Indonesia's Banking sector continues to experience strong annual growth, driven by the country’s increasing GDP and rapidly enlarging middle class population.

Quite simply, more and more people are having a need for banking services.

The Banking sector is highly fragmented with over 120 commercial banks - although the top 15 account for approximately 70% of the nation's credit.

As the world's largest Muslim country, Indonesia is also a growth market for Islamic finance.

Opportunity within this sector remains good - over half the population still does not have access to a formal financial channel. Also the country’s ratio of credit to GDP remains far below that of neighboring countries.

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