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Deputy Director – Head of Bengkulu Province Bank Indonesia Representative Office
Bengkulu was formed on 18th November 1968 as a level-1 province and the 26th Indonesian province, encompassing Enggano Island, Tikus Island and Mega Island as outlying islands of western Indonesia.
Agriculture, wholesale and retail trade as well as government administration services dominate the economy of Bengkulu, accounting for more than 50% of the total and absorbing most labour in the province.
Built in 1972, the Bank Indonesia Representative Office in Bengkulu is located on Jalan Jendral Ahmad Yani, No.1, and was officially opened on 14th September 1974 by Rahmat Saleh, the Bank Indonesia Governor at the time. R. Husni Djojosoemitro was the first head of the Bank Indonesia Representative Office in Bengkulu province, with a staff of around 28. The office in Bengkulu is one of 13 representative offices located in Sumatra, covering nine regencies and one city as follows:
Monetary Management Department
Banking Service, Licensing, and Treasury Operation Department
Payment System Policy Departement
Risk Management Department
Strategic Management and Governance Department