Synpulse installs Inge Halim as Country Head for Indonesia

02 February 2021 2 min. read
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Synpulse has installed a new leader for its Indonesia office: 30-year financial services industry veteran Inge Halim.

The newly appointed Managing Director and Country Head joins the consulting firm from IBM, where she worked for nearly two decades across several leadership roles. Most recently, Halim led IBM’s Financial Services industry practice, responsible for its full breadth of technology, consulting, cloud and managed services offerings to financial institutions in the country.

Her track record includes supporting numerous large financial services organisations in Indonesia and the region with technology design and implementation, digital transformation, and the adoption of emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, cloud, big data and cognitive solutions.

Inge Halim, Country Head Indonesia, Synpulse

Handed full responsibility for the leadership and development of Synpulse in the Southeast Asian country, Halim will spearhead the growth of the Indonesian team. Her appointment comes hot on the heels of Synpulse’s launch in the country – the news formally hitting the market in September last year. 

Yves Roesti, a Managing Partner at Synpulse in Asia, said: “We’re thrilled to have Inge on board to help us drive our growth plans in Asia Pacific. Her track record and experience in the financial services industry will be vital in achieving our target of building a 500-strong business in Asia Pacific by 2025.” 

Commenting on her new role, Halim stated: “It’s an honour to lead the Indonesian team. We have a strong team in Indonesia, and an even stronger support network and ecosystem within Synpulse worldwide. With these foundations for growth, I’m confident that we can continue build a successful practice in the Indonesian market.”

Founded in 1996 in Switzerland, Synpulse is a management consulting firm dedicated to the financial services industry. The consultancy has five offices in Asia, alongside ten offices in Europe and the Americas.