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About Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI)
Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI) was founded in 1895. It is Indonesia's oldest bank and was initially named De Poerwokertosche Hulp en Spaarbank der Inlandsche Hoofden, during Dutch colonial rule. It became known as Bank Rakyat Indonesia after the country's independence. It operates a full range of banking services, giving special focus towards micro, small and medium entreprises. The bank is owned by the Indonesian government.
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Annual report 2020|
CSR report 2020
listed on ISE
Bank Rakyat Indonesia's largest shareholder is the Indonesian Government (56.75%, dated Nov 15 2021). The bank's complete shareholder structure can be accessed here.
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Bank Rakyat Indonesia operates a Grievance Redressal channel which can be accessed here.
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Banks and Human Rights
Human Rights Benchmark Asia 2022
Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI)'s human rights policies, processes and reporting were assessed as part of the BankTrack Human Rights Benchmark Asia 2022. The bank is assessed as a Laggard, with a total score of 1 out of 14.
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Voluntary standardsBank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI) has committed itself to the following voluntary standards:
Bank Rakyat Indonesia's web page on corporate social responsiblity can be accessed here. The bank does not have any publicly available investment policies.