Agenda

Agenda | IIF 2013
DAY ONE, WEDNESDAY 6, NOVEMBER 2013
07.00 - 08.30 Registration & Morning Coffee/Tea 14.00 - 15.00

SESSION FOUR THE GROWTH STRATEGY OF INDONESIA STATE-OWNED ENTREPRISES & THE INVESTMENT NEEDED

  1. The growth strategy of Indonesian State-Owned Entreprises
  2. The landscape of IndonesiaState-Owned Entreprises
  3. What are the major obstacles and how to cope with them?
  4. The strategy of Indonesia State-Owned Enterprises funding
  5. The opportunities to invest in Indonesia State-Owned Entreprises
SPEAKERS:
  1. Dahlan Iskan, Minister of Indonesia State-Owned Entreprises
  2. M. Choliq, President Director of Waskita Karya, Indonesia
  3. Alex J. Sinaga, President Director of Telkomsel, Indonesia
  4. Rusdi Rosman, President Director of Kimia Farma, Indonesia
  5. Emir Satar, CEO & President Director of Garuda Indonesia
MODERATOR: Dow Jones/Bloomberg/Reuters

08.30 - 09.30 IIF Opening Session

SESSION ONE INVEST IN INDONESIA
Welcome Address
Opening Keynote Address by Gita
Wirjawan / Dahlan Iskan / Mahendra Siregar
09.30 -11.00

SESSION TWO THE OUTLOOK FOR INVESTMENT IN INDONESIA

  1. What are the economics and industries to invest in Indonesia?
  2. What are the major obstacles?
  3. How do business cope with the obstacle?
  4. What role should be played by government and business to drive the growth?
SPEAKERS:
  1. Mahendra Siregar, Indonesia Head of Investment Coordinating Board
  2. Andy Xie, Economist, Hongkong
  3. Raden Pardede, Economist, Indonesia
  4. Emma Sri Martini, President Director of Sarana Multi Infrastruktur, Indonesia
MODERATOR: Martin Soong, CNBC Asia

11.00 - 11.30 Networking Break 15.00 - 15.30 Networking Break (with Indonesian music)
11.30 - 12.45

SESSION THREE THE OPPORTUNITY TO INVEST IN REGIONAL GOVERNMENT

  1. The economic growth in province or remote area
  2. The available opportunities to invest
  3. What are the incentives for investor?
  4. What are the major obstacles and how to cope with them?
  5. What role should be played by government to drive the investment?

SPEAKERS:
  1. Joko Widodo, Governor of DKI Jakarta, Indonesia
  2. Isran Noor, Regent of East Kutai Timur, Indonesia
  3. Vicky Lumentut, Major of Manado, Indonesia
  4. Alex Nurdin, Governor of South Sumatera, Indonesia

MODERATOR: Sachin Gopalan, BeritaSatu
15.30 - 16.45

SESSION FIVE GLOBAL INVESTOR VIEW TOWARD INDONESIA INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES

  1. What are the investment priorities?
  2. Why Indonesia is go sexy for investor?
  3. What are the concerns to invest in Indonesia?
  4. What are the expectations of global investors?
  5. What are the global investors suggestions for the growth of Indonesia economy?
SPEAKERS:
  1. Victor L.L Chu, First Eastern Investment Group
  2. Richard John Gnodde, Goldman Sachs
  3. Adam Williams, Morgan Stanley

MODERATOR: Shoeb K. Zainudin, BeritaSatu

12.45 - 14.00 Lunch Networking (with Indonesian vibrant traditional performance)
LUNCH SESSION
16.45 - 17.00 Closing Day One (Indonesian traditional performance)
 
DAY TWO, THURSDAY 7, NOVEMBER 2013
07.00 – 08.30 Registration & Morning Coffee/Tea (with Indonesian music) 10.30 – 11.00 Networking Break (with Indonesian music)
08.30 – 09.30

INVEST IN INFRASTRUCTURE & PROPERTY INDUSTRY

  1. The growth of infrastructure and property industry
  2. What are the major trends?
  3. How should we prepare for tomorrow?
  4. How to cope with free trade investment?
  5. What is the role of government in the growth of infrastructure and property industry?
SPEAKERS:
  1. Trihatma K. Haliman, President Director of Agung Podomoro Group, Indonesia
  2. Peter Sondakh, President Director of Rajawali Group, Indonesia
  3. Stephen Riady, Lippo Group, Indonesia
  4. M. Choliq, President Director of Waskita Karya, Indonesia
  5. Prijono Sugiarto, CEO of Astra International, Indonesia
  6. Richard Joost Lino, Presdir Indonesia Port Company (IPC), PELINDO II

MODERATOR: Reuters Hongkong

11.30 – 12.30

SESSION EIGHT THE VIBRANT OF INDONESIA FINANCIAL MARKET

  1. Overview the growth of Indonesia financial market
  2. What are the major obstacles?
  3. How do business cope with the obstacles?
  4. What role should be played by government and business to drive the growth?

SPEAKERS:
  1. Franky Widjaja, CEO of Sinar Mas, Indonesia
  2. Budi Sadikin, President Director of Bank Mandiri, Indonesia
  3. Jahja Setiaatmadja, President Director of BCA, Indonesia
  4. Harry Supoyo, Country Head of Kim Eng Securities, Indonesia
  5. Mr. Bernard Pouliot, Managing Director of Quam limited

Moderator: Primus Dorimulu, InvestorDaily

12.30 – 14.00 Lunch Networking (with Indonesian vibrant traditional performance)
LUNCH SESSION
09.30 – 10.30 SESSION SEVEN THE GROWTH OF RETAIL INDUSTRY IN INDONESIA
  1. Overview the growth of retail industry in coming years
  2. How to maintain the balance between multinational retailer and large retailer with traditional market, so their presence will not turn o the traditional market?
  3. How do the players in retail business respond the free trade in order to compete in the increasingly erce competition
  4. How to respond the workers’ demand in regards to the wages increases, which directly result in the increased operating cost and production cost

SPEAKERS:

  1. Handojo Muljadi, Tempo Scan Pacic, Indonesia
  2. Anthoni Salim / Franky Welirang, Indofood, Indonesia
  3. Rusdi Rosman, President Director of Kimia Farma, Indonesia
  4. Chairul Tanjung, C.T Corp, Indonesia

MODERATOR: BBC Hongkong
14.00 – 15.30

SESSION NINE WHY INDONESIA IS CONSIDERED AS AN ATTRACTIVE COUNTRY FOR INVESTORS?

  1. Why Indonesia?
  2. What makes Indonesia as an attractive country for investors?
  3. What obstacles are still an issue today?
  4. The role of government and business community to overcome the obstacles
SPEAKERS:
  1. Anthoni Salim, President Director of Salim Group, Indonesia
  2. Isran Noor, Regent of East Kutai Timur, Indonesia
  3. Edwin Soeryadjaya, Chairman of Saratoga Investama Sedaya, Indonesia
  4. Abiprayadi Riyanto, President Director of Mandiri Sekuritas, Indonesia
  5. C.K Chow, Chairman of Hongkong General Chamber of Commerce
  6. Jean Eric Salata, CEO of Baring Private Equity Asia

Moderator: South China Morning Post

15.30 – 16.00 Networking Break
16.00 – 16.30 Closing Address and Invitation to Invest
in Indonesia by Gita Wirjawan/Dahlan Iskan