination of the use of the Company's Net Profit for the 2021 Fiscal Year and changes in the composition of the company's management.
For the composition of the company's new management, shareholders approved and reappointed Nixon LP Napitupulu as Deputy President Director of Bank BTN. Meanwhile at the Board of Commissioners, the AGMS approved the dismissal of Eko D Heripoerwanto as Commissioner and appointed three new commissioners namely Herry Trisaputra Zuna as Commissioner, Himawan Arief Sugoto as Commissioner and Sentot A Sentausa as Independent Commissioner.
According to Haru, the company positively welcomes the new management composition. "We are optimistic that this new lineup will solidly bring Bank BTN to reach its target of being The Best Mortgage Bank," firmly.
The new composition of the Company's Board of Commissioners is as follows:
President Commissioner/Independent : Chandra M Hamzah
Vice President Commissioner/Independent : Iqbal Latanro
Independent Commissioner : Ahdi Jumhari Luddin
Independent Commissioner : Armand B Arief
Independent Commissioner : Sentot A Sentausa
Commissioner : Herry Trisaputra Zuna
Commissioner : Heru Budi Hartono
Commissioner : Andin Hadiyanto
Commissioner : Himawan Arief Sugoto
Furthermore, the composition of the Company's Board of Directors with the new nomenclature is as follows:
President Director : Haru Koesmahargyo
Deputy President Director : Nixon LP Napitupulu
Finance Director : Nofry Rony Poetra
Director of Asset Management : Elisabeth Novie Riswanti
Director of Human Capital, Compliance and Legal : Eko Waluyo
Director of Distribution and Funding : Jasmine
Risk Management Director : Setiyo Wibowo
IT & Digital : Andi Nirwoto
Consumer Director : Hirwandi Gafar
Furthermore, Haru said, this year, the company has also set several financial performance targets, including Credit and Financing targeted to grow 9%-11 percent, Third Party Funds are also targeted to grow 9-11 percent, net profit is targeted to increase in the range of 10-11 percent. 13% and gross NPL is expected to improve in the range of 3.4%-3.5%.
As for achieving the credit growth target, the company will optimize the national housing program, through contributions to the FLPP KPR, BP2BT KPR and TAPERA KPR programs with a potential unit realization of 169.3 thousand units. Then expand partnerships for lending in the fixed income segment by continuing the KPR TWP AD program and the expansion of BTN Solutions in the institutional segment, Government Institutions, Ministries and other SOE Corporations.
Bank BTN will also increase mortgages in the millennial segment through cooperation in the construction of Transit Oriented Development (TOD) with BUMN Karya and Top Developers as well as mortgage programs for millennials, such as KPR Gaess for Millennials with the Graduate Payment Mortgage (GPM) and KPR Hits features. In addition, Bank BTN will also develop commercial and corporate loans that have a value chain in the housing sector.
Meanwhile, to maintain the momentum of net profit growth, the company will maintain loan yields in the range of 7%-8% by increasing the contribution of high-margin loans, especially payroll and SME loans. Bank BTN will also continue the downward trend in Cost of Fund (CoF) by increasing CASA and Retail Deposits.
The company's net profit will also be encouraged to increase the contribution of Fee Based Income (FBI) by developing new FBI sources such as developing treasury fees in the retail segment, selling wealth products and increasing digital banking transactions for users of mobile banking, internet banking and cash management.<>