LHBU, LBBU and LBU Reporting Officer (BIRO)


    • • Career Path
    • • Competitive Benefit
    • • Competitive Salary


    Qualifications :
    • Maximum age 30 years old.
    • Minimum Economic Bachelor Degree majoring in Accounting (S1) from a reputable university with GPA > 3
    • Minimum 1-years experience in banking reporting, preferable has experience in Accountant Public min 1-years
    • Good understanding in banking reporting and regulatory reporting
    • Good interpersonal and communication skill
    • Works well on a team
    • Deadline oriented
    • Fluent in English (oral and writting)
    • Knowledge with and experience using Microsoft office (word and excel)
    • To prepare working papers for Published Financial Statements based on Bank Indonesia regulation and requirement
    • To prepare working papers for Daily and Frequent Bank Reporting based on Bank Indonesia regulation.
    • To prepare working papers for Bankwide Monthly Bank Reporting based on Bank Indonesia regulation.
    • To review Branch Monthly Bank Reporting based on Bank Indonesia regulation.
    • Prepare other reports that are required by internal parties (Business Unit) and external parties (external auditor and Lembaga Penjamin Simpanan)
    • To liaise with other division/business unit/external parties in obtaining or collecting data/information regarding with the preparation of Monthly Bank Reporting or other reports
    • To coordinate reports submission to Bank Indonesia and internal parties.
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    Deskripsi Perusahaan

    PT Bank Maybank Indonesia Tbk (“Maybank Indonesia” atau “Bank”) is one of the leading private bank in Indonesia that also become part of Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank) Group, one of the largest financial services group in ASEAN. Previously, PT Bank Maybank Indonesia Tbk was PT Bank Internasional Indonesia (BII) that founded on 15 Mei 1959, obtained its  license as foreign exchange bank in 1988, and had its share listed as publicly listed company in Jakarta Stock Exchange and Surabaya Stock Exchange (now merged as Indonesia Stock Exchange) in 1989.

    In 2008, BII was acquired by Maybank through its entirely owned subsidiary, Maybank Offshore Corporate Services (Labuan) Sdn. Bhd. (MOCS) and Sorak Financial Holding Pte. Ltd. (Sorak). Since received approval from Financial Statement Authority (FSA) on 23 September 2015, BII change its name into Maybank Indonesia, affirm its identity as inseparable entity of Maybank Group which consistently bring the presence of Humanising Financial Services to all stakeholders.

    Maybank Indonesia is currently one of the largest banks in Indonesia that connected to regional and international network of Maybank Group. As of 31 December 2014 Maybank Indonesia has 455 branches, including shariah branches and micro functional offices spread across Indonesia, two overseas branches (Mauritius and Mumbai, India), 13 Mobile Cash Vehicles and 1,530 ATMs including CDMs (Cash Deposit Machine) which all connected to more than 20,000 ATMs of the ATM PRIMA, ATM BERSAMA, ALTO, and CIRRUS networks and to 3,500 Maybank ATMs in Singapore and Malaysia through MEPS network.

    Maybank Indonesia provides a comprehensive range of products and services to individual and corporate customers through Retail Banking, Business Banking and Global Banking as well as auto financing business through its subsidiaries WOM Finance for two-wheeled vehicles and BII Finance for four-wheeled vehicles. Maybank Indonesia also continues to promote e-banking services and capacity through Mobile Banking, Internet Banking and other several channels.

    As of 31 December 2014, Maybank Indonesia manages customer deposits with total Rp101.9 trillion and total asset reaches Rp143.3 trillion.