Indonesia Commodity and Derivatives Exchange (ICDX) or Bursa Komoditi dan Derivatif Indonesia is the commodity and derivatives based exchange in Indonesia. Indonesia Commodity and Derivatives Exchange (ICDX), also known as PT. Bursa Komoditi dan Derivatif Indonesia (BKDI) is the Internationally known commodity and derivatives based exchange in Indonesia. Indonesia is the largest producer in the world for many prime commodity products in the soft agricultural, metal and energy sectors. Based on that fact, the demand for Indonesia to be the pricing benchmark of these commodities has elevated. “Trade @ the Source”, a sentence that is best suited for trading in commodity-producing countries in the world.
ICDX is an Exchange supported by its members who are brokers and traders approved by BAPPEBTI. The member of ICDX facilitates services clients’ transactions overing ICDX products. Trading in ICDX will be settled, guarantee and cleared by Identrust Security International (ISI).
ICDX membership consists of traders, brokerage firms, and foreign traders (remote members). All members have an option as the Exchange clearing members.
ICDX offers a wide range of commodity products which includes the three major groups of commodities: Metals, Soft Agricultural Products, and Energy. More products will be added to ICDX’s growing list of products in phases.
Following on the heels of the very successful inaugural Congress of Indonesian Diaspora held in Los Angeles during July 2012, the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Washington, D.C. will organize the 2nd Congress of Indonesia Diaspora to be held in the Jakarta Convention Center from August 18-20, 2013. This year’s congress theme “Pulang Kampung” or “Home-Coming” will invite not only current leaders, but also the youth and leaders of the next generation back home to Indonesia to harness their strengths and training for the betterment and improvement of Indonesia, and for the benefit of its people.
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A recent Forbes article focused on the top 10 most critical job skills and identified the following skills as the top three:
- Critical thinking
- Complex problem solving
- Judgment and decision making
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On Thursday, 13th December 2012, the Indonesian Institute for Management Development (IPMI) will hold their 38th graduation ceremony for students in their Master of Management and Undergraduate Programs. The event is also hosted by the Indonesian Foundation for Management Development.
We are fortunate that Mr. Leonardo Stoute, President of the LSI Group, has been invited to this prestigious event. Mr. Stoute has a long history with IPMI, where he has been invited to lecture many times over the years.
Yale University and many other prestigious educational institutions around the world have formed the Global Network for Advanced Management to promote collaboration in the areas of business and management.
This is their mission:
In order to succeed, enterprises need leaders who understand how markets and organizations work in these increasingly diverse and complex contexts and who can move supplely from a global perspective to specific understanding. Leaders need to be able to call on expertise and resources from all parts of the globe and all sectors of society, and not assume that any one organization or perspective has the final answer. Leaders need to look to the horizon to spot emerging global powers and rapidly developing opportunities at the edges of the economy.
The Global Network for Advanced Management creates an organizational structure that can thrive in this developing environment. It connects each member school with diverse regions, countries, and cultures, and economies in different phases of development. The network facilitates interaction, but leaves the development of an agenda to the participating schools.
Business enterprises in Indonesia have traditional been dominated by sectors including mining and agriculture, due to the abundance of natural resources throughout the country. However, recent announcements by government ministers, including the Minister of Research and Technology, Dr. Gusti Muhammad Hatta, suggest that Indonesia may soon be headed in a new direction: encouraging small business growth.
Read the recent article in Forbes Magazine
Palm plantation in Indonesia