About Perdania

Bank Resona Perdania was established on February 1, 1958 under the name Bank Perdania, which was approved by the Decree of the Minister of Finance No. 260486/U.M.II dated December 23, 1957 with a business permit as a Commercial Bank. As the first joint venture bank in Indonesia, Bank Resona Perdania marked an exceptional effort between Indonesia and Japan to create better economic cooperation through service excellence in the fulfilment of every customer’s banking needs.

In April 1969 the Bank officially began operation as a foreign exchange bank to conduct banking activities in foreign currency. The Bank changed its name several times. The first was in 1994, from Bank Perdania to Daiwa Perdania Bank. Five years later, the Bank again changed its name to Bank Daiwa Perdania. The last change in 2003 when the Bank changed its name to Bank Resona Perdania as it is known today.

Bank Resona Perdania is committed to continuously advancing and growing along with the customers an ethos which is manifested in the variety of products, services and financial solutions, such as loans, funding, treasury, imports, exports, bank guarantees and other banking transactions. Through the provision of the best-quality financial services, Bank Resona Perdania continuously strives to sustain its position as a credible and reliable bank. This is represented by the full support of shareholders who have a good reputation and are experienced in their respective fields.


Established in 1918 and headquartered in Japan, Resona Bank, Ltd. (“Resona Bank”) engages in the provision of financial products and services for retail and corporate customers. Resona Bank is a part of Resona Group, one of the biggest banking groups in Japan. Resona Bank has many branch offices in the country as well as several representative offices abroad. In 2019, Resona Bank was ranked 9th in Japan and 97th worldwide in the category of The Biggest Banks in the World based on the data of Bankers Almanac.

The Bank of Yokohama, Ltd. (“BOY”) was established in 1920 and headquartered in Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan. As subsidiary of Concordia Financial Group, Ltd., BOY is the biggest regional bank in Japan with 202 branch offices, 5 sub branch offices, and 425 ATMs across Japan. Moreover, BOY also has 1 branch office located in Shanghai, China, and 4 representative offices abroad. In 2019, BOY ranks 11th in Japan and 155th worldwide based on the data of Bankers Almanac.

On July 24, 2019 the shareholders composition of Bank Resona Perdania underwent a change in which The Bank of Yokohama, Ltd.(“BOY”) effectively become a shareholder of Bank Resona Perdania by taking over 30.00% shares owned by East Asia Indonesian Holdings, Ltd. Furthermore, Daido Life Insurance Company and Resona Bank, Ltd., effectively took over 14.90% and 5.02% of Bank Resona Perdania shares from Vision Well, Ltd., so that the shareholders composition of Bank Resona Perdania as of July 24, 2019 became as follows:

For more than 61 years the Bank has always contributed towards Indonesian economic development through the best quality financial products and services. The Bank continues to grow due to the presence of 4 (four) competitive advantages:

  1. Extensive knowledge and understanding of the local market based on a long history in Indonesia;
  2. Focus both on Indonesian and Japanese companies that enable Bank Resona Perdania to act as a mediator to create new businesses among customers;
  3. Independent Management that enables prompt and flexible decision making;
  4. Wide network in Indonesia as a Japanese bank. The office network is spread in several strategic cities and industrial areas that are Jakarta, Surabaya, Bandung, Cikarang, MM2100, Karawang, Deltamas and Suryacipta.

The Bank continuously improves and hones its expertise to further understand the development of the banking industry as well as provide the best to all stakeholders.