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SK Group upbeat on Indonesia, ASEAN fintech and EV batteries

South Korean conglomerate also confident on Malaysia digital bank license

Ken Choi, a top SK Group executive, says the South Korean conglomerate is keen to explore investment opportunities in Indonesia. (Source photos by courtesy of SK Group and Reuters) 

KUALA LUMPUR -- SK Group, South Korea's third-largest conglomerate by assets, is aiming to increase its footprint in Southeast Asia by moving into Indonesia from existing bases in Malaysia and Vietnam, a top executive told Nikkei Asia.

SK Group will be setting up an operation in the region's largest economy to scout investment opportunities, said Ken Choi, executive president of its SUPEX Council, which is in charge of global business development.

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