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Jamsostek to remain conservative, commissioner says


State-owned occupational insurance provider PT Jamsostek said it would again this year be conservative in investing the huge fund under its management, commissioner Rekson Silaban said Friday.

Rekson told The Jakarta Post that last year the company’s investment approach was conservative despite having some Rp 60 trillion (some US$6.5 billion) at its disposal, a 7.1 percent increase from the 2006 portfolio of Rp 56 trillion. “Up to 70 percent of that Rp 60 trillion, we invested in bank deposits and mutual funds.”

The remaining 30 percent was invested in foreign exchange and several state-owned enterprises in the form of capital injection, he said. “Besides being conservative, a government regulation limits … certain kinds of investments,” he said. A 2005 regulation provides that no more than 50 percent of the portfolio may be invested in the stock market while for the property market and direct investment the respective limits are 10 and 5 percent.

Sumber : (nkn) The Jakarta Post, Jakarta (cached)


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