20 March 2010, Indonesia: MWS Indonesia held another outstanding Trainer Certification with BCA, Indonesia.
The Asian monetary crisis in 1997 had a tremendous impact on Indonesia’s entire banking system. In particular, it affected BCA’s cash flow and even threatened its survival. Panic rush forced the bank to seek assistance from the Indonesian government. Somehow full recovery was accomplished later in the same year. In December 1998, third-party funds were back at the pre-crisis level. BCA’s assets stood at Rp 67.93 trillion, as opposed to Rp 53.36 trillion in December 1997. Public confidence in BCA was fully restored, and BCA was released by IBRA to BI in 2000. BCA recovered fully from the financial crisis in 1997 with a vengeance.
Human resource is another key component in BCA’s competitiveness. Its success has always hinged on its professional and high-quality human resources. This is why human resource development has received a priority. At BCA, career development is based on the principles of transparency, equal opportunity, meritocracy and recognition of performance. BCA provides full opportunity for employees to reach their fullest potential by providing a range of training programs so that they can live up to the challenges at the banking industry. BCA is very progressive and open to new ideas and approach to workforce training and has adopted and implemented MWS into its organization.
Kudos MWS Indonesia Team!!! For more information visit http://www.mwsindonesia.com/2010/03/17/bca-elt-certification/