How committed is IIF to catalysing Indonesia’s infrastructure development? Committed to approximately 2 billion USD in prospective financing.
Ask any Indonesian business owner what they need to develop their business, and it’ll only be a matter of time before they raise the subject of infrastructure. Through the Master Plan for the Acceleration and Expansion of Indonesian Economic Growth, the Indonesian government is committed to the economic growth of the country, and it sees improving Indonesia’s infrastructure as an essential part of that design. To facilitate this progress, IIF was established, an organisation that aims to encourage and support commercially viable infrastructure projects.
IIF is a private non-bank financial institution that is purpose-built to attract private investment in infrastructure projects in Indonesia. In addition to providing a variety of financing instruments, IIF also acts as an advisory service and aims to become a national repository of experience, skills and monetary resources that will encourage infrastructure development.
President Director of IIF, Kartika Wirjoatmodjo, is under no illusions about the scale of development that is required.