Company Milestone

1999
The Company was founded in Jakarta on July 15th.

2001
The Company's Initial Public Offering

2003
The Company became a holding company for financial services sector.

PT Bhakti Asset Management and PT Bhakti Finance became subsidiaries of the Company.

2004
PT Bhakti Securities was officially establised. The Company's securities activities were transferred to PT Bhakti Securities.

2010
The Company acquired PT UOB Life Sun Assurance, and changed its name to PT MNC Life Assurance (MNC Life).

2011
The Company acquired PT Jamindo General Insurance, and changed its name to PT MNC Asuransi Indonesia (MNC Insurance).

PT Bhakti Asset Management, PT Bhakti Finance and PT Bhakti Securities changed their names respectively to PT MNC Asset Management, PT MNC Finance and PT MNC Securities.

2012
The Company changed its name to PT MNC Kapital Indonesia Tbk.

2013
The Company issued Shelf Registration Bonds I Phase I of Rp225 billion with 5-year tenor to strengthen its subsidiaries' working capital.

2014
The Company conducted a Limited Public Offering I through Pre-Emptive Right Issue (HMETD) in the amount of 2,615,276,045 shares with total proceeds of Rp2.35 trillion.

The Company acquired share ownership of PT Bank ICB Bumiputera Tbk, officially becoming the controlling shareholder and changed its name to PT Bank MNC Internasional Tbk.

The Company acquired 99.99% share ownership of PT Indo Finance Perkasa, and changed its name to PT MNC Guna Usaha Indonesia.

2015
The Company conducted a Limited Public Offering II through Pre-Emptive Right Issue (HMETD) II in the amount of 551,474,960 shares with total proceeds of Rp827.21 billion.

2016
Seven business units under the Company built a faster infrastructure foundation and invested in important areas.

The Company obtained funds from the execution of warrants in the amount of Rp824.3 billion.

2017
PT MNC Securities changed its name to PT MNC Sekuritas.

The Company inaugurated MNC Financial Services integrated branch offices in Surabaya, Pekanbaru, and Medan to provide a “one-stop” financial service stemming from its seven business units to the customers.