J.P. Morgan moves

J.P. Morgan hires new Indonesia boss

Haryanto Budiman, previously with Bank Mandiri, moves to J.P. Morgan to run its Indonesia business.
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Haryanto Budiman, J.P. Morgan's new Indonesia country head
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<div style="text-align: left;"> Haryanto Budiman, J.P. Morgan's new Indonesia country head </div>

Haryanto Budiman is the new Indonesia country head at J.P Morgan, according to a statement the US bank made yesterday. He replaces Rizal Prasetijo, who has decided to take a more hands-on business role as head of Indonesian equities distribution, said a spokesperson.

Budiman’s formal title is managing director and senior country officer for Indonesia, and he will also be the head of global corporate banking in Indonesia. He joins from Bank Mandiri, where he was senior executive vice-president and member of the management board. He was in charge of the state-owned lender’s strategic initiatives, including looking for acquisition targets and alliances. He was also a member of Mandiri’s main...

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