Jakarta, Aktual.com – President Director of PT Bank Pembangunan Daerah Jawa Barat and Banten Tbk (BJBR), Ahmad Irfan hope Sri Mulyani as Minister of Finance could succeed the Tax Amnesty program. That is to smooth the arrival of repatriation of funds into the country.

“From our asses were designated as one of the designated bank (to accommodate the repatriation of funds), we hope to succeed the Sri Mulyani’s tax amnesty program,” Irfan said in Jakarta, Thursday (28/7).

Admittedly, the appointment of Sri Mulyani heightening public expectations, especially the financial markets, on the national economy. “Hopefully can be better with his presence,” said Irfan.

Related to repatriation of funds, he expects to sign approximately Rp2.400 trillion. A total of 1,400 trillion entry into the capital markets sector, Rp500 trillion into the banking sector, the rest to other instruments.

He said he also expects to hold funds repatriation as much as possible, although it must compete with other banks. But the moment has been prepared by preparing a varied investment instruments.

“In banking there are about 500 billion of fund repatriation. It is divided into 18 banks. Our target as much as possible anyway. So this is a strategic policy,” he said.

Admittedly, in the midst of economic conditions failed to improve, is not easy to bring the fund repatriation. Because they have to compete with other countries. “Yeah hopefully she (Sri Mulyani) that ‘the right woman on the right place’,” he hoped.