Vincent Fabian Thomas (The Jakarta Post)
Sun, Jun 27, 2021
Indonesian banks expect to face continued financial stress throughout 2022 as simplified loan restructuring policies, once considered a lifeline for banks, are now poised to lower their profit margins.
Bankers and banking experts said the loan restructuring would reduce the banks’ interest income in the coming months, while interest expenses will remain unchanged and the cost of creating provisions will remain high.
Their comments relate to the OJK’s decision to expand regulation, which allowed lenders to more easily restructure loans. POJK No. 11/2020, which expires in March 2021, has been extended by one year until March 2022.
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