Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk

Profile

PT Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk is an Indonesia-based company primarily engaged in banking sector. It operates under the name Bank Mandiri. Its products include saving accounts, current accounts and fixed deposits. It also offers various loans, such as home loan, working capital loan and investment loan. Besides conventional banking, it also offers Shariah-compliant banking services through its subsidiary, PT Bank Syariah Mandiri. Its other subsidiaries include PT AXA Mandiri Financial Services and PT Asuransi Jiwa InHealth Indonesia, which provide life insurance; PT Mandiri AXA General Insurance, which provides general insurance; PT Mandiri Tunas Finance, which is engaged in financing business; PT Mandiri Sekuritas, which provides securities underwriting and brokering services; PT Bank Sinar Harapan Bali and Bank Mandiri (Europe) Ltd, which are engaged in banking sector, and Mandiri International Remittance Sdn Bhd, which offers money remittance services.

Address

Plaza Mandiri Jl. Jenderal Gatot Subroto Kav. 36-38
JAKARTA SELATAN, 12190
Indonesia
+62-21-5265045 (Phone)
+62-21-5274477 (Fax)

Key Executives

Kartika Wirjoatmodjo : President Director/CEO
Sulaiman A. Arianto : Deputy President Director
Ogi Prastomiyono : Director
Pahala Nugraha Mansury : Director
Royke Tumilaar : Director
Hery Gunardi : Director
Tardi : Director
Ahmad Siddik Badruddin : Director
Kartini Sally : Director
Rico Usthavia Frans : Director





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The rights of civil servants have not been implicitely regulated in the 1945 Indonesian Constitution, either in its pra-amended or amended version. Before the amendment of the Constitution, the political rights of civil servants were protected and guaranteed in Article 27 and 28. After the amendment, however, the political rights are only generally regulated in human rights related articles such as Article 28A to 28J. It is somehow unfortunate, since those articles does not implicitely formulate the definition, along with the accompanying rights, of civil servants in Indonesia. Thus, civil servants should have an equal rights than citizens in other professions. The political rights of the civil servants are regulated by a series of Laws. Either ones that only specifically regulate civil servants, or other Laws. In these Laws, civil servants are allowed to perform their political rights, including the right to vote, to be elected, or to participate in political parties. However, in other cases the rights are limited, especially in the context of being able to be elected, and being able to participate in political parties. The civil servants, through the regulation of the 1945 Indonesian Constitution and its implementing regulations, should be allowed individual participate in politics, despite belong to a neutral state body. The regulation of the political rights including the right to be elected, and to participate in political parties, should not be prohibited.