The road to success for the Indonesian Financial Services Industry

We are pleased to introduce the first annual international convention for senior executives within the Indonesian banking community the Indonesia International Banking Convention in Jakarta, to be held on the 16th of February 2012. The event has been specially created to update the Indonesian financial community with international best practices and to bring together leaders from innovative banks in Indonesia and from around the world. This event will also further raise the profile of Indonesia on the world stage.

The conference will be opened by Mr. Sigit Pramono, chairman of the Indonesian Banks' Association (Perbanas) and independent Commissioner at Bank Central Asia. As President Director of Bank Negara Indonesia from December 2003 until 2008, Mr. Promono implemented a highly successful internal restructuring program. He successfully resolved the issue of non-performing loans at Bank Mandiri, as well as implemented a critical strategy at Bank Internasional Indonesia that turned around its loss making business.

 

Featuring a leadership dialogue from Anthony Thomson, Chairman and Co-Founder of Metro Bank, United Kingdom. The first new 'High Street bank' in the UK for over 150 years taking on the established institution by offering unparalleled levels of customer service and convenience. Anthony Thomson is showing one of the oldest banking establishment in the world what customers want and is taking the lead.

To answer the vital question of how the sector will develop in 2012 with the rise of mobile and ecommerce whilst managing regulation and risk The Asian Banker has created this interactive forum that is specially designed as a conversation point between senior bankers in Indonesia with the international community including banks, service providers and technology vendors who wish to learn in greater detail about the Indonesian banking industry.

The conference offers unique opportunities for International players who wish to use the conference to build their businesses in Indonesia as well as for the Indonesian banks to interact closely to the mainstream global banking industry site.

To capture this engaging debate and to bring the best practices and benchmarks from around the world the format of this event will be highly interactive to facilitate the learning and testing of ideas. The conference agenda, in response to the rapidly changing landscape of the Indonesian banking system will include discussions on:

  • Leadership
  • Retail banking
  • Innovation, Technology & Operations
  • Risk management
  • Wealth Management
  • Payments
  • Others

Click here for the programme agenda.

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