Morningstar‘s Stock Analysis PBIIF
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Company Profile PBIIF
PT BFI Finance Indonesia Tbk is a financial company operating in Indonesia providing finance for vehicles, heavy equipment, trucks and machinery, housing, and shops, as well as for procurement of goods and services. The company's main business is the financing of used four-wheelers. It also offers the financial lease of heavy equipment for metal mining, general contractors, agriculture, and transportation sectors. The company operates its business in two segments which are Consumer financing and Financial lease. The company has a presence in Java, Kalimantan, Sumatera, and Sulawesi.
South Tangerang, 15322, IDN
Competitors & Peers PBIIF
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FAQs for PT BFI Finance Indonesia Tbk Stock
No. PBIIF does not currently have a forward dividend yield.
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PBIIF’s stock style is Mid Value.
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