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PT BANK RAKYAT IND. RP 50 (BYRA.MU)

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0.20800.0000 (0.00%)
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Previous close0.2080
Open0.2080
Bid0.1960 x 0
Ask0.2360 x 0
Day's range0.2080 - 0.2080
52-week range0.1777 - 0.2940
Volume40,000
Avg. volume634
Market capN/A
Beta (5Y monthly)N/A
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
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  • Indonesia's BRI Life probes reported data leak of two million users
    Reuters

    Indonesia's BRI Life probes reported data leak of two million users

    BRI Life, the insurance arm of Indonesia's Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI), said on Tuesday it was investigating claims that the personal details of over two million of its customers had been advertised for sale by unidentified hackers. Hudson Rock, a cybercrime monitoring firm, told Reuters that it had found evidence which showed that multiple computers belonging to BRI and BRI Life employees had been compromised. "We are checking with the team and will provide an update as soon as the investigation is done," BRI Life CEO Iwan Pasila said in a text message.

  • Western Union (WU) Ties Up to Boost Money Transfers in Indonesia
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    Western Union (WU) Ties Up to Boost Money Transfers in Indonesia

    Western Union (WU) partners with BRI in a bid to empower Indonesian customers with enhanced digital and international money transfer services at the latter's branch locations.

  • BRI Ventures Closes First Round of New Indonesian Tech Fund
    Bloomberg

    BRI Ventures Closes First Round of New Indonesian Tech Fund

    (Bloomberg) -- BRI Ventures, the corporate venture arm of state-owned PT Bank Rakyat Indonesia, said it completed the first close of a planned 300 billion rupiah ($21 million) tech fund.The so-called Sembrani Nusantara Fund raised more than 150 billion rupiah from investors including Grab Holdings Inc., Celebes Capital, Investree, Fazz Financial Group and prominent Indonesian investor Pandu Sjahrir.BRI Ventures plans to use the new capital to make early-stage investments in education, agro-maritime, retail, transportation and health care in Indonesia, the largest internet market in Southeast Asia with almost 300 million people.The firm aims to finance small and medium-sized companies and help them go digital. The strategy plays to Bank BRI’s strength as one of the largest lenders in Indonesia specializing in microfinance, said Nicko Widjaja, chief executive officer of BRI Ventures.Read more: Indonesia’s Oldest Bank Taps Veteran Venture CapitalistFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.