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Gita I. Wirjawan

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J.P. Morgan & Co.

270 Park Avenue

New York City, New York,10017

United States

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J.P. Morgan's Corporate & Investment Bank is a global leader across banking, markets and investor services. The world's most important corporations, governments and institutions entrust us with their business in more than 100 countries. With $20.3 trillion of ... more

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The democratic dividend: Trickle-down corruption in Indonesian elections | Indonesia etc

indonesiaetc.com [cached]

Indonesian Presidential candidate Gita Wirjawan is talking up the "democratic dividend".
It's a pun on the "demographic dividend" so beloved of the foreign analysts who write hubristic reports about Indonesia's glorious future. This particularly laughable example from McKinsey, mostly based on interviews the then Trade Minister Mr. Wirjawan and his like, pimped the wonders of Indonesia's demographic dividend just a few months before the economy (and the rupiah) went into a nosedive. Mr. Wirjawan appears to hope that this year's elections will give a boost to the economy. And they almost certainly will. As a former Minister of Trade (and former head of JP Morgan bank in Indonesia), Gita Wirjawan must understand the implications of this trickle-down-corruption better than most.


indonesiaetc.com

Indonesian Presidential candidate Gita Wirjawan is talking up the "democratic dividend".
It's a pun on the "demographic dividend" so beloved of the foreign analysts who write hubristic reports about Indonesia's glorious future. This particularly laughable example from McKinsey, mostly based on interviews the then Trade Minister Mr. Wirjawan and his like, pimped the wonders of Indonesia's demographic dividend just a few months before the economy (and the rupiah) went into a nosedive. Mr. Wirjawan appears to hope that this year's elections will give a boost to the economy. And they almost certainly will. As a former Minister of Trade (and former head of JP Morgan bank in Indonesia), Gita Wirjawan must understand the implications of this trickle-down-corruption better than most. The "democratic dividend" comes at a price,. Share Indonesia Etc. March 3rd, 2014 | Tags: Corruption, Elections, Gita Wirjawan, Michael Buehler, vote-buying | One comment | Category: Indonesia


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"Across the board, people are trying to rotate out of the stock market and into a more safe haven," said Gita Wirjawan, the former president director for JPMorgan in Indonesia.


www.sr-indonesia.com

Advice for our next leader: Gita Wirjawan
Strategic Review Advice for our next leader: Gita Wirjawan "I think the game changer from a fiscal standpoint would be an increase in the number of taxpayer" July-September 2014 By: Gita Wirjawan Gita Wirjawan is fond of telling visitors that he finds great relaxation at the keys of a piano, and when he has the time he can be found playing on occasion with world-class artists who visit Indonesia. But he is also a successful businessman who, after a career as an investment banker with JP Morgan Indonesia, founded Ancora Capital, a private equity fund, in 2008. In addition to his duties as trade minister, he also found time to take over the chairmanship of the Indonesian Badminton Association in late 2012. A fierce believer in upgrading the educational infrastructure of Indonesia, Gita has spearheaded numerous efforts to build linkages with top universities overseas. Strategic Review sat down with Gita to discuss the economic challenges that will confront the new president and asked him to suggest various policy alternatives for the new administration. Advice for our next leader: Gita Wirjawan Advice for our next leader: Gita Wirjawan Advice for our next leader: Gita Wirjawan


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A former JPMorgan country manager in Indonesia, 45-year-old Wirjawan is now part of the Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono government, the cabinet-level chairman of Indonesia‚s Investment Coordinating Board, known by its Indonesian acronym BPKM.
At Morgan, he helped drive deals to Indonesia when the country wasn‚t as fashionable as it is becoming now. http://banman.euromoneydigital.com/a.aspx?ZoneID=2266&Task=Get&Mode=HTML&SiteID=77&PageID=11809 "I fully understand the concerns that investors have here," says Wirjawan. Gita Wirjawan, BPKM Mulyani was once regarded as irreplaceable but her loss wasn‚t as painful to Indonesia as the markets had feared. Wirjawan agrees. "Infrastructure is the key," he says. "This will be the major focus of this government. Indeed, as Wirjawan was speaking, his president was setting down his landmark National Day Speech that mostly dwelt on upgrading the country‚s appalling infrastructure. Wirjawan looks to countries such as neighbouring Australia, booming on the back of a minerals exports bonanza to China. Wirjawan notes that Indonesia has "a lot of the same stuff as Australia and we can get it out of the ground cheaper. But getting it to port has been a problem. That is fast being fixed." Wirjawan is also focused on winning and then securing investment rating upgrades for Indonesia.


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