Dayu joined Rahayu & Partners as a Senior Counsel in 2015. She is trained in Finance (Universitas Indonesia, 2003), holds Masters Degree in Business Law (Universitas Indonesia, 2012) and Master of Science in Public Management and Governance (London School of Economics and Political Science, 2013).
Dayu has an extensive experience in risk assessment in analysis. She began her career as a researcher in Assessment Group Indonesia (AGI) in 2003, providing economic and investment updates to AGI’s clients such as the British Petrolum and Wyeth and on demand stakeholder analysis. She then moved on to working with local governments under the International City/County Management Association in 2004 on selected projects, before joining a United States Funded program to support the Indonesian National Police, International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program (ICITAP). From 2005-2007, Dayu facilitated and managed training programs on matters related to financial crimes: anti money laundering, asset recovery, and investigation of corruption. In 2007 Dayu joined the World Bank, as a governance analyst, taking part in operational and political economic risk analysis for the World Bank. It is in 2007-2012 that Dayu was also involved in the set up of key infrastructure finance institutional architecture such as the Indonesia Infrastructure Investment Facility and Indonesia Infrastructure Guarantee Facility. In 2013 Dayu was promoted to Operations Officer, then tasked with providing political economic advice to the World Bank, which was critical during the times of elections.
Dayu is a Faculty Member of Bina Nusantara University, teaching International Political Economy subjects (including Risk Analysis). She is also volunteers at LSE Alumni Indonesia Association and Indonesia Mengajar (Teaching for Indonesia).