Management Muamalat
Audit Committee
Management Muamalat
Audit Committee
 
Anwar Nasution
Chairman of the Audit Committee

Indonesian citizen, born in Sipirok, Tapanuli, on August 5, 1942. Appointed as President Commissioner of PT Bank Muamalat Indonesia Tbk since it was appointed at the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders dated June 23, 2014 and obtained an effective decision from OJK dated November 19, 2014.

 

In 1968, graduated from the Faculty of Economics, University of Indonesia; in 1973, Master of Public Administration from the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University-Massachusetts, USA; in 1982, a Ph.D in Economics from Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts, USA. Specialization in the field of Applied Macro Economics Theory, Monetary Economics and International Economics. Dr. Anwar Nasution is Professor Emeritus of Economics at the University of Indonesia in Jakarta, Senior Fellow at the Jeffrey Cheah Institute of Southeast Asia, Sunway City, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia;

 

One member of Advisory Group International (Shadow-20) in 2013 under the leadership of Professor Jeffrey Sachs of Columbia University, Economic Institution Specialist at SEADI Project, Nathan Associates, Inc., in Jakarta (2011-2013); Chairman of the Supreme Audit Board of the Republic of Indonesia (2004-2009); Senior Deputy Governor of Bank Indonesia (19992004) and Dean of Faculty of Economics (1988-2001). He became Professor of Sasakawa in Economic Development at the UNU / WIDER Institute in Helsinki, Finland, and Professor of Economics at the University of Helsinki and Tampere in 1995-1996.

 

Visited Research Associate, and NBER in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, IDE in Tokyo, Research Faculty for Pacific Studies, ANU in Canberra, Australia, and Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan.

 

As a consultant to UN-ESCAP, UN-ECLAC, US-AID, ADB, World Bank, IMF and MITI Japan and is a member of the American Economic Association, the American Committee on Asian Economic Studies (ACAES) Economic Association. Professor Nasution holds an editorial position in the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies (BIES) published by the University of Australia, Canberra, Journal of Economic Studies Asia (published by ACAES) and Journal of Asian Economics.

 

His research work has been published in many economic journals, and by a number of publishers, such as ISEAS Singapore, RoutledgeCurzon, University of Chicago Press, University of Michigan Press, Praeger, Maruzen, McMillan and Lynne Rienner Publishers, OECD and Oxford University Press. His publications include: "Financial Institutions and Policies" (Singapore: ISEAS, 1983); With W.T. Woo, "The Behavior of Economic Policy in Indonesia and Its Impact on Foreign Debt" in JD Sachs (ed.), Debt of Developing Countries and World Economy, Chicago University Press, 1989); With WT Woo and B. Glassburner, "Macroeconomic Policy, Crisis and Long-Term Growth in Indonesia, 1965-1990" (Washington, DC: World Bank, 1994); With S. Griffith-Jones, M.F. Montes, "Short-Term Capital Flow and Economic Crisis" (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000) and "Global SavingsInvestment Imbalances: What Role for East Asia", Asian Economic Papers 6-2, pp 1-13 (August 2007). His edited book entitled Macroeconomic Policy in Indonesia After the Financial Crisis in 1997, in 2014 has been published by Singapore Routledge both hard and soft cover.

Iggi H. Achsien
Member of the Audit Committee

 

Indonesian citizen, born in Indramayu, February 3 1977. Obtained his Bachelor’s degree from Faculty of Economics University of Indonesia the best in class with Cum Laude. He has completed Global Leadership Executive MBA at SBM ITB and Aalto University, Finland. He has experience in financial industry in sharia banking sector, capital market as well as insurance. Actively involved in sharia financial industry and known as pioneer in the issuance of Sharia Bonds (Sukuk) in Indonesia with the initial issuance of Indosat Sharia Mudharabah Bonds in 2002. Also involved with Ministry of Finance in the process of Government Sukuk issuance in 2008.

Served as Independent Commissioner of PT Bank Muamalat Indonesia Tbk since appointed in the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders on 23 June 2014 and obtain effective decision from the FSA dated November 25 , 2014.

Achmad Arifin
Member of the Audit Committee

Indonesian citizen, born in Tegal, March 25 1954,  he has passed Bachelor’s degree from Faculty of Economics University of Indonesia on 1987. Before joined as Audit Committee Member of PT Bank Muamalat Indonesia Tbk, he has experiences in banking  industry in operational and internal audit of PT. Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk, also as Internal Audit Division Head of PT. Bank Mutiara Tbk.

Beside that he active in Organization of Banking Internal Audit (IAIB) as well as Assessor of Internal Auditor under National Board of Profession Sertification (BNSP).

Herbudhi Setio Tomo
Member of the Audit Committee

Indonesian citizen, born in Jakarta, May 20, 1966. Obtained a Doctorate degree from the Faculty of Economics and Business in Islamic Economics and Finance of Trisakti University in 2015. S2 Education (Master of Economics with specialization of Economics and Islamic Finance) From Trisakti University on 2012. Bachelor of Agriculture (Bachelor of Agriculture with concentration of agriculture and natural resources) from bogor agricultural institute achieved in 1991. Before serving as Member of Audit Committee PT. Bank Muamalat Indonesia Tbk, he has had expert experience for more than 20 years, including 16 years in sharia banking at Bank Muamalat for various segments such as commercial and corporate with the last position as Business Director in 2007. Then he also served as a President Director for 7 years (2007-2014) at PT Al Ijarah Indonesia Finance (ALIF), a subsidiary of Bank Muamalat focusing on multipurpose financing based on sharia. Since 2015 he founded sharia finance consultant company that is @ hst-Consulting engaged in financial consultancy and sharia banking training. In the field of financial consultants serving demand from GIZ (Deutsche Gessellchaft International fur Zusammenarbeit) GmbH, Bappenas, PT. Pos Indonesia, PT.Pegadaian. In addition, the training also serves to LPPI (Indonesian banking development institutions), Muamalat Institute, Azzahra University, etc. In 2017, he is also requested as an investment advisor at PT. OSO Investment Management. Since February 2018, he has served as Audit Committee of PT Bank Muamalat Indonesia Tbk.

 

In addition to his professional career, he has also attended various Islamic banking training both domestically and abroad (dubai, Jeddah, Kuwait, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Brunei)