20 Oct Workshop – Making Green Finance Count: Impact Investment for Indonesia’s Agricultural Sector
There has been significant momentum behind public-private partnerships for “greening” supply chains in Indonesia’s agricultural sector. Can these models result in incentives that benefit both big and small players, and are these incentives enough to compel others in the industry to follow suit?
SIIA and WRI Indonesia present a workshop on emerging public-private partnerships in Indonesia’s agricultural sector that aim to make independent smallholders more sustainable while rewarding investors with financial, environmental, and social benefits. This workshop is supported by the Tropical Forest Alliance 2020.
Join us for a Panel Session focussing on major models for supporting independent smallholders in Indonesia and a Moderated Discussion looking at how to make these models more bankable and therefore more attractive to a larger market. Finally, a lunchtime Investment Marketplace will allow participants to get a closer look at these models and interact with model implementers.
Our audience will comprise of senior professionals from key Indonesian and regional/international banks, investment funds, companies, non-profits, and relevant Indonesian governing agencies.
To register, please email Ms. Neni Farahin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information or for any enquiries, please contact Mr. Pek Shibao at email@example.com.
– Golden Agri-Resources
– IDH – Sustainable Trade Initiative
– International Finance Corporation
– Sustainable Districts Platform
– Dr. Nirarta “Koni” Samadhi, Country Director, World Resources Institute Indonesia
– Associate Professor Simon Tay, Chairman, Singapore Institute of International Affairs
Date: Friday, 20th October 2017
Time: 8:30am – 2.00pm
Venue: The Ritz-Carlton, Mega Kuningan, Jakarta
*Event is by invitation only.