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.
- The introduction of technology and innovations in the property development industry
- Philanthropic innovation in business models and capital efficiency strategies
- Policies and regulations shaping the ecosystem for a positive property development
- Making a positive environmental impact in Indonesia
- Creative investment vehicles
- Driving ESG investment in Indonesia
- Building impact investing portfolio
- How to consider risk when developing an impact investing strategy for your business
- Understanding the sensitivities and nuances of conducting impact investments in different cultural contexts
- Identify and execute deals that yield financial, social and environmental returns
- Islamic funds for sustainable investment assets
- Gender-lens investing: Investing in women
- Investible ideas for a sustainable society
- Coordinating and partnerships making differences in society
Ryan Roth, CEO, Kabu & Co. & Founder, TEDxCanggu & Economist
Thierry Sanders, CEO, Mekar
Mahendra Datu, Innovation Influencer & Director, Anantara Resources
Hizkia Gouw, Principle Architect, HGarchitects
Dini Widiastuti, Executive Director, Yayasan Plan International Indonesia
Mason Tan, Founder & CEO, Garden Impact Investment Pte Ltd
Tiara Azarine Utomo, Sustainable Finance Support Specialist, UNDP
Riki Frindos, Executive Director, KEHATI Foundation
Dewi Elyana, Chief of Advocacy and Outreach, Tropical Landscapes Finance Facility (TLFF)
Ara Kusuma, Co-founder and Facilitator, TeenChanger & Fellowship and Youth Programme, Ashoka Indonesia
Gordian Gaeta, Chairman, Wealth & Society Programme; and
Urs Bolt, Advisor, Wealth & Society Programme