The 2006 Indonesia Investment Conference will be held March 20-21, 2006 at The Westin Resort, Nusa Dua, Bali.
Scheduled to be open by President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono with addresses from leading members of the United Indonesia Cabinet and top regional financial executives, the conference is expected to attract key players from Indonesia's business sector.
Impressive Line-Up of Speakers
Among those expected to speak or participate in workshops focusing on natural resources, telecommunications and the power sector are:
• H.E. Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, President, Republic of Indonesia
• Dr. Boediono, Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs, Republic of Indonesia
• Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Minister of Finance, Republic of Indonesia
• Dr. Purnomo Yusgiantoro, Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources, Republic of Indonesia
• Sugiharto, Ministry of State Owned Enterprises, Republic of Indonesia
• Muhammad Lutfi, Chairman, National Investment Coordinating Board, Republic of Indonesia
• Stuart Dean, President, GE Southeast Asia
• Ira Eddymurthy, Senior Partner, Soewito Suhardiman Eddymurthy Kardono (SSEK)
• Jan Glinski, President Director, Alcatel
• Francois Grossas, Principle Investment Officer, Indonesia, International Finance Corporation
• Darrell Johnson, Vice President and Member of the Board of Governors, American Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia
• Lavin Mok, Managing Director, Oppenheimer Funds
• Christopher Newton, President Director and Chief Executive Officer, PT Energi Mega Persada
• Ralph Parks, Chairman Asia Pacific, JPMorgan Chase
• Will Rathvon, Global Head of Project and Export Finance, Standard Chartered Bank
• Andrew Steer, Country Director, The World Bank, Indonesia
• Roger Suyama, President Director and Head of Investment Banking, Merrill Lynch Indonesia
• German Vegarra, Country Manager for Indonesia and Malaysia, International Finance Corporation
Conference Topics and Issues
The various speakers and workshop sessions are expected to address the following questions:
• How does the government plan to develop a robust domestic economy?
• How are fuel subsidies expected to affect Indonesia in 2006?
• How will the banking sector be developed in the year ahead?
• Are current regulations allowing investors to effectively access Indonesia’s growth?
• What are going to be the hot sectors in the year ahead?
Attendance is Free to Qualified Participants
Attendance is by application, available via the Web Site link provided or by calling Alexander Pang in Hong Kong at ++852 2842 6991.
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