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Doni Primanto Joewono
Born in Surabaya in 1965, Doni Primanto Joewono completed his formal education with a Bachelor of Development Economics from Sebelas Maret University (UNS) in 1988 and a Master of Administration and Human Resource Development from the University of Indonesia (UI) in 2004. He also completed SESPIBI, Bank Indonesias highest leadership program in 2012 and the National Resilience Institute Education Program in 2018. He has been accomplished various executive leadership program such as monetary and financial market competence development programs organised by international organisations, including the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and South East Asian Central Banks (SEACEN).
Commencing his career at Bank Indonesia in 1991, the first assignment was in the Monetary Management Department, where he was actively involved in monetary management system development, including preparations for Government Bond issuances as well as development of the International Transaction Reporting System (ITRS). After serving as a Senior Economic Researcher (Deputy Director) at the Bank Indonesia Representative Office in London (2005-2008), he continued his career by leading the Bank Indonesia Representative Offices in Solo, DKI Jakarta and West Java. During this time, he was recognised and awarded for Best Regional Inflation Task Force (TPID) in Solo (2012) and DKI Jakarta (2017), he also initiated various activities to stimulate regional investment and enrich the pesantren (Islamic boarding school) economy.
Prior to his appointment as Deputy Governor of Bank Indonesia, Doni Primanto Joewono served as Head of the Human Resources Department in 2020. In accordance with Presidential Decree No. 78/P of 2020, dated 30th July 2020, he was sworn in as Bank Indonesia Deputy Governor and took the oath of office on 11th August 2020.