ACCA appoints Hani Karunia as Head of ACCA Indonesia

ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) has appointed Hani Karunia as the new head of ACCA Indonesia.

Hani joins ACCA from Accenture where she was the country lead for Global Mobility Services. She brings a wealth of experience in business development, customer service, and sales and marketing in a number of sectors, having begun her career at KPMG.

Speaking on the new country head appointment, Pulkit Abrol, ACCA Market Director – ASEAN and ANZ said: “I am delighted to welcome Hani Karunia as the new head of ACCA Indonesia. As a part of the role, she will be Chief Representative of ACCA Indonesia on compliance matters and continue to grow ACCA’s presence throughout the country through existing university, Approved Learning Partners (ALPs), employer and government partnerships.

“Indonesia is an important market for ACCA. With its stable government and economic outlook, Indonesia looks promising and provides good opportunity for ACCA to be part of the nation and capacity building in bringing the accountancy profession there to greater heights.”

Commenting on her new role, Hani Karunia said, “I am incredibly honoured to now be a part of the ACCA Indonesia team. With my experience in the business, accounting and education field, this is an opportunity to lead ACCA’s strategic operations in Indonesia and create high level solutions and values to the organisation. I look forward to working closely with our stakeholders, including our students, members, employers, learning providers, universities and local government to further expand ACCA’s reach and credibility.”

Hani Karunia began her new role on 20 March 2020. She will be based in Jakarta and will report to Lauren Peng, head of Emerging Asia.

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