Indonesia: Economic Challenges of the Election Winner

Committee Meeting
Asia, Banking & Finance
 
Date and Time: 
14 Mar 2019
08:30 to 10:00
Jeudi, 14 Mars, 2019 - 08:30 to 10:00
Address: 
French Chamber Meeting Room, 541 Orchard Road, #09-01 Liat Towers, Singapore 238881
Registration Dates: 
19 Feb 2019
to
13 Mar 2019

 

Five years later and another presidential election is again due in Indonesia with the incumbent Jokowi facing off in a re-run against Prabowo. However, whoever wins this race would have a formidable task ahead of him to continue to drive the country’s economic development forward.

Challenges that the winner could face include ensuring the IDR stability, addressing the twin deficit issues, driving infrastructure development and strengthening investment growth.

For this talk, Alan Lau, Economist at OCBC Bank, will cover in detail such challenges and his expectations on future policies that could be implemented.


- Please note that this event is restricted to French Chamber members only -


About the speaker:

  • Alan Lau, Economist, OCBC Bank

Alan joined OCBC Global Treasury as an economist in January 2018. He covers both the Malaysia and Indonesia economy where he provides views on the macroeconomic developments of the two countries in areas such as growth, inflation and international trade. His views on the economy have been widely cited by both the local and international media.

Prior to joining OCBC, Alan worked with the World Bank Group and the Performance Management and Delivery Unit (PEMANDU), Prime Minister’s Department Malaysia. Alan holds a B.Sc. in Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).


Terms & Conditions

  • This event is for members only.
  • Full payment is required upon registration. 
  • Should you need to cancel, please do so no later than two working days before the date of the event.
  • No shows will not be refunded.
  • Please note that photographs and videos may be taken during the event for news and publicity purposes.


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