Benjamin's 15 years in the property and health sectors in South-East Asia have spanned the private and public sector including as an advisor to the Victorian government's Dept. Premier & Cabinet and as an Associate Director of one of Asia-Pacific's largest architectural and design practices. A pioneer of Indonesia's aged care sector and a co-founder of the Asosiasi Seniors Living Indonesia, Benjamin has led a team of developers and operators and has project managed numerous residential and mixed use projects with a strong focus on seniors living in Asia. Benjamin is Chair of the Retirement and Senior Living South East Asia annual conference and is a frequent speaker throughout the region on the topic of Seniors Living. Benjamin served on the Australia-Indonesia Business Council's Victorian Committee and studied a Bachelor of Public Policy & Management at the University of Melbourne, a Diploma in Construction & Building (Management) and a Bachelor of Dementia Care at the University of Tasmania.
Steven is a Partner at Helios Capital Asia who focuses primarily on divestment & acquisition and capital raising. His extensive experience covers a broad range of industries including oil and gas, mining, finance, automotive manufacturing, and retail. He was previously Vice President Operations/Business Development – Energy at Northstar Equity Partners and Project Coordinator in the Production Control Division at Toyota Motor Corporation Australia. Steven completed Bachelor of Science (Engineering) from Boston University and completed a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Melbourne.
DR ZARFIEL TAFAL
Dr Zarfiel is one of Indonesia’s foremost health academics. He currently serves as head of Universitas Indonesia’s Health Education and Behavioral Sciences unit at the School for Public Health and is the Editor of Indonesia’s Health Journal after a 41 year career at Indonesia’s most prestigious academic institution. He has presented at symposiums across the world and has been directly engaged by leading organisations including the World Bank, United Nations, International Monetary Fund, AusAid, USAid and the Geneva Foundation for Medical Research.
Annisa has 14 years of experience creating pathways for companies entering the Indonesian marketplace. She has a particular expertise in the property and infrastructure sectors and has provided regulatory and marketing advice to some of the largest manufacturing, construction and exploration companies including Bluescope, Hyundai, Total, Baltic and Satto Kogyo. More recently Annisa has delivered certification services for international food and beverages companies establishing in Indonesia. She is an active participant in various business associations including the Hong Kong Trade Commission, the Young Entrepreneurs Association and the Australia-Indonesia Business Council. Annisa graduated with a Masters in Accounting from Gunadarma University.