A year on, Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center (BNDCC) honours the appointment as one of Indonesia’s G20 Presidency meeting series venues.
The Finance Track meetings of the first G20 Finance and Central Bank Deputies held from 9-10 December 2021 were attended by 228 delegates, including the Finance Minister’s Deputies and Central Bank Deputies from G20 member countries.
In 2022, the third G20 Finance and Central Bank Deputies continued their meeting from 13-14 July as the Finance Track preliminary meeting to the third Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors Meeting on 15 July. Held in a hybrid format, the meeting was attended by 19 Finance Ministers, 11 Central Bank Governors and 527 delegations.
Numerous sideline events were also held as part of the meeting series, comprising high-level seminars, global discussion sessions, bilateral meetings and an exhibition as a showcase of Indonesia’s five Super Priority Tourism Destinations and Bali’s Small Medium Enterprise (SME) products.
In August, the third G20 Development Working Group and various side events were successfully held from 10-12 August and continued with the third G20 Meeting of the Environment Deputies Meeting and Climate Sustainability from 29-30 August, followed by the G20 Joint Environment and Climate Minister’s Meeting on 31 August.
State-Owned Enterprises (SOE) International Conference as a flagship event in Indonesia’s G20 Presidency, was successfully held on 17-18 October. The conference acts as a platform for leaders from the government, SOE and private sector to share insights, best practices and a way forward on SOE’s transformation and role to drive sustainable and inclusive growth. It was attended by more than 800 delegates, including the former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Tony Blair.
Various G20 meetings and events were held back-to-back in mid-November, namely the G20 Digital Transformation Expo, G20 Pride of Indonesia Expo, Ocean20, Tri Hita Karana Forum, T20 and B20 Summit.
B20 Indonesia Summit is the official G20 dialogue forum with the global business community. This year, the B20 Summit took place from 13-14 November, hosted and organised by the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. It was attended by 2,000 global CEOs, numerous stakeholders from the international business community and Heads of State. The summit included a business round table, an agreement signing ceremony, and a bilateral meeting. It delivered keynote speeches by the President of the Republic of Indonesia H.E Joko Widodo, President of South Korea H.E. Yoon Suk-yeol, Prime Minister of Australia H.E. Anthony Albanese, Prime Minister of Canada H.E. Justin Trudeau and President of United Arab Emirates H.E. Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan.