One of Indonesian nimble and wide-scale relations investment banker Mira Arifin will leave her current strategic position as Head of Indonesia Country Coverage at the Japanese investment bank Nomura and join the US-based Bank of America-Merrill Lynch Indonesia as president director.
Mira Arifin may replace a stellar figure in the capital market Lily Widjaja, which is currently holding the top position at Bank of America-Merrill Lynch Indonesia.
"If you are looking one of the best Indonesia bankers, you can find Mira Arifin and Indrawati Darmawan," said one banker at South-Asia based investment bank, which previously worked at the same investment bank with one of them.
Mira is the former investment banker at JPMorgan during 1996-2003. Afterward, Mira joined UBS AG starting from 2003,2004 to 2007. From early 2007 to now, she is working for Lehman Brothers which was acquired by Nomura.
With Nomura, she managed several deals in Indonesia such as Indonesia's government bond, IPO of PT Bumi Resources Minerals Tbk, and guaranteed notes issued by EMP International Holdings (Energi Mega Group)
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