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Credit Spotlight: Indonesia Stays The Course As Global Uncertainties Rise

Tuesday, May 30, 2023 | 12:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. WIB
Main Hall, Indonesia Stock Exchange, Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav 52-53, Jakarta Selatan 12190, Indonesia
3.5 hours

Please join S&P Global Ratings and PEFINDO for an in-person seminar on Tuesday, May 30, in Jakarta, Indonesia


Subject matter specialists from both organizations will provide views and insights on Asian sovereign metrics, regional and local corporate sector outlook, and the path ahead for sustainable finance in Asia-Pacific.


Agenda Highlights
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Keynote Address by Ministry Of Finance, Republic Of Indonesia 

Keynote Address by Financial Services Authority (OJK) 

Sustainability, Through Regional And Indonesian Lenses:

  • Key ESG themes for the near and longer-term
  • Sustainable capital markets, thoughts on the way forward

Bertrand Jabouley, Head of Sustainable Finance, Asia-Pacific, S&P Global Ratings 

Asia-Pacific Corporate Credit In A Post-COVID World: Higher Rates And Inflation

  • How has COVID transformed operations, balance sheets and access to funding across Asia-Pacific?
  • Have SOEs weathered the storm better than private companies?
  • Funding channels: are companies in Emerging Asia kicking off their U.S. dollar addiction?
  • What have defaults and bankruptcies of the past three years taught us about the process and recovery for creditors?

Xavier Jean, Senior Director, Corporate Ratings, Southeast Asia, S&P Global Ratings 

Lessons From COVID: What's The Health Of Indonesian Private And State-owned Corporate Sector?

  • Rating/outlook changes before, during, and after COVID
  • Credit conditions Of Indonesian corporates
  • Restructuring and access to funding by SOEs

Yogie Perdana, Vice-President of Non-financial Institutions Ratings, PEFINDO 

Asian Sovereign Metrics Hold Steady In Challenging Times: Indonesia In Context

  • Government debt of several Asian sovereigns grew significantly during the pandemic
  • Indonesian industrial policy shows its impact as the world changes
  • Continued export and fiscal revenue growth should anchor the government’s credit standing

Kim Eng Tan, Senior Director, Sector Lead, Sovereign Ratings, Asia-Pacific, S&P Global Ratings  


*Agenda is subject to change until day of event

We look forward to you joining us.


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