BNI Syariah Linkage
Linkage Program iB Hasanah is a financing facility where in BNI Syariah as fund owner executes financing to shariah financial institutions (Lembaga Keuangan Syariah/LKS (BMT, BPRS, KJKS, etc)to subsequently be distributed to end-users (micro, small, medium shariah entrepreneurs).Cooperating with shariah financial institutions can be carried out directly or via an Accompanying Institution.
For Accompanying Institutions
- Obtain financing certainty for assisted businesses.
- Receive Ujrah/fee from shariah financial institutions (LKS).
For Shariah Financial Institutions (Lembaga Keuangan Syariah, LKS).
- Aids in the empowerment of shariah financial institutions in Indonesia as micro finance institutions.
- A source of additional funds for shariah financial institutions.
- Raises BNI Syariah’s trust in shariah financial insititutions.
- Accelerates the even distribution of shariah funding to micro, small and medium businesses in the context of helping to reduce poverty.
For Shariah Financial Institutions (Lembaga Keuangan Syariah, LKS)
- The institution must have legal entity status, and have been in commercial operation for at least 3 years.
- To provide annual financial reports from the last 3 years. (In the last annual report, the LKS must have recorded a profit and the financial reports must be audited reports for a credit facility > 5 billion).
- The management, owner and institution itself must not be listed in Bank Indonesia’s Black List or on the list of non-performing loans.
- To submit a copy of the company’s NPWP, as well as the management personnel’s NPWP.
- Copy of KTP (identification document) of management personnel.
A Mudharabah/Musyarakah contract is used in providing financing to shariah financial institutions, whereas the financing contract between shariah financial institutions and end-users can be adjusted to different needs (Murabahah, Mudharabah, Musyarakah, Ijarah).
Duration of Cooperation Agreements
A Cooperation Agreement between BNI Syariah and a shariah financial institution has a maximum duration of 3 (three) years and is extendable subject to an evaluation.
Profit-sharing nisbah for shariah financial institutions refers to the prevailing rate at BNI Syariah, whereas the margin rate for end-users is determined by shariah financial institutions but must not exceed 30% p.a.