Commonwealth Bank Indonesia is a subsidiary of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia and has been operating for almost 15 years. It operates under an Indonesian banking licence and offers its local customers savings, term deposits, current accounts, mutual funds, loans, bank guarantees and foreign exchange. It has more than 80 branches and 100 ATMs across Indonesia. It employs more than 1,200 people and services the financial needs of more than 200,000 customers.
Commonwealth Bank Indonesia is well represented in the popular tourist destination of Bali. The Bank’s Australian customers benefit from lower ATM fees (refer to ‘non Commonwealth Bank’ ATM fees) for Debit Card withdrawals from local Commonwealth Bank ATMs, and can access competitive foreign exchange and free online and telephone banking and at its four Bali branches at Denpasar, Legian, Ubud and Kuta.
Commonwealth Life Indonesia provides a range of life insurance products to Indonesian customers and expatriates including unit linked, education, savings and investment, death and disability, personal accident, hospitalisation, critical illness protection, and credit protection.
Commonwealth Bank Indonesia