TRIBUNNEWS.COM, JAKARTA – PT Bank Negara Indonesia Tbk (BBNI) informed the law to terminate a legal agreement with the providers of digital payment platforms WeChat, Alipay and Liquidpay.
Bob Tyasika Ananta, Director of BNI Risk Management, currently BNI is holding a business model negotiation step with these three payment platforms.
"We have not set a target for this collaboration, we are at the review stage, basically we want this co-operation to be in accordance with the BI and OJK rules," says Bob when he expired in Outlook Management Indonesia 2019 Risk, at the Pullman Hotel, Tuesday (6/11).
BNI is currently in the development review towards further collaboration.
Read: The Cooperation Agreement between BNI and Alipay and WeChat was agreed this month
As an example, BNI and WeChat have been piloted a couple of weeks ago in Bali.
According to Bob associated with the collaboration between the three digital pay platform services providers, BNI still has a long-standing calculation. This includes the current business model.
Previously, the BNI directors stated that co-operation with WeChat BNI had made a legal agreement.
The co-operation agreement will be held on November 13, 2018. Alipay is currently awaiting legal agreement but Alipay has targeted completion on November 24, 2018.
BNI sees significant business potential of this collaboration, reaching a 2 trillion Rp. This assumes that there are as many as 1.5 million Chinese tourists who will travel to Indonesia.
This news was broadcast in cash, namely Cooperation with Alipay, Wechat and Liquidpay, the BNI still looks at the business model