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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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Manulife, INA Target Real Asset Plays in Indonesia

Manulife Investment Management has partnered with the Indonesia Investment Authority (INA), Indonesia's sovereign wealth fund, to focus on the overarching goal of further developing infrastructure in Indonesia and exploring investment opportunities in real estate and natural capital. The partnership intends to invest its own proprietary capital while also raising funds from third-party investors, both domestic and foreign.

Fitch Assigns Indonesia Investment Authority First-Time 'BBB' and 'AAA(idn)' Ratings; Outlook Stable

Fitch Ratings has assigned Indonesia Investment Authority (INA) Long-Term Foreign- and Local-Currency Issuer Default Ratings (IDRs) of 'BBB' and a Short-Term Foreign-Currency IDR of 'F2'. Fitch Ratings Indonesia has also assigned a National Long-Term Rating of 'AAA(idn)' and a National Short-Term Rating of 'F1+(idn)'. The outlook on the long-term ratings is Stable.

Australia Explores Potential for Trade and Investment Cooperation with Indonesia

Australian Assistant Minister for Trade and Manufacturing Tim Ayres is scheduled to visit Indonesia this week. His visit aims to strengthen trade and investment relations. He will meet with a number of members of the Indonesian cabinet as well as the Indonesian Investment Authority. They will discuss ways to open economic opportunities for these two countries and the region.

APG, ADIA Invest In Indonesia Toll Road

APG Asset Management N.V (APG), together with its wholly owned subsidiary Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) announced investment in the Trans Java Kanci-Pejagan and Pejagan-Pemalang toll roads. For INA, this transaction is a follow-up investment from previous transactions with PT Waskita Transjawa Toll Road and PT Waskita Toll Road, subsidiaries of PT Waskita Karya (Persero) Tbk, for the same assets. This is in line with INA's mission to contribute to sustainable economic development, as well as bringing world-class investor partners to Indonesia.

SOE Hospital Holding Collaborates with INA and Swire

PT Pertamina Bina Medika-Indonesia Healthcare Corporation or SEO Hospital Holding signed a strategic partnership agreement with the INA and Swire Pacific Limited, which is a large global group that has diversified with a focus on health investment. The Ministry of BUMN has hopes for BUMN in the health sector for the transformation to modernize health services significantly to increase value creation in the right way in accordance with the Health Law and the latest Minister of Health Regulations.

Cirebon-1 PLTU Early Retirement on December 2035

The Asian Development Bank together with PT Cirebon Electric Power and INA agreed to carry out early retirement of the Cirebon-1 PLTU in West Java in December 2035. The Cirebon PLTU with a capacity of 660 megawatts will be retired 7 years earlier than expected which supposedly end in July 2042. Meanwhile, the transaction is targeted to be completed in the first half of 2024. This is based on the results of discussions with the owner of the power plant and the Indonesian Government under the ADB's Energy Transition Mechanism program.