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Event Date Wed Mar 31 WIB (over 1 year ago)
In your timezone (EST): Tue Mar 30 11:00pm - Wed Mar 31 12:30am
Location Webinar
Region APAC

Indonesia has responded swiftly to the Coronavirus pandemic with a broad range of relief measures that include direct cash transfers, provision of basic foods, guarantees and tax incentives. The authorities have also taken some exceptional, temporary measures, which include a suspension of a deficit ceiling of 3% of GDP and central bank financing of the deficit. Even so, rising infections and a string of natural disasters such as floods, have complicated movement restrictions and other efforts to tackle the crisis.

Key topics include:
• Is the worst over for Indonesian Corporates and Indonesian Infrastructure entities? What’s next for Indonesian homebuilders, coal miners and the textile producers?
• Liquidity and refinancing risk for Indonesian Corporates
• Has state support assumptions changed for Indonesian SOEs
• Pandemic impact on infrastructure investment and spend


2021 Speakers


Perry Warjiyo
Governor, Bank Indonesia


Anuj Awasthi
Vice President, Operations, Credit Guarantee and Investment Facility

Buddhika Piyasena
Managing Director, Head of Asia-Pacific Corporates, Fitch Ratings

Vicky Melbourne
Senior Director, Head of South/SE Asia Industrial, Fitch Ratings

Sajal Kishore
Senior Director, Head of Asia-Pacific Infrastructure & Project Finance Ratings, Fitch Ratings