Indonesia will “frontload” 2015 G3 bond sales ahead of an expected US rate hike, the Finance Ministry's Robert Pakpahan has said.
The appointment of the Indonesian president's cabinet underlines his desire for an improved investment climate.
Paltry market conditions and weak demand forced Link Net’s selling shareholders to cut the number of shares on offer by 10%. They raised $455 million.
The country's challenging topography is forcing a wave of innovation in the power generation industry while creating opportunities for investors.
He becomes leader of Asean’s largest economy on Monday but his presidential rival controls parliament. This is not good for Indonesia's much needed reforms.
The third-generation family run cab company has successfully floated its shares amid a global equity slowdown.
Private equity firm Navis talks to FinanceAsia about Jokowi's cleanup in Indonesia, Asean integration and taper tantrums.
Jahanzeb Naseer and Rizal Gozali at Credit Suisse talk about the economic and financial outlook for Indonesia.
Having completed a technical IPO in June, the Indonesian TV operator hopes to build up an institutional investor base with a new deal, which launches roadshows on Monday.
The country’s largest listed property group tells FinanceAsia that much of its success is due to a burgeoning middle class.
Indonesian taxi operator hopes strong brand image will overcome weakening equity markets.
The third-generation family-run cab company is pre-marketing and hopes to float its shares in November.
Jababeka International replaces its old notes with cheaper new ones, leveraging on the rarity factor in Asian high-yield and saving over 400bp in funding costs.
Nomura has appointed Kartadjaja Intan as head of Indonesia investment banking, replacing Dicky Yordan and Amir Amiruddin, previously co-heads of Indonesia investment banking.
David Tendian, CFO of the Indonesian coal miner, tells FinanceAsia he does not fear the political transition in terms of mining taxes.