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Agenda Overview

Day 1: Wednesday, May 17, 2017

8:15AM Registration and networking coffee
9:00AM Conference opening remarks
Tony Shale, Chief Executive Officer, Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC
Ari Soerono, President Director & Chief Executive Officer, PT Indonesia Infrastructure Finance
9:10AM Keynote speech: Ministry of Finance
H.E. Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Minister of Finance, Ministry of Finance, Republic of Indonesia
9:30AM Keynote speech: BKPM
Thomas Lembong, Chairman, Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM)
9:50AM In-depth analysis: Government infrastructure development accelerators

Indonesia has experienced another busy year. The introduction of the asset recycling initiative and deregulation packages, encouragement of the transportation concessions sale to the private sector, establishment of the MoF´s PPP unit and LMAN land acquisition agency, and implementation of the tax amnesty programme. These are just some of the latest government initiatives aimed at streamlining and speeding up infrastructure development in the country.

  • How successful have these initiatives proven to be?
  • What issues have been solved and what still needs to be addressed?
  • How has the private sector benefited and responded to these developments?
  • What’s expected to be addressed next and what opportunities does that present to your business?
Raj Kannan, President Director, Tusk Advisory
Dr. Ir. Bastari Panji Indra, Assistant Deputy for Housing, Land and Infrastructure Financing, Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs
Ari Soerono, President Director & Chief Executive Officer, PT Indonesia Infrastructure Finance
Rainier Haryanto, Program Director, The Committee for Acceleration of Priority Infrastructure Delivery (KPPIP) of the Republic of Indonesia
10:50AM Coffee break and networking
11:15AM Getting equity investors on board – what would make infrastructure deals more attractive for them?
  • What regulatory hurdles are preventing investors from being more involved?
  • What are the key risk considerations and how can they be mitigated?
  • If the asset recycling programme finally takes off, how attractive are SOE assets for investors?
  • What is the appetite for social Infrastructure projects with availability payment scheme?
  • What returns can be expected?
Harold Tjiptadjaja, Managing Director & Chief Investment Officer, PT Indonesia Infrastructure Finance
Aristo Setiawidjaja, Director, Olympus Capital
Adam Worthington, Managing Director, Macquarie Capital (HK) Ltd
Sandiaga Uno, Co-Founder, Saratoga Capital
Bharat Joshi, Investment Director, Indonesia, Aberdeen Asset Management
Edward Gustely, Managing Director, Penida Capital
12:05PM “Ready for Tender” projects showcase
  • Hear from representatives of selected government agencies on what private sector projects – including PPPs – are going to be tendered in the upcoming months and understand how your business can take part in these deals.
12:40PM Lunch

Power & Energy

2:00PM Putting the spotlight on PLN
  • IJGlobal will conduct an in-depth interview with a senior representative of PLN to get insights on the most recent “ready for tender” IPPs, PLN´s plans for developing the grid, shifting electricity subsidies to new projects, possibilities to speed up licencing process and encouraging renewable energy projects to take off across the archipelago
Mia Tahara-Stubbs, Senior Reporter, Asia-Pacific, IJGlobal
2:30PM The great power panel – where is Indonesia´s most critical infrastructure sector heading?
  • What is the impact of PLN´s 10% upfront payment demand from bidders for IPPs on the industry?
  • How can grid transmission challenges be addressed?
  • How can future power projects avoid land acquisition issues?
  • What regulatory roadblocks have to be addressed to encourage captive power investments?
  • How will rising coal prices affect PLNs focus on renewables?
  • What are the key takeaways from the Java 1 Power Plant project?
Hilda Savitri, Managing Director, Chief Investment Officer, PT Indonesia Infrastructure Finance
Daniel Ginting, Partner, Ginting & Reksodiputro in association with Allen & Overy
Duncan John Ritchie, Senior Vice President, Head of Power, Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group
Masashi Kanai, Chief Representative of Jakarta Representative Office, ITOCHU Corporation
Adrian Lembong, Director of Technology, PT Adaro Power
Fazil Erwin Alfitri, President Director, PT Medco Power Indonesia
3:20PM Coffee break and networking
3:40PM Renewables – how are they reshaping Indonesia’s energy mix and where are the opportunities?
  • What is the government´s strategy to supply 23 percent of the nation’s energy from renewable sources by 2025?
  • How can geothermal exploration and tender process issues be overcome?
  • Are renewable energy subsidies, proposed tax cuts for renewable energy producers and feed-in tariffs, including new solar FITs, sufficient?
  • What can future deals take from Indonesia’s first-ever wind farm project in South Sulawesi?
  • What other wind, solar and hydro projects are in the pipeline?
Geoffrey Tan, Managing Director, Asia Pacific, U.S. International Development Finance Corporation
Yuichiro Yoi, Senior Investment Specialist, Private Sector Operations Department, Asian Development Bank
Irman Boyle, Executive Vice President, Public Advisory Group, PT Indonesia Infrastructure Finance
Akio Kajimoto, Chief Financial Officer, PT Supreme Energy Muara Laboh
Mia Tahara-Stubbs, Senior Reporter, Asia-Pacific, IJGlobal
Abhishek Yadav, Country Manager Indonesia, The Tata Power Company Ltd. – Representative Office, Indonesia
4:30PM Pertamina’s Perspective on the Indonesian Refining and Power Sectors
  • Will more large-scale downstream projects follow the example set by Tangguh LNG deal?
  • What are the latest plans for increasing oil refining capacity and gas distribution and what opportunities does this present to the private sector?
  • What would be the appropriate risk allocation to attract overseas and domestic developers?
  • What is Pertamina´s strategy for entering joint ventures with foreign developers?
Aris Mulya Azof, Vice President Finance, PT Pertamina (Persero)
Robert Johnson, Senior Vice President, Natural Resources, Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group
Duncan John Ritchie, Senior Vice President, Head of Power, Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group


2:00PM Mitigating air traffic challenges with Angkasa Pura I and II
  • PwC Indonesia & IJGlobal will conduct an in-depth interview with representatives of both Angkasa Puras to explore their plans for developing new airports, expanding the existing ones and to understand what opportunities this will bring to the private sector
Djoko Murjatmodjo, Director of Operations & Engineering, PT Angkasa Pura II (Persero)
Baron Laudermilk, Asia Pacific Editor, IJGlobal
Gautsil Madani, Senior Vice President of Corporate Strategic Development, Angkasa Pura II
2:30PM Toll roads and highways – is Indonesia finally paving the way for wider private sector involvement?
  • What opportunities does the SOE asset recycling programme present to the market?
  • When is Jasa Marga expected to lease the first O&M concessions to the private sector?
  • How can financing challenges of Trans-Sumatra and Trans-Java toll roads be addressed?
  • What´s the appetite of international banks in financing these projects?
  • When will “availability payment-based PPPs” be used for toll road deals? What´s the level of interest from investors and developers?
Thomas Bigueure, Asia Pacific Development Director, VINCI Concessions
Herry TZ, Head of Indonesia Toll Road Authority (BPJT), Ministry of Public Works and Housing
Pancaran Affendi, Deputy General Manager & Executive Vice President, Head of Global Corporate Banking & Financial Institution, The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd. Jakarta Branch
Julian Smith, Adviser, Capital Projects & Infrastructure, PT PricewaterhouseCoopers Indonesia Advisory
Robert Hardy, Technical Director – Transport, Indonesia Infrastructure Initiative (IndII)
3:20PM Coffee break and networking
3:40PM Ports – is there a private sector role in expanding capacity and reducing logistics costs?
  • What coordination issues between the Pelindos, Ministry of Transportation and other government agencies have to be addressed to get the private sector involved in implementation of the 2013´s National Port Masterplan?
  • What would encourage the Pelindos to partner with the private sector? Where are the opportunities for joint ventures?
  • How will upcoming port projects be financed? What financing options are preferred?
  • How has the industry dealt with Bank Indonesia´s regulation on an obligatory local currency revenue stream?
Elvyn G Masassya, President Director, PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero)
Nano Aryono, Director, PT Samudera Terminal Indonesia
Julian Smith, Adviser, Capital Projects & Infrastructure, PT PricewaterhouseCoopers Indonesia Advisory
4:30PM Presentation: Rail – how to realise the potential of Indonesian railroads?
  • What is the progress of Trans-Java railway and Makassar-Parepare projects?
  • Has the Jakarta-Bandung HSR project without a government guarantee set a precedence for future rail deals?
  • What lessons can we learn for future PPP rail projects from the Soekarno-Hatta Airport Rail Link?
  • Does the government have a strategy to utilize private sector involvement when developing the rail networks?
Didiek Hartantyo, Managing Director, Finance, PT Kereta Api Indonesia
4:50PM Presentation: Mass Rapid Transit – what has been achieved and what still needs to be accomplished to develop Indonesia´s first MRT system?
  • What is the progress of Jakarta MRT project?
  • What were the obstacles and how were they overcome?
  • What are the future plans for upgrading Jakarta MRT? Where the financing will come from?
  • Where are the opportunities for the private sector in Jakarta´s next public transportation & MRT network development?
Agung Wicaksono, Director of Operations and Maintenance, PT MRT Jakarta
5:00PM .
5:05PM 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.
5:40PM Chairman´s closing remarks followed by cocktail reception

Day 2: Thursday, May 18, 2017

8:30AM Registration and networking coffee
9:00AM Chairman´s opening remarks
9:10AM Keynote address
H.E. Dr. Basuki Hadimuljono, Minister of Public Works and Housing, Republic of Indonesia
9:30AM Opportunities in provincial and regional projects – are provincial and regional governments complying and contributing towards the Central Government’s infrastructure agenda?

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 can they deploy and how much has to be raised from the private sector?
  • What are the prospects of municipal bonds?
  • How successful has Makassar´s regional PPP initiative been so far and what lessons can other cities learn from this?
  • How invested are the private sector into the regional and provincial story?
Mia Tahara-Stubbs, Senior Reporter, Asia-Pacific, IJGlobal
Mochamad Ridwan Kamil, Mayor of Bandung, Republic of Indonesia
David Ray, Adviser, Capital Projects & Infrastructure, PT PricewaterhouseCoopers Indonesia Advisory
Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, Governor of Jakarta, Republic of Indonesia
10:30AM Non-bank debt financing – what is the government´s strategy to utilize insurance and pension fund money?
  • How much capital can be deployed by institutional investors for infrastructure projects?
  • Will Indonesia´s Social Security Fund (BPJS Ketenagakerjaan) lead the way?
  • What insurance companies may follow AIA and commit to invest in infrastructure deals?
  • What level of interest do institutional investors have in project and corporate bonds?
Makoto Okubo, General Manager, International Affairs, Nippon Life Insurance Company
Indrawati Darmawan, Director & Chief Financial Officer, PT Indonesia Infrastructure Finance
Krishna Syarif, Director of Investment, Social Security Administrator for Employment Programs (BPJS)
11:20AM Coffee break and networking
11:50AM Closing panel: Bank financing – what does the future hold for project & infrastructure finance in Indonesia?
  • What tenors, pricing and structures can international and domestic banks offer?
  • How much local currency funding can be deployed by overseas and local banks?
  • What would enhance US dollar financing in sectors outside of power?
  • How can international banks collaborate with domestic financial institutions? Is there a will?
  • What projects and sectors will DFIs and ECAs focus on going forward?
Lamtiurda Hutabarat, Senior Investment Officer, Lead - Infrastructure and Natural Resources, Indonesia, IFC, part of the World Bank Group
Jung Hwa Seo, Chief Representative, Indonesia, The Export-Import Bank of Korea (Korea Eximbank)
Louis Taylor, Chief Executive, UK Export Finance
Jason Humphreys, Partner, Allen & Overy LLP
Shin Sugiura, Chief Representative, Representative Office in Jakarta, Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC)
12:40PM Close of the conference