Date: 27th July 2017 Venue: Four Seasons Hotel, Jakarta


09:00 – 09:15 Welcome Remarks
09:15 – 10:00 Islamic Finance and Banking in Indonesia: 2017 and onwards 
With the finalization of the National Committee on Islamic Finance; the formation of the Hajj management fund, BPKH; the establishment of a new Waqf-focused institution; the initiation of the Jakarta Islamic Financial Center and the continuous march of fintech and the development of the Islamic capital markets, 2017 may prove to be a monumental year. We ask the industry’s elite to share their views.
Moderator: Hanim Hamzah — Regional Managing Partner, ZICO Law Network
Panelists: Ahmad Nazmi CamalxamanHead of Islamic Banking, RHB Bank Singapore
Felia Salim — Former Vice-President Director, Bank Negara Indonesia
Herwin Bustaman — Head, Shariah Banking, Bank Maybank Indonesia
Irwan Abdalloh — Head of Islamic Capital Market Development, Indonesia Stock Exchange
Mohamad Safri Shahul Hamid — Senior Managing Director and Deputy CEO, CIMB Islamic
10:00 – 10:15 Keynote Address
Robert Pakpahan —  Director-General of Budget Financing and Risk Management, Ministry of Finance, Republic of Indonesia
10:15 – 10:45 The Indonesian State-Owned and Government-Linked Sector: What Options does Islamic Finance Offer?
Potentially large and mostly untapped, does this sector offer interesting and viable opportunities for Islamic finance and banking in Indonesia? What issues do state-owned enterprises face and what solutions could Islamic finance offer? We hear views from a cross-section of issuers and arrangers.
Moderator: Azleena Idris — Managing Director and Head of ASEAN, SHAPE Knowledge Services
Panelists: Dimas Wikan Pramudhito — Finance Director, Antam
Indar Barung – Head of Financing and Investment, Sarana Multi Infrastruktur
Ricky Antariksa
Executive Vice-President, Head of Public Sector and and Energy, Bank Maybank Indonesia
Tunggul Rajagukguk — Finance Director, Waskita Karya

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10:45 – 11:00 Presentation: Shariah investing on Bursa Malaysia-i
Jamaluddin Nor Mohamad Bursa Malaysia
11:00 – 11:30 Coffee Break
11:30 – 12:00 Funding Infrastructure Requirements in Indonesia: Opportunities for Islamic Finance
Estimates suggest that Indonesia may potentially require US$500 billion of infrastructure financing in the coming years. What role does Islamic finance, in particular Musharakah-based financing structures and project Sukuk, offer? We examine active sectors, structures, risks and opportunities in this exciting area.
Moderator:  Ruslena Ramli — Head of Islamic Finance, RAM Rating Services
Panelists: Bernardus R DjonoputroCountry Head of Infrastructure and Capital Project, Financial Advisory, Deloitte Konsultan Indonesia
Hitesh AsaportaManaging Director, Capital Markets, Emirates NBD Capital
Ibrahim Ali ShoukryResident Representative and  Director, IDB Group
Iman Rachman — Finance Director, PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II
12:00 – 12:20 Onstage Interview: Does Islamic Investing Cost?
An empirical study: Evaluating investing in Social Responsible Investments (SRI), Islamic or Conventional
Panelists: Kavilash Chawla — Partner, Baton Global and Visiting Scholar, Drake University, the US
Syed Mashafuddin Syed Badarudin — Head of Institutional & Compliance Business, CIMB Principal 
12:20 – 12:30 Presentation: Waqf as a Method of Mobilizing Funds in Indonesia
Akhmad Affandi Mahfudz
Director, ZICO Shariah
12:30 – 12:40 REDTALKS
Innovative ideas to advance the industry

Blockchains: Mining Numbers Not Gold
Mark SmalleyCo-founder and CEO, Neuroware
12:40 – 13:15 Ethical, Sustainable and Responsible Finance, Investment and Development in Indonesia
With interest in responsible investing and sustainable development ever increasing, Islamic finance products that are also ethical and sustainable offer financial institutions and asset managers an opportunity. We look at the buy-side as well as the potential offered by capital raising instruments such as green Sukuk.
Moderator: Ramlie Kamsari — CEO, Nomura Islamic Asset Management
Panelists: Ariff Sultan — Regional Director, IdealRatings
Bharat JoshiInvestment Director, Aberdeen Asset Management
Intan Syah Ichsan — Chief Operating Officer, Samuel Aset Manajemen
13:15 – 13:25 Potential Collaboration between Indonesia and Jordan for the Advancement of Islamic Finance 
Mufti Hamka Hasan —  Chairman & CEO, P.T. Hati International
13:25 – 14:10 Preparing for the Future: Financial Technology in Indonesia
In light of OJK’s 2016 release of the first Indonesian FinTech regulations, what does the advancement of technology mean for financial institutions in Indonesia? We analyze opportunities and challenges as well as likely industry shifts and developments in product and delivery channels.
Moderator: Noor Meurling — Senior Foreign Legal Consultant, Dewi Negara Fachri & Partners in association with Hogan Lovells
Panelists: Adrian Gunadi — Co-Founder and CEO, Investree
Dima Djani — Founder and CEO, ALAMI
Dondi Hananto — Principal, Unitus Impact/ Kinara Indonesia
Ronald Yusuf WijayaCo-founder, Ethisventures
14:10 – 15:30 Luncheon and Networking





CIMB Islamic

CIMB Principal Islamic Asset Management


The Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector (ICD)International Islamic Trade Finance Corporation


Centre for Excellence in Islamic Finance (CEIF), IBA
The RFI Foundation


Bank Muamalat Indonesia
Emirates NBD Group
Maybank Indonesia
RAM Rating Services
RHB Bank Singapore
Samuel Aset Manajemen
Sarana Multi Infrastruktur (PERSERO)


Bursa Malaysia


Hogan Lovells


AZP Legal Consultants


Indonesia Jordan Business Council


Islamic Finance news
IFN Corporate
IFN Education


Asia First


Oxford Business Group


AlHuda Centre of Islamic Banking and Economics
Business Islamica
Capital Business
China Go Abroad
Executive Women
Smart Investor
SME Magazine
True Banking Magazine
Voices of Leaders