Southeast Asia's business environment and real estate development has grown to a great extent. This is due to strong economic growth, demographic changes, and increased digital uptake. While Singapore stands out in the region with the highest volume of foreign direct investment (FDI), Indonesia has also experienced strong growth.
The growth and opportunities of real estate and business valuation in Indonesia
Tue 8 May 2018
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Double Tree by Hilton Jakarta - Diponegoro, Jl. Pegangsaan Timur No. 17, Cikini - Menteng, Jakarta Pusat, Indonesia, Jakarta Pusat
Indonesian foreign and local investors’ demand for property remains strong because of the large, young population and growing middle class, which is expected to reach 140 million by 2020.
GIC, Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund, has invested US$500 million into Indonesia’s real estate investment. Indonesia’s state-owned pension fund has also invested into these upcoming housing projects. The country’s investment growth in real estate is undoubtedly on the rise.
Increased digital uptake is the trend that has changed the business environment in Indonesia. Competition in e-commerce business among investors rose exponentially and drove early-stage valuations up. Corresponding with the increased focus on technology, intangible assets are becoming even more important to businesses. According to the Chartered Institute of Management Accountant study in 2016, the total value of disclosed intangible assets in Asia has grown by 20% per annum over the past 15 years.
The MAPPI-RICS Valuation and Investment Conference will explore real estate growth, investment and valuation in Indonesia. The conference will cover Indonesia’s economic performance, real estate and business valuation, Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs), Indonesian investment opportunities, the impact of valuation on project developments, and the need for investment in intangible assets.
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Gain valuable insights into Indonesia’s economic, valuation condition and performance from the government.
Get an overview of International Standards in a global marketplace and compare against the local standards.
Hear directly from the authority, developers, valuers, financial advisors and legal advisors on the upcoming strategies and market condition of township, industrial property and green building.
Learn and understand about the risks and regulation on business valuation.
Discover the strategies on how to overcome the challenges in REIT implementation.
Conference chairperson’s welcome
MAPPI welcome address
RICS opening address
Indonesia’s economic performance
Global market conditions and predictions
Impact of overseas real estate investment into Indonesia
Future opportunities and challenges in Indonesia
Indonesian Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs, Republic of Indonesia
Relationship among the international standards: IFRS, IPMS, IVS, ILMS and ICMS.
The importance of international standards to attract foreign investment.
Supporting operations in a global market.
Mr Stephen Williams, Head of Standards, Asia Pacific
The impact of an increased property supply and changed business environment on market transactions in Indonesia.
Developers’ strategy in joint venture, bureaucracy, compensation and funding of the development.
The highest sector of foreign investment in the country.
Valuers’ challenges and legal implications on conflicts from a lack of transparency.
Legal issues in transferring ownership, zoning and living environment.
Mr Sutedja Sidarta Darmono, Director, PT Jababeka, Tbk Ms Rengganis Kartomo, Managing Partner, KJPP Rengganis, Hamid & Rekan Mr Yogi Marsono, Head of Real Estate, Assegaf Hamzah & Partners
Meikarta, Colliers, Deloitte, KPMG, CIMB Niaga
The increasing role of business valuation in the investment landscape of Indonesia.
The need for investment in intangibles and intellectual property to accelerate the growth of the Indonesian economy.
Key success and risk factors for performing business and intangible valuations.
Evolving standards and practices for business and intangible valuations, and lessons learnt from other countries.