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    BJB is Second Winner of All Indonesia Regional Development Bank Sports and Art Week

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    BANDUNG-Sports and Art Week(Porseni) Regional Development Bank (BPD) throughout Indonesia which took place in Bandung ended Sunday night.

    Porseni placed Bank Sumsel Babel as the overall champion with achievement of 8 gold, 9 silver and 10 bronze.

    While the second champion is BJB Bank with 7 gold medals, 4 silver and 6 bronze. The third rank is Jatim Bank with 5 gold, 2 silver and 4 bronze.

    A total of 26 Regional Development Banks (BPD) throughout Indonesia following the Sports and Art Week (Porseni) XII 2017 in Bandung, West Java.

    President Director of Bank BJB Ahmad Irfan said, Porseni is followed by about five thousand athletes and official who will compete for medals and the overall champion.

    "This year BJB is the host for all athletes of BPD," he said.

    Ahmad Irfan added that Porseni is not only competing in sports and art, but the point is to unify BPD throughout Indonesia in order to further strengthen business synergy.

    The branches that are contested are 12 sports and 9 branches of art. Where are the details of sports such as Golf, Volleyball Indoor, Sand Volley, Tennis, Karate, Billiards, Chess, Futsal, Table Tennis, Badminton, Shooting, and Basketball. While 9 branches of art that are contested are Folksong, Poco-poco, Pop Singer, MTQ, Adzan, Counting Money, Fashion Show, Ambassador Bank, and Band Festival.

    26 BPDs participating include Bank Aceh Syariah, Bank Sumut, Riaukepri Bank, Bank Nagari, Bank Sumsel Babel, Bengkulu Bank, Jambi Bank, Lampung Bank, Bank DKI, bank bjb, Bank Jateng, BDP DIY Bank, Bank Jatim, Bank Kalbar , Bank
    Kalteng, Bank Kaltim, South Kalimantan Bank, Bank Sulselbar, Bank Sultra, Central Sulawesi Bank, Sulutgo Bank, Bank BPD Bali, Bank NTT, Bank NTB, Maluku Maluku Bank and Bank Banten. Jo

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