Noke began his business career as a management trainee with Siemens AG in 1974, acquiring professional commercial and accounting qualifications as Industriekaufmann in Germany and ultimately reached the top executive position as CEO of the Indonesian subsidiary. His subsequent business career was at top executive positions with international companies in the oleo-chemical and mining industries before establishing his own consulting company in 2006, Kiroyan Partners.
Sarwono was a Minister of Marine and Fisheries (Menteri Kelautan dan Perikanan) from 1999 – 2001. Previously, he held the portofolio of Minister for the Environment (Menteri Negara Lingkungan Hidup) from 1993 – 1998, and Minister for Administrative Reform (Menteri Negara Pendayagunaan Aparatur Negara) from 1988 – 1993. He has recently been appointed as a Commissioners for PT. Energy Management Indonesia (Persero). He has also recently held the position of special advisor to the Vice President of the Republic of Indonesia.
Marzuki is an Indonesian lawyer and politician. He served as the country’s Prosecutor General (Jaksa Agung) from 1999 to 2001. He has served on several national and international human rights commissions and, in August 2010, became founding director of the Human Rights Resource Centre for ASEAN. In 2013 he was appointed as a member of the United Nations Human Rights investigation into North Korea.
Yuli serves as Deputy Chief Editor of the English edition of TEMPO, a weekly news and current affairs magazine based in Jakarta, Indonesia. She is an expert in media issues and media training, government relations and community development. She is also managing editor of Asia Views, a monthly supplemental magazine distributed by publications in the member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
Currently is the Executive Board of Transparency International Indonesia and also an Oversight Committee Member for the construction of the Kalibaru Port. With her education background from Faculty of Letters, University of Indonesia, she is appointed as a Lecturer at the University of Indonesia on in the IR Department, FISIP-UI covering modern Chinese society, regional issues as well as political economic issues.
Pribadi is currently a Lecturer and the Head of the Student Center, at the Faculty of Economics, University of Indonesia. He graduated Master of Arts in Economics from the University of Manchester, United Kingdom. He has been a consultant to The British Council, Jakarta, and the Asian Development Bank, for Decentralized Social Service Delivery.
Mathias is the President Director/Country Manager of Caterpillar Financial Indonesia. Prior to coming to Indonesia, Matthias held positions in Caterpillar Financial (Switzerland), GE Capital (England) and ABB (Switzerland/USA). He is experienced in project, export and trade financing in the infrastructure, mining, power and oil & gas industries in Africa, Americas, and Asia Pacific.
Martiono Hadianto is the President Director of PT. Newmont Nusa Tenggara. He also served as Chairman of the Indonesian Mining Association (Ketua Asosiasi Pertambangan Indonesia). Before work at Newmont, he served as Finance Director of PT. Garuda Indonesia, Chief Commissioner of PT. PLN, Telkom and Pertamina on 2005
Tigor serves as President Director of PT Bank CIMB Niaga Tbk since June 1, 2015. He holds Bachelor in Finance and Accounting from University of Virginia. Before joining CIMB Niaga, he was with Citi for 20 years, started as Management Associate in 1995. His last post was as Chief Country Officer of Citi Indonesia in 2011. He was Vice President – Institutional Remedial Management Group at the Citi headquarter in New York (2000-2003).
Currently is a Principal, President Director of PT Sejahtera Mitra Emerindo and also Country Representative of Emergenetics International – Indonesia, a Global Human Capital Consultant.
Pandu Sjahrir is the Managing Director of the Abraaj Group, the largest global emerging market private equity firm. Pandu is also active in industry level where he currently serves as the Chairman of the Indonesian Coal Mining Association (APBI-ICMA) and also as Vice Chair in the energy sector for the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce (KADIN). Pandu Sjahrir also serves as a Director of Toba Bara Sejahtra Tbk, a leading company in Indonesia, which was selected as one of Forbes’ Best of the Best Companies in Indonesia.
Is the President Director of Moores Rowland Indonesia, and responsible for managing the business. He has helped build the firm into the fifth largest in Indonesia. Prior to establishing Moores Rowland Indonesia, he was a Director of Standard Chartered International Trustees in charge of business development worldwide and was liaison director for all non-commercial banking subsidiaries. While in China, he worked for Price Waterhouse in charge of international tax and business consulting services serving all the firm’s multi-national clients doing business in the People’s Republic of China.
Founder and Director of PT. Rumah Komunikasi Indonesia (IComm). Prior to establishing IComm, she is Act as Board of Directors representative, provide counsel to consulting team for projects in the areas of communications, corporate social responsibility, stakeholder’s engagement and reputation managements.
An Indonesian international banker with 28 years of banking experience in Asia, Australia and Europe across 17 countries including Country and Regional management. Currently CEO for Citi Indonesia and the Chairman of the International Banks Association of Indonesia (PERBINA). Previously CEO for Citi Philippines and Regional Head for Citi Philippines & Guam (2013-2015); CEO for Citi Hungary and Regional Head for the Balkan & Baltic Regions in Central Eastern Europe (2008-2013).