Ogar Renaldi Widjaja

Passive Sales, Head of South East Asia and Intermediaries

DWS

Profile:

Ogar is part of the Passive Sales team in DWS (previously known as Deutsche Asset Management), responsible to cover Private Banks, as well as Institutional clients in South East Asia. He was previously working in BlackRock, where he spent 6 years in Singapore and Hong Kong, initially responsible to develop ETFs, before he became an ETF Specialist covering Private Banks, Retail, and Asset Managers, and subsequently a product strategist within the Asian Fixed Income team. Earlier in his career, Ogar was a Quantitative Analyst at ABN AMRO in Sydney and Derivatives Structurer at BNP Paribas Fortis in Hong Kong. Ogar holds BSc in Computer Science and Applied Maths from University of Melbourne, Postgraduate Diploma in Actuarial Science from Cass Business School London, and MSc in Risk Management from University of New South Wales. He is also a CFA charterholder and Certified FRM.

The latest articles from Ogar Renaldi Widjaja

Indonesia

DWS Reviews the Dynamic Global ETF Market and Analyses Recent Trends Ogar Renaldi Widjaja, responsible for the distribution of Passive products in South East Asia for DWS, told the audience at the Hubbis Indonesia Wealth Management Forum why the more than USD5 trillion ETF market continues to expand and why passive strategies have been growing rapidly, despite a glob....

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Shangri-La Hotel, Jakarta, Indonesia

Indonesian Wealth Management Forum 2019

We were delighted to host our 9th annual Indonesian Wealth Management Forum.

More than 200 CEOs, COOs, Independent Asset managers and other senior practitioners attended – from a mix of local and international Private Banks, Retail Banks, Insurance Companies,...

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Indonesia

DWS Reviews the Dynamic Global ETF Market and Analyses Recent Trends Ogar Renaldi Widjaja, responsible for the distribution of Passive products in South East Asia for DWS, told the audience at the Hubbis Indonesia Wealth Management Forum why the more than USD5 trillion ETF market continues to expand and why passive strategies have been growing rapidly, despite a glob....