Like the best knowledge about the world that Indonesia’s banking former colonial masters, the Dutch. Therefore, the history of banking was not separated from the influence that invaded his country for government banks and private banks. The following describes briefly the history of government-owned banks, namely:
* Central Bank
Indonesia’s Central Bank is the Bank Indonesia (BI) based on Law No. 13 of 1968. Then again confirmed it by Law No. 23 Year 1999.Bank previously derived from De Javasche National Bank on it in 1951.
* Bank Rakyat Indonesia and the Export Import Bank
* Bank is derived from De Algemene Bank Volkscrediet, then melting after a single bank under the name of National Bank Indonesia (BNI) Unit II engaged in rural and export import (exim), separated again into:
1. In charge of rural to Bank Rakyat Indonesia with Law No. 21 Year 1968.
2. Exim charge of the Law No. 22 Year 1968 to Export Import Bank Indonesia.
* Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI ’46)
* Bank BNI Unit III underwent the Law No. 17 Year 1968 turned out to be Bank Negara Indonesia ’46.
* Bank Dagang Negara (BDN)
* Escompto BDN from nationalized bank in the Government Regulation No. 13 Year 1960, but the PP (Government Regulation) was repealed by replaced by Law No. 18 of 1968 became Bank Dagang Negara. BDN is the only one that is outside the State Bank of Bank Negara Indonesia Unit.
* Bank Bumi Daya (BBD)
* BBD was originally derived from Nederlandsch Indische Hendles Bank, later became Hendles Nationale Bank, further bank became Bank Negara Indonesia Unit IV and based on Law No. 19 Year 1968 to Bank Bumi Daya.
* Development Bank Indonesia (Bapindo)
* Regional Development Bank (BPD)
The bank was established in the regions level I. Its legal basis is Act No 13 of 1962.
* Savings Bank Negara (BTN)
BTN came from De Post Paar Bank in the Postal Savings Bank in 1950. Further to Bank Negara Indonesia Unit V and finally to the State Savings Bank with Law No. 20 Year 1968.
* Bank Mandiri
Bank Mandiri is the result of a merger between Bank Bumi Daya (BBD), Bank Dagang Negara (BDN), Development Bank of Indonesia (Bapindo) and Bank Indonesia Export Import (Exim Ban). The results of the four bank merger was implemented in 1999.