Jalin Distributes Aid for Flood Victims in South Jakarta

Jalin Distributes Aid for Flood Victims in South Jakarta

Jakarta, 8 Januari 2020 – Jakarta, 8th January 2020 – PT Jalin Pembayaran Nusantara along with PT Danareksa (Persero) as the parent company also help distribute aid for flood victims in Jakarta, the flood impacted Jakarta and its surrounding on 31st December 2019 due to high rainfall. The aid was distributed through PT Adhi Karya to then be distributed to the victims of the flood.

“Jalin wants to express its consolation to all the victims upon the flood that happened last night on New Years eve, it is hoped that with Jalin’s participation it can help relieve the burden of the victims, especially the ones in South Jakarta,” said VP Corporate Secretary PT Jalin Pembayaran Nusantara Christianus Panjisasongko in Jakarta, Wednesday (8/1).

In providing aid for the impacted residents in Jakarta, Jalin with other subsidiaries from PT Danareksa distributes a sum of daily needs that is needed by the residents whilst waiting for the flood to recede. As for the relief items are hygiene kit, baby kit, medicine as well as blanket and tarpaulin for night time.

The overall aid was distributed through PT Adhi Karya’s post, as the state-owned enterprise that was chosen by the ministry as the coordinator of aid distribution for the flood victims in South Jakarta.

As known, the heavy rainfall that occurs since Tuesday (31/12/2019) afternoon up to Wednesday (1/1/2020) morning caused a widespread flooding, it is reported up to 30 people has died and more than 31.000 evacuated from 158 impacted points, this rainfall made a record as the heaviest rainfall since 1866.

Jalin Shares Happiness and Love with Shelter Children in Welcoming 2019 Christmas

Jalin Shares Happiness and Love with Shelter Children in Welcoming 2019 Christmas

Jakarta, 12 December 2019 – As a form of gratitude and affection amongst the community, PT Jalin Pembayaran Nusantara and its parent company PT Danareksa (Persero) held social charity event in welcoming Christmas with children from Griya Kasih foundation shelter, East Jakarta, Thursday (12/12).

As part of Jalin Berbagi, this year’s activity’s themes “By Giving We Receive” was attended by PT Jalin Payment Nusantara’s CEO Otto Benny Hantoro, Finance & Business Support Director A. Pawitra Indriati and VP Corporate Secretary of PT Danareksa (Persero) Chairul Iman as the parent company representative along with a number of employees of PT Jalin Payment Nusantara and PT Danareksa (Persero).

In the event, it was enliven with various spiritual activities such as sermon, magic show, quizzes and musical performances from the children.

The activity was concluded with the delivery of parcels of daily necessities and having lunch with around 35 kids present.

Jalin berbagi Kasih is a social sharing activity for the local community and a part of Jalin’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) commitment every year.

“In accordance to the program’s theme ‘By Giving We Receive’, Jalin expect to continue to provide happiness to others so that it can receive a positive impact from the community,” said CEO of PT Jalin Pembayaran Nusantara Otto Benny Hantoro said after delivering symbolic daily necessities supplies to the administrators of the Griya Kasih Foundation .

Celebrating 3rd Anniversary, Jalin Establishes Educational Assistance for Hundreds of Children in the Fishing Village

Celebrating 3rd Anniversary, Jalin Establishes Educational Assistance for Hundreds of Children in the Fishing Village

Jakarta, 27 November 2019 – Jalin handed over educational assistance for 115 children in the fishing village through their CSR Program, “Unite to Share”, Cilincing. This program is a part of their series of celebrations for Jalin’s 3rd Anniversary that falls on the 3rd of November 2019.
The delivery of assistance was carried out by Christianus Panjisasongko as VP Corporate Secretary PT Jalin Pembayaran Nusantara through Yayasan Sosial Lumba-Lumba, in which the assistance consisted of textbooks, stationaries, library provision and basic necessities. Jalin also held a “Savings Class” session to educate children in fishing villages about the importance of saving habits and introduce the less cash lifestyle.
Last May 2019, Jalin also provided similar assistance for 115 orphans through Al-Andalusia Foundation.
Jalin’s CSR program this year is in line with the company’s business sector that focuses on the development of the nation’s digital payment system as well as to support the “Gerakan Nasional Non Tunai (GNNT)”, a program carried by Bank of Indonesia.
Quoted from the official website of Bank of Indonesia, compared to other ASEAN countries, the use of electronic based payment transactions done by Indonesian people is relatively low (Bank Indonesia Mencanangkan Gerakan Nasional Non Tunai, 2014). However, with the geographic condition and high population rate, there is a really big potential for access expansion of payment system in Indonesia.
The result of the 2018 Consumer Payment Attitudes study related to the cashless lifestyle mentions that 77% of Indonesia citizens predict that it will increasingly use non-cash payment in the next 12 months (Malia, 2019). To achieve this, strategic initiative steps – both from business and social responsibility aspect – are vital to boost the penetration of the cashless payment system equally in Indonesia.
Since 2018, Jalin has implemented strategic initiatives that focus on the digital payment business growth, namely developing the debit link business within GPN scheme, expanding the number of Jalin switching bank members and making technological investment related to Managed Service business. Currently, Jalin is also actively participating in the development of Quick Response Code Indonesian Standard (QRIS) project that was coordinated by BI and ASPI.
On its 3rd Anniversary, it is hoped that Jalin can unite and grow stronger in synergy with Danareksa Group, Telkom Group and Himbara to create a digital based national economy, as well as to contribute through social activities in increasing public awareness of cashless instruments usage.

Jalin Welcomes Danareksa as Majority Shareholder through Town Hall Meeting & Office Integration

Jalin Welcomes Danareksa as Majority Shareholder through Town Hall Meeting & Office Integration

Jakarta, Wednesday, July 17, 2019 – PT Jalin Pembayaran Nusantara (Jalin) welcomes Danareksa as the majority shareholders collaboration in a Town Hall Meeting & Office Integration by “Strengthening Jalin’s Business through the Support of Danareksa and Telkom” to mark Jalin’s first step as part of Danareksa Group.

The event marks a milestone for Jalin as the newest member in Danareksa Group after the acquisition signing on Wednesday, June 19, 2019 at the Ministry of BUMN (State-Owned Enterprises) Building, Jakarta. 

The town hall meeting was initiated with directive remarks from Jalin, Danareksa and Telkom regarding the long-term business sustainability plan while also shared the company’s vision and mission so that the three companies can work together to further strengthen the national payment system.

Jalin’s CEO Otto Benny Hantoro encourages all employees to improve the company’s performance as the most efficient switching company in order to increase Himbara’s competitiveness and payment industry efficiency, in line with the directive from the State-Owned Enterprise Ministry.

“With Danareksa and Telkom supports, Jalin must contribute more to Indonesia’s payment

infrastructure. Employees must adopt positive spirits to be able to give their best performance for the country,” Otto remarked.

Jalin employees are expected to continue the existing working culture that are open, flexible, innovative and creative which are in line with today’s millennial generation’s lifestyle.


The town hall meeting was held at Jalin’s lounge Headquarter in Mega Kuningan business district and attended by all employees, including employees at the operational office in Serpong, Tangerang using the latest video conference technology.

On the occasion, President Director of Danareksa Arief Budiman expects that with Jalin as a new Danareksa’s subsidiary, the company would be able to increase the collaboration spirit to be the true champion as a switching and managed service company in the industry.

“The collaboration spirit between Jalin, Danareksa and Telkom is expected to be able to support the business acceleration, along with the group and holding synergies,” said Danareksa’s CEO Arief Budiman.

Telkom’s Director of the Strategic Portfolio Achmad Sugiarto also conveyed his message for Jalin’s future projections and business strategies, shortly before the event ends.

“With the support of Telkom and Danareksa, it is expected that Jalin will be able to prepare a more attractive Business Plan in the future, so that it can grow even stronger amid the recent dynamic business developments,” Achmad said.

Danareksa Acquires Majority Share of Jalin Pembayaran Nusantara

Danareksa Acquires Majority Share of Jalin Pembayaran Nusantara

Jakarta – PT Danareksa (Persero) has officially aquires the majority shares of PT Jalin Pembayaran Nusantara, a subsidiary of PT Telkom Indonesia (Persero) which was marked by the acquisition signing by Danareksa President Director Arief Budiman and Telkom President Director Ririek Adriansyah at the Ministry of BUMN building, Jakarta (19/6).

“Danareksa with its robust access to the national financial system, hopefully will provide opportunities for Jalin to contribute to the national payment industry efficiency,” said Jalin Pembayaran Nusantara’s President Director Otto Benny Hantoro.

The 67% acquisition of Jalin’s shares by Danareksa is in accordance with the initial plan of its establishment, that majority ownership would be transferred to a designated state financial services holding. Previously, Jalin was fully owned by Telkom Indonesia since it was founded in 2016.

Jalin’s main services includes ATM/EDC switching, licensed as principals and switching institutions of the National Payment Gateway (NPG).

Jalin is expected to support more efficient financial transaction services to the community, as well as contributing to the national economic growth.

Danareksa President Director Arief Budiman, said that ‘switching’ activities carried out by Jalin were businesses that supported the banking sector and the financial industry which is in line with the Banking and Financial Services Holding plans, therefore Jalin is contributing to improve the quality of financial services infrastructure.

“Through its efficiency accomplishment that have been and will continue to be carried out by Jalin, it is expected to reduce bank switching costs, manage ATMs and ultimately reduce transaction costs that is currently borne to the customer,” Arief explained.

Jalin Consolidation allows Danareksa to own a subsidiary with strategical role in the financial industry, therefore Jalin is expected to be beneficial for Danareksa in increasing its involvement in the development of the Indonesian financial industry.

Meanwhile, Telkom’s President Director Ririek Adriansyah also added that this collaboration is a manifestation of the company’s synergy with the State’s Owned Financial Enterprise (BUMN) that had been planned since the beginning of Jalin’s establishment.

Ririek added that, Telkom fully supports this corporate action and expect the future of digital banking implementation or the national payment system will become wider and easier which can accelerate the development of Indonesia’s digital economy.

Interview with SWA Magazine: Jalin and SSI Aims to Strengthen Telkom Group

Interview with SWA Magazine: Jalin and SSI Aims to Strengthen Telkom Group

Thursday, May 23, 2019 – Swa Magazine visited Jalin headquarters that is located in Mega Kuningan Area – Jakarta. With a warm atmosphere, the magazine had a robust discussion with PT Jalin Pembayaran Nusantara CEO Otto Benny Hantoro about digitizing the banking ecosystem, especially about the role of Jalin’s as one of the vital figures in the national payment system industry that aims to strengthen Telkom Group.

As a national switching institution, Jalin is obliged to develop domestic digital payment technology. Otto explained that Jalin’s main services, ATM switching and Debit switching, are part of the company’s contribution for the national payment system with lower switching fees to four Himbara banks (State’s Owned Lender Association).

“With the existence of Jalin and SSI as part of Telkom Indonesia’s subsidiaries, the Telkom Group is also able to quickly provide end-to-end ICT solutions to create a better customer experience.” – SwaOnline, May 29, 2019.

To achieve Jalin’s target in managing 58 thousand units of Himbara’s ATM this year, Jalin collaborates with various partners within Telkom Group to accelerate the implementation of its business.

Jalin’s business implementation acceleration was also supported by the development of ATM Managed Service initiative, and various technological investments made.

Under the National Payment Gateway (GPN) program, Jalin is committed to provide efficiency within the domestic payment system through secure, convenient and trusted digital transaction services.


Read more at SwaOnline: https://swa.co.id/swa/business-update/telkom-metra/jalin-dan-ssi-perkuat-telkom-group-dalam-mendukung-digitalisasi-ekosistem-perbankan