The JW Marriott Hotel in Jakarta may not be the obvious place to stage

a roadshow: only weeks before, a car bomb exploded nearby, killing 14

people, injuring 150 and destroying the lobby. But that was the

location chosen by Bank Rakyat Indonesia to spread the message about

its recent IPO when 40.5% of the state-owned bank was floated on the

Jakarta Stock Exchange.

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