Bank Danamon Holds Media Workshop on Economic Outlook 2020

12 December 2019 – PT Bank Danamon Indonesia Tbk (“Bank Danamon”) holds a media workshop on Indonesia’s economic outlook 2020 with “Reaching Global Productivity” as the theme. The media workshop features Bank Danamon Economist, Wisnu Wardana, who shared information on the economic challenges and opportunities facing Indonesia in 2020 at Bank Danamon Head Office in Jakarta.

“The media has an important role in informing public and businesses on the latest development in the economy. This information is then used by businesses to grow and by the public to achieve prosperity. Through this media workshop, we want to further equipped members of the press with insights and outlook on both the domestic and global economy in 2020. In addition, this workshop is a form of our appreciation to the media for their support toward Bank Danamon. We hope that this workshop will further strengthen our relationship,” said Herman Savio, Treasury and Capital Market Head, Bank Danamon.

During the workshop, Bank Danamon Economist, Wisnu Wardana, stressed the importance of enhancing productivity and expanding globally as strategies to promote a sustainable economic growth for Indonesia, but warned on the short-term challenges posed by a moderation in real sector of the economy. “The Indonesian economy in 2020 will be supported with a relatively stable external account compared to 2019, which provides the opportunity to enhance productivity in human capital and national assets, as forces to penetrate international markets,” Wisnu added.

“By having these important insights and outlook of next year’s economic condition, we hope that the readers of the participating media will be able to make more informed decisions on either their business or personal financial management. For their financial needs and solutions to their financial management, Bank Danamon offers a variety of products and services that can support their financial well-being for any economic conditions that they might face. As part of MUFG Bank, the largest bank in Japan and a leading financial institution in the world, we will be able to leverage on MUFG’s strengths, expertise and network to serve our customers and to enable Bank Danamon to grow and deliver long term value to all stakeholders,” added Herman Savio.