Japanese Financial Services Group, Nomura, has appointed Kartadjaja Intan as its newest Head of Indonesia Investment Banking in a bid to capitalize on a revamped playing field in Indonesia’s capital markets.
Nomura deals with a variety of financial services, including forex and equities. Earlier this summer, the group named Leonardo Jereissati to head its Latin American markets. In his new role, Mr. Intan succeeds Dicky Yordan and Amir Amiruddin, both of whom were previous co-heads of Indonesian investment banking operations for Nomura.
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As Head of Indonesia Investment Banking, Mr. Intan will be based out of Jakarta and will be reporting to Kelvin Ho, Nomura’s Head of Investment Banking for Southeast Asia.
Prior to joining Nomura, Mr. Intan was the Deputy CEO and President Director of RHB OSK Securities Indonesia. Collectively, he has over two decades of experience in the financial services industry in Indonesia.