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Spotlight on Indonesia

Join Kroll’s Indonesia team as they share their experience investigating risk in one of Asia’s most attractive markets.

Indonesia in 2015 remains one of Asia’s most significant sources of growth, and continues to draw investors from Asia, North America, and Europe. While there is good reason to be hopeful due to a strong new political administration, throughout the economy reputation, corruption, fraud and political risks remain. ​

Kroll’s team will discuss their views on the changing risk environment around Indonesia’s investment opportunities, as well as share their experience researching integrity issues, infrastructure bottlenecks, and sensitive industries.
Recorded Mar 5 2015 63 mins
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Richard Dailly-Managing Director, Cem Ozturk-Associate Managing Director, Ruici Tio-Director, Adimas Nurahmatsyah-Associate
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