The key to Indonesia's continued economic growth is significant improvement & development of its Infrastructure.

By 2025 Infrastructure spending is expected to exceed US$165 billion.

The World Bank calculates that logistics related costs account for 24% of GDP (2014), which is significantly higher than most regional economies.

The government has recently declared infrastructure development a top priority and the private sector is targeted to provide much of the investment required, particularly via Public-Private Partnerships.

Our Professional Network covers all functions for:

  • Developers of Infrastructure and Utilities
  • Operators of Infrastructure and Utilities
  • Public-Private Partnerships
  • Infrastructure Advisory firms
  • Private Equity Funds