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22 August 2019  Jakarta, Indonesia

Wealth & Society Indonesia 2019

Transforming the World We Share



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Wealth and Society Indonesia 2019

Featuring thought leaders on philanthropy and impact investment

Dialogues on trends that are transforming how wealth is generated and preserved for the betterment of societ

Network with wealth experts from around the globe

If you would like to use your wealth to be relevant to society and take advantage of all the innovations in wealth creation, this conference is for you.

Event Details

Transforming the world that we share

Indonesia is the fourth most populous country in the world, with a population estimated at 269 million in 2019. Indonesia’s national motto, ‘Unity in Diversity’ is a reference to its heterogeneous religious, cultural and ethnic traditions. The size and scope of the philanthropic sector reflects the country’s changing geographic and economic landscape.

The largest economy in Southeast Asia, Indonesia has charted impressive economic growth since overcoming the Asian financial crisis of the late 1990s. The country’s gross domestic product (GDP) per capita has steadily risen, from $807 in the year 2000 to $3,877 in 2018.

Along with GDP growth, the wealth of HNWIs in Indonesia recorded the highest increasement in the region in 2016, up 14.3% to $184billion. Despite the fact that the high net worth community is inclined to diversify investments outside their home markets concerned about economic risks at home, Indonesia is the most mature market for impact investing in Southeast Asia, with Private Impact Investors (PIIs) deploying $148.8 million across 58 deals over the past decade, with Development Finance Institutions (DFIs) being consistently active in Indonesia, cumulatively deploying more than $3.6 billion in impact capital through 67 deals.

Yet, Indonesia faces several challenges. Most domestic capital has concentrated in mainstream private equity, sovereign debt, or philanthropy, very few investors in Indonesia have a full-time local presence, which limited interactions with potential investees. Furthermore, except for one disclosed deal, there are no records of exits from impact investments in Indonesia. Data on returns remain limited.

Wealth & Society Indonesia 2019 will encourage action-oriented conversations with a wide range of high-profile senior executives, asset management companies, influential investors, sovereign wealth fund directors, philanthropists and other industry professionals to showcase and recognise the positive impacts that they have been creating in society. We will also share case studies on learning how to use your wealth and be relevant to society. It will help us start thinking of where wealth will be generated and how we can participate, for the benefit of mankind and our shared future. A platform created to gather a highlevel audience of leaders in business, government, technology, philanthropy and academia from around the world

  • Latest developments and key trends in wealth creation and preservation in Indonesia
  • Regional philanthropy outlook
  • How financial technology are disrupting giving
  • Challenges and way forward for gender lens adaption
  • Role of Islamic finance
  • How are the next generation of Indonesian creating and spreading wealth in society?
  • Impact Investing Showcase with case studies from organisations making a difference in Indonesia
  • High-net-worth individuals who are serious in the deployments of wealth into impact investing
  • Private bankers and family offices; Digital wealth and technology startups
  • Foundations and philanthropic organizations
  • Professional service providers, lawyers and accountants
  • And anyone who is interested in redefining wealth
Transforming the world that we share

Indonesia is the fourth most populous country in the world, with a population estimated at 269 million in 2019. Indonesia’s national motto, ‘Unity in Diversity’ is a reference to its heterogeneous religious, cultural and ethnic traditions. The size and scope of the philanthropic sector reflects the country’s changing geographic and economic landscape.

The largest economy in Southeast Asia, Indonesia has charted impressive economic growth since overcoming the Asian financial crisis of the late 1990s. The country’s gross domestic product (GDP) per capita has steadily risen, from $807 in the year 2000 to $3,877 in 2018.

Along with GDP growth, the wealth of HNWIs in Indonesia recorded the highest increasement in the region in 2016, up 14.3% to $184billion. Despite the fact that the high net worth community is inclined to diversify investments outside their home markets concerned about economic risks at home, Indonesia is the most mature market for impact investing in Southeast Asia, with Private Impact Investors (PIIs) deploying $148.8 million across 58 deals over the past decade, with Development Finance Institutions (DFIs) being consistently active in Indonesia, cumulatively deploying more than $3.6 billion in impact capital through 67 deals.

Yet, Indonesia faces several challenges. Most domestic capital has concentrated in mainstream private equity, sovereign debt, or philanthropy, very few investors in Indonesia have a full-time local presence, which limited interactions with potential investees. Furthermore, except for one disclosed deal, there are no records of exits from impact investments in Indonesia. Data on returns remain limited.

Wealth & Society Indonesia 2019 will encourage action-oriented conversations with a wide range of high-profile senior executives, asset management companies, influential investors, sovereign wealth fund directors, philanthropists and other industry professionals to showcase and recognise the positive impacts that they have been creating in society. We will also share case studies on learning how to use your wealth and be relevant to society. It will help us start thinking of where wealth will be generated and how we can participate, for the benefit of mankind and our shared future. A platform created to gather a highlevel audience of leaders in business, government, technology, philanthropy and academia from around the world

  • Latest developments and key trends in wealth creation and preservation in Indonesia
  • Regional philanthropy outlook
  • How financial technology are disrupting giving
  • Challenges and way forward for gender lens adaption
  • Role of Islamic finance
  • How are the next generation of Indonesian creating and spreading wealth in society?
  • Impact Investing Showcase with case studies from organisations making a difference in Indonesia
  • High-net-worth individuals who are serious in the deployments of wealth into impact investing
  • Private bankers and family offices; Digital wealth and technology startups
  • Foundations and philanthropic organizations
  • Professional service providers, lawyers and accountants
  • And anyone who is interested in redefining wealth

Speakers and Moderators

Thierry-Sanders
CEO
Mekar
Hizkia Gouw
Principle Architect,
HGarchitects
Mahendra Datu
Business Development Advisor
PT Bintraco Dharma Tbk
Urs Bolt
Advisor,
Wealth & Society Programme
Gordian Gaeta
Chairman,
Wealth & Society Programme.
Mr. Urs Bolt
Advisor,
Wealth & Society Programme

Mr. Bolt has more than 25 years of experience as a senior banker working in the financial services industry, most recently at Credit Suisse. He focuses on wealth management, investment banking, risk & regulation, and financial technology business and his expertise centres on developing and launching new digital business platforms and establishing prime services for high net-worth and ultra-high-net worth clients. His focus is to help financial technology (fintech) and regulatory technology companies and financial service providers review/refocus business strategies, develop products and markets, execute sales, scout for fintech solutions and start-ups, build business partnerships, and implement corporate structures and process.

Thierry Sanders
CEO,
Mekar

Hizkia Gouw
Principle Architect
HGarchitects

Mahendra-Datu
Business Development Advisor
PT Bintraco Dharma Tbk

Paul Forrest
Chair,
Leadership Development, Business Growth & Thought, MBN Solutions

John Holder
Chief Technologist,
Realities Centre London

Graeme McGowan
Advisory Council Member,
The Global Cyber Academy

Sally Eaves
Global Strategy Advisor-Blockchain,
AI, Fintech

Sam Tidswell-Norrish
Principle,
Motive Partners
Former Chief of Staff to UK Prime Minister’s Business Ambassador

Gordian Gaeta
Chairman,
Wealth & Society Programme.

Gaeta has been a banking consultant for around 25 years, and is one of Asia’s leading banking consultants and risk control experts. He has advised and served many of the leading financial services organisations across Asia and close to half of the top 100 banks worldwide. He specialises in developing and implementing analytical solutions for complex strategic issues in financial services-related industries undergoing significant change or being exposed to intricate risk issues.

Gaeta has published around 20 articles on banking and financial services and several books, notably “Frontiers in Credit Risk” and “Opportunities in Emerging Markets”. He is also a regular speaker on the international conference circuit, and a Guest Lecturer at several universities.

Emmanuel Daniel
Chairman, The Asian Banker

Founder of The Asian Banker, the most respected provider of consulting and intelligence in the financial services industry in the Asia Pacific region and other emerging markets. Mr. Daniel has led it to become a combination of leading industry research, publication and consulting house, with a strong reputation worldwide.

AGENDA

13:30

Welcome Note

Gordian Gaeta, Chairman, Wealth & Society Programme

14:00

Workshop

Auditing your impact investment

15:30

Roundtable Dialogue on “The future of Impact Investment in Indonesia”

Indonesia is a strong advocate of the Sustainable Development Goals and is committed to achieving them and improving livelihoods for the poorest communities. There is a definite move in Indonesia to give back to society due to the limited resources available to the poor. The ultra-wealthy are increasingly interested in leaving a legacy and providing more for society at large through philanthropic activities, which can be undertaken with higher levels of confidence.

Private wealth is increasingly being deployed in areas that have been identified under the United Nation’s sustainable development goals. Be it in environment, education, healthcare, or social change, there are opportunities for investors to have the best of both worlds – create social impact and make good financial returns

According to Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report 2015, Indonesia has a higher expected growth in wealth population than Singapore and Hong Kong, with 54% increment of the number of HNWI by 2020

With the recent increase in number of HNWI in Indonesia the wealth sector is facing new opportunities as well as challenges at the same time.

In this roundtable we will discuss the current wealth management landscape challenges and perspectives for the near future as well as Indonesia’s HNWI seeking impact investing and philanthropy.

  • Regional perspectives on how HNWIs give back to society
  • The introduction of technology and innovations in the wealth management sector
  • How to achieve successful family transitions and succession planning?
  • Wealth creation for upcoming generations
  • Digital philanthropy for public participation
  • Philanthropic innovation in business models and capital efficiency strategies
  • Beyond impact investing: creating employment and empowering future generations by building new businesses
  • How to measure the impact of the SDGs
  • The new era of Indonesian philanthropy: its central role in the country development and the government policy processes
  • Main barriers and opportunities in deploying impact investment
  • Policies and regulations shaping the ecosystem for impact investing
  • Islamic funds for sustainable investment assets
  • Advent of digital wealth platform
  • Gender-lens investing: Investing in women
  • Making a positive environmental impact in Indonesia
  • Creative investment vehicles
  • Building sustainable city
  • Auditing Impact Investment Principles
  • Coordinating and partnerships making differences in society

Speakers and panellists include:
Thierry Sanders, CEO, Mekar
Cynthia Salim, Director of Content & Community, Straits Clan


Session co-chaired by Gordian Gaeta, Chairman, Wealth & Society Programme; and Urs Bolt, Advisor, Wealth & Society Programme

13:30

Welcome Note

Dr. Gordian Gaeta, Chairman, Wealth & Society Programme.

14:00

Workshhop
  • Auditing your impact investment

15:30

Roundtable Dialogue on “The future of Impact Investment in Indonesia”

Indonesia is a strong advocate of the Sustainable Development Goals and is committed to achieving them and improving livelihoods for the poorest communities. There is a definite move in Indonesia to give back to society due to the limited resources available to the poor. The ultra-wealthy are increasingly interested in leaving a legacy and providing more for society at large through philanthropic activities, which can be undertaken with higher levels of confidence.

Private wealth is increasingly being deployed in areas that have been identified under the United Nation’s sustainable development goals. Be it in environment, education, healthcare, or social change, there are opportunities for investors to have the best of both worlds – create social impact and make good financial returns.

According to Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report 2015, Indonesia has a higher expected growth in wealth population than Singapore and Hong Kong, with 54% increment of the number of HNWI by 2020.

With the recent increase in number of HNWI in Indonesia the wealth sector is facing new opportunities as well as challenges at the same time

In this roundtable we will discuss the current wealth management landscape challenges and perspectives for the near future as well as Indonesia’s HNWI seeking impact investing and philanthropy.

  • Regional perspectives on how HNWIs give back to society
  • The introduction of technology and innovations in the wealth management sector
  • How to achieve successful family transitions and succession planning?
  • Wealth creation for upcoming generations
  • Digital philanthropy for public participation
  • Philanthropic innovation in business models and capital efficiency strategies
  • Beyond impact investing: creating employment and empowering future generations by building new businesses
  • How to measure the impact of the SDGs
  • lorThe new era of Indonesian philanthropy: its central role in the country development and the government policy processesem
  • Main barriers and opportunities in deploying impact investment
  • Policies and regulations shaping the ecosystem for impact investing
  • Islamic funds for sustainable investment assets
  • Advent of digital wealth platform
  • Gender-lens investing: Investing in women
  • Making a positive environmental impact in Indonesia
  • Creative investment vehicles
  • Building sustainable city
  • Auditing Impact Investment Principles
  • Coordinating and partnerships making differences in society

Panellists include:
Thierry Sanders, CEO, Mekar
Cynthia Salim, Director of Content & Community, Straits Clan

Co-chaired by:
Gordian Gaeta, Chairman, Wealth & Society Programme; and Urs Bolt, Advisor, Wealth & Society Programme

17:00

End of Roundtable
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