IFC blends investment and advisory services to foster sustainable economic growth in Indonesia’s private sector. IFC helps promote sustainable practices, supports use of renewable resources, and finances energy efficiency to help reduce the impact of climate change, improve the investment climate, and attract investors to a wide range of industries such as infrastructure, manufacturing, commodity-based supply chains, and financial services.

Indonesia is strategic priority for IFC. We are seeking to scale up operations in Southeast Asia’s biggest economy to help protect the poor and vulnerable and build on more than $348 million in long-term financing committed since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, including $130 million as part of a fast-track facility to help clients weather the COVID-19 crisis. These efforts are complemented by our advisory services portfolio, which as of June 30, 2021, comprised $29.89 million in funds under management.

Since 1968, IFC has invested billions of dollars in Indonesia with total financing, including funds mobilized, now standing at US$9.6 billion.

We remain focused on helping countries bring an end to the pandemic and build toward a green, resilient and inclusive recovery while also helping them prepare for future crises. In Indonesia, resilience is at the core of our strategy, which aims to help Indonesia’s private sector attract investment, create jobs, and contribute to sustainable economic growth. We are focused on several priority sectors including infrastructure, capital markets, MSMEs, human capital development, health and education, along with three cross-cutting themes of digitalization, climate and gender.

IFC’s mission is more important than ever, and we are stepping up to the challenge. We know that rejuvenating the private sector will be crucial.

Development Reach

Making an Impact in Indonesia


Total Investment
Since 1968


Long-term Financing
Since Start of COVID-19


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Buildings are IFC EDGE certified