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Desember 5, 2009

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On The Cover/Top Stories
Indonesia’s 40 Richest
Suzanne Nam, 12.14.09
1 R. Budi & Michael Hartono
$7 billion BANKING
68. Married, 3 children
70. Married, 4 children

Brothers own nation’s second-biggest clove cigarette maker, Djarum. Recent U.S. ban of its clove cigarettes won’t likely have big impact given massive Indonesian market. Besides, most of fortune now held in Bank Central Asia, whose net profits were up 27% for first three quarters of year. Own Grand Indonesia, high-end mall and office building.

2 Martua Sitorus
$3 billion PALM OIL
49. Married, 4 children

Director and joint chief operating officer of agribusiness Wilmar International, which he cofounded in 1991. Company posted 24% gain in net profits for first 9 months of year, despite a 27% drop in revenues, due to lower commodities prices.

3 Susilo Wonowidjojo
$2.6 billion TOBACCO

With family, owns Gudang Garam, country’s largest clove cigarette maker; name means “salt warehouse.” Shares hit 4-year high in wake of big deal in which British American Tobacco bought majority stake in its rival Bentoel International. Susilo was named president in June, replacing nonfamily member who left in February. He and brother Sumarto sit on company’s board while sister Juni Setiawati is a company commissioner. Brother Rachman Halim ran business until his 2008 death.

4 Aburizal Bakrie
$2.5 billion COAL
63. Married, 3 children

Family’s holding firm, Bakrie & Brothers, teetered on brink last year but restructured $1.3 billion in debt. Value of its stake in Indonesian coal producer Bumi Resources has jumped, thanks in part to $1.9 billion loan from China Investment Corp. In October elected chairman of Indonesia’s Golkar party, part of ruling coalition.

5 Eka Tjipta Widjaja
$2.4 billion PALM OIL
86. Married, 15 children

Family best known for escaping Asian financial crisis of the 90s; its Asia Pulp & Paper defaulted on more than $10 billion in debt at the time. Now derives bulk of fortune from holdings in Golden Agri-Resources, palm oil producer run by son Franky, and in Asia Food & Properties; shares of both more than doubled in past year. Chinese immigrant got start selling biscuits.

6 Peter Sondakh
$2.1 billion INVESTMENTS
57. Married, 3 children

Made $350 million selling stake in Bentoel to British American Tobacco in June. Sold interest in cell phone company, Excelcomindo Pratama, for more than $400 million in 2007. Biggest holding now is stake in cementmaker Semen Gresik. His Rajawali Group also has interests in hotels, mining, plantations.

7 Putera Sampoerna
$2 billion INVESTMENTS
61. Married, 4 children

Family, which sold its clove cigarette maker to Philip Morris in 2005, has been investing proceeds. Investment in palm oil concern Sampoerna Agro has done well. Also owns Sampoerna Strategic Square in downtown Jakarta. Son Michael, a professional poker player, runs investment firm Sampoerna Strategic.

8 Sukanto Tanoto
$1.9 billion DIVERSIFIED
59. Married, 4 children

In September renamed his conglomerate RGE (Royal Golden Eagle), apparently to give it a more contemporary image. Group owns papermaker April and palm oil firm Asian Agri, which is still being investigated for allegedly evading taxes between 2002 and 2005. Company denies wrongdoing. He and another tycoon lost 7-year bid to recover stake in coal producer Adaro Energy after Singapore courts ruled that Deutsche Bank acted in good faith following $100 million loan default.

9 Anthoni Salim
$1.4 billion DIVERSIFIED
60. Married, 3 children

Head of family’s Salim Group, chairs publicly traded holding company First Pacific. Its flagship is Indofood, world’s biggest seller of instant noodles; also has stakes in Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. and Metro Pacific Investments.

10 Soegiharto Sosrodjojo
$1.2 billion CONSUMER GOODS
79. Married, 5 children

Founder of consumer goods group Rekso, chaired by eldest son, Peter. Its top moneymaker, Sinar Sosro, which makes flavored tea, mineral water, juices, is run by son Joseph. Rekso National Food, run by youngest son, Sukowati, took over McDonald’s franchise in June. Reportedly owns largest privately held tea plantations in Indonesia. With Singapore Raffles Hotels & Resorts, is developing luxury resort Raffles Jimbaran Bali.

11 Low Tuck Kwong
$1.18 billion COAL
61. Married, 2 children

Stock of his coal outfit, Bayan Resources, soared, pushing him into billionaire ranks for first time (see story, p. 36).

12 Eddy William Katuari
$1.1 billion CONSUMER GOODS
58. Married, 4 children

Listed Bank Ekonomi in 2008, then sold out to HSBC in May. Took helm of Wings, which now makes more than 200 household products, in 2004 after death of his father, group’s cofounder. Today it is big rival of Indonesia Unilever.

13 Chairul Tanjung
$990 million DIVERSIFIED
46. Married, 2 children

Runs Para Group, with interests in banks, TV stations; has franchise rights to Baskin-Robbins; high-end brands Prada, Jimmy Choo. Opened theme park in September with partner, former vice president Jusuf Kalla. Got start selling study guides while in dental school.

14 Garibaldi Thohir
$930 million COAL
>44. Married, 3 children

President of coal producer Adaro Energy, which owns rights to explore a mine that has 2.8 billion tons of coal reserves.

15 Theodore Rachmat
$900 million COAL
66. Married

Cousin of Edwin Soeryadjaya (No. 16) and former head of auto company Astra International is now vice president of Adaro and head of consumer lender Adira Finance.

16 Edwin Soeryadjaya
$800 million COAL
60. Married, 4 children

Son of former billionaire made own fortune through investment firm Saratoga Capital. Helped take Adaro, his firm’s biggest asset, public in 2008. Saratoga is planning to finance additional mining, infrastructure investments with debt.

17 Trihatma Haliman
$750 million REAL ESTATE
57. Married, 2 children

Heads privately held property developer Agung Podomoro, founded by his late father 40 years ago. Group has developed more than 1,200 acres of land into apartment buildings, industrial estates, warehouses.

18 Ciliandra Fangiono
$710 million PALM OIL
33. Married, 2 children

Former investment banker is chief executive of First Resources, which manages more than 247,000 acres of palm oil plantations. He and his siblings, including his brother Cik Sigih, who is deputy chief executive, own 74% stake in company. Father, Martias, founded company but has not been involved since 2003; Martias paid nearly $40 million fine related to corruption charge in 2008.

19 Arifin Panigoro
$650 million OIL
64. Married, 2 children

Founder of MedcoEnergi, an oil-and-gas exploration outfit. Brother Hilmi is now its chairman while Arifin remains an advisor. Also a majority shareholder in Bank Saudara, which he took public in 2006, year of its 100th anniversary.

20 Murdaya Poo
$600 million DIVERSIFIED
68. Married, 4 children

Founded Central Cipta Murdaya in 1984; now has interests in IT, timber, plantations, consumer goods, engineering. Property firm Metropolitan Kentjana, of which family owns half, went public in July; hasn’t performed as hoped. Wife, Siti Hartati Murdaya, helps manage business, heads Indonesian Buddhist Council (Walubi).

21 Hashim Djojohadikusumo
$500 million OIL
55. Married, 3 children

Wiped out by Asian financial crisis in 90s, making comeback. Nations Energy, a private Canadian company he apparently controls, sold its oilfield in Kazakhstan to China’s CITIC for a net of $1.5 billion in 2006. Son of former finance minister Sumitro Djojohadikusumo; backed brother Prabowo Subianto’s unsuccessful bid for Indonesia’s vice presidency this year.

22 Kusnan & Rusdi Kirana
$480 million TRANSPORT
50. Married, 2 children
46. Married, 3 children

Brothers started Lion Air in 2000 after working for years as travel agents. Now Indonesia’s second-largest airline, started regular flights from Jakarta to Jeddah in November. Ordering additional planes. Kusnan is chairman and Rusdi is president.

23 Prajogo Pangestu
$475 million DIVERSIFIED
58. Married, 3 children

Runs Barito Pacific, which completed acquisitions of petrochemical outfits Tri Polyta and Chandra Asri last year. According to latest audit, Barito and subsidiaries deferred loan payments and lack of compliance with certain legal covenants raise doubts about its ability to continue as a “going concern.” Hasn’t hurt its stock. Pangetsu bought Transpacific Group, which has 80% stake in Transpacific Railway Infrastructure.

24 Harjo Sutanto
$470 million CONSUMER GOODS
83. Married, 4 children

Cofounded consumer products company Wings with father of Eddy Katuari in 1948. Families, which listed Bank Ekonomi in 2008, cashed out earlier this year.

25 Mochtar Riady
$440 million DIVERSIFIED
80. Married, 6 children

Founded Lippo Group, with interests in property, retail, finance. Shares fortune with son James, who is Lippo’s chief, and his other children. Group is planning a leisure-and-tourism complex in Korea. One of Lippo Group’s executives sentenced in June to 3 years in prison for bribing an official at Indonesia’s antimonopoly agency. Mochtar Riady Cancer Center in Jakarta set to open soon.

26 Eka Tjandranegara
$430 million REAL ESTATE
63. Married

His Mulia Group, which delisted its main company in 2007, has 11 commercial properties, including 57-story Wisma Mulia in Jakarta, and one 5-star hotel.

27 Ciputra
$420 million REAL ESTATE
78. Married, 4 children

Runs property developer Ciputra Group, which has stakes in 8 public outfits. Family also owns townships in Vietnam, Cambodia. Plans to build 3 townships in China.

28 Hary Tanoesoedibjo
$410 million MEDIA
44. Married, 5 children

Controls 3 national TV networks, 4 radio networks, Web site, newspaper and nation’s largest pay-TV service, Indovision. His Global Mediacom divested its interest in wireless firm Mobile 8 this summer. Chief executive of Linktone, a wireless entertainment services provider in China.

29 Sandiaga Uno
$400 million COAL
40. Married, 2 children

Former analyst cofounded Saratoga Capital with Edwin Soeryadjaya (No. 16); Sandi, as he is known, is company’s managing director and a board member of Adaro. Went to college in Kansas.

30 Boenjamin Setiawan
$395 million PHARMA
76. Married, 2 children.

Scientist behind Kalbe Farma, started out in a garage in 1966 with his brothers. Stepped down as firm’s president commissioner in 2008. Claims to be largest publicly traded drugmaker and cord-blood bank in Southeast Asia.

31 Alim Markus
$350 million DIVERSIFIED
58. Married, 6 children

Left school at age 15 to work at father’s oil lamp factory. Now heads Maspion Group, family conglomerate in Surabaya known for affordable electrical home appliances, housewares. Appears in national ad campaign to encourage Indonesians to buy local products.

32 Aksa Mahmud
$330 million DIVERSIFIED
64. Married, 5 children

Founder of Bosowa, one of the largest conglomerates in eastern Indonesia. Recently picked up stake in Bank Kesawan. Brother-in-law of former vice president Jusuf Kalla. Eldest son, Erwin, is Bosowa’s CEO, chairman of the Indonesian Young Entrepreneurs Association; son Sadikin is managing director. Youngest son, Subhan, is a driver for the Indonesia Rally Team.

33 Sutanto Djuhar
$325 million CONSUMER GOODS
80. Married, 5 children

Cofounded Salim Group with father of Anthoni Salim (No. 9). Sits on board of First Pacific.

34 Kartini Muljadi
$320 million PHARMA
79. Widowed, 3 children

Former judge and her family derive fortune from stake in drugmaker Tempo Scan, run by son Handojo. Founder and senior partner of law firm Kartini Muljadi & Rekan.

35 Soegiarto Adikoesoemo
$300 million SORBITOL
71. Married, 3 children

Chairs AKR Corporindo, distributor of petroleum products, chemicals; world’s second-largest maker of sorbitol.

36 George Santosa Tahija & Sjakon George Tahija
$290 million DIVERSIFIED
51. 56.

Brothers control Austindo Nusantara Jaya, with businesses in palm oil, financial services and health care. George Santosa runs group; wrote 2 travel books. Brother, an ophthalmologist, sits on board of commissioners.

37 Paulus Tumewu
$280 million RETAIL
57. Married, 3 children

Founder of Ramayana, retailer targeted to lower-middle-class customers, opened first store in 1978. Now has 105 locations in 42 cities and employs 25,000 people. Net profits up 15% last year.

38 Husain Djojonegoro
$260 million CONSUMER GOODS
60. Married, 4 children

His ABC Group makes dry cell batteries, sanitary napkins, distributes Thai energy drink Krating Daeng and Japan’s You C1000. Its Orang Tua Group, run by brother Hamid and nephew Chu Shen, is known for such brands as Tango Wafer, Formula Toothpaste.

39 Bachtiar Karim
$250 million PALM OIL
52.

With brothers, heads Musim Mas, Indonesia’s first certified maker of sustainable palm oil. Group traces its roots from Nam Cheong Soap Factory founded by late father, Anwar, in 1972.

40 Kris Wiluan
$240 mil ENERGY
61. Married, 3 children

Runs Citramas Group, energy group he founded. Heads KS Energy Services and Citra Tubindo. Son Michael runs a digital-media studio; with Eric Khoo, member of wealthy Singapore family, started Gorylah Pictures to produce horror, action movies.
Jumat, 04 Desember 2009 | 07:58

ORANG KAYA INDONESIA VERSI MAJALAH FORBES

Ada Lima Orang Kaya Baru di Indonesia

JAKARTA. Booming sektor komoditas – batubara, kelapa sawit, serta minyak dan gas (migas) – sepanjang tahun 2009 membawa berkah bagi sejumlah pengusaha Indonesia. Setidaknya, itu tergambar dalam laporan terbaru versi Majalah Forbes Asia.

Kemarin (3/12), Forbes menerbitkan lagi 40 orang terkaya negeri ini. Lima di antaranya merupakan pendatang baru, dan empat dari lima orang itu adalah para pengusaha di sektor komoditas.

Kelimanya ialah Ciliandra Fangiono, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) First Resources, produsen minyak sawit mentah alias crude palm oil (CPO); Sandiaga Uno, salah satu pemilik Adaro Energy; Hashim Djojohadikusumo, konglomerat minyak dan bisnis niaga; Bachtiar Karim, Chairman Musim Mas, produsen CPO; serta Kusnan dan Rusdi Kirana, pemilik maskapai terbesar kedua Indonesia, Lion Air (lihat infografis).

Yang terbilang menonjol adalah Sandiaga Uno. Mengawali bisnis pada 1997 dengan mendirikan PT Recapital Advisors bersama Rosan Perkasa Roeslani dengan modal nekad, kini total kekayaannya sudah mencapai US$ 400 juta, atau sekitar Rp 3,76 triliun pada kurs Rp 9.400 per US$.

Sayang, Sandiaga tak membalas pesan singkat dan telepon dari KONTAN. Cuma, di mata Rosan, sahabat terdekat yang juga Presiden Direktur Recapital Advisors, Sandiaga adalah pria pintar yang selalu merencanakan bisnis dengan matang. “Tak heran jika sekarang ia mendapat kesuksesan seperti saat ini,” kata Rosan.
Rata-rata naik

Selama 2009, sektor komoditas memang benar-benar perkasa. Tengok saja kinerja bursa saham kita. Dalam 12 bulan terakhir, menurut Forbes, Indeks Harga Saham Gabungan (IHSG) di Bursa Efek Indonesia melesat hingga 115%, tertinggi kedua di Asia setelah Shenzen SE Composite, China. Emiten-emiten sektor komoditas yang mengerek perdagangan saham.

Tak heran jika pengusaha-pengusaha komoditas menikmati betul hasilnya. Aburizal Bakrie, misalnya. Dalam daftar Forbes baru, pemilik Bumi Resources itu sukses naik peringkat. Tahun lalu, akibat krisis, orang terkaya 2007 itu kekayaannya menukik 84% dari US$ 5,4 miliar pada 2007, jadi hanya US$ 850 juta dan hanya pada posisi delapan. Tahun ini, harta Aburizal naik lagi menjadi US$ 2,5 miliar dan menempati posisi empat.

Low Tuck Kwong, pemilik Bayan Resources, juga setali tiga uang. Setahun ini, saham Bayan Resources naik hingga 474%. Tak heran, Low, yang baru tahun lalu masuk jajaran 40 besar orang terkaya dan nangkring di posisi 25 dengan harta US$ 214 juta, tahun ini melejit ke posisi 11 dengan kekayaan US$ 1,18 miliar.

Rata-rata, kekayaan 40 orang itu memang melonjak. Jumlah totalnya naik dua kali lipat, dari US$ 21 miliar pada 2008 jadi US$ 42 miliar tahun ini. Forbes mencatat, lebih dari sepertiga dari daftar tersebut meraup kekayaannya dari sektor batubara, CPO, dan migas, termasuk empat dari lima pendatang baru itu.

Lonjakan harta mereka berbanding terbalik dengan kondisi 2008. Dalam rilis Forbes 12 Desember 2008, rata-rata harta 40 konglomerat itu anjlok tergerus krisis. Angkanya, dari total US$ 40 miliar pada 2007, jadi hanya US$ 21 miliar. Itu seiring anjloknya pasar global, turunnya IHSG sebesar 54% dibanding 2007, dan pelemahan nilai tukar rupiah.

Pemilik Grup Djarum, Budi dan Michael Hartono, tahun ini masih menempati posisi pertama dengan total kekayaan US$ 7 miliar. Sisanya, diisi oleh wajah-wajah lama.

Yang hilang dari daftar Forbes tahun ini antara lain bekas Wakil Presiden Jusuf Kalla yang tahun lalu di posisi 29 dengan kekayaan US$ 185 juta; Tan Kian, pemilik hotel bintang lima JW Marriott dan Ritz-Carlton, yang di 2008 di urutan 30 dengan harta US$ 175 juta; Jakob Oetama, kong-lomerat media, yang tahun lalu di posisi 37 dengan harta US$ 80 juta; dan Hadi Surya, pemilik Berlian Laju Tanker, di 2008 pada urutan 38 dengan kekayaan US$ 70 juta.

Danto Rochman, Anna Suci Perwitasari

kontan
Kamis, 03/12/2009 11:19 WIB
Ciliandra Fangiono, Jutawan Termuda RI dalam Daftar Forbes
Nurul Qomariyah – detikFinance

Ciliandra (First Resources) Jakarta – Direktur sekaligus chief executive director First Resources, Ciliandra Fangiono untuk pertama kalinya masuk dalam daftar 40 orang terkaya di Indonesia versi majalah Forbes.

Ciliandra yang baru berusia 33 tahun ditaksir Forbes memiliki kekayaan US$ 710 juta atau sekitar Rp 6,75 triliun dan berada di peringkat 18 dalam daftar tersebut. Sementara pemilik Sinarmas Grup Eka Tjipta Widjaja tercatat sebagai jutawan tertua dalam daftar tersebut. Dalam usia ke-86, Eka Tjipta memiliki kekayaan sekitar US$ 2,4 miliar .

Forbes menulis, nilai kekayaan 40 orang terkaya Indonesia meningkat tajam selama tahun 2009 menjadi US$ 42 miliar dari tahun 2008 yang hanya US$ 21 miliar. Tingginya permintaan sumber daya alam produksi Indonesia telah meningkatkan kekayaan para milyuner tersebut secara cepat.

Lebih dari sepertiga dari daftar tersebut meraup kekayaannya dari sektor batubara, CPO dan migas. Termasuk 3 dari 5 pendatang baru dalam daftar tersebut. Salah satunya adalah Ciliandra Fangiono.

Forbes dalam edisi tentang orang terkaya Indonesia yang dikutip detikFinance, Kamis (3/12/2009) menjelaskan, Ciliandra yang merupakan pimpinan First Resources kini mengelola sekitar 247.000 hektar lahan CPO.

Ciliandra bersama para saudaranya termasuk saudaranya laki-lakinya Cik Sigih memiliki 74% saham First Resources. Perusahaan tersebut didirikan oleh ayah Ciliandra, Martias. Namun Martias telah melepaskan keterlibatannya di perusahaan tersebut sejak tahun 2003.

Untuk masuk dalam daftar 40 orang terkaya di Indonesia ini, para jutawan tersebut harus memiliki kekayaan minimal US$ 240 juta atau sekitar Rp 2,28 triliun. Berikut 40 orang terkaya di Indonesia versi Forbes:

1. R. Budi & Michael Hartono US$ 7 miliar
2. Martua Sitorus US$ 3 miliar
3. Susilo Wonowidjojo US$ 2,6 miliar
4. Aburizal Bakrie US$ 2,5 miliar
5. Eka Tjipta Widjaja U$S 2,4 miliar
6. Peter Sondakh US$ 2,1 miliar
7. Putera Sampoerna US$ 2 miliar
8. Sukanto Tanoto US$ 1,9 miliar
9. Anthoni Salim US$ 1,4 miliar
10. Soegiharto Sosrodjojo US$ 1,2 miliar
11. Low Tuck Kwong US$ 1,18 miliar
12. Eddy William Katuari US$ 1,1 miliar
13. Chairul Tanjung US$ 99 juta
14. Garibaldi Thohir US$ 930 juta
15. Theodore Rachmat US$ 900 juta
16. Edwin Soeryadjaya US$ 800 juta
17. Trihatma Haliman US$ 750 juta
18. Ciliandra Fangiono US$ 710 juta
19. Arifin Panigoro US$ 650 juta
20. Murdaya Poo US$ 600 juta
21. Hashim Djojohadikusumo US$ 500 juta
22. Kusnan & Rusdi Kirana US$ 480 juta
23. Prajogo Pangestu US$ 475 juta
24. Harjo Sutanto US$ 470 juta
25. Mochtar Riady US$ 440 juta
26. Eka Tjandranegara US$ 430 juta
27. Ciputra US$ 420 juta
28. Hary Tanoesoedibjo US$ 410 juta
29. Sandiaga Uno US$ 400 juta
30. Boenjamin Setiawan US$ 395 juta
31. Alim Markus US$ 350 juta
32. Aksa Mahmud US$ 330 juta
33. Sutanto Djuhar US$ 325 juta
34. Kartini Muljadi US$ 320 juta
35. Soegiarto Adikoesoemo US$ 300 juta
36. George Santosa Tahija & Sjakon George Tahija US$ 290
37. Paulus Tumewu US$ 280 juta
38. Husain Djojonegoro US$260 juta.
39. Bachtiar Karim US$ 250 juta.
40. Kris Wiluan US$ 240 juta. (qom/dnl)

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9 Komentar »

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