Hary Tanoesoedibjo Reminds the Importance of Value Creation in Investment : Okezone Economy

JAKARTA – Executive Chairman MNC Group Hary Tanoesoedibjo became a speaker at The First Indonesia Investor Summit 2021 webinar entitled “The Rise of Indonesia Stock Market”. The webinar was held in order to increase public interest in the capital market sector.

ITB School of Business & Management held virtual webinars on Saturday (26/06/2021) and Sunday (27/06/2021) at 09.00 – 18.00 WIB. The two-day webinar was attended by a number of successful figures, regulators and investors who have extensive experience in the capital market world.

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A number of speakers who attended included an investor with the nickname “Warren Buffet Indonesia” Lo Kheng Hong and Executive Chairman of MNC Group Hary Tanoesoedibjo.

Not only that, the webinar was opened by the Director of Information Technology and Risk Management of the Indonesia Stock Exchange, Fithri Hadi, attended by the Commissioner of the Indonesia Stock Exchange, Pandu Sjahrir, as well as the management of several state-owned and private issuers.

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Sharing his experience, the Executive Chairman of MNC Group, Hary Tanoesoedibjo, revealed that he applies a value creation system in carrying out investment strategies.

“I started the value creation system by looking at the company’s value. Then then I thought I couldn’t just rely on buying and selling companies, but I also had to be able to own a company. Then I combined two things: managing the business and investing,” explained Hary.

He continued, it is very important not only to own but also to manage the company. In managing a business, the ability to adapt to the times is very necessary, including adapting to the application of digitalization.

On the same occasion, MNC Sekuritas President Director Susy Meilina also gave her support for this webinar for the development of capital market education. Susy said that there are similarities between the richest people in Indonesia, namely they are both capital market investors.

“Capital market education is currently very attractive to the millennial generation. This is evident from a total of around 123,000 MNC Sekuritas customers, 70% of whom are millennials. The millennial generation can start investing in stocks early on by starting with small capital and then increasing it, starting to be disciplined in saving stocks and choosing shares of issuers that have good liquidity,” concluded Susy.