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Agenda Overview

Day 1: Tuesday, July 3, 2018

8:00AM Registration and Refreshments
9:00AM Session 1 Macroeconomic Overview

09:00 Chairman’s Opening Remarks

09:05 Welcome Address – TBA

The Future of Indonesian Infrastructure - what are the federal governments’ strategies?

09:05 – 09:20 Senior Executive, Ministry of Finance*

09:35 – 09:50  Senior Executive, BKPM*

09:50 – 10:00 Questions and Answers

10:00AM Leaders’ Debate

Discovering Successful Practices and what is happening in Indonesia:

What is the government´s strategy to supply 23 percent of the nation’s energy from renewable sources by 2025?

The opportunities and challenges of applying a PPP model to infrastructure

When is PPP appropriate?

Risk-sharing mechanisms for PPP’s in Indonesia: an update on the latest regulatory trends and developments

Land acquisition issues – how can these be avoided?

What regulatory challenges are investors facing to encourage bankable power investments?

Green bonds

10:45 – 11:00 Questions and Answers

11:00AM Coffee and Networking Break
11:30AM Showcase of ‘’Ready for Tender’’ Projects

Hear from representatives of selected government agencies on what private sector projects – including PPPs – are going to be tendered in the coming months and understand how your business can be involved in these deals.

12:00PM Session 2 Great Finance Debate
The most significant themes will be kicked off with a brief introduction and followed by an audience vote. Panel members will step in afterwards to argue for or against the audience’s stand. Will you change your position by the end of the debate?
  • How much is project financing expected to increase in the coming 1-2 years?
  • How much of project financing will be sourced from debt capital markets in 5 years time?
  • What tenors, pricing and structures can international and domestic banks offer?
  • How much local currency funding can be deployed by overseas and local banks?
  • Are Green Bonds a potential solution?

12:00 – 12:10 Audience Vote

What would make infrastructure deals more attractive to investors?

What are the risks associated to investing infrastructure and how should they be mitigated?

What regulations are hindering the investors?

Edward Gustely, Managing Director, Penida Capital
Adam Worthington, Managing Director, Macquarie Capital (HK) Ltd
Adolfo Dindo Abueg, Co-Head Project Finance, Asia Pacific, Korea Development Bank
1:00PM Networking Lunch
2:15PM Session 3 Energy & Power

What does the future of Indonesia’s energy and power sector look like?

  • Strategy for energy and power
  • Renewable energy: opportunities and limitations

14:15 – 14:30 Senior Executive, Ministry of Energy*

  • Land acquisition issues – how can these be avoided?
  • PLN’s activity in the power sector
  • Case Study: <insert power project>
  • Suitable financing schemes: examples
  • Development of secondary markets / pricing of assets / Securitisation
  • Lenders’ Perspective
  • Investors Risks
  • What are the off grid opportunities?
Dharma Djojonegoro, Deputy CEO, PT Adaro Power
3:00PM Renewable Energy
  • What can future deals take from Indonesia’s first-ever wind farm project in South Sulawesi?
  • What other renewable projects are in the pipeline?
  • What needs to happen for solar projects to succeed in Indonesia?
  • How do investors evaluate risks?
  • Lenders’ view on solar assets and opportunities in Indonesia
Abhishek Yadav, Country Manager Indonesia, The Tata Power Company Ltd. – Representative Office, Indonesia
Sunil Gupta, Head, Group Renewables and CEO, Sembcorp Green Infra, Sembcorp Industries
Joost van Acht, Senior Investment Manager, Berkeley Energy
3:45PM Session 4 Social Infrastructure & Tourism
  • Success story? Umbulan Water project (invite participants of that project to discuss challenges and how they overcame them). Lessons for the industry
  • What is the appetite for social Infrastructure projects with availability payment scheme?
  • What returns can be expected?
  • Investors and lenders risks perceptions and assessment
  • Regulatory challenges
  • Secondary markets development
  • How is the pipeline of projects being developed?
Delphine Siv, ASEAN Infrastructure Investment Manager, Marubeni Corporation
4:30PM Chairman’s Closing Remarks
5:00PM Cocktail Reception for all Conference Participants

Day 2: Wednesday, July 4, 2018

8:00AM Registration and Refreshments
9:00AM Session 1 Opportunities from Municipalities

09:00 Chairman’s Opening Remarks

09:05 Welcome Address – TBA

Indonesia´s national government is committed to its promise of developing infrastructure. However, lots of decision making and procurement is still in hands of provincial and regional governments that often lack expertise and capacity in structuring projects.


  • How can projects’ bankability issues be addressed?
  • How much funds are available to deploy and how much should the private sector contribute?
  • How invested are the private sector into the regional and provincial story?
  • How successful have regional PPP initiatives been so far and what lessons can other cities learn from this?

09:05 – 09:20 Senior Executive, Ministry of State Owned Enterprises
09:20 – 09:35  Senior Executive, Ministry of Transportation
09:35 – 09:50  Senior Executive, Ministry of Law

09:45 – 09:55 Questions and Answers

10:00AM The Municipal Road Ahead


The Municipal Road Ahead:

What opportunities and projects do the municipalities offer?

Indonesia decentralised: are local governments able to deploy more capital and create project demand?

10:00 – 10:15 TBA


The Municipal need for Infrastructure:

How can investors tap into the opportunities that provincial and regional governments offer?

The rise of municipal touristic areas

Success Story: the development of infrastructure in the Majalengka municipality*

Municipal Bonds

10:50 – 11:00 Questions and Answers

11:00AM Coffee and Networking Break
11:45AM Session 2 PPP’s in Indonesia
  • How applicable are PPP’s in Indonesia?
  • Could PPP’s help closing the infrastructure gap in Indonesia?
  • Success Story: Phillipines – what can Indonesia learn from the precedent set by the Philippines?
  • Regulations, Transparency and Anti-Corruption
  • What role could capital markets play in financing PPP Projects

11:45 – 12:30 Lamtiurida Hutabarat, IFC*

12:30 – 12:40 Questions and Answers


A series of Case Studies and a PPP Panel Debate

  • Real experiences from implenting PPP’s in Asia and how to adapt those practices in Indonesia
Lamtiurda Hutabarat, Senior Investment Officer, Lead - Infrastructure and Natural Resources, Indonesia, IFC, part of the World Bank Group
1:25PM Government Lunch
2:45PM Opportunities in Transportation
  • Can local financing and local currency bonds bring more bankable projects to the Indonesian infrastructure market?
  • Risk mitigation:  Can governments and the private sector work together to achieve acceptable risk levels?
  • A never-ending competition between international banks, institutional investors and local banks in emerging Asian markets means that the potential collaboration is impossible. Agree or disagree?
  • What´s the appetite of international banks in financing these projects?
  • How will upcoming port projects be financed? What financing options are preferred?
  • Does the government have a strategy to utilize private sector involvement when developing the rail networks?
Gautsil Madani, Head of Corporate Strategic Planning & Performance Management, PT Angkasa Pura II (Persero)
3:45PM Sector Focused Roundtables

The off-stage roundtables expand on the previous stream sessions providing more in-depth discussions on selected infrastructure sectors in Indonesia. 8 roundtables representing 8 asset classes, led by industry experts, who will drill into the opportunities in their specific sectors and invite those around the table to share their own views and experiences.