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Banking Survey conducted by Bank Indonesia indicated positive new loan
disbursements in the third quarter of 2021, despite moderating on the previous period, as confirmed by a weighted net
balance (WNB) of demand for new loans of 20.9%. Broad growth of new loans was
indicated by a positive WNB across all loan types. Furthermore, respondents
predicted stronger growth of new loans disbursed in the fourth quarter of 2021,
with the WNB of 90.9%.
of the latest survey predicted a period of
looser lending standards in the fourth quarter of 2021, as reflected by a further decrease in the Lending Standards Index to
-0.4% from 2.0% in the previous period. Policy aspects of new loan disbursement predicted to be looser lending
standards compared to the previous quarter among others are loan maturities and administration fees.
also revealed how respondents have remained optimistic concerning credit growth
in 2021, predicting 5.3% (yoy) expansion in line with
monetary and economic conditions as well as relatively manageable credit risk.
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