Jakarta, Wednesday (22/2/2022) -- PT Bank Negara Indonesia (Persero) Tbk. or BNI as a state-owned bank proactively encourages the creation of a clean environment from narcotics by collaborating with the National Narcotics Agency of the Republic of Indonesia (BNN RI).
In addition to creating a more productive work environment to jump higher, BNI hopes to become a model as a government-owned bank that is both productive and clean from narcotics abuse.
Signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Prevention and Eradication, Abuse and Illicit Trafficking of Narcotics, and Narcotics Precursors
The signing of the Memorandum of Understanding was carried out by the President Director of BNI, Royke Tumilaar, with the Head of the Indonesian National Narcotics Agency, Commissioner General of Police Dr. Petrus Reinhard Golose.
Royke stated that this collaboration is one of BNI's commitments in the effort to prevent and eradicate the abuse of narcotics trafficking.
We hope to conduct early detection, education and advocacy on the dangers of narcotics abuse within BNI and the surrounding community. "Of course, as a state-owned bank that upholds the value of MORALS, proactive efforts in combating drug abuse are one of our responsibilities. We thank BNN RI for continuing to guide BNI to become a pilot bank," he said.
As for the event, it was followed by the signing of an agreement on the provision and utilization of banking services by BNI Institutional Banking Director Sis Apik Wijayanto with BNN RI Principal Secretary Brigadier General of Police Tantan Sulistyana, S.H., SIK, MM.
BNI also continues to be committed to providing superior and innovative services by carrying out the concept of digital banking in order to meet the needs of financial transactions within the National Narcotics Agency of the Republic of Indonesia.
"We will proactively provide the most suitable solutions for BNN RI, including through the Cash Management System (CMS), the use of Virtual Accounts, Government Credit Card Facilities, Unsecured Credit, and other banking products and services," concluded Royke.