Bambang Susantono

Institution: 
ADB
Profile / Bio: 

Mr. Bambang Susantono is the Vice-President for Knowledge Management and Sustainable Development of the Asian Development Bank (ADB). He assumed the position in July 2015. Mr. Susantono is responsible for management of ADB’s Sustainable Development and Climate Change Department, Economic Research zand Regional Cooperation Department, and Department of External Relations. Prior to this, Mr. Susantono was the Vice-Minister of Indonesia’s Ministry of Transportation and Deputy Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development. He has extensive experience providing policy advice to government, private sector organizations and international institutions. He chaired several research institutes and taught in universities. He was also Commissioner for airline, port, telecommunications and media companies. He served as the President of Indonesia Intelligent Transport Society; Vice President of East Asia Society of Transportation Studies based in Tokyo, Japan; and a member of the Board of Trustee of the SouthSouthNorth Foundation in Johannesburg, South Africa. Mr. Susantono holds a PhD in Infrastructure Planning and Master’s degrees in Transportation Engineering, and City and Regional Planning from the University of California Berkeley. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from the Bandung Institute of Technology.

Materials

Title Date Learning Materials Topic
Welcome Remarks 06 November 2018 Slides Capacity Development, Knowledge Management
Opening Remarks 02 October 2018 Slides Water
Welcome Remarks during the 2nd Asia Finance Forum 08 November 2017 Slides Finance, ICT
Keynote Statement 05 September 2016 Multimedia Climate Change, Disaster Risk Management
Keynote Statement 05 September 2016 Documents Climate Change, Disaster Risk Management
Welcome Address - Financial Inclusion in the Digital Economy 24 May 2016 Documents Finance, ICT
Welcome Remarks - External Support for Decentralization Reforms and Local Governance Systems in the Asia-Pacific: Better Performance, Higher Impact? 25 August 2015 Documents Governance and Public Sector Management