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Rudiantara is the Minister of Communication and Information of the Republic of Indonesia. Prior to his ministerial position, Rudiantara has more than 28 years’ experience leading various blue chip companies in Indonesia, both private and government-owned, including in all three of the largest telecommunication companies in Indonesia – Indosat, Telkomsel, and XL Axiata.
Rudiantara holds an MBA from School of PPM (IPPM), Jakarta, Indonesia and a Bachelor degree in Statistics from Padjajaran University, Bandung, Indonesia
Sandiaga S. Uno is one of Indonesia's most prominent young entrepreneurs and is active in the Indonesian business community. He is the co-founder of PT Saratoga Investama Sedaya Tbk and served as a President Director 2004 - 2015. He has led the investment firm to have a solid track record of profitable investments across key sectors of the Indonesian economy.
Sandiaga is a Chairman of Indonesia Association of Traditional Market Merchant, and Vice Chairman of the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Cooperatives and Creative Economy of the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Vice Chairman of the Indonesian Public Listed Company Association. He served as a Chairman of the Indonesia Forum Foundation (2013 - 2015), Chairman of Indonesia Swimming Federation (2013 - 2016) and Indonesian Economic Committee as a member (2010-2014) and the Chairman of the Indonesian Young Entrepreneurs Association (2005-2008).
Sandiaga has been actively involved in several social foundations and movements. He is the founder of Indonesia Setara Foundation, ‘Berlari untuk Berbagi' and ‘Jakarta Berlari". He is also the co-founder of Indonesian Social Entrepreneur Association (AKSI), Indonesia Innovation Technology Foundation (INOTEK) and as an Advisory Board of Mien R. Uno Foundation. He was a member of Asia Society's Asia 21 fellows, class of 2008.
Sandiaga was awarded The 2008 Indonesian Entrepreneur of the Year by Enterprise Asia and appointed as one of the torchbearers at the 2012 London Olympics.
In mid 2015, Sandiaga embarked on a new role to serve and support Indonesia's economic development as a Vice Chairperson Advisory Board of The Greater Indonesia Movement Party.
Sandiaga holds a Bachelor of Business Administration (Summa Cum Laude) from the Wichita State University and an MBA from George Washington University. He is married with three children.
Winston Cheng is President of International at JD.com responsible for global business initiatives as well as international investments and M&A. Prior to joining JD.com Winston was SVP and Head of Global Corporate Finance & Development and Vice Chairman of Investment Committee responsible for the financing, investments and Mergers & Acquisitions for LeEco Global Group. Before joining LeEco in August 2015, Winston was the Head of Asia Technology, Media and Telecom at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Prior to joining Bank of America Merrill Lynch in September 2013, Winston was Managing Director and Head of Asia Ex-Japan IBD Technology Group and was also Head of Asia ex-Japan Consumer Retail Group at Goldman Sachs. Winston joined Goldman Sachs in 2007. Prior to that, Winston worked for over 10 years at Citi. Winston began his investment banking career with Salomon Brothers in 1996. He has worked in New York, Palo Alto and Hong Kong during his 20 years in investment banking.
Winston earned a BA in Economics and Chinese Language from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1995.
Sanjay Gujral is a part of the leadership team and investment committee at L Catterton Asia (fka as L Capital Asia), the Asian franchise of L Catterton, the world's leading consumer investor.
L Catterton Asia is a value-added investor focused on businesses that will benefit from the growth in lifestyle consumption in emerging Asian markets. Focus sectors include consumer brands, beauty & wellness,lifestyle retail, food & beverage, boutique hospitality and media & entertainment.
Mr Gujral possesses over 20 years of experience in private equity, M&A and financial advisory. He joined L Catterton Asia in April 2011 to lead the Firm’s operations in India and moved to Singapore in July 2012 to take on his current regional role. Prior to L Catterton Asia, Mr Gujral was an Executive Director at Everstone Capital, a leading India-focused private equity manager. Before moving to the buy-side in 2006, Mr Gujral spent 11 years in corporate finance advisory at Arthur Andersen, Ernst & Young and Ambit Corporate Finance.
Mr Gujral holds a post-graduate diploma in management from the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore and is a commerce graduate from the Shri Ram College of Commerce, Delhi University.
Since April 2016, Dave is head of Asia for CDPQ, based in Singapore, with the mandate to develop and maintain strong relationships with private and governmental key stakeholders in China, India and South-East Asia. He will also assist the different investment teams (i.e. Private Equity, Infrastructure, funds and real estate) in the selection of Partners and transaction analysis in the local/regional markets.
From 2013 to March 2016, Dave led the risk function for a 25.0B$ Private Equity and 14.0Bs$ Infrastructure portfolio.
Previously, Dave was Head of the Office of Investments of McGill University from 2009 to 2013 which provides oversight and management of McGill University Pension Plan and Endowment Fund. He was responsible for the formulation and implementation of long-term investment strategies, selection and monitoring of fund managers, and ongoing management of risk and performance. He also ensured that the Pension Investment Committee was supported and advised at the highest level.
From 1998 to 2009, Dave was part of the Private Equity group of CDPQ. Based in the Paris office of CDPQ from 2001 to 2005, Dave was responsible for the origination, deal execution, value creation and exit strategy of the TMT investments in North America, Europe and Asia. Dave acted as a Board Director and member of audit committee of many Portfolio companies.
Dave graduated in Civil Engineering from Laval University and obtained an MBA from HEC in Montreal. He also holds the CFA and FRM designations.
Willson Cuaca co-founded East Ventures and started investing in 2010 when no one believes in Indonesia digital economy. The firm has invested in hundreds companies and consistently nurtures enterpreneurship in technology sector.
Mr. Cuaca started his career as network and cyber security professional. He founded and run Apps Foundry, a mobile app company, before exited to large media group.
Currently Mr. Cuaca sit on advisory board of Indonesia VC association.
Najeeb Haider is Principal Private Sector Operations Specialist at the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB). Prior to joining AIIB in September 2016, Mr. Haider worked for Citicorp International Limited (CIL). He spent most of his 21 years with CIL in the project and infrastructure finance business and his last position held was Managing Director and Asia Pacific Head for the business. He was based out of Hong Kong for 19 years and prior to that in Karachi. Previously he worked in the corporate banking departments of the Chase Manhattan Bank (4 years) and Bank of America (2). Mr. Haider holds BBA and MBA degrees from the Institute of Business Administration, University of Karachi.
Henry Hendrawan is the Group CFO of Traveloka since 2015 leading finance operations, corporate strategy, legal and fundraising activities as the company scales throughout Southeast Asia. Prior to Traveloka, he was a Principal for Boston Consulting Group helping major Airlines, FMCG and Telco companies with strategic inititatives and transformation. Mr. Hendrawan has dual engineering degrees from Northwestern University and a Master of Engineering and an MBA from Cornell University.
Daniel Mallo is responsible for Société Générale's Energy, Infrastructure and Metals & Mining practice in Asia Pacific. The team's activities include conventional and renewable power, oil & gas, LNG, base and precious metals, transportation and social infrastructure. He is based in Hong Kong. Prior to that, he was a Managing Director in Société Générale's New York-based Energy Project Finance Group, where he was responsible for originating and executing transactions in the conventional power, renewable energy, LNG and oil & gas sectors in the United States, Canada and Latin America. Daniel has over 18 years of experience in structured finance and has focused on the Energy and Natural Resources sectors for the past 15 years.
Mr. Mallo graduated from Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (HEC) in Paris.
Michael Montelibano is presently Head of Business Development for Ayala Corporation, where he leads Ayala's Business Development team in analyzing new sectors/markets outside of Ayala Corporation's core businesses, in the Philippines and in the Asia region. He is also a Director of certain affiliate and subsidiary companies of AC Healthcare, the healthcare holding company of Ayala, including the Generika Drugstore Group and the Family Doc chain of primary care clinics.
Mr. Montelibano originates and executes investment transactions and partnerships in the in the domestic healthcare and logistics sectors, and as well in select ASEAN markets, including Indonesia, Thailand and Myanmar. He also provides management oversight on Ayala Corporation's investee companies in Vietnam, including participation in Board and Investment Committee meetings. He also heads Ayala Corporation's Innovation Team in identifying new technologies that have significant impact on the operations of the Ayala group of companies, in close collaboration with Ayala business units, external technology experts, and the academic community.
Prior to joining Ayala in 2013, Mr. Montelibano was a PPP Specialist with the Southeast Asia Regional Department at the Asian Development Bank in Manila from 2007 to 2012, where he underwrote and processed sovereign and nonsovereign loans, equity investments and technical assistance grants in the infrastructure and Islamic finance sectors for ADB's clients. In this capacity, he also advised government agencies in Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam on the optimal legislation and institutional framework to support private sector investment in infrastructure projects, primarily via PPPs.
Mr. Montelibano has also held middle management roles at Jones Lang LaSalle (2006-2007; Singapore), DBS Bank (2004-2005; Singapore), Deutsche Bank (1999-2004; Hong Kong), and Security Capital Group (1995-1998; Chicago), primarily in the areas of real estate investment banking and private equity. He graduated with an MBA from the Haas School of Business at the University of California at Berkeley (1995), and a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California at San Diego (1990).
Mr. Montelibano is presently Head of Business Development for Ayala Corporation, where he leads Ayala's Business Development team in analyzing new sectors/markets outside of Ayala Corporation's core businesses, in the Philippines and in the Asia region. He is also a Director of certain affiliate and subsidiary companies of AC Healthcare, the healthcare holding company of Ayala, including the Generika Drugstore Group and the Family Doc chain of primary care clinics.