09:51 Exclusive Video High Interest & War, Corporate Credit Still Good? My Money – 53 minutes ago

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia- The global economy is still faced with a number of challenges in the era of high interest rates, economic slowdown and the escalating Hamas-Israel war.

In the midst of various external turmoil, Indonesian banks are still optimistic about the national economy. Director of Corporate Banking at Bank Mandiri, Susana Indah Kris Indriati, sees that the ongoing recovery is expected to continue, one of which is reflected in healthy corporate credit growth.

Bank Mandiri is optimistic that corporate credit in 2023 can reach 7%-9% while ensuring liquidity security and strong foreign currency funding.

What impact will high interest rates and war have on corporate credit performance? For further details, see Safrina Nasution’s dialogue with the Director of Corporate Banking PT Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk (BMRI)Susana Indah Kris Indriati in Power Lunch,CNBCIndonesia (Monday, 13/11/2023)

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