┬áStandard Chartered Bank Indonesia will support Indonesia’s investment promotion in the Standard Chartered Group Forum business forum on June 14, 2017 in Taiwan.

In this promotion, Standard Chartered Bank Indonesia will cooperate with the Investment Coordinating Board.

Standard Chartered Bank Indonesia General Manager Rino Donosepoetro will help promote investment in Indonesia to UK bank clients in the forum.

“Standard Chartered is one of the largest banks in Taiwan, and key key clients in Taiwan are large companies and investor groups that are interested in investing,” he said after signing the MoU with BKPM on Wednesday (05/31/2017) .

Not only that, Standard Chartered Bank Indonesia will help fund the credit for investors who are interested in entering Indonesia because the company has experience in this country for 154 years.

Standard Chartered Bank Indonesia will also carry out many roadshows to several countries, including China.

According to Rino, he is committed to being a strategic partner of BKPM in particular and the Indonesian government in general.

“By leveraging our global network, Standard Chartered is helping the government to promote Indonesia’s investment potential abroad,” he said.

During this time, he saw that the interest of foreign investment for Indonesia is increasing. Standard Chartered believes that the Indonesian government’s progress in implementing structural reforms has been a key factor in raising the interest of foreign investors. “So the context of Indonesia as a top destination for foreign investors is real.”

Since its experience as Indonesia’s leading leader in issuing sovereign debt and sukuk, Standard Chartered sees increasing interest from foreign investors.

Previously, BKPM and Standard Chartered Bank Indonesia cooperated with the promotion and service of banks for foreign investors interested in investing in Indonesia.

Head of BKPM Thomas Trikasih Lembong said that the MoU is a step towards building cooperation with international financial institutions.

“This is one of BKPM’s efforts to increase the flow of investment to Indonesia,” he said during the memorandum of understanding.

BKPM is committed to working with the international economic community to increase foreign direct investment to Indonesia.

He hopes Standard Chartered, a pioneer bank in some developing countries, will be able to help Indonesia’s investment promotion, as the Indonesian president hopes to increase investments from non-traditional countries such as Africa, India and beyond.

Through the MoU, Lembong hopes to build cooperation with the international economic community.

Rino Donosepoetro said he is committed to being a strategic partner of BKPM in particular and the general government.

“By leveraging our global network, Standard Chartered is helping the government to promote Indonesia’s investment potential abroad,” he said.

Prior to the MoU, Standard Chartered Bank Indonesia had socialized the service and the BKPM to 50 relationship managers and employees of the bank’s commercial banking team.