Agnes Salyanty

Senior Analyst

Agnes is a Manager in the Indonesia Country Programme and Development domain of MSC.

Agnes is a Manager in the Indonesia Country Programme and Development domain of MSC. She is a banker with over nine years of experience gained through projects with international funding agencies, MFIs, and community-based institutions in Indonesia. Her area of expertise include project management, digital financial services, banking, agri-finance, and microfinance. Agnes holds a Masters of Science in Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship from the Manchester Business School.

Posts by Agnes Salyanty

Addressing the Impact of COVID-19 on the low and middle income segments in Indonesia

This blog is the second of two blogs based on the MSC study. It provides recommendations for policymakers to improve the socio-economic and health outcomes for low and middle-income (LMI) segments.

The impact of COVID-19 on LMI segment in Indonesia

This is the first of two blogs that highlights the insights from MSC study to understand the economic and health impact of COVID-19 on LMI ( Low and medium income) Indonesians.

The economies have been hit already—we now need palliatives and ultimately cures

An economic pandemic is upon us as the COVID-19 infection continues to spread around world, affecting a billion people from the low-income segment. Our blog looks at why policymakers need a feedback loop of evidence-based information for governments to develop and deploy effective policy measures.

Report on findings from the impact evaluation of Program Keluarga Harapan (PKH)

MSC did an impact evaluation of the PKH conditional cash transfer program, one of the largest social assistance programs in Indonesia and managed by the Ministry of Social Affairs.

Operations assessment and impact evaluation of Program Keluarga Harapan (PKH)

MSC did an impact evaluation of the PKH conditional cash transfer program, one of the largest social assistance programs in Indonesia and managed by the Ministry of Social Affairs.

Aligning regulations to enhance digital financial inclusion in Indonesia

In Indonesia, the regulatory supervision of banking and financial services is under two regulatory bodies, Bank Indonesia (BI) and the more recently established, Financial Service Authority (Otoritas Jasa Keuangan or OJK). This study looks at synergies in regulations for e-money (LKD) and branchless banking (Laku Pandai) to unleash the full potential of digital financial services in Indonesia.