Building Resilience – Recover Refocus Rebuild

Recover Refocus Rebuild

About the event

For nearly 2 years, lives all over the world have been ruled by the pandemic. It has challenged and changed the way we operate in business, restricted how we travel on a daily basis and ultimately impacted every inch of our personal lives. Where protection and resilience were key in 2020; 2021 has been the year in which recovery was thrust into the spotlight. Time at home allowed for a refocus, allowing us to think about what is most valued and how we can rebuild a greener, more sustainable future.

The role of finance and business in this global recovery is crucial. As societies regain their strength, as businesses learn to adapt and operate a hybrid working model and as life resumes with a new normal, we need trusted advisers more than ever. Will you be joining the change for a better future? Will you be a Difference Maker?

Join as we hear from leaders within Indonesia and beyond, who will provide a local and global perspective on the shared challenges facing us all.

Meet the Moderator

Badai

Badai is a tax professional working with the Deloitte Indonesia Tax and Legal practice. In his 5-year professional journey, he has become a tax court attorney and tax advisor to assist corporate taxpayers. Outside his professional duties, he is also a member of the Deloitte volunteer group, WorldClass Impact Maker Council.

He builds his credentials in the area of tax dispute resolutions as he believes in the virtue of being a tax attorney in delivering justice. Furthering his principle that a tax professionals bear a mission to safeguard a healthy tax system, he extensively assists corporate taxpayers in providing high-value strategic tax advisories that are compliant with the laws on numerous cross-border transactions and M&A exercises.

Under Deloitte’s WorldClass Mission, he endeavours to lead initiatives which will hopefully equip others with knowledge and transferable skills, that in turn will create job opportunities and better economic well-being for those involved.

Meet the Speakers

Sri

Sri Mulyani Indrawati is an Indonesian economist who has been the Minister of Finance of Indonesia since 2016; previously she served in the same post from 2005 to 2010. In June 2010 she was appointed as Managing Director of the World Bank Group.

During her devotion as the Minister of Finance, Sri Mulyani Indrawati achieved many achievements, such as stabilizing macroeconomy, maintaining prudent fiscal policy, decreasing cost of loan and managing debt as well as creating trust to investors.

On September 18, 2006, Sri Mulyani was crowned as the best Minister of Finance in Asia by the Emerging Markets in the side-lines of World Bank and IMF’s Annual Session in Singapore.

She was also elected as the 23rd world’s most influencing woman from Forbes magazine in 2008 and the 2nd most influencing woman in Indonesia from Globe Asia magazine in October 2007. Sri Mulyani was also awarded the best Minister of Finance for 2006 from the Euromoney and the best Minister of Finance in Asia by the Emerging Market Forum on the same year.

Kate Robertson

Kate served as Chairman of the Havas group from 2006 to 2015 and as Global President from 2013. Working mainly in global roles, Kate became convinced of the importance of the roles of global institutions and global businesses in the certainty that what unites people is greater than geographical distance and national distinctions.

Having grown up in apartheid South Africa, Kate’s world view is defined by having witnessed the creation of its new way of life. Awed by the leadership of Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Kate believes in the limitless possibilities a sense of shared humanity can create.

Inspired by her love for the Olympic movement and its values, One Young World should, in Kate’s vision, give young leaders a chance to meet their counterparts from every country in the world and resolve to make the world a better place.

Michael Izza

Appointed Chief Executive in 2006, Michael’s leadership has seen ICAEW embrace a vision of building a world of strong and sustainable economies, transforming itself into a professional accountancy body with a truly global identity and reach. In 2018 Michael became Chairman of Chartered Accountants Worldwide.

Michael regularly meets ministers, policy-makers and regulators from around the world, and is a frequent media commentator on economic and business issues. He has recently led the institute’s response to the Covid-19 crisis, providing ICAEW members with insight and guidance to support their businesses and themselves in practice. He also passionately believes that the wider emerging forces which are already changing the very nature of work – such as technological disruption – present Chartered Accountants with many more opportunities than threats, and is committed to helping the profession meet these challenges.

Michael qualified as an ICAEW Chartered Accountant in 1986 with Coopers & Lybrand after graduating in law from Durham University, where he was also president of the student union. He has served as a school governor for eleven years and is a trustee of several charities, including Moorfields Eye Charity, supporting London’s world class Moorfields Eye Hospital. Prior to joining ICAEW, he spent four years at Spring Group, where he was managing director of several businesses and group finance director. From 1989 to 1996 he worked for the Canadian company, John Labatt Ltd., latterly as managing director of its retail arm.

Bimo

Bimo is a corporate activist, splitting his time between his corporate job at Danone and building a social enterprise called CarbonEthics.

Passionate in his beliefs around carbon ethics, Bimo has a background in energy exploration, with 6 years’ experience in FMCG commercial functions (Business Development, Trade Marketing, Key Account) and currently he is positioned in a Sustainability Investment role where he represents the global team in the Asia Pacific market.

In CarbonEthics, he leads the commercial transformation from NGO to become a social enterprise with the mission to protect the planet, improve the livelihood of the farmers, and create green jobs for young people.

Prakash

In 2017 Koirala set up Finlit Nepal to teach basic personal finance to low-income and vulnerable communities, helping to reduce poverty. Finlit Nepal works with governments, companies and neighbourhood groups to develop programs and policies to boost financial literacy and inclusion in the country’s financial system.

Koirala has been working in this space since 2009 and has won several awards and scholarships for his work including a fellowship from Harvard Kennedy School in 2017. He is a Western Union and One Young World Ambassador.

Mutiara

A finance professional with over 7 years of experience working in FMCG. Throughout the years, Mutiara has handled various financial aspects ranging from budgeting, improving working capital, developing pricing programs, building financial models based on customer value proposition to the development of machine learning in promotional analytics.

Her calling to woman’s empowerment has prompted her to co-lead the Female Warriors community in CCEP Indonesia. The role spans from connecting female employees across operations to organizing activities that inspire them in their workplace. Outside of work, education for the young generation has always been close to her heart which is reflected through her involvement in Yayasan Pemimpin Anak Bangsa, to teach underprivileged children in Jakarta.