Since 1990 Christov has been a banker. He was The Agency Secretary of IBRA (BPPN) that responsible as Investor Relations Division Head with IDR 600 trillion assets of hundreds companies and many top Indonesian holding companies to be managed.
Set up Indonesia roadshow to Singapore, Hong Kong, Seoul-Korea, Tokyo-Japan, London-England, New York and USA.
Deal with almost all worldwide financial & non financial media, such as Wall Street Journal, Reuters, Asian Wall Street Journal, Asia Money, Financial Times, Dow Jones, AFX, Bridge News, NHK, Nikkei, Fortune, New York Times, The Economist, The Business Times, etc. With close relationship with worldwide financial organizations, such as World Bank, Asian Development Bank, International Monetary Fund. Deal with world class rating companies such as Standard & Poors, Moodys, etc.
Previously he was Corporate Planner in banks such as Bank Tiara, Bank Niaga, and American Express. Christov is the author of two Public Relations best selling books: The Power of Public Relations and Behind Indonesia’s Headlines.
He received a Master of Management’s degrees in Strategic Management from Asian Institute of Management, Makati Manila, Philippines. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Strategic Management from Padjadjaran University, Bandung. He graduated from Top Management Program, AIM Asian Institute of Management, The Leadership Training at Galillee Institute, Israel and Haggai Institute, Maui Hawaii, USA.
Dr. Jos Luhukay
Dr. Jos Luhukay is a veteran for various senior management positions and equity partnership in various companies. Danamon Bank is one of it. However, in April 2011, Joseph Fellipus Peter Luhukay resigned from Danamon Bank.
After getting his bachelor’s degree from Electrical Engineering, University of Indonesia, Jos Luhukay worked as a technician in various companies from 1972 to 1977. In 1980 he continued his computer studies in the University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign, United States. He obtained his doctoral degree in 1983.
After returning from the US, Jos contributed to University of Indonesia, where he once studied. He set up the Computer Faculty of UI. His career rocketed and in no time he became the President of Lippo Bank (2004-2006). There are still many other large companies where Jos contributed. To mention some of them are Ernst & Young, Niaga Bank, Ministry of Finance of Republic of Indonesia and Ministry of Research and Technology. Jos was also listed as the Deputy Rector of BINUS UNIVERSITY in September 1996.
Dr. Agustinus Prasetyantoko
Doctoral degree in Economics, Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS) – Lettres et sciences humaines, Lyon, in agreement with Department of Finance, ESCP-EAP, The European School of Management, Paris, France. Majoring in Financial Economics. Master program in Strategic Management at Université de Science et Technologies de Lille (USTL). Undergraduate program at the Department of Management, Faculty of Economics, Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, 1992 – 1997.
Partner at Strategic Indonesia, and also a full-time Lecturer at Atma Jaya Catholic University, Jakarta from August 1998 to present. Also a temporary member of GATE (Groupe d’Analyse et de Théorie Economique), CNRS UMR 5824 – Université Lyon 2 and ENS Lsh, February 2006 – present, and a temporary Research Fellow at Oxfam – Great Britain for “Project on Corporate Social Responsibility of Multinational Corporations in Indonesia”, January 2004 – July 2004. Research Analyst at the Centre for Financial Policy Study (CFPS), Jakarta, from 1998 to December 2003. Research Fellow at the Centre Information of Law-Economic Studies (CINLES). Freelance writer (mainly) for KOMPAS daily newspaper based in Jakarta since 1997 to present.
Research interests (JEL classification) : Business Cycle (E3), International Finance (F3), Corporate Finance and Governance (G3), Firm Strategy (L1), Firm Behavior (L2). Software (Methodology) : STATA, E-views
Books and contributions : 1. Prasetyantoko, Raphaella D Dwianto (forthcoming), “Management in Indonesia: toward a governance era”, chapter in book titled Asian Business and Management: Theory, Practice and Perspectives, Palgrave Macmillan, England. 2. Chevalier, Alain, Prasetyantoko & Rofikoh Rokhim (forthcoming), “Foreign ownership participation and corporate governance practices in Indonesia”, chapter in book titled Corporate Governance; Country Experiences, ICFAI University Press, India. 3. Andang L Binawan, Al & Prasetyantoko, A. (eds.) (2004) Social Justice: in Search of Social Welfare in Indonesia (in Indonesian), Jakarta, Buku Kompas. 4. Prasetyantoko, A. (2004) Corporate Social Responsibility of Financial Sector in Indonesia (in Indonesian), SOMO (Stichting Onderzoek Multinationale Ondernemingen – Center for Research on Multinational Corporations) – the Netherlands and the Business Watch Indonesia (BWI), Surakarta – Indonesia, and many more.
Having been been in IT industry for almost 20 years and involved in anything from pre-sales, sales, project management to on-going support, he has wide range of experience in dealing with, interacting with, and managing various levels of people within an organization. He was also in a property industry for a period of time.
He is now PowerPR head representative in Singapore.
Having completed from Padjadjaran University with degree in management. Since 1992 has been involved in operation and marketing activities at Bank Danamon Indonesia, restructuring and asset management investment (IBRA).
Prior to join PowerPR he was involved in financial and marketing activities for retail and corporate client. At PowerPR he is responsible for daily operational / business activities and corporate development of the company.
During his work at PowerPR he has involved in handling client such as Garuda Indonesia, Mandiri Sekuritas, Bank Danamon Indonesia and Newmont Nusatenggara, and Sarinah, etc.
Having completed from Akademi Perhotelan dan Pariwisata Sahid with degree in hotel management. Since 1996 has been involved in operation and management activities at some companies, such as Pizza Hut, Borobudur Intercontinental Hotel Jakarta, Sempati Airways and etc.
At PowerPR he is responsible for finance and corporate development of the company. During his work at PowerPR he has involved in handling client such as Yayasan Olahragawan Indonesia, Bank Danamon Indonesia, Ministry of Finance Republic of Indonesia, Newmont Nusatenggara, Binus Groups, and etc.
Having completed from with degree in management. Since 2000 has been involved in media monitoring analysis and Public Relations activities.
Prior to join PowerPR he was involved in Media Relations activities for retail and corporate clients.
During his work at PowerPR he has involved in handling client such as Yayasan Olahragawan Indonesia, Bank Danamon Indonesia, Ministry of Finance Republic of Indonesia, Newmont Nusatenggara, Binus Groups, and etc.