Bank Mandiri revamps top management positions
The Jakarta Post
State-owned lender Bank Mandiri has announced changes to its management following a shareholders meeting on Wednesday with four new directors joining the bank.
Agus Dwi Handaya was named the bank’s compliance director, Panji Irawan was named finance director, Alexandra Askandar was appointed institutional relations director and Donsuwan Simatupang was named retail banking director.
The appointments marked the end of the tenure of Ogi Prastomiyono, Tardi and Kartini Sally. Shareholders also reappointed Hery Gunardi as business and network director
"The change is a form of shareholders support to the company’s management to improve short-term and long-term business targets, in terms of asset management and profitability creation,” said Bank Mandiri president director Kartika Wirjoatmodjo at Plaza Mandiri, Jakarta.
Previously, Agus Dwi Handaya was senior executive vice president (SEVP) corporate transformation and finance of Bank Mandiri, Panji Irawan was Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI) treasury and international director, Alexandra Askandar previously served as SEVP corporate banking and Donsuwan Simatupang was Bank Rakyat Indonesia’s (BRI) risk management director. (bbn)
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