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ATM Bersama
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Operating area Indonesia
Members
Founded 1993

ATM Bersama is one of the many interbank networks in Indonesia, connecting the ATM networks of twenty-one banks in Indonesia. It was established 1993 and is based on the model adopted by MegaLink, an interbank network in the Philippines.

At present, ATM Bersama has over 70 members with 17,000 ATMs over all of Indonesia's provinces and countless of Indonesia's cities. The network is owned by PT Artajasa Pembayaran Elektronis.

Contents

Services

ATM Bersama provides many interbank facilities, including balance inquiry, cash withdrawal and real time-online transfer to other accounts of members of the shared network. In 2004 ARTAJASA made a cross-border ATM Bersama with partner provider MEPS, Malaysia to service Indonesian workers, students living there as well as tourists. Singapore and Thailand have already been linked to the ATM Bersama network with NETS and ITMX respectively.

Members

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Current Members

  • Bank Agroniaga
  • Bank Artos Indonesia
  • Bank Bengkulu
  • Bank BPD DIY
  • Bank BTN
  • Bank BTPN
  • Bank Bukopin
  • Bank CIMB Niaga
  • Bank Commonwealth
  • Bank Danamon
  • Bank DKI
  • Bank Eksekutif
  • Bank Ganesha
  • Bank IFI
  • Bank Ina Perdana
  • Bank Index
  • Bank International Indonesia
  • Bank Jabar Banten
  • Bank Jateng
  • Bank Jatim
  • Bank Kalbar
  • Bank Kesawan
  • Bank Kesejahteraan Ekonomi
  • Bank Lampung
  • Bank Maluku
  • Bank Mandiri
  • Bank Mayapada
  • Bank Mayora
  • Bank Mega
  • Bank Mega Syariah[1]
  • Bank Mestika
  • Bank Muamalat[2]
  • Bank Nagari
  • Bank Negara Indonesia
  • Bank Nusantara Parahyangan
  • Bank OCBC NISP
  • Bank Panin
  • Bank Papua
  • Bank Permata
  • Bank Rakyat Indonesia
  • Bank Riau
  • Bank Saudara
  • Bank Sinarmas
  • Bank Sulsel
  • Bank Sultra
  • Bank Sulteng
  • Bank Sulut
  • Bank Sumsel
  • Bank Sumut
  • Bank Swadesi
  • Bank Syariah Mandiri[3]
  • Bank UOB Buana
  • BPD Aceh
  • BPD Bali
  • BPD Jambi
  • BPD Kalsel
  • BPD Kalteng
  • BPD Kaltim
  • BPD Sultra
  • BPR KS
  • BPR SJ
  • Citibank Indonesia
  • HSBC
  • Royal Bank Of Scotland
  • Standard Chartered Bank
  • Bank Century

See also

Indonesian interbank networks

References

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