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BCA continuously strives to improve the financial literacy and inclusion index of the Indonesian people. BCA implements several programs, such as:

  • Financial Literacy Education for Students, which is conducted to improve financial management skills from an early age. The program is held in several schools and campuses across Indonesia, including the Bakti BCA Assisted Schools. Participants are expected to gain knowledge related to banking characteristics, characteristics of banking products and services, financial management, and tax characteristics in banking. BCA chose a method that is fun and easy to grasp by participants to ensure the material is well-received. The program is held through webinars (online) and face-to-face (offline).
  • Financial Literacy Education to the public is carried out in various regions of Indonesia. The public is expected to gain basic knowledge of banking, banking products, services, and taxation as well as about financial management that can be applied in their daily lives.
  • Financial Literacy Education to Families of Indonesian Migrant Workers (Saba Desa) is conducted to introduce financial management, knowledge of financial products/services, and socialisation of Financial Institution Remittance Cash payment facilities.
  • BCA actively supports the financial literacy program, Financial Literacy Education with Mobil Literasi Keuangan (SiMOLEK) initiated by the OJK (Financial Services Authority). The aim is to increase the financial literacy and inclusion index in areas with relatively inadequate infrastructure. The participants come from various walks of life, such as MSME players, private employees, civil servants, to lecturers and students.