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Deputy Managing Director

Angga Antagia

Angga provides oversight and quality control across BGA’s work in Indonesia, based on his 15 years of experience in public policy, regulatory reform, international trade, project management, government relations and public affairs. 

Angga has broad experience in industry associations and the private sector, including a post as the senior country representative of the U.S.-ASEAN Business Council. He led advocacy in cross-sectoral industries and built relations with senior government officials, associations, chambers and other key Indonesian stakeholders. While at the council, Angga served on the supervisory board of the Indonesian Telematics Society (MASTEL), the leading digital industry association. Earlier at Bank Syariah Bukopin, Angga was a business development coordinator for portfolios including healthcare, construction and the retail industry. 

Angga’s extensive networks derive from his years as staff expert in the Indonesian People’s Representative Council (DPR). He was founding deputy executive director of the Asia Pacific Services Coalition’s Indonesia Services Dialogue Council and a policy officer at the APEC Business Advisory Council Indonesia. He started his career as an assistant lecturer in the Economics Department of Gadjah Mada University and a researcher at the Centre for Economic Studies and Public Policy.  

Angga holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Gadjah Mada University. He received further professional education through a Ford Foundation-supported executive program for sustainable partnership from Paramadina University and in effective negotiation at the Singapore Institute of Management for Professional Development.

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