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COMM Family Protection

HIGHLIGHT on Investment: Setelah Jadi Orangtua, Pasangan selebriti Pongki Barata dan Sophie Navita Makin Rapi Atur Keuangan. Pasangan tersebut hadir dalam peluncuran COMM Family Protection yang menuturkan bahwa mereka jauh lebih rapi mengatur keuangan setelah menjadi orangtua. Perencanaan pendidikan anak, kesehatan keluarga, dan masa tua adalah tiga tujuan utama orangtua dua anak ini. “Masa depan anak-anak kami harus terjaga dan direncanakan dari sekarang. Sejak punya anak pertama, alokasi kami ke investasi dan proteksi sangat tinggi,” ujar Pongki.

Kehadiran COMM Family Protection dinilai Pongki akan mempermudah pengaturan keuangan bagi keluarga. “Saya tertarik dengan alokasi investasi 100 persen di Maxiwealth Link karena artinya memiliki potensi imbal balik yang lebih besar, sembari tetap memproteksi diri dan keluarga,” tambah Pongki.


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Layanan Premium BRI Prioritas

HIGHLIGHT on Investment: BRI Luncurkan Sentra Layanan Prioritas untuk Meningkatkan Layanan Premium di Jakarta. Hal ini seiring dengan meningkatnya kebutuhan layanan prima bagi para nasabah terpilih, mendorong perbankan untuk meningkatkan berbagai fitur layanan melalui berbagai kenyamanan dan kemudahan akses bagi semua nasabah terpilih.

Saat ini, nasabah semakin dimanjakan dengan berbagai pilihan layanan perbankan, salah satunya melalui kantor layanan prioritas yang mudah dijangkau, premium, dan mampu memberikan layanan personal yang memuaskan. Untuk menjawab tantangan tersebut, Bank BRI melalui Kantor Wilayah Jakarta 2 meluncurkan Sentra Layanan BRI Prioritas (SLP) Jakarta Gatot Subroto pada hari Rabu tanggal 07 September 2016.


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International Joint Gathering

HIGHLIGHT on Business: INA in collaboration with the other European Chambers, IABC, ICCC and AmCham, would like to invite you to join the International Joint Gathering in Surabaya.

Create your opportunity to meet and build new connection with top decision maker of national and multinational companies. Don’t miss the chance!


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Elmar Bouma: A Guide to Doing Business in Indonesia 2016

Highlight on Indonesia Today by Elmar Bouma: Indonesia is today a country in the process of building an effective government and society structures in a democracy. On paper, Indonesia is about as democratic as it gets.

As one of the world’s largest countries. It has more than 17,000 islands, a land area of 1.9 million square kilometres spread out over an area as vast as the United States. It is also the world’s fourth most populous country, with more than 240 million inhabitants.



Global and Local Effects of Indonesian Haze

Highlight on Environment: Fire has been used for millennia as a cost-effective way of clearing land for agriculture and continues to be commonly used throughout the tropics. In Sumatra and Kalimantan burning peatlands regularly cause massive smoke and haze; the 2015 season was one of the worst in many years. Calls for solutions were demanded daily in domestic media, and international scrutiny was high.

Dr. Peter Holmgren is the Director General of the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), where he leads a team of more than 200 scientists and staff operating in more than 45 countries. He is credited with leading the dialogue to enhance the role of forests in the global development agenda addressing some of the major issues of our time: poverty, food security, climate change and the green economy.



Jokowi at the One-Year Mark

HIGHLIGHT on Infrastructure: A Promising Start or Signs of Troubled Presidency. Joko “Jokowi” Widodo, Indonesia’s seventh president, promised a presidency focused on upgrading infrastructure, reforming energy policy, reducing logistics costs, improving health and education, and maintaining the fight against corruption – all essential for a better investment climate and greater prosperity.

Doug will discuss President Jokowi’s first year in office and assess the country’s current business, economic, and political environment. Looking forward, Doug will describe the risks and opportunities in Indonesia that can be expected in 2016.

When: Tuesday 20 October by Douglas E. Ramage
Venue: Erasmus Huis, Jl Rasuna Said Kuningan Jakarta



Smart Jakarta by Rupert Taylor

Highlight on Investment: Urbanisation matters in 1971 15% of Indonesia’s population lived in cities. Smart Jakarta – How to Make the City Truly ‘Liveable’.

By 2045, however, the number will rise to 82%. The huge pressure of an expanding and increasingly prosperous urban population puts growing strain on essential resources such as energy, water, air and transportation.

When: Tuesday 6 October by Rupert Taylor
Venue: Erasmus Huis, Jl Rasuna Said Kuningan Jakarta