Get to know Jack Brown from Invest Islands and some of his achievements: With a deep-rooted passion for sustainable development, nothing brings Jack more satisfaction than helping investors realise their dreams of owning a slice of paradise and ensuring they exit with an excellent return. Jack is particularly proud of the Invest Islands Foundation who work hard to improve the quality of life of the local communities in Lombok including building a school and building a new recycling centre for waste collected from the ocean.
In 2016, Jack and Kevin set up a dedicated sales division in Hong Kong, to give investors an easy and secure way to own land and develop real estate on the Indonesian islands of Lombok, Sumba and the Anambas. The partnership is the ideal combination of Jack’s sales and marketing expertise and Kevin’s local knowledge and investment nouse. Full and Secure Foreign Ownership Without a Local Nominee! We are proud to be the only real estate company in Hong Kong that offers its clients an investment in Indonesia and an opportunity to invest through a verifiable, regulated entity without the need for a local nominee. This makes due diligence far more transparent.
Invest Islands on investment opportunities in Hong Kong : Indonesia’s economy is on the rise, helping the country take its rightful position as a major destination for foreign direct investment (FDI). Indonesia is entering a “sweet spot” as a convergence of its young, working population with that of relatively stable inflation and sustained economic growth which in turn is fuelling overall consumer spending. Finally, the country’s resilience during the global financial crisis illustrates the merits of its immense population and economic self-reliance, demonstrating how these factors buck the trend of most other G20 economies.
Less Relative Risk. Indonesia may be less risky than many emerging markets, with an average annual return of over 25% and a beta coefficient of less than 0.8, according to a February 2011 study by MSCI and Bloomberg. Room to Grow. Indonesia’s market capitalization is significantly smaller than the BRIC economies, which suggests that it has ample room to grow, even if overall growth rates were to slow down, according to a NYSSA analysis. Inflation Risk. Indonesia has faced rising inflation along with its economic growth. If these rates were to move out of control, it could lead to higher interest rates that may negatively impact the country’s equity prices.
“Operating across the Asia Pacific region, Invest Islands is a land brokerage company based in Lombok Indonesia, with strategic offices in Hong Kong under Asian Island Group. I currently oversee all of the aspects of the Asian Island Group. I also travel to the development sites and visit the Invest Islands Foundation Charity projects. Additionally, I frequently travel to the plantation field at the foot of Mount Rinjani that supplies fresh fruits and vegetables to the Invest Islands Resort in Torok Bay.”
Indonesia is one of 5 countries that grew its GDP at or over 5% last year, of the 47 countries listed on The Economist magazine’s weekly country indicators chart. In fact Indonesia has had the most consistent economic growth of any economy since the second world war. Although 5% growth is far below the growth target of the current government, it is still growing faster and more consistently than most. The stable growth of the Indonesian economy is, like the USA, China and India, thanks to the huge domestic market of 267 million people, the 4th largest country in the world by population. Indonesia’s economy is set to move from 9th largest economy today to 4th largest by 2050.
Going about his work with an infectious smile, Jack fills rare moments of downtime exploring his interest in art as well as travelling to Barcelona, where he invested in property in 2016, and back to Scotland to see friends and family. Read additional information at Invest Islands Jack Brown.