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Indonesia’s Road Infrastructure Motors Ahead, Fuelled by Sovereign Investors

11th January, 2024

Indonesia’s sovereign wealth fund INA has won the support of the US$984 billion Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) and Europe’s biggest public pension fund, the Netherlands’ US$546 billion APG, for toll road platform that is starting with the Trans Java Toll Road mega-project.

Fund of the Month (Dec'23): Indonesia Investment Authority (INA)

1st December, 2023

The Indonesia Investment Authority (INA) may be still young, but it is making strides in the SWF world with a rising AuM and a busy investment activity in Indonesia’s most important industries. We had the great pleasure of speaking with the inaugural Chief Risk Officer of the fund, Ms. Marita Alisjahbana, about the fund’s current state of play and future strategy.

China Seeks to Take Stake in Indonesia's Growth Story Through Sovereign Wealth Deal

14th September, 2023

Indonesia’s sovereign wealth fund has won the backing of a Chinese state financial institution to boost Sino-Indonesian co-operation on infrastructure, energy and communications.

Northvolt is Lightning Rod for Battery Investment by Public Pension Funds

20th June, 2023

The Investment Management Corporation of Ontario (IMCO) announced today that it is piling US$400 million into Sweden-based Northvolt, joining a raft of other public pension funds including provincial stablemate OMERS that have invested in the battery manufacturing giant.

Indonesia's Geothermal IPO is World's Third Biggest this Year, Thanks to SWF Backing

27th February, 2023

The UAE sovereign-backed green energy group Masdar and Indonesia’s sovereign wealth fund the Indonesia Investment Authority (INA) were leading participants in the IPO of Pertamina Geothermal Energy (PGE), one of the world's biggest geothermal energy producers.

Announcing 2023 Annual Report

26th December, 2022

Next Sunday, January 1, 2023, we will be releasing the industry’s most timely, rigorous, and insightful account of the activity and trends of Sovereign Wealth Funds and Public Pension Funds during 2022. The report is titled “State-Owned Investors in a Multipolar World” and includes the following sections:

Denmark Gives a Boost to Indonesia’s Green Ambitions

9th December, 2022

The Indonesia Investment Authority’s (INA) push for a green energy transition has won the backing of the Danish government’s Investment Fund for Developing Countries (IFU) with the signing of an Investment Framework Agreement (IFA) for up to US$500 million in co-investments in renewable energy, water, waste management, and other circular opportunities.

Indonesia’s SWF Teams Up With Chinese Investors to Push EV Development

14th November, 2022

The Indonesia Investment Authority (INA) has teamed up with Chinese investors to boost the country’s EV value chain as Southeast Asia’s most populous country presses ahead with a green automotive revolution.

Indonesia's Sovereign Fund Reaches US$20bn in Co-Investments

29th September, 2022

Indonesia's sovereign wealth fund, the Indonesia Investment Authority (INA), has raised more than US$20 billion of co-investments from other parties, according to Reuters.

India deepens partnership with UAE; Indonesia diversifies with China

6th July, 2022

Hearing about a government fund fundraise capital from other state-owned investors should not be longer a surprise. The “Russian model” (after RDIF) of establishing a public vehicle to catalyze foreign co-investors via partnerships was quickly followed by other European countries (Italy, France, Spain) and is now big in Asia (India, Indonesia).

Indonesia’s INA puts international capital to work

15th April, 2022

This week the Indonesia Investment Authority (known as INA) signed two agreements to invest US$ 2.7 billion in three parts of the Trans-Sumatra toll-road as well as in two parts of the Trans-Java toll-road. When finished, the former will cover 2,818 km across the Western island while the latter will be smaller at 1,167 km and will link the country’s (current) capital city, Jakarta. The total cost of both projects is estimated at over US$ 40 billion.

Indonesia Turns to Middle Eastern SWFs to Finance its New Capital Giga-Project

4th April, 2022

SoftBank’s decision to bail on Indonesia’s plans to build a new capital city in East Kalimantan has prompted the country’s sovereign wealth fund to turn to peers in the Middle East for investment in the US$32.5 billion gigaproject.

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