Deutsche Bank makes senior hires for coverage of Indonesian corporations
Deutsche Bank has made three senior appointments to its capital markets and treasury solutions (CMTS) team led by Indira Citrarini who joins from Bank of America Merrill Lynch as head of corporate finance for Indonesia, along with Siantoro Goeyardi and Kusnadi Pradinata, who join as director and vice-president respectively. Their appointments are effective immediately.
Citrarini will report to Sreenivasan Iyer, head of CMTS, Southeast Asia while Goeyardi and Pradinata both report to Citrarini.
In her new role, Citrarini is responsible for servicing and building Deutsche Bank’s corporate client base in Indonesia by providing access to the full range of the bank’s financing, risk management and transaction banking products and services. Prior to her previous role as head of investment banking for Indonesia at BoAML, she was head of Indonesia corporate coverage at Credit Suisse.
Together with Goeyardi and Pradinata, Citrarini will work alongside Deutsche Bank’s existing eight member CMTS team covering Indonesia.
Commenting on the appointments, Iyer said: “While Indonesia’s corporate sector continues to benefit from strong and stable rates of economic growth, high levels of volatility in global financial markets ensure risk management continues to be a key priority for all corporations. Indira and her team will ensure our leading financing and risk management capabilities are made increasingly available to corporations in Indonesia, helping to minimize risk across commodities, FX, rates and debt markets.”
Citrarini graduated with a degree in business studies from Swiburne University of Technology in Melbourne. Goeyardi has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Wisconsin-Madison while Pradinata holds an MBA from Duke University.
5 Jan 2012