Synpulse appoints new partners in Singapore and Indonesia

13 February 2023 2 min. read

International financial services consultancy Synpulse has appointed three new partners in Asia: Rahul Bansal and Yash Shah in Singapore, and Inge Halim in Indonesia.

The promotion of the trio is part of a record intake of new partners for Synpulse, with other partnership additions made in Switzerland (where Synpulse was founded in 1996) and the United States.

“The expansion of the partnership will further support the company’s growth and provide strong leadership to our team of 1,200 Synpulsians around the world,” said Konrad Niggli, Co-CEO of Synpulse. “The diverse profiles and depth of experience of Rahul, Yash and Inge will be strong contributors to Synpulse’s further success in Asia.”

Rahul Bansal, Yash Shah, Inge Halim - Synpulse

Rahul Bansal joined Synpulse in 2014 in Singapore fresh from university. During his nine years at the consulting firm, he has focused on transformation projects in the private banking sector and recently led the build of a full-blown new wave digital bank in Singapore.

Yash Shah was hired as an Associate Consultant in 2014 and has similarly rapidly grown through Synpulse’s ranks. He has gained experience in the private banking and wealth management industries and has been instrumental in Synpulse’s expansion into emerging markets in Asia where he currently leads the wealth business.

Inge Halim has been with the firm since 2020 and is head of the Jakarta office. She has led the rapid growth of the business and people in the Indonesian market. She has over 30 years of experience in IT and financial services much of which was gained during a long career at IBM.

Synpulse helps its financial services clients with an end-to-end model for transformation – from strategy and development to implementation and technology services (delivered by subsidiary Synpulse8). The firm operates with around 20 offices worldwide, with around half of its headcount based in Asia.