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Rahajeng Pratiwi
Officer at IFC - International Finance Corporation

She is a part of IFC – International Finance Corporation 16 yrs 3 mos as an Officer for Environment and Social Risk Management since Jan 2014 – Present · 8 yrs 6 mos Greater Jakarta Area, Indonesia.

Her main responsibility is to lead the program implementation in Indonesia and to ensure leverage of lessons and expertise between Indonesia and other countries as well as broader stakeholders working within sustainable finance fora.

Recent output:

– Signed an agreement with the Indonesia Finance Service Authority (Otoritas Jasa Keuangan-OJK) in May 2014,

– Supported OJK to launch its Roadmap on Sustainable Finance in Indonesia

– Joint-research and training in collaboration with OJK on Environmental and Social Risk Management (ESRM)

Sekar Askarini Noersyachbana
Sekar Askarini - Photo
Legal Consultant – Sustainable Palm Oil, WWF Indonesia

Sekar Askarini is a legal consultant in the Sustainable Palm Oil program in WWF Indonesia since 2020.

She has assisted the program in developing a traceability tool with her legal background in environmental law, which includes agriculture, forestry, business licensing, and land rights.

She also actively contributes to the program’s publications such as on illegal palm oil plantations within forest areas and gender rights in the palm oil plantation business.

She attained her master’s degree from the University of Melbourne in 2019, focusing on environmental, climate change, and human rights law.

Rizkia Sari Yudawinata
Rizkiasari Yudawinata
Sustainable Finance Program Lead WWF-Indonesia

Rizkia is Sustainable Finance Program Lead at WWF-Indonesia.

In this capacity, she actively contributes to the financial sector at national level in integrating environmental, social and governance risk and opportunities into its business decision making processes through various engagement with key stakeholders such as regulators, banks and investors.

She has supported certain initiatives to help major national banks in setting up their initial ESG integration framework and took part in supporting the regulator’s First Movers on Sustainable Banking pilot project back in 2016-2017.

Together with the banks, she also took part in facilitating the establishment of a multi stakeholder platform on sustainable finance in 2018, namely Indonesia Sustainable Finance Initiative (ISFI/ IKBI) – in which the member representing more than 60% of national banking assets and currently acts as the Focal Point of the Secretariat.

Lara Yacob
Sustainable Finance Program Lead WWF-Indonesia Focal Point, IKBI Secretariat

She has Specialties on responsible investment, water management, biodiversity conservation, international development, policy and strategy development, commercial development.

She has a lot of experience in her field such as an Associate Consultant that she provides advisory services to South Pole group clients on sustainable supply chains, agriculture, and conservation finance in South Pole Group since 2017 until now.

She also The Good Growth Partnership Program Manager and ESG Integration Expert at UN Environment since 2018 and present, and she is self-employees as an independent consultant that advising several organizations on issues relating to natural capital financing, sustainable commodity production and stakeholder engagement.

Her clients include commercial banks, international NGO’s, industry associations and UN agencies.

Dr. Budi Wardhana
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Green Economist

Budi previously worked at Badan Restorasi Gambut Indonesia (BRG/Peatland Restoration Agency of Indonesia) as the Deputy Head of BRG for Planning and Cooperation.

Before being appointed as a deputy at BRG, Budi was the Director of Policy, Sustainability and Transformation at WWF Indonesia.

From 1991 to 2006, Budi was employed by the government as a civil servant at the Ministry of Environment (now the Ministry of Environment and Forestry) responsible for biodiversity conservation issues.

Throughout his career at MoE, Budi has often been Indonesia’s focal point for various mechanisms and processes of the UN Convention on Biological Diversity. Budi has a degree on forestry study from Gadjah Mada University.

In 2004, he took postgraduate study at the University of Manchester, England, UK, for an M.Sc.

At the same university, Budi further studied political economy focusing on bilateral and multilateral development assistance to support the implementation of international environmental agreement.

Djoko Hendratto
President Director Badan Pengelolaan Dana Linkgungan Hidup (BPDLH)

Started working as a Civil Servant at the Ministry of Finance on October 1, 1988.

Prior to serving as Director of the Investment Management System in 2018, He served as a Treasury Reviewer in 2013, Served as a Treasury Reviewer from 2013 to 2014.

On March 24 2014 appointed as Director of Financial Management Development of Public Service Agency.

Felia Salim
Member of Board of Directors &Green Fund
  1. Member Board Of DirectorsIndonesia Eximbank(Jul 2018 – Present) 4 yrsJakarta, Indonesia
  2. Member Board Of Directors

AndGreen FundAndGreen Fund (Jul 2016 – Present) · 6 yrs The Hague, South Holland, Netherlands


The Fund’s goal is to prove that financing inclusive, sustainable and deforestation-free commodity production can be commercially viable and replicable, thus strengthening the case for a rural development paradigm that protects valuable forests and peatlands and supports high-productivity agriculture.

The Fund’s goal is to prove that financing inclusive, sustainable and deforestation-free commodity production can be commercially viable and replicable, thus strengthening the case for a rural development paradigm that protects valuable forests and peatlands and supports high-productivity agriculture.

Satrya Wibawa
Satrya Wibawa
SDG-linked Loans Project Manager UNEP Finance Initiative

Satrya joined UNEP FI in April 2022 as the Indonesia SME Financing Consultant for Component 2 of the ASSIST Indonesia Joint Programme.

He is responsible for developing the Green Catalogue for the SDG-linked loans, which will guide financial institutions to apply social and environmental measures in their SME operations.

Before joining UNEP FI, Satrya worked for a company that provided water treatment technologies to municipal water companies.

Before that, he managed several advisory services projects for IFC Indonesia Jakarta Office. Satrya holds an MBA degree from DePaul University Chicago, Illinois.

Nicholas Moss
Managing Director AGRI 3 Funds

Impact investment and sustainable development professional with 15 years’ experience leading investment funds and technical advisory services in forestry, agriculture and climate finance across Africa, Latin America, and Southeast Asia.

Stuart Beavis
Regional Lead The Dutch Fund for Climate Development (DFCD)

Short Bio:


  1. Regional Lead, Dutch Fund for Climate and Development (Asia) WWF-Hong Kong (Mar 2020 – Present) · 2 yrs 4 mos Hong Kong SAR
  2. Senior Vice President, Equity Derivatives – Jefferies (2014 – 2015) · 1 yr Hong Kong
  3. Head of Institutional Equity Derivative Sales – VCM Hong Kong Ltd – (2012 – 2014 )· 2 yrs
  4. Director, Equity Derivative Sales – UBS AGUBS AG (2009 – 2011) · 2 yrs London, United Kingdom
  5. Director, Head of Listed Equity Derivative Sales HSBC (1995 – 2009) · 14 yrs London, United Kingdom
  6. Trader, Equity Derivative Salomon Brothers (1987 – 1993 · 6 yrs) London, United Kingdom