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The latest Financing Supply and Demand Survey points to an
increase in corporate demand for financing in April 2022 compared with conditions
one month earlier, as reflected by a significant bump in the weighted net
balance (WNB) to 29.0% from 15.6% in March 2022. In line with that, the Survey
also indicates increasing household demand for new financing in April 2022.
From the banking side, new loan disbursements in April 2022 indicates positive
growth compared with conditions one month earlier.
The increase in corporate demand for financing in April 2022
primarily stems from internal funds which remain dominant, followed by
committed undisbursed loan, and the sale of non-productive fixed assets. As for
household, commercial banks remaining the primary source of household
financing, dominated by multipurpose loans.
The positive growth in new loan disbursements is mainly
driven by customer demand, as well as the promising monetary and economic
outlook, as reflected by broad-based gains across all bank and loan categories.
On a quarterly basis, survey respondents expect new loan disbursements to
accelerate in the second quarter of 2022.
More information concerning the Financing Supply andDemand Survey is available on the official Bank Indonesia website.
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