LPS Prepares Customer Savings Payment for PT BPR Bali Artha Anugrah

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The Lembaga Penjamin Simpanan (LPS) is preparing to facilitate the payment of deposit insurance claims and the implementation of the liquidation process for PT BPR Bali Artha Anugrah in Denpasar, Bali Province. This action follows the revocation of PT BPR Bali Artha Anugrah’s permit by the Financial Services Authority (OJK), effective April 4, 2024.

In accordance with this, Dimas Yuliharto, the Secretary of LPS, has outlined that in order to carry out the payment of deposit insurance claims for customers of PT BPR Bali Artha Anugrah, LPS is committed to ensuring that the deposits of the customers are paid in accordance with the prevailing regulations. Furthermore, he emphasized that LPS will thoroughly reconcile and verify the deposit data and other information to determine the deposits to be paid. It is projected that this reconciliation and verification process will be completed within 90 working days, by August 26, 2024.

Upon the announcement of the payment of deposit insurance claims for customers of PT BPR Bali Artha Anugrah by LPS, customers will be able to verify the status of their deposits either at the PT BPR Bali Artha Anugrah office or through the LPS website (www.lps.go.id).

For the bank’s borrowers, they can continue to make loan repayments or settle their loans at the PT BPR Bali Artha Anugrah office by contacting the LPS Liquidation Team.

In his advisory capacity, Dimas urged the customers of PT BPR Bali Artha Anugrah to remain composed and to avoid actions that could impede the process of payment of deposit insurance claims and the bank’s liquidation. He also cautioned against trusting individuals purporting to assist in the settlement of deposit insurance claims for a fee or charge imposed on the customers.

Customers are reminded that there are still many other rural banks (BPR/BPRS) or commercial banks operating. Consequently, once the deposits of customers of PT BPR Bali Artha Anugrah are paid by LPS, they are encouraged to transfer their deposits to the nearest accessible bank. Customers should not hesitate to re-deposit their money in the banking system, as deposits in all banks operating in Indonesia are guaranteed by LPS.

To ensure that customers’ deposits are guaranteed by LPS, customers are encouraged to meet the 3T requirements. These requirements include being recorded in the bank’s books, receiving an interest rate on deposits that does not exceed the LPS insurance interest rate, and refraining from engaging in criminal activities that harm the bank.

In conclusion, affected customers are advised to stay informed and adhere to the necessary procedures to safeguard their deposits. LPS is dedicated to facilitating the payment process and supporting the affected customers during this challenging period.


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