Monday, 25 March 2019 | 22:38 WIB

BCA Wins 2018 ASEAN Business Award

BCA Wins 2018 ASEAN Business Award (bca)

SINGAPORE, NNCListed banking company Bank Central Asia (IDX:BBCA), also known as BCA, has again received an award at an event initiated by the ASEAN Business Advisory Council (ASEAN BAC). The company won the 2018 ASEAN Business Award for the Priority Integration Sectors Category for its dedication for more than 61 years to serve the needs of financial products and services for the Indonesian public.

Hendra Tanumihardja, Executive Vice President of Human Capital Management at BCA, was present to receive the award trophy which was handed over directly by Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad on the eve of the awarding ceremony in Singapore.

On that occasion, Hendra revealed that the success of BCA in becoming a banking institution, in which its achievements were recognized worldwide, could not be separated from solid performance.

"In the midst of intense competition in the financial world today, all BCA management is increasingly joining hands to implement commitments in providing the best service for customers as well as stakeholders by continuing to innovate and prioritize service quality in each of our services," he said.

The ASEAN Business Award by ASEAN BAC has been held since 2007. The aim of the event is to give appreciation to companies in ASEAN countries that have shown significant results and progress in building their businesses, and strengthening their position in various industrial sectors.

Therefore, the 12th ASEAN Business Award this year is an opportunity for companies to increase public brand awareness globally and expand networks within the ASEAN business community.

In this award event, there are 17 sub categories of Priority Integration Sectors, one of which is the financial sector. This time, BCA won the award for an appreciation of the company's performance in integrating aspects of business management and human resource management. Including, the company's ability to adopt the progress of information and data technology.

"In addition to prioritizing the integration of existing business management and HR management, we also strive to build sophisticated and innovative banking services in line with the needs of customers in the current digital era. We realize that almost all elements of meeting needs have been dominated by technology. We also continue to intensify the expansion of digital systems to support our financial services to customers," Hendra concluded.