Indonesia has been striving to close its infrastructure gap and has the increase in infrastructure spending in recent years. The Indonesian Ministry of Finance’s fiscal plan forecasts USD131 billion in private sector financing, USD79.8 billion from State-Owned Enterprises; and USD148.2 billion from State and Regional Budgets.
The Covid-19 pandemic has constrained the Government of Indonesia’s fiscal space, including in financing the Indonesia’s Mid-Term National Development Plan (RPJMN 2020–24) which is the final stage of the nation’s 20-year Long-Term National Development Plan (RPJPN 2005–25), including plans to move the capital to Kalimantan.
This Webinar will provide Indonesian infrastructure key players with Canadian perspectives on the impact of COVID19 on alternative infrastructure financing approaches. The Webinar will also provide Canadian investors with insights on upcoming project priorities and policy developments in Indonesia.
Some of the topics in the Webinar:
1. The roles of public versus private finance modalities in greenfield and brownfield infrastructure projects post Covid-19
2. Structural challenges face by international investors in pursuing infrastructure projects in Indonesia
3. Development of the Indonesian infrastructure debt market to progress from domestic bank lending to more participation of international banks, bond investors
1. Trinnie So, Director, of Compliance and Government & Public Affairs – Asia, Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan (Asia) Limited
2. Gary Tejakusuma, Head of Investment, PT. Asuransi Jiwa Manulife Indonesia
3. Cyril Cabanes, Managing Director, Infrastructure, Asia Pacific, Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ) Singapore
Jeff Delmon, Senior Infrastructure Finance Specialist Infrastructure, PPPs & Guarantees World Bank, Singapore