Bank Jateng and Public Prosecutors Office of Pekalongan deals MOU via Online

PEKALONGAN – Covid-19 pandemic is a global outbreak that does not only affect the health sector but also has an impact on the economy and business processes of companies included banks.

The government and financial institutions are currently incessantly conducting credit restructuring to prevent a recession and monetary crisis as before.

In areas, according to directors’ instructions,Bank Jateng of Pekalongan Branch led by Indra Jaya Harun Al Rasjid was also incessantly providing credit relaxation and restructuring. This is in order to boost the regional economy to get better.

“Indeed, the situation outside is currently worrying, since we also cannot allow our regional economy becomes lethargic and has a negative impact to the society,” Indra Jaya said as the Head of Bank Jateng of  Pekalongan Branch.

In addition to providing credit relaxation, on April 27, 2020 Bank Jateng of Pekalongan Branch signed a cooperation agreement (MoU) with Public Attorney’s Office of Pekalongan  Regency.

Unusually, the signing of this agreement is done via online or using a teleconference.

Indra Jaya hopes Bank Jateng of Pekalongan Branch and Public Prosecutor’s Office of Pekalongan can cooperate in the legal assistance, considerations, and other actions in the Civil and State Administration sectors.

“I hope in the future,  the resolution of legal issues can be resolved properly and fairly as possible in order to guard the regional assets and support the growth in Central Java,” said Indra Jaya Harun Al Rasjid.

While the Head of Public Attorney’s Office, Zainal Arifin, hopes Public Attorney’s Office of Pekalongan Regency can help to solve Bank Jateng of Pekalongan Branch problems in the Civil and State Administration sectors.

“Hopefully the collaboration between Bank Jateng of Pekalongan Branch and Public Prosecutor’s Office of Pekalongan City run continuously,” said Zainal Arifin.