BNI's new stocks start their trading tomorrow

JAKARTA: PT Bank Negara Indonesia (Persero) Tbk (BNI) will start trading the new stocks tomorrow. Most of the old shareholders are exercising their rights to purchase the new stocks.President Director of Bahana Securities Eko Yuliantoro said that only
News Editor | 22 Desember 2010 10:59 WIB

JAKARTA: PT Bank Negara Indonesia (Persero) Tbk (BNI) will start trading the new stocks tomorrow. Most of the old shareholders are exercising their rights to purchase the new stocks.President Director of Bahana Securities Eko Yuliantoro said that only few old shareholders who did not exercise their rights to purchase the state lender's new stocks. Most of shareholders that purchased the new stocks were domestic investors."Please ask directly to BNI for the exact number. However, BNI new stocks are already purchased by investors, mainly locals," he said today.So far the old shareholder that certainly did not purchase the new stocks is the government. However, the government sold its rights at US$300 per share to help it generate IDR700 billion.At the rights issue, BNI will issue 3.37 billion new stocks at IDR3,100 per share. On that amount, the state-owned bank will grab IDR10.44 trillion.About 80% of the proceeds will be used for the distribution of corporate loans, SME loans and consumer loans. Meanwhile, the other 15% will be used for developing information technology infrastructure and ATM and the remaining 5% for developing its subsidiaries.BNI in that case is assisted by PT Bahana Securities, a local underwriter, and five foreign underwriters, namely UBS, Goldman Sachs, MacQuarie, Credit Suisse, and Morgan Stanley. (T06/NOM)

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