Rheza Karyanto Unit Head of Investment Products I joined Commonwealth Bank through Graduate Development Program (GDP) in 2004 and this is my first job. After graduated from GDP, I was appointed to join the Wealth Management Division. In 2010, I was promoted to be Investments Unit Head. I obtained a lot of working experiences and learned many valuable lessons from my leaders. I also received many qualified trainings and international certification such as registered CFP (Certified Financial Planner). I consider Commonwealth Bank as my family. Being friends with everyone in the Bank has given me a deeper affection towards the company. These valuable experiences are something that has never been expected by a skinny fresh-graduate from Bandung like me. I challenge you to join our team. I can do it, why can’t you?Fransisca Adrianty WidjajaProcess Improvement Specialist width="500"Joining Commonwealth Bank as one of the Graduate Development Program (GDP) member was one of the best thing that happen in my career life. A variety of experiences throughout the Bank, from the implementation of Core Banking system, involvement in acquiring ANK Bank, the implementation of our Internet Banking product, the experience of 1 year Executive Development Program from CBA and the involvement in the SME project have given me beneficial experience in the working environment and enabled me to develop important skills for the future. After working on the SME project for the past 6 months, now I will be starting a new role as Emerging Channel Manager for ATM and Card Channels as part of the eChannel team. One of Commonwealth Bank 3-core strategy is to penetrate the “Emerging Affluent Market” with simplified and affordable banking products and services, meaning there will be a great deal of projects, valuable experiences and challenges along the way and I am really looking forward to it.Maria TaslimBusiness Analyst I enjoy working in Commonwealth Bank. I find its working environment gives very positive energy, in which support and help is generously offered. One gains as one contributes. I have experienced it myself that rewards and recognition does exist and that hard work pays. I started as Micromarketing Specialist and now I am being promoted as a Business Analyst, reporting to our Retail and Business Banking Director and I am ready for the new challenges, exposures and vast opportunity that will help me to develop and grow personally and professionally. Yuriko NeshiHead of Channel Management & Branch Operations Region IJoining with Commonwealth Bank as a Branch Service Manager in 2005, give a chance to me to develop my career in banking industry. One of the valuable experience I learned in Commonwealth Bank is the challange to increase the service quality and operational excellence because the rapid change both internal and external. Support from my supervisor, colleagues and team become my spirit to develop my self personally and professionally. Now, I’m being trusted to get involve actively to give contribution for company through increasing and controling the service process in operational cash and channel management and also the operational in regional branches. Based on the company plan to grow in the future and also the supportive working environment, I believe that there are so many potential experiences and challenges in the future to develop my self.