The Indonesian Presidency of the G20 Throughout 2022: ‘Recover Together, Recover Stronger’ agenda and priorities

3 June 2022; 4:00 - 6:00 PM

Venue: Tonino Lamborghini International Convention Center, Sharm El Sheikh (Suez Canal Hall)


Throughout 2022, Indonesia is assuming the G20 presidency leading up to the G20 Bali summit in November. The Indonesian G20 presidency is adopting an ambitious agenda titled “Recover Together, Recover Stronger” which focuses on Global Health; Digital Transformation; and Energy Transition and aims to promote a balanced recovery of the global economy; resilience and stability of the global financial and monetary system; and sustainable and inclusive economic growth. IsDBG is actively supporting Indonesia’s G20 presidency and is actively engaged in G20 working groups. In this context, IsDBG’s G20 Sherpa team is organizing this high-level seminar to shed light on G20’s importance to IsDBG and to familiarize member countries with different aspects of G20 agenda and IsDBG related activities. The event is organized in coordination with the Egyptian Ministry of International Cooperation.

Key issues to be addressed:

  1. What are the main pillars and expected outcomes of Indonesia’s G20 Presidency agenda? How does this agenda benefit IsDBG member countries’ national development goals?
  2. How can G20 as a global policy platform benefit IsDBG as a regional MDB? and how can IsDBG as a voice from the south benefit G20?
  3. What are the main intersection areas between G20’s agenda and IsDBG’s strategic framework? How does coordination between IsDBG and Indonesia in the G20 benefit IsDBG member countries?  
  4. What are the most relevant policy recommendations for IsDBG to maximize the impact of its G20 contributions?
  5. What are the lessons learned from Indonesian G20 experience that could be of benefit to Egypt’s hosting of the CoP27?

  • Speakers
    • H.E. Muhammad Al Jasser

      Is the President and Chairman of IsDB Group. H.E. previously served as Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s Minister of Economy and Planning. H.E. is also a former Governor of Saudi Central Bank, and an advisor at the General Secretariat of Saudi Council of Ministers.    

    • H.E. Sri Mulyani Indrawati, Minister of Finance, Republic of Indonesia

      From 2002 to 2004, she served as the Executive Director at the International Monetary Fund from 2002 to 2004. In October 2004, she was appointed as Indonesia’s Minister of Development Planning. Shortly after this, in December 2005, she started her new post as the Minister of Finance.

    • H.E. Perry Warjiyo

      H.E. Perry Warjiyo is the Governor of Bank Indonesia (BI). Prior to this appointment, he has also served as Deputy Governor, Assistant Governor for Monetary, Macroprudential and International Policy and the Executive Director of the Economic Research and Monetary Policy Departments.

    • H.E. Rania A. Al-Mashat

      is Egypt’s Minister of International Cooperation and previously served as Egypt’s first female Minister of Tourism. Her previous positions include Advisor to the IMF Chief Economist and Sub-Governor for Monetary Policy at the Central Bank of Egypt.

    • H.E. Mahmoud Mohieldin

      is an Executive Director at the International Monetary Fund and UN Special Envoy on Financing the 2030 Development Agenda.

      He was Egypt’s Minister of Investment from 2004-2010, and recently appointed by Egypt’s Government as the country’s Climate Action Champion.

    • Dody Budi Waluyo

      is Deputy Governor of Bank Indonesia (BI).

      Dody previously held important positions at BI, including Head of Economic & Monetary Policy, Head of Strategic Management & Governance, head of Strategic Planning & Public Relations, and Head of International Directorate Bureau.

    • Wempi Saputra

      is Indonesia’s Assistant Minister of Finance for Macro Economy and International Finance.

      Wempi previously held different positions within the ministry including Head of the Center for Policy Analysis and Harmonization, Head of Management Division, and Head of Program and Activities

    • Edi Prio Pampudi

      is Indonesia’s Deputy Minister for International Economic Cooperation and G20 co-sherpa and Daily Coordinator for Sherpa track.

      Edi previously served as the Minister’s Advisor on Connectivity, Service Development, Natural Resources and Maritime Relations, and Assistant Deputy for Monetary and Balance of Payments.

    • Rami Ahmad, Senior Advisor to the President & Special Envoy on SDGs, Islamic Development Bank Group

      Rami is the Special Envoy on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the IsDB’s G20 Sherpa, in addition to his duties as Senior Advisor to the President of the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB). He is supporting the President on global advocacy activities, including the World Economic Forum (WEF), and as a sherpa for the Heads of MDBs Forum. He is also a member on the Board of Directors of ICD, the private sector arm of the IsDB Group.