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Management team

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    Independent Commissioner

    An Indonesian citizen, Sity Leo Samudera holds a Bachelor of Commerce, majoring in Accounting from the Australia National University, Canberra, Australia. She was the President Director/Managing Director of Barclays Capital Indonesia for four years and during that period led numerous landmark deals and client relationship in Indonesia.


    Prior to Barclays Capital, she worked for various banks including Citibank, Chase Manhattan Bank and Deutsche Bank. She was also the ANZ Director of Institutional Banking and responsible for growing and developing the institutional business and capabilities before she was appointed as commissioner.


    Sity has obtained OJK approval as Independent Commissioner of ANZ Indonesia on 10th of October 2016, established by Circular Resolution of Shareholder s as a replacement of General Meeting of Extraordinary Shareholders PT. Bank ANZ Indonesia dated 27 October 2016.


    Independent Commissioner

    An Indonesian citizen, Jusuf Arbianto Tjondrolukito earned his Bachelor’s degree from the Faculty of Economics, Gadjah Mada University and Master of Arts (MA) from Sekolah Tinggi Teologi Reformed Injili Indonesia (STTRII). He has been serving as Independent Commissioner since June 2008. At present, he is also a Commissioner at PT Nippon Indosari Corpindo Tbk.


    He started his banking career in Citibank (1969-1980), prior to serving as Managing Director in Bank Danamon (1980-1995) and Bank Delta as President Director.


    Jusuf also served as Commissioner in Bank Danamon, Bank Dana Asia and Korea Exchange Bank Danamon until 1998, and then in PT Matahari Putra Prima, Tbk in 1999-2008.


    Jusuf is also an arbiter at the Indonesian National Board of Arbitration and Member of Certified Professional Coach (CLC).



    Hong Swee is a senior banker with 28 years of experience in the financial services industry. His work experience includes Business Development, Risk management and Governance.


    In his current role as Chief Risk Officer for Singapore, South East Asia, India and Middle East, Hong Swee is responsible for ensuring the financial and reputational integrity of ANZ’s business through the effective management and governance of the Bank’s risks (credit, operations, markets, liquidity, reputation, strategic and capital) in various geographies, including South East Asia, India and the Middle East.


    Hong Swee joined ANZ in 2009 as Chief Risk Officer, ANZ Taiwan before taking on the role of Chief Risk Officer, ANZ China in 2013.



    President Director

    Vishnu Shahaney has been in his role as CEO Indonesia since May 2016. In this role, he is the country head and responsible for the overall business of ANZ in Indonesia across the customer segments of Institutional and Retail Banking.


    Vishnu has held a number of senior management positions in corporate, institutional, transaction banking and risk throughout his long career with ANZ and has worked in Singapore, India and Australia.


    Prior to his move to Indonesia, he was based in Singapore since 2010. Vishnu also held various senior roles in Australia, including State Manager, Corporate Banking, Victoria & Tasmania; Head of Risk for Corporate and Private Bank, Managing Director, Corporate Banking, Australia; and Managing Director (Acting) for Working Capital.


    Vishnu was conferred an “IBF Fellow” by the Institute of Banking and Finance, Singapore. He served as a Council Member of the Association of Banks in Singapore, Board Member of the Singapore International Chamber of Commerce and the Australian Chamber of Commerce. He is also a member of the Advisory Board of Curtin Business School’s Asia Business Centre and a Board Member of the Australia-Indonesia Centre.


    Vishnu joined ANZ Grindlays Bank in India as a Management Trainee in 1980 and has a B.A. Economics (Hons.) from Kolkata University and a Master of Business Administration from Melbourne Business School, Australia.


    Vice President Director

    Mark Fitz-Gerald joined ANZ Indonesia in November 2016 and is currently Vice President Director & Head of Client Coverage – International Banking.


    Mark has extensive senior leadership experience across a variety of businesses in Australasia, the Middle East and Asia, including Indonesia. After several international assignments, Mark was appointed Citigroup’s Country Head to New Zealand in 2005. In 2010 Mark moved to Westpac NZ where he led a number of key divisions including Wealth and Business Banking. In addition to these roles, Mark has had a variety of governance positions with a particular focus on building international trade and educational linkages.



    Mujur Tandi holds a bachelor degree in Industrial Engineering from Bandung Institute of Technology, Bandung, Indonesia.


    He started his banking career in early 2000. Prior to joining PT Bank ANZ Indonesia in 2008, Mujur worked with Standard Chartered since 2003. In the first ten years of his banking career, he was highly involved in Risk i.e Credit Policy, Credit MIS, and Analytics & Modelling. He joined ANZ Indonesia as Head of Credit Risk & Collection and rotated to various Operations divisions such as Branch Operations, Operations Transformation and Institutional Operations. 


    Mujur was appointed as Chief Operating Officer since January 2016 and assigned as a Director since January 2018.

  • Stephanie Angelin


    Stephanie joined ANZ Indonesia as CFO in February 2017.


    Stephanie started her banking career with Commonwealth Bank of Australia in Sydney in 2000. She held a number of key finance positions in CBA, both in Australia and Indonesia, before joining DBS Bank Indonesia in 2011.


    Passionate in advancing women leadership, Stephanie actively mentors other banking professionals and chairs the committee that promotes gender diversity in ANZ Indonesia.


    Stephanie holds a Bachelor of Commerce in Finance and International Business, and a Masters of Commerce from University of New South Wales, Sydney.

  • Tutwuri Anggarwani, CAMS


    Tutwuri joined ANZ Indonesia in July 2014 and she is currently appointed as Compliance Director.


    Starting her career in the banking industry since 1998, she has extensive experience and held several leadership positions in both local and multinational companies in Indonesia such as Citibank, Bank International Indonesia, Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ, Bank Ekspor Indonesia and American Express Bank.


    Her most recent professional contribution in the banking compliance industry includes speaker and trainer on Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Terrorist Financing (AML/CTF) best practices for Financial Institutions, representative for Indonesian Banking industry during the on-site National Mutual Evaluation Review (MER) by Asia/Pacific Group (APG) on Money Laundering and an active member since 2005 in the Compliance Director Communication Forum (FKDKP) & Compliance Standard Certification Working Groups.

The provision of products and services is subject to the laws and regulations of the Republic of Indonesia and PT Bank ANZ Indonesia banking licence in Indonesia.
ANZ is a bank that registered with and under the supervision of the Financial Services Authority.