OJK Chairman Dr Muliaman Hadad farewells Australia-Indonesia Financial Leaders Program delegates

Chairman of the Indonesia Financial Services Authority (OJK), Dr Muliaman Hadad, joins other VIPs in closing the inaugural Australia-Indonesia Financial Leaders Program.

The inaugural Australia-Indonesia Financial Leaders Program concluded on Friday 30 October 2016 with a closing reception at PwC in Melbourne’s Southbank precinct. The delegates – leaders from OJK and other senior figures from the Indonesian finance industry – were addressed by Dr Hadad; Victorian Minister for Small Business, Trade and Innovation, The Hon Philip Dalidakis MP; and Chairman of the Australia-Indonesia Centr,e Harold Mitchell AC.

The closing event follows seven days of intensive engagement in Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne with representatives of Australian financial authorities and organisations, including workshops with ASIC, APRA, AUSTRAC, PwC, ANZ, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Treasury, Bank of Melbourne, Monash Business School, QBE Insurance, and Baker & McKenzie, aimed at sharing knowledge and growing networks between the two nations. The delegates also met with Federal Minister for Revenue and Financial Services The Hon Kelly O’Dwyer MP and QBE Group CEO John Neal during the program.

Topics covered during the workshops included:

  • Fintech
  • Financial regulation
  • International trade
  • Cybersecurity
  • Agribusiness
  • ISO standards
  • Sustainability
  • Corporate responsibility
  • Leadership
  • Community engagement

For a full list of speakers, delegates and events, please click through to the Australia-Indonesia Financial Leaders Program portal.

For more photos from the program, see below or visit the Australia-Indonesia Centre Flickr page.

AIFLP October 2016: Sydney Harbour Lunch

AIFLP October 2016: PwC Workshops, Baker & McKenzie Dinner

AIFLP October 2016: PwC Workshops, QBE Dinner

AIFLP October 2016: Meeting with Kelly O'Dwyer MP, Berrima, meeting with DFAT and Treasury

AIFLP October 2016: ANZ Workshops

AIFLP October 2016: Bank of Melbourne, Monash Business School, Closing Function