SWIFT Manners Forum Indonesia 2017
Join us at the SWIFT Manners Forum: Technology evolution for corporates – a focused session for the Indonesian community
The World Bank has projected Indonesia’s GDP growth for 2017 to be 5.2% with a steady growth. As the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) is in place, Indonesia has ambitious plans ahead to increase competitiveness by improving capacity, upgrading infrastructure, and bolstering economic growth, all of which are key factors to providing the nation with a stable foundation for its financial services.
Corporations in Indonesia are increasingly beginning to realise the need for adopting a more sophisticated, centralised and global approach to their finance and treasury management. As the largest economy in Southeast Asia, more and more Indonesian companies follow the trend in globalisation; they are also realising challenges across jurisdictions and markets. This event will offer insights into how SWIFT and Standard Chartered Indonesia can partner with Indonesia corporates to mitigate risks and maximise opportunities, providing community solutions for Indonesian corporates.
The Forum will look at the challenges faced by finance and treasury managers in keeping up with the pace of change and provide updates on future plans. You will hear from leading industry speakers alongside SWIFT experts and peer-to- peer discussions to learn about what SWIFT and Standard Chartered Indonesia is doing to meet the needs of its community. The event is complimentary from SWIFT and will also be an excellent opportunity to discuss and share experiences to shape the conversation in the finance and treasury world.
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We look forward to welcoming you in person on 6 Sept 2017, from 2:00 to 5:00 pm in Rinjani Room, Grand Hyatt Jakarta.
If you have any questions, please contact Ken Lee.
Head of Corporate Sales, Asia Pacific, SWIFT