Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Independent Shareholders may Fails Merger Mandiri-BNI

Chairman of the Indonesian Association of Securities Analysts (AEEI) Haryajid Ramelan revealed plans merger of PT Bank Mandiri Tbk (Independent) with PT Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI), the possibility can not be easily applied and it took a long time.

Moreover, both the state-owned company that has a different culture, so it is difficult to combine. "I think not easy. Bank Mandiri, which comprise the results mergerpun not be a major player in Asean, "said during the discussion titled Issuer Haryajid Talk Industry (EBI), which takes the theme" Looking at the consequences of the Merger Two Open Company "on Wednesday, 18 February 2015.

To that end he suggested, rather than a merger, it helps both parties to strengthen the human resource base to compete in the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC). Therefore, he concluded, it's good business merger is not necessary.

"Indeed, the merger can not be forced. MEA does not have to be a scary thing. Other countries may also be afraid to face the MEA, "he said.

The same thing also expressed by the Capital Market Law Expert, Indra Safitri. He said, not easy to unite two great companies like Mandiri and BNI.

Moreover, no rule to say independent shareholders also determine the business merger. That is, despite the government's authority in the merger business as majority shareholders, public shareholders must also be considered, whether you agree or not.

Because it speaks the risk of conflict of interest contained in the FSA rules. "Well this is when opposed by independent shareholders, will not happen," he concluded.

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