Indonesia is no longer the flavour of the month in Asian private equity. The exuberance that surrounded the market during the past few years was dulled somewhat in 2013 by a weakened economy, tepid deal flow, falling currency, slowing domestic consumption and labour struggles. Still, Indonesia's fundamentals are strong, and global and local GPs alike are betting big on the market and its nearly unlimited potential.
Many now believe that Indonesian private equity has entered a new cycle. While the first phase was dominated by domestic players, global and regional GPs are now on the ground making investments and are here to stay. What will this new cycle bring, and how can the industry sustain the momentum built up over the past few years?
The AVCJ Indonesia Forum will again offer attendees the chance to meet with and hear from the leading private equity firms driving the market, along with institutional investors from across the world who are targeting the country for returns.
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