- Anies baswedan
Governor of Jakarta
PRESS RELEASE Audiensi Indonesia & Saudi Arabia Business Council
Jakarta, 18 Oktober 2019 – Dinas Penanaman Modal dan Pelayanan Terpadu Satu Pintu Provinsi DKI Jakarta melalui Jakarta Investment Centre (JIC) menerima kunjungan delegasi Indonesia – Saudi Arabia Business Council sejumlah 30 orang di Kantor Jakarta Investment Centre, Lantai 5, Mal Pelayanan Publik Provinsi DKI Jakarta. Kunjungan tersebut diselenggarakan pada Selasa, 15 Oktober 2019 dan merupakan kunjungan investor yang kedelapan selama tahun 2019.
Dalam kegiatan tersebut, Bapak M. Hasan Gaido selaku Presiden ISA-BC memberikan sambutan dan memperkenalkan delegasinya. “Kami ingin membangun jembatan Indonesia-Saudi bagaimana pengusaha Saudi dan Indonesia, mampu berkolaborasi dan bersinergi untuk melakukan transaksi B2B (business to business)”. Sambutan dilanjutkan oleh Bapak Maher Saleh Alnahdi selaku ketua SI-BC, Bapak Soetanto Soehodho selaku Deputi Gubernur Bidang Industri, Perdangan dan Transportasi Provinsi DKI Jakarta, dan Bapak Salman Dianda Anwar selaku pendiri Jakarta Tourism Forum.
Adapun sesi one on one meeting, dimana para calon investor melakukan diskusi mendalam dengan pemilik proyek untuk melakukan investasi di Provinsi DKI Jakarta. Para calon investor sebelumnya telah mendapatkan booklet terkait daftar proyek – proyek di Jakarta yang disiapkan oleh Jakarta Investment Centre. Proyek yang dimaksud antara lain; Condominium, Office Tower, Hotel, Mall, Flats, Warehouse dan E-Commerce dari PT. JIEP, LRT, TOD, LRT Loopline dan ITF dari JAKPRO, Commercial Development, Affordable Housing, TOD dan Land Development dari Sarana Jaya, Pulomas Office Park, Equistrian Residence dan Commercial dari PT. Pulomas Jaya, dan MRT dari PT. MRT. 8. Kegiatan dilanjutkan site visit ke PT. KBN. Kegiatan site visit diharapkan dapat meningkatkan ketertarikan calon investor terhadap proyek – proyek yang ditawarkan.
Jakarta Investment Centre yang diresmikan pada 31 Juli 2018 adalah sebuah organisasi perangkat daerah yang memfasilitasi investor untuk berinvestasi di DKI Jakarta. Selain itu JIC juga merupakan salah satu wujud Pemerintah Provinsi DKI Jakarta untuk meningkatkan realisasi investasi di Jakarta baik dalam negeri maupun luar negeri.
ADB approves $100 million loan to kickstart private investments in infrastructure
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a US$100 million intermediary loan to the government to help kickstart private sector investments in infrastructure projects as several state-owned enterprises (SOEs) in charge of infrastructure development struggle to secure funds for their projects. “The loan is expected to help mobilize private sector investments to develop and finance much-needed infrastructure projects,” ADB country director for Indonesia Winfried F. Wicklein said in a statement.
“ADB’s assistance will hopefully help close the infrastructure financing gap in Indonesia and raise the quality and standards of infrastructure projects.” Wicklein said that under the Leveraging Private Infrastructure Project the government would on-lend the ADB loan proceeds to PT Indonesia Infrastructure Finance (IIF) through state-owned infrastructure financing firm PT Sarana Multi Infrastruktur (SMI) as ADB considered both companies to be vital partners in the country’s infrastructure financing landscape.
ADB country economist Yurendra Basnett said IIF would then proceed to lend its funds on commercial terms to infrastructure projects deemed in line with the company’s and ADB’s guidelines. The loan would cover projects in health, renewable energy, telecommunications and transportation sectors, he added.
“ADB’s assistance is expected to leverage a multiple of the loan amount in the form of additional private sector investments in important infrastructure projects and in doing so help deliver value for money to the government,” Basnett said. In 2018, ADB committed $21.6 billion in loans and grants to support several countries in the Asia-Pacific region. Several SOEs have struggled to access large long-term sources of funding. Earlier this year, state firms in charge of infrastructure development turned to creative financing schemes to obtain funds for their projects as regular investors expressed reluctance over putting their money in long-term investments.
Through the PPP scheme, this is the advantage of investing in the airport sector
Currently the Government's expenditure to finance the transportation infrastructure development is very large, for this reason an appropriate way to find alternative funding and the PPP scheme is considered to be a surefire trick that can be done. A number of advantages can be obtained by private parties interested in investing in the airport sector with the government through the PPP scheme. Ernst & Young Indonesia's Transaction Advisory Services Partner, Sahala Situmorang said that the opportunity for the private sector to invest in the wide-open airport sector must be utilized as much as possible. This is mainly because the Indonesian government is also actively promoting infrastructure development through cooperation schemes with private institutions.
According to Sahala, there are a number of positive impacts that can be enjoyed by the private sector if they decide to cooperate with the government through the PPP scheme. One of them is diversification of income obtained. The private sector will get two types of income, namely the aeronautical and non-aeronautical sectors. Another potential advantage is the return of investment which tends to be higher compared to other sectors. The many factors related to PPP in this field make the investment risk in the airport sector quite high. Nevertheless, Sahala said that high risk was followed by an equally high return on investment. One of the reasons is because of the varied sources of income.
The Director General of Civil Aviation, Polana B. Pramesti said the PPP was the right scheme, because in addition to being able to find alternative funding for airport development, it could also create healthy competition between airport managers so that they would be more professional in providing services to the public. She also said, another thing that we would find if Indonesia opened this collaboration was to indicate that the country's economy was healthy for investment so that foreign investors were open.
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*T = IDR Trillion
1st Quarter (January - March 2019)
Target 100,2 T
Foreign 14,3 T
Domestic 10,4 T
Total 28,7 T
4th Quarter (Oct - Des 2018)
Target 93,6 T
Foreign + 15,6 = 67,2 T
Domestic + 7 = 48 T
Total 115,2 T
Projects F(78) + D(17) = 95
3rd Quarter (July - September 2018)
Target 70,2 T
Foreign + 15,6 = 46,1 T
Domestic + 7 = 26 T
Total 71,1 T
Projects F(74) + D(13) = 87
2nd Quarter (April - June 2018)
Target 46,8 T
Foreign + 10,5 = 30,5 T
Domestic + 10,1 = 19 T
Total 49,5 T
January = 14,7 IDR Trillion
February = 20,4 IDR Trillion
March = 20,9 IDR Trillion
April = 9 Trillion
May = Management System Transition
June = Management System Transition
July = 15,1 T
August = 9,2 T
September = Management System
October = Management System
November = Management System
December = Management System
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By Developing ITF Sunter, Jakarta Will Not Depend Solely on TPST Bantargebang Anymore
All these years, DKI Jakarta has always relied merely on the Integrated Waste Management Center (TPST) Bantargebang as their only waste dumping area. However, Provincial Government (Pemprov) of DKI Jakarta perfectly understands that in the next couple of years this TPST Bantargebang will be overload.
Therefore, one of the options that Pemprov DKI Jakarta carries out to face this issue is to encourage the community to change their behavior in treating the wastes by establishing waste management facility inside the city area which is called Intermediate Treatment Facility (ITF).
The location of this ITF is in Sunter area, North Jakarta and it is targeted to be completed in 2022. At this moment, this ITF Sunter is in the stage of pre-construction of civil works (building foundation). Meanwhile, the ITF machine itself is still in the fabrication phase at BW Volund Denmark. The President Director of Project Strategic Business Unit Intermediate Treatment Facility (SBU ITF), Aditya Bakti Laksana, stated that after signing tipping fee agreement with Environmental Office of DKI Jakarta and Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with PT. PLN on 16 October 2019, his side will immediately start the preparation of construction work process.
Aditya explained that technology used at this ITF Sunter is of the 3rd generation, which is the newest and the most advanced, whereas this technology has been installed and operated in Denmark since the end of 2017, and therefore can be considered as the most up-to-date technology. The method used in this technology is by burning the waste inside the confined chamber at temperature of 1,000 centigrade. This incineration process can reduce 80 to 90 percent of initial waste weight. The remaining residual of this ITF is considered as environment friendly.
Head of Energy and Electricity Division of DKI Jakarta, Edward Napitupulu, said that after the construction of this ITF completed, there will be oversupply of energy allocation in Jakarta. The energy will be delivered to the office buildings. Some small portion of the energy will be used for ITF Sunter as sample case and the remaining will be distributed to PLN Disjaya and to PLN that will purchase the power.
Not only that, the construction of ITF will continue to three other locations to simplify the waste management process at downstream. Head of Environmental Office of DKI Jakarta, Andono Warih, explained that the construction of these three other ITFs is being formulated. It is expected within next year his office already choose the partner(s) to construct those three ITFs. So far, around 7,000 tons of wastes from Jakarta are dumped at TPST Bantar Gebang everyday. If this continues, TPST will be over capacity by 2021.
Permodalan Bank Mandiri Akan Rilis Obligasi Rp 1 Triliun
PT Bank Mandiri Taspen will issue bonds in the Sustainable Public Offering (PUB) scheme worth a total of Rp 4 trillion until 2022. For phase 1, the company is aiming for a target of Rp 1 trillion "The issuance of these bonds is an effort to diversify while improving the long-term funding structure," said the Director Main Bank Mantap, Josephus K. Triprakoso on the sidelines of the PUB investor gathering in Jakarta, Wednesday (10/22/2019).
The bonds are divided into two series, namely Series A with a three-year tenor and a coupon indication of 7.9 percent-8.1 percent and Series B with a tenor of five years with a coupon rate of 8.10 percent to 8.35 percent. "For the composition rate in the PUB phase 1 structure, it refers to incoming bids from investors," said Josephus K. Triprakoso. He said this corporate action was the company's initiative to support business continuity going forward and to anticipate increasingly fierce competition in the banking industry.
In order to issue these bonds, the company has obtained the rating of the bonds by PT Fitch Rating Indonesia with an AA rating. As for the underwriters are PT Mandiri Sekuritas, PT BCA Sekuritas, PT BNl Sekuritas and PT Danareksa Sekuritas. The book building period will be conducted from 23 October to 6 November 2019. Furthermore, the electronic bond distribution is planned to be conducted on 26 November 2019 with the target of listing on the Indonesia Stock Exchange on 27 November 2019.
Bank Mandiri is looking for liquidity in the capital market due to expansive credit growth. At the end of August 2019 loans reached Rp 18.69 trillion, growing 34.6 percent from the year-ago period. Credit growth that is higher than DPK growth causes the loan-to-funding ratio (LFR) to reach 93.38 percent as of August 31, 2019. "It is expected that the issuance of this phase 1 bond can reduce the LFR ratio by the end of 2019 projections in the figure is 90.50 percent, "said Fajar Ari Setiawan.
Until the end of August 2019, the total assets of the Mentap Bank were Rp 24.55 trillion or grew by around 41.7 percent, while Third Party Funds reached Rp 18.37 trillion or grew 40.5 percent. For lending around Rp 18.69 trillion, an increase of 34.6 percent. Specifically for the disbursement of pension loans in the amount of Rp. 17.32 trillion with a percentage of growth of 41.3 percent, while the net profit of Rp. 270.7 billion, up 19.6 percent from the previous year period. Currently Bank Mantap has a network of 318 offices spread across 34 provinces.