Increased net interest income Bank Sahabat Sampoerna pushed profits up sharply reaching 8.8 billion. In the first three months of this, PT Bank Sahabat Sampoerna scored a net profit of 8.8 billion, up significantly compared to the same period of the acquisition last year of IDR395 million. Director of Bank Sahabat Sampoerna, Ali Rukmijah mention, that the company's performance is driven by sleek net interest income rose 188.33% to IDR56,34 billion.
"Achieving this is a form resegmentasi profit business conducted since June 2014 with a focus on the portfolio (credit) micro and SMEs. Loan portfolio amounted to IDR2.9 trillion, or an increase of 64.72% from IDR1.81 trillion, "said Ali in a press release, in Jakarta, Tuesday, May 13, 2015.
Head of Finance and Business Planning Suryaputra Heng added, during the first quarter, third-party funds (TPF) also rose to IDR 3,19 trillion from IDR 2,18 trillion. TPF is still dominated by expensive funding from deposits of IDR 2.8 trillion, an increase of 48% in setahunan. While demand deposits fell 26.16% to IDR 220 billion, but the portion of the savings could grow 245% to 170 billion.
The ratio of credit to the TPF (LDR) in the position of 91.26%, while the ratio of non-performing loans (NPLs) gross bank based in Surabaya is maintained at 2.12%, down from its previous position at 2.15%. From the capital side, CAR Bank Sahabat Sampoerna safely at 20.73%. While the position of ROA and ROE at 1.26% and 5.87%.
"During this quarter we also expanded office network in the eastern region of Indonesia, in Sorong, so the number of branches of Bank Sahabat Sampoerna numbered 16," added the Director of SME, Funding and Network Management Bank Sampoerna, Ong Tek Tjan.
For information Bank Sahabat Sampoerna majority owned Sampoerna Strategic Group, through PT Sampoerna Investama by 81% and Alfa Group through PT Cakrawal Mulia Prima of 18%.