Handoko Tomo spent most of his career on matters related to assurance and non-assurance services. In 1987, after graduating from the College of State Accountancy (STAN), he worked for the Financial and Development Supervisory Board (BPKP) as a government auditor and performed the audit of consolidated financial statements of PERTAMINA (Indonesian State Owned Oil Company), including auditing exploration and production costs, refinery, marketing and distribution, cost recovery, taxes, procurement and LNG/LPG projects.
As from 1993, he was involved with private sector assignments and performed many assurance and non-assurance services. He performed general and compliance audits for a number of coal companies, various finance related companies (pension funds, issues related to factoring, leasing and consumer financing), hotels, hospitals, insurance, appraisal, forestry, fertilizer, engineering, procurement, construction and manufacturing companies.
He performed internal auditing services for the largest Indonesian Tin Mining company for five years, designed and implemented strategic management systems (activity-based cost system and balanced scorecard), auditing information technology (for companies in the areas of construction, real estate, concrete manufacturing, trading, and a port operator). He has substantial experience in the audit of state-owned enterprises, including performance evaluation and the audit of corporate social responsibility (CSR/PKBL) programs.
Mr Handoko is an experienced lecturer in matters such as: advanced accounting, accounting information system, computer audit, and auditing. He is Head of Public Relations at the Indonesia Institute of Accountants (IAI), Jakarta Branch, and a coordinator for the auditing courses at KERPPA-IAI.