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Agenda Overview

Day One: Tuesday 24th May 2016

08:15 Registration and networking coffee

09:00 Conference opening remarks

  1. Tony Shale, Chief Executive Officer - Asia, Euromoney Institutional Investor
  2. Ari Soerono, President Director & Chief Executive Officer, PT Indonesia Infrastructure Finance (IIF)

09:10 Keynote speech: Understand the future opportunities in Indonesia related to the macroeconomic environment

  1. H.E. Agus D W Martowardojo, Governor, Bank Indonesia*

09:30 Keynote speech: Expectations for public and private funding for energy and infrastructure projects

  1. H.E. Bambang Brodjonegoro, Minister of Finance, Republic of Indonesia

09:50 Keynote speech: Learn about Indonesia´s latest initiatives for enhancing infrastructure development across the archipelago

  1. H.E. Darmin Nasution, Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs, Republic of Indonesia*

10:10 Accelerating sustainable infrastructure development in Indonesia – when can we expect to see more deals?

  • Key government institutions and their role in streamlining project procurement processes
  • Synergies between government institutions, state-owned enterprises and the private sector
  • Update on the establishment of Indonesia´s Infrastructure Bank
  • Impact of the new incentive programmes and policies on infrastructure investment
  • Availability of the insurance and pension fund long-term capital and its importance in sustainable infrastructure development
  • Evaluation of the impact of the new land acquisition law and BKPM´s one-stop service
  1. Ari Soerono, President Director & Chief Executive Officer, PT Indonesia Infrastructure Finance (IIF) 
  2. Emma Sri Martini, President Director, PT Sarana Multi Infrastruktur (Persero) ("PT SMI")
  3. Julian Smith, Adviser, Capital Projects & Infrastructure, PT PricewaterhouseCoopers Indonesia Advisory
  4. Yos Harmen, Deputy Director of Energy and Water Resources Infrastructure, Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM)
  5. Moderator: Febiani Tedja, Senior Consultant, Control Risks

11:00 Networking coffee break

11:20 Exploring Indonesia as an investment target compared to other Asian markets

  • What opportunities exist for investors outside of the power sector?
  • What level of political and commercial risk are investors willing to accept?
  • Investment strategies, holding period and expected returns
  • Key lessons learnt from investing in infrastructure projects around the globe – how applicable are best practices employed outside of Indonesia?
  1. Sandiaga Uno, Co-founder, Saratoga Capital
  2. Kanishk Bhatia, Investment Director, Infrastructure, Hastings
  3. Krishna Suparto, Commissioner, PT Asuransi Jiwa Sequis Life
  4. Adam Worthington, Managing Director, Macquarie Capital - Private Capital Markets
  5. Moderator: Euan Low, Infrastructure Advisory Services Director, Mott MacDonald

12:05 Projects´ Showcase followed by Ministerial Debate/Keynote Address

  • Learn about the latest developments on the delivery of priority infrastructure projects and explore what projects will be introduced to the private sector in 2016
  • Understanding government’s plans for infrastructure development in Indonesia
  1. Rainier Haryanto, Program Director, the Committee for Acceleration of Priority Infrastructure Delivery (KPPIP) of the Republic of Indonesia
  2. Irman Boyle, Executive Vice President – Head of Public Sector Advisory, PT Indonesia Infrastructure Finance (IIF)
  3. H.E. Dr. Basuki Hadimuljono, Minister of Public Works and Housing, Republic Indonesia
  4. H.E. Sudirman Said, Minister of Energy & Mineral Resources, Republic Indonesia
  5. Moderator: Tony Shale, Chief Executive Officer - Asia, Euromoney Institutional Investor

13:00 Lunch

Power & Energy and Transportation streams

Power & Energy

  1. Chairman: Hilda Savitrin, Director & Chief Investment Officer, PT Indonesia Infrastructure Finance (IIF) 


  1. Chairman: Julian Smith, Adviser, Capital Projects & Infrastructure, PT PricewaterhouseCoopers Indonesia Advisory

14:00 Working with PLN - the inside view on Indonesia´s 35,000 MW power programme

  • What strategies has PLN implemented to achieve the target?
  • How can the private sector help in meeting these targets?
  • Upcoming IPP projects and expected timelines- Transmission grid developments and the costs involved
  • Update on the new electricity subsidies scheme and feed-in tariffs
  1. Senior representative, PT PLN (Persero)

14:00 How can you benefit from transportation developments in Indonesia?

  • Expected involvement of the private sector in transportation projects
  • What transport subsectors will need most funding? How much will be provided by the government?
  • Role of regional governments in developing transportation networks
  • Future of project financing in transportation and volume risk mitigation
  1. Senior representative, Ministry of Transportation

14:30 Indonesia’s coal-fired & gas-fired power generation – explore the latest opportunities in developing IPP and captive power plants

  • Lessons learnt from the latest IPP power plant deals
  • Upcoming projects including Java 1, 3, 5 & 7 and expected timelines
  • How can lenders best mitigate PLN offtake risk?
  • Captive power – is this a game-changer in contributing towards Indonesia´s 35 GW plan?
  • How can you benefit from the $7-10bn captive power investment opportunities?
  • Financing appetite for IPPs and captive power
  1. Adrian Lembong, Technology Director, PT Adaro Power
  2. Rudy Halim, Managing Director, Arrow Debeur Ventures Limited
  3. Achmad Sudarto, Finance Director, PT Bukit Asam
  4. George Djohan, Country Leader, Gas Power Systems, GE POWER
  5. Sacha Winzenried, Lead Adviser – Energy, Utilities & Mining, PwC Indonesia
  6. Moderator: Irman Boyle, Executive Vice President – Head of Public Sector Advisory, PT Indonesia Infrastructure Finance (IIF)

14:30 How can you maximize your opportunities in the maritime subsector?

  • Opportunities for joint ventures between SOEs and the private sector
  • Implication of the new Bank Indonesia regulations on ports financing
  • Opportunities in the special economic zones and the impact on the maritime sector
  • Developing ports via PPP and BOT schemes
  • How can the development of Tanjung Priok port inspire other projects?
  1. Shen Chao, Chief Representative (Indonesia, the Philippines, and East Timor), China Harbour Engineering Company Ltd.
  2. Orias Petrus Moedak, Chief Financial Officer, PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero)
  3. Harold Tjiptadjaja, Managing Director & Chief Investment Officer, PT Indonesia Infrastructure Finance (IIF)
  4. Anthony Murphy, Commercial Manager - Asia Pacific, BAM International
  5. Moderator: Julian Smith, Adviser, Capital Projects & Infrastructure, PT PricewaterhouseCoopers Indonesia Advisory

15:20 Networking coffee break

15:40 How can the renewables sector contribute to your bottom line in 2016?

  • Where is the potential for wind, solar and hydro power and how do these compare with other energy investments?
  • How is Indonesia leveraging its vast geothermal resources?
  • Impact of the new renewable energy subsidies and feed-in tariffs
  • What deals are likely to follow Sarulla?
  • Risks associated with renewables investment and mitigation strategies
  1. Nisriyanto, Vice President of Business Strategy & Development, Supreme Energy
  2. Lazeena Rahman, Investment Specialist, Private Sector Operations Department, ADB
  3. Hendra Tan, CFO, Star Energy Group
  4. Fazil Erwin Alfitri, President Director, PT Medco Power Indonesia
  5. Moderator: Edward McCartin, Director, Asia Greentech Pte Ltd.

15:40 Evaluating the role of your business in adding 3650 km of new roads by 2019

  • Introduction of new toll road and highway PPP projects
  • Learn about the impact of the Presidential Regulation No. 38/2015 – availability payment scheme and risk allocation
  • Explore the collaborative opportunities between SOEs and the private sector
  • How does the new land acquisition law impact development of road projects?
  • What could be the new financing and delivery strategies?
  1. Robert Hardy, Technical Director – Transport, Indonesia Infrastructure Initiative (IndII)
  2. Edwin Syahruzad, Financing and Investment Director, PT Sarana Multi Infrastruktur (SMi) (Persero) ("PT SMI")
  3. John Scott Younger, Director, PT Nusantara Infrastructure Tbk
  4. Moderator: Julian Smith, Adviser, Capital Projects & Infrastructure, PT PricewaterhouseCoopers Indonesia Advisory

16:25 Discover new project opportunities in the oil and gas/LNG sector

  • Presentation: LNG import terminals - FSRU or Onshore?
  • Opportunities in developing and financing new LNG import terminals
  • Developments in FSRUs market, comparison of FSRU and onshore per unit costs and project structuring
  • Coping with foreign ownership limitation, hedging requirements and other issues
  • Presentation: Dissecting the Donggi-Senoro LNG project: what lessons can we learn?
  • Lessons learnt from the splitting of upstream and downstream financing for the Donggi-Senoro LNG project
  • Opportunities in developing and financing new LNG capacity across Indonesia including the Tangguh LNG expansion
  • Evaluate the involvement of private sector developers in Indonesia´s refinery upgrade plans
  1. Parth Jindal, Finance Director, Höegh LNG Asia
  2. Eka Satria, Development Director, PT Medco E&P Indonesia

16:25 Explore where the opportunities lie for the private sector in the aviation space

  • Review the commercial viability of airport projects
  • Identify where the funding will come from
  • What role will Angkasa Pura 1, Angkasa Pura 2 and the Ministry of Transport play in airports development?
  • Is there space for private EPC contractors and operators?
  1. Sunu Widyatmoko, Chief Executive Officer, AirAsia Indonesia
  2. Capt. Daniel Putut Kuncoro Adi, Business Development Director, Lion Air
  3. David Miles, Chairman/Principal Advisory Services, Ambidji Group
  4. Moderator: Julian Smith, Adviser, Capital Projects & Infrastructure, PT PricewaterhouseCoopers Indonesia Advisory


17:10 Case study: What lessons can we learn from Jakarta MRT for future projects in the rail and public transportation space?

  • Does the deal provide a template for other large-scale public transportation and rail financing?
  • How was Jakarta able to attract funding from Japanese development agencies?
  • What are the future plans for upgrading Jakarta MRT? Where the financing will come from?
  • Opportunities for collaboration with domestic and foreign lenders on further expansion of Jakarta MRT system
  1. Dono Boestami, President Director, PT MRT Jakarta

17:25 Chairman´s closing remarks followed by cocktail reception

Day Two: Wednesday 25th May 2016

08:30 Registration and networking coffee

08:50 Chairman´s opening remarks

  1. Chairman: Jason Coles, General Manager - Asia Pacific, Euromoney Seminars

09:00 Keynote speech: Introduction of Indonesia’s new PPP regulations and the upcoming regional infrastructure project opportunities

  1. H.E. Sofyan Djalil, Minister of National Development Planning, Republic of Indonesia

09:10 Opportunities arising from the inauguration of new regional governments

  • What are the plans of the new regional governments in developing infrastructure?
  • Understand the relationship between central and regional governments
  • Will we see first regional bond financings this year?
  • What are the most active cities in developing infrastructure?
  • Lessons learnt from establishing the Makassar Public-Private Partnership Investment Center (MPI Center) – inspiration for the other cities?
  1. Opening address: Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, Governor of Jakarta, Republic of Indonesia
  2. Mohammad Ramdhan Pomanto, Mayor of Makassar, Republic of Indonesia
  3. Edward Gustely, Managing Director, Penida Capital Advisors
  4. Harold Tjiptadjaja, Managing Director & Chief Investment Officer, PT Indonesia Infrastructure Finance (IIF)
  5. Moderator: Bernardus Djonoputro, Managing Partner, HD Asia Advisory

10:00 Networking coffee break

10:20 Understand how the new era of ECA and DFI financing in Asia following the inception of the AIIB will impact your business

  • How will the AIIB reshape the availability of funding for more challenging projects?
  • What projects will multilaterals and ECAs focus on and finance in 2016?
  • How will Indonesia benefit from the establishment of the AIIB?
  • Is financing of conventional power projects a no-go?
  • Opportunities for collaboration between ECAs and multilaterals
  1. Alejandro Perez, Senior Investment Officer, Infrastructure and Natural Resources – East Asia and the Pacific, IFC
  2. Yuichiro Yoi, Senior Investment Specialist, Private Sector Operations Department, ADB
  3. Hideyuki Tsuchihashi, Chief Representative, Representative Office in Jakarta, JBIC
  4. Adolfo Dindo Abueg, Co-Head Project Finance, Asia Pacific, Korean Development Bank
  5. UM Sung Yong, Chief Representative, Indonesia, The Export-Import Bank of Korea (KEXIM)
  6. Moderator: Zia Azeez, Senior Vice President / Head of Infrastructure & Renewables, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC)

11:10 Networking coffee break

11:30 Explore which sectors and projects are most appealing to overseas lenders

  • What strategies can be used to make infrastructure projects bankable?
  • Evaluation of Jokowi´s presidency – what works and what could be improved?
  • What are the most severe regulatory bottlenecks?
  • Options for currency risk mitigation, available tenors and pricing
  • Islamic finance as a boost to infrastructure development
  1. Agung Wiryawan, Director, Capital Projects & Infrastructure, PT PricewaterhouseCoopers Indonesia Advisory
  2. Ratih (Ipop) Nawangsari, Partner, Ashurst in association with Oentoeng Suria & Partners
  3. Audra Low, Head of Origination & Structuring, Clifford Capital Pte Ltd
  4. Moderator: Ir. R. Ricky S. Natapradja, Director of Credit Insurance Division, PT Asuransi Allianz Utama Indonesia

12:20 How can local liquidity be harnessed to finance Indonesia´s ambitious infrastructure plans?

  • Which sectors and projects are most appealing to domestic lenders and institutional investors?
  • What kind of tenors and loan terms are available for different types of infrastructure projects?
  • How will the recent OJK regulatory changes impact availability of long-term capital?
  • What is the government´s strategy to utilize insurance and pension funds to finance infrastructure projects?
  • What will be the future of shariah financing and project based sukuk issuances?
  1. Dr. Firdaus Djaelani, Chief Executive of Non-Bank Financial Institution Supervision, Otoritas Jasa Keuangan (OJK)
  2. Krishna Syarif, Director of Investment, Social Security Administrator for Employment Programs (BPJS)
  3. Marius Weehuizen, Non-Bank Financial Institution – Asia, ING Bank
  4. Vanessa Wang, Managing Director, Asia Pacific Head of Pensions, Citi Global Markets and Securities
  5. Moderator: Wito Krisnahadi, Director & Chief Risk Officer, PT Indonesia Infrastructure Finance (IIF)

13:10 Close of the conference