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Inward Investment, Cross Border Collaboration and Corporate Sukuk  Issuances


22nd APRIL 2015

Shangri-La Hotel, Jakarta



Indonesia has long been viewed as an attractive investment destination by Asian and Gulf investors. How will the introduction of new regulations affect further foreign investment? What can foreign investors expect, what opportunities exist and how can investors benefit from the country’s regulatory framework promoting Islalmic finance initiatives?


  • Recent regulatory changes : Key issues and concerns facing foreign investors
  • Key issues faces by potential corporate Sukuk issuers
  • Making Indonesia’s corporate issuances attractive to foreign investors
  • Addressing governance and risk issues affecting Indonesia’s Islamic banks
  • Investor protection, recourse to assets, default , insolvency and restricting in Islamic finance: Key practical issues and avoiding costly mistakes
  • Investing in Indonesia in comparison to other Islamic finance destinations: costs, legal considerations, opportunities and sectors



Moderator :

Farouk Abdullah Alwyni : CEO, Alwyni International Capital & Chairman, Center for Islamic Studies in Finance, Economics, and Development (CISFED)


Panelist :

Ali Al Hasimi                       : Managing Partner, Global Advocates, UAE

Amran Mohamad              : CEO, SBI Brunei

Hitest Asarpota                 : Head, Debt Capital Markets, Emirates NBD Capital

Yazit Yussuf                        : Director & Head, Islamic Capital Markets, RHB Investment Bank