I am a PhD in Finance student at the University of Strathclyde. I completed my BSc in Economics (major in Finance) from Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia, and Master degree in Business Administration (concentration in Finance) from Georgetown University, USA. I hold a Financial Risk Manager certificate from the Global Association of Risk Professional, USA, and passed Chartered Financial Analyst Level II exam from the CFA Institute, USA. I attended courses in Advanced Econometrics at London School of Economics, UK, and Financial Time Series at Barcelona Graduate School of Economics, Spain.
Before joining the University of Strathclyde doctoral programme, I had worked in several departments of the central bank of Indonesia, including Department of Banking Supervision, Department of Banking Research and Regulation, and Department of Macroprudential Policy. I was also appointed as staff to the Senior Deputy Governor.
My research interests include financial stability and systemic risk in banking sector, banking regulation and macroprudential policy, and competition and performance in banking industry.