Wed Mar 31 WIB (7 months ago)
In your timezone (EDT): Tue Mar 30 11:00pm - Wed Mar 31 12:30am
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
Governor, Bank Indonesia
Vice President, Operations, Credit Guarantee and Investment Facility
Managing Director, Head of Asia-Pacific Corporates, Fitch Ratings
Senior Director, Head of South/SE Asia Industrial, Fitch Ratings
Senior Director, Head of Asia-Pacific Infrastructure & Project Finance Ratings, Fitch Ratings