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INA and Australia Partner to Boost Cooperation and Investment in Indonesia
June 29, 2024

INA and Australia Partner to Boost Cooperation and Investment in Indonesia

CEO of the Indonesia Investment Authority (INA), Ridha Wirakusumah, and the Australian Ambassador to Indonesia, Penny Williams PSM, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to support Australian investments in Indonesia. This partnership aims to drive significant Australian investments into key sectors in Indonesia, strengthening economic ties and benefiting both nations. This partnership is part of the "Invested: Australia's Southeast Asia Economic Strategy to 2040," announced by Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese in September 2023.

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The IKN Authority and INA officially partnered

The IKN Authority (OIKN) and the INA have officially partnered to attract foreign investors to Indonesia's new capital city project. The partnership aims to leverage INA's network and expertise in managing investments to secure funding and support for various infrastructure projects within the IKN. This initiative is part of a broader strategy to ensure the success of the development of the new capital city, which is expected to be a smart and sustainable city.

INA explores opportunities in North Kalimantan

The Indonesia Investment Authority (INA) is exploring investment opportunities with the North Kalimantan Provincial Government. INA representatives have met with the governor of North Kalimantan to mark concrete steps by the regional government in strengthening investment cooperation to advance the economy and development in North Kalimantan. The meeting between the Governor of North Kalimantan and the Indonesia Investment Authority marked an important first step in exploring North Kalimantan's economic and environmental potential, as well as strengthening cooperation between the public and private sectors in realizing sustainable development in the region.

Indonesia’s sovereign wealth fund eyes green energy transition in $1bn investment plan

Indonesia’s sovereign wealth fund is aiming to invest up to $1bn this year with green energy as one of its priorities, as the south-east Asian country aims to become a hub for energy transition on the back of its vast nickel reserves. The Indonesia Investment Authority is in talks over potential investment in the electric vehicle ecosystem and geothermal energy, and is providing financing for early retirement of coal-fired power plants.

Collaboration of INA and Global Infrastructure Partners for Infrastructure Investment in Indonesia

Indonesia Investment Authority (INA) and Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP) announced a strategic collaboration aimed at bolstering infrastructure development in Indonesia. This partnership signifies a major step forward, combining INA's in-depth local market knowledge and network with GIP’s extensive global infrastructure expertise to collaboratively identify investment opportunities and develop world-class infrastructure in Indonesia.

Indonesia's wealth fund INA looking to double down on private credit

INA is looking to double down on its private lending business with Christopher S Ganis, the former head of Indonesia, APAC private credit at the world’s largest asset manager BlackRock, at its helm. While companies in developed markets can rely on the public market, companies in Indonesia unfortunately cannot. Hence, the need for a substantial alternative capital.

INA Reappoints Haryanto Sahari as Supervisory Board

The Indonesia Investment Authority (INA) reappointed Haryanto Sahari as the supervisory board member from the professional element from 2024 to 2029. This appointment is in accordance with Presidential Decree Number 25/P of 2024. INA stated: "This reappointment is a strategic step by the Government to increase trust in the investment community,"