Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – The banking sector is one of the weight support sectors Composite Stock Price Index (IHSG). Prospects for bank shares are bright, although still in a pandemic situation Covid-19.
The shares of PT Bank Central Asia Tbk (BBCA) and PT Bank Rakyat Indonesia (Persero) Tbk (BBRI) are one of the promising stocks that have the potential to generate ‘cash’.
However, it turns out that there are still stocks that are attractive to investors besides BBCA and BBRI. For example, Bank Syariah Indonesia shares, with the ticker code BRIS.
“This is interesting because Islamic banks are said to be merged and we see that this is the only bank in Indonesia that will be large, and we see that the prospects are very good,” said Head of Online Trading Ciptadana Sekuritas Zabrina Raissa in CNBC Indonesia’s Investment Program, yesterday.
“But indeed the market appreciates the conditions and news sentiment that adorns Islamic banking. So we can see that Islamic banking stocks have also increased significantly. But in the mid and long term, there are good prospects,” he continued.
In addition, several banking issuers that need attention are banks that are starting to explore digital businesses such as BTPN and Bank Jago (ARTO).
“Bank Arto is interesting and we will look again at the conditions in which banking in Indonesia is in the digital era, one of the Arto Banks is active in transforming, plus the presence of Go-Jek entering Arto. Very interesting,” said Zabrina.
“BTPN, genius can also be said to be successful. From BCA bank to digital transformation and other digital products, BRI too,” he explained.