Asian Investment Conference 2021
Governor, Bank Indonesia
Perry Warjiyo is Governor of Bank Indonesia. He has been serving in that role since May 24, 2018. Before serving as Governor, he was Deputy Governor of Bank Indonesia from 2013 to 2018 for monetary policy, international policy, sharia economics and finance, as well as financial market deepening.
Prior to this position, Dr. Warjiyo served as Assistant Governor for monetary, macroprudential and international policy – the post he held after being Executive Director of Economic Research and Monetary Policy Department, Bank Indonesia since 2009. He has a long-standing career in Bank Indonesia in areas of economic research and monetary policy, central banking studies and training, office of the governors, monetary policy strategy and organization transformation, foreign exchange management, and international issues. Before re-joining Bank Indonesia in July 2009, he served for two years as Executive Director in the International Monetary Fund (IMF), representing 13 member-countries in the South-East Asia Voting Group.
Dr. Warjiyo is also a lecturer in post-graduate studies in the University of Indonesia, and a visiting lecturer in a number of reputable universities in Indonesia. In addition, he has authored and published a number of books, journals and papers on economy, monetary and international issues. He has offered numerous high-level keynote speeches that have influenced public policy. He holds Master’s and Ph.D. degrees in Monetary and International Finance from Iowa State University, USA.