“Indonesia’s 40 Richest” Lagi-lagi, majalah internasional, Forbes, mengeluarkan daftar orang-orang terkaya di dunia. Indonesia adalah satu di antaranya. Kira-kira, siapakah gerangan mereka-mereka itu. Saya, dia, ataukah anda?
FORBES VERSION [INDONESIA’S 40 RICHEST]
- Aburizal Bakrie & family $5.4 billion
- Sukanto Tanoto $4.7 billion
- R. Budi Hartono $3.14 billion
- Michael Hartono $3.08 billion
- Eka Tjipta Widjaja & family $2.8 billion
- Putera Sampoerna & family $2.2 billion
- Martua Sitorus $2.1 billion
- Rachman Halim & family $1.6 billion
- Peter Sondakh $1.45 billion
- Eddy William Katuari & family $1.39 billion
- Anthoni Salim & family $1.3 billion
- Mochtar Riady & family $950 million
- Murdaya Poo $900 million
- Arifin Panigoro & family $880 million
- Hary Tanoesoedibjo $815 million
- Trihatma Haliman $790 million
- Sjamsul Nursalim & family $550 million
- Chairul Tanjung $450 million
- Paulus Tumewu $440 million
- Prajogo Pangestu $420 million
- Soegiharto Sosrodjojo & family $355 million
- Sutanto Djuhar & family $350 million
- Hadi Surya $345 million
- Aksa Mahmud $340 million
- Harjo Sutanto & family $315 million
- Soegiarto Adikoesoemo & family $310 million
- Husein Djojonegoro & family $305 million
- Kartini Muljadi $260 million
- Edwin Soeryadjaya $250 million
- Jusuf Kalla $230 million
- Tan Kian $225 million , Marriott, Ritz Carlton
- Ciputra $205 million
- Bambang Trihatmodjo $200 million
- George & Sjakon Tahija $195 million
- Kris Wiluan $185 million
- Eka Tjandranegara & family $170 million
- Alim Markus & family $140 million
- Husein Sutjiadi $135 million
- Jakob Oetama $130 million
- Boenjamin Setiawan $120 million
ASIA GLOBE VERSION [THE RICHEST PEOPLE IN INDONESIA 2007]
A. Dari ranking $ 4,2 Miliar sampai dengan $ 1,05 Miliar:
1. Budi Hartono
2. Rachman Halim
3. Eka Tjipta Widjaja
4. Sudono Salim
5. Putera Sampoerna
6. Sukanto Tanoto
7. Eddy William Katuari
8. Aburizal Bakrie
B. Dari ranking $ 900 Juta sampai dengan $ 505 Juta:
9. Arifin Panigoro
10. Hary Tanoesoedibjo
11. Boenjamin Setiawan
12. Martua Sitorus
13. Hashim Djojohadikusumo
14. Mochtar Riady
15. Chairul Tanjung
16. Husain Djojonegoro
17. Prajogo Pangestu
18. Edwin Soeryadjaya
19. Peter Sondakh
20. Trihatma Haliman
C. Dari ranking $ 445 Juta sampai dengan $ 255 Juta:
21. Sjamsul Nursalim
22. Kartini Mulyadi
23. Osbert Lyman
24. Paulus Tumewu
25. Obahorok Siong 9benua
26. Dasuki Angkosubroto
27. Murdaya Po
28. Sri Prakash Lohia
29. Jan Darmadi
31. George Tahija & Sjakon Tahija
32. Teddy P. Rachmat
33. Eddy Sariaatmadja
34. Gunawan Jusuf
35. Sofjan Wanandi
36. Yus Sutomo
37. Eka Tjandranegara
38. Sugianto Kusuma
39. Alexander Tedja
40. Subianto Tjandra
41. The Nin King
42. Burhan Uray
43. Hadi Surya
44. Benjamin Jiaravanon
D. Dari ranking $ 250 Juta sampai dengan $ 102 Juta:
45. Adyansyah Masrin
46. Sutanto Djohar
47. Tatang Hermawan
48. Obahorok Kian
49. Handojo Santosa
50. Henry Onggo
51. Bachtiar Karim
52. Didi Darwis
53. Hutomo Mandala Putra
54. Soetjipto Nagaria
55. Muâ€™min Ali Gunawan
56. Jakob Oetama
57. Kiki Barki
58. Tomy Winata
59. Kris Wiluan
60. Dahlan Iskan
61. Ginawan Tjondro
62. Rudy Suliawan
63. Jogi Hendra Atmadja
64. Johannes Kotjo
65. Bambang Trihatmodjo
66. Muljadi Budiman
67. Rusdi Kirana
68. Luntungan Honoris
69. Rudy Unjoto
71. Soegiharto Sosrodjoyo
72. Eddy Obahorok
74. A Tong
75. Aksa Mahmud
76. Mardjoeki Atmadiredja
77. Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono
79. Budi Purnomo Hadisurjo
80. Cahyadi Kumala
81. Basuki Wiwoho
82. G. Lukman Pudjiadi
83. Jusuf Kalla
84. Sandy Bingei
85. Pontjo Sutowo
86. Sigit Harjojudanto
87. Honggo Wendratno
88. Soegiarto Adikoesoemo
89. Iskandar Widyadi
90. Obahorok Tjai 9benua
91. Susanto Lim
92. Sukamdani Gitosardjono
94. Atang Latief
95. GS Margono
96. Mintardjo Halim
97. Henry Pribadi
98. Surya Djuhadi
99. Soedarpo Sastrosatomo
E. Dari ranking $ 100 Juta sampai dengan $ 50 Juta:
100. Alim Markus
102. Ishak Charlie
103. A Siang Rusli
104. Pramukti Surjaudaja
105. Raam Punjabi
106. Siti Hardijanti Rukmana
107. Benny Suherman
108. Putra Masagung
109. Marimutu Maniwanen
110. Ibrahim Risjad
111. Hendro Gondokusumo
112. Dick Gelael
113. Joseph Chuang
115. Joe Kamdani
116. Usman Admajaya
117. kaharudin Ongko
118. Benjamin Soeryadjaya
119. Suryadharma Paloh
120. Djoko Susanto
121. Husein Sutjiadi
122. Sandiaga Uno
123. Steven Kusuma
124. Fajar Suhendra
125. Purnomo Chandra
126. Husen Lumanta
127. Setiawan Djody
128. Boedi Mranata
129. Rachmat Gobel
130. SD Darmono
131. Bambang Setijo
132. Teddy Tohir
133. MS Hidayat
134. Johannes Siegfried
135. Ilham & Tareq Habibie
136. Awong Hidjaya
137. Sugiono Wiyono
138. Hendro Setiawan
139. Bambang Wiyogo
141. Jahja Santoso
142. Lesmana Basuki
143. Frans Siswanto
144. Harry Harmain Diah
145. Sudjono Karim
146. Oei Hong Djien
148. Rachmat Mulya Suryahusada
149. Lisa Tirto Utomo
150. Ipung Kurnia
Here they are 🙂
1. Aburizal Bakrie & family
$5.4 billion 60. Married, 3 children
Runs family-held Bakrie group, founded by late father in 1942. Has interests in infrastructure, property, telecom. Huge stock run-up in biggest holding, coal producer Bumi Resources, lifted fortune. Co-owns Lapindo Brantas, oil-and-gas outfit whose drilling allegedly helped trigger a massive mudslide in 2006, burying villages, displacing thousands. Onetime presidential candidate, he is country’s Coordinating Minister for People’s Welfare.
2. Sukanto Tanoto
$4.7 billion 58. Married, 4 children
Owns April, one of Asia’s largest pulp- and papermakers, and Asian Agri, among country’s 5 largest palm oil producers. Helped fund journalism school in Singapore. Reportedly used Chinese-English dictionary to teach himself English.
3. R. Budi Hartono
$3.14 billion 66. Married, 3 children
4. Michael Hartono
$3.08 billion 68. Married, 4 children
Brothers own clove cigarette brand Djarum, most popular of its kind among Americans, founded by father in 1951. Also own stakes in country’s largest private bank, Bank Central Asia. Developing Grand Indonesia, a luxury shopping mall, office building and hotel complex in the center of Jakarta.
5. Eka Tjipta Widjaja & family
$2.8 billion 84. Married, 15 children
Emigrated from China to Indonesia; got start selling biscuits at age 17. Created Asia Pulp & Paper, which defaulted on more than $10 billion in debt in 2001. Still has stakes in pulp, paper; also plantations, food. New venture, Smart Telecom, launched in September, offers phone calls for 45 rupiah (half a penny) a minute.
6. Putera Sampoerna & family
$2.2 billion 59. Married, 4 children
After selling cigarette company to Philip Morris in 2005, family ventured into gaming and agrobusiness through Sampoerna Strategic, run by son Michael (also a professional poker player). Daughter Michelle runs family’s philanthropy.
7. Martua Sitorus
$2.1 billion 47. Married
Began trading shrimp, other marine products 1978, then switched to palm oil, buying first plantation 1994. Later cofounded agribusiness Wilmar International with nephew of Malaysia’s richest man, Robert Kuok. Signed $4 billion merger agreement with Kuok’s plantation group in December 2006, resulting in world’s largest palm oil processor. Stock has more than doubled.
8. Rachman Halim & family
$1.6 billion 60. Married
Heads Gudang Garam, nation’s largest clove cigarette maker, founded by father in 1958. Group’s GG Filter International Merah is world’s most popular clove cigarette. Brothers Sumarto and Susilo Wonowidjojo share fortune and sit on group’s board.
9. Peter Sondakh
$1.45 billion 55. Married, 3 children
Established trading firm Rajawali Group 1984; now in telecom, consumer goods, retail, transportation. Most valuable holding is stake in cementmaker Semen Gresik; value tripled in two years. Partners with Sheraton and Novotel in hotels.
10. Eddy William Katuari & family
$1.39 billion 56. Married, 4 children
Took helm of Wings, Indonesia’s largest maker of soap and other household goods, in 2004, after death of his father, group’s cofounder. Family’s Bank Ekonomi may go public later this year.
11. Anthoni Salim & family
$1.3 billion 58
Father, Liem Sioe Liong, built family’s Salim Group into food, shipping, bank and building empire. Now Anthoni heads family’s Indofood, world’s largest instant noodle maker by sales. Last year pledged $1 million to his private high school in Singapore to support a Bahasa Indonesia language program. Family lost their Bank Central Asia in 1998, now headed by Hartono brothers (see).
12. Mochtar Riady & family
$950 million 78. Married, 6 children
Founder of Lippo Group, with interests in property, retail, finance. Listed REIT holding Indonesian malls in November on Singapore exchange. Recently opened the Mochtar Riady Institute for Nanotechnology.
13. Murdaya Poo
$900 million 66. Married, 4 children
Founded Central Cipta Murdaya in 1984. Now involved in timber, real estate, steel production, conferences, palm oil. Devout Buddhist, member of parliament, seeking to pass antidiscrimination law. Heads Indonesian Golf Course Owners Association. Wife, Hartati, who shares fortune, active in the Council of Buddhist Communities (Walubi).
14. Arifin Panigoro & family
$880 million 62. Married, 2 children
His Medco Energi International, which he founded in 1980, is expanding into Libya, Yemen, Tunisia. Family sold 20% stake to Mitsubishi (other-otc: MSBHY.PK – news – people ) in August for $352 million but still holds majority of shares. Arifin is now adviser; brother Hilmi is chief executive, sister Yanti active in philanthropy.
15. Hary Tanoesoedibjo
$815 million 42. Married, 5 children
Founded Bhakti Investama a month after college graduation at age 24. Group now encompasses 3 national TV networks, 4 radio networks, a wireless network, a Web site and a national newspaper; also has stakes in investment bank, toll roads, real estate. Launching new airline, Eagle Air, in next 6 months. Workaholic holds meetings on public holidays, works out daily. Denies rumors that he was helped along by ties to Suharto’s family.
16. Trihatma Haliman
$790 million 55. Married, 2 children
Took control of real estate firm Agung Podomoro, founded by father, in 1986; turned it into one of country’s biggest. Just opened Senayan City in Jakarta, which has luxury apartments, offices and mall.
17. Sjamsul Nursalim & family
$550 million 66. Married
His tiremaker, Gajah Tunggal, is cruising again after racking up billions in debt following Asian crisis. World’s 12th-largest tiremaker has paid off most of its debt. Stake in burgeoning coal mining outfit Bukit Baiduri Energy looks set to make him even richer.
18. Chairul Tanjung
$450 million 45. Married, 2 children
Dubbed Golden Boy, for early rise to wealth. Sold imported shoes to pay for tuition while studying dentistry at University of Indonesia. Business became privately held Para Group, with interests in property, energy, financial services plus shoes. Building amusement park with Jusuf Kalla’s Kalla Group.
19. Paulus Tumewu
$440 million — 55. Married, 3 children
Opened first Ramayana store in 1978, primarily selling clothes. Today oversees at least 100 Ramayana department stores, which now sell everything (from food to toys) to low-income consumers.
20. Prajogo Pangestu
$420 million 56. Married, 3 children
Timber baron restructuring his Barito Pacific to focus on mining and energy; shares up nearly sevenfold this year on news. Helped counteract falling profits at polypropylene maker Tri Polyta, in which he has large stake, which was hurt by falling dollar. Seeking to take over petrochemical firm Chandri Asri.
21. Soegiharto Sosrodjojo & family
$355 million 77. Married, 5 children
Heads Sosro, producer of Teh Botol Sosro (translation: Sosro’s bottled tea). Branched into other drinks and tea plantations. Grandson now managing business.
22. Sutanto Djuhar & family
$350 million 78. Married, 5 children
One of cofounders of Salim Group with Liem Sioe Liong. Reportedly had falling out with Liem, but continues, with his son Tedy, to sit on the board of First Pacific, run by Liem’s son Anthoni Salim (see).
23. Hadi Surya
$345 million 71. Married, 3 children
Founded Berlian Laju Tanker, one of country’s largest shipping lines, listed in both Jakarta and Singapore. Announced $850 million acquisition of Chembulk Tankers, which transports chemicals. Personally makes monthly visits to meet impoverished rice farmers and give them high-yielding rice he helped develop. Owns 1,500 bottles of French, Italian wines.
24. Aksa Mahmud
$340 million 62. Married, 5 children
Brother-in-law of Indonesia’s Vice President Jusuf Kalla (see) runs Bosowa Group, with interests in cement, energy, finance. Recently listed Nusantara Infrastructure, which builds toll roads; may take cement company public next. Descendant of Bugis, legendary seafarers and pirates from whom term “bogeyman” comes.
25. Harjo Sutanto & family
$315 million 81. Married, 4 children
Longtime partner of late Johannes Ferdinand Katuari, cofounded Wings 1948. Still holds estimated 25% of consumer goods group.
26. Soegiarto Adikoesoemo & family
$310 million 69. Married, 3 children
Began trading chemicals early 1960s. He and son Haryanto grew business into chemical distributor AKR Corporindo, also Asia-Pacific’s largest maker of sorbitol. Moves into logistics, petroleum distribution and cassava plantations helped triple company’s value in past year.
27. Husein Djojonegoro & family
$305 million 58. Married, 3 children
Runs Orang Tua, maker of batteries, toothpaste, snacks. Has joint venture with Heinz (nyse: HNZ – news – people ) for ketchup, chili, soy sauce. Deploys 2,500 salesmen nationwide. Founded in central Java 1948 by late father and uncle. First product: herbal wine.
28. Kartini Muljadi
$260 million 77. Widow, 3 children
Former judge, took over drugmaker Tempo Scan 1982. Also makes throat lozenges, household cleaners, cosmetics. Semiretired, leaves daily management to son Hanjodo, sister-in-law Dian Tamzill.
29. Edwin Soeryadjaya
$250 million 58. Married, 3 children
Son of former billionaire is rebuilding fortune through investments in such companies as coal producer Adaro Indonesia .
30. Jusuf Kalla
$230 million 65. Married, 5 children
Became Indonesia’s vice president 2004; considered likely presidential candidate for 2009. Before that ran family’s Kalla Group for 32 years: companies involved in everything from selling Toyotas to running hotels to tuna fishing. Brother Achmad now runs group.
31. Tan Kian
$225 million 49. Married, 3 children
Owns property firm Dua Mutiara, which means “two pearls.” Co-owns 2 Ritz Carltons in Jakarta. Entrance of his JW Marriott is site of 2003 suicide bomb that killed a dozen, wounded many more. Believes in Feng Shui and loves fast cars–like his Ferrari.
$205 million 75. Married, 4 children
Started first company in 1961. Two decades later formed Ciputra Group, now one of Indonesia’s biggest public companies. Having good year: spun off Ciputra Property on Jakarta exchange; meanwhile Ciputra Development shares are up 50%.
33. Bambang Trihatmodjo
$200 million 54.
Second son of former president Suharto owns 13% of media conglomerate Global Mediacom, which he founded as Bimantara in 1981, undoubtedly helped along by father’s connections. Sold part of his stake to Hary Tanoesoedibjo in 2001, reportedly at fire-sale price; no longer has management role. Gun enthusiast heads Indonesian branch of “extreme” shooting organization (in which participants go through an obstacle course shooting pop-up targets).
34. George & Sjakon Tahija
$195 million 49. Married, 2 children 54. Married, 3 children
Sons of late tycoon Julius Tahija run family’s Austindo Nusantara Jaya, with interests in mining, tobacco, finance, even vanilla. George wrote Indonesian travel book Land of Water.
35. Kris Wiluan
$185 million 59. Married, 3 children
Began career as computer programmer in U.K., where he studied. Returned to Indonesia in 1977 to start business supplying pipes for construction; became Citramas group. Also has stake in Singapore-listed energy services company KS Energy. President of the Asian Tae Kwon Do Association and Indonesian sailing association Riau Porlasi. Also owns a Nicklaus-designed golf course. Son Michael is a filmmaker.
36. Eka Tjandranegara & family
$170 million 61. Married.
With father Tjandra Kusuma (under whose name we last listed fortune) started Mulia group 1980. Its Mulia Land, which claims to be Jakarta’s largest commercial property owner, suffered losses this year due to high energy costs, delisted in September. Its manufacturing group Mulia Industrindo remains public.
37. Alim Markus & family
$140 million 56. Married, 7 children
In 2003 took reins of Maspion Group, started by late father as kitchenware maker. Encompasses 60 firms employing 30,000 with interests in electronics, plasticware, aluminum, financial services, property, even toothpaste. Plans listings of PT Maspion and its subsidiary Bank Maspion for 2008. Says with laugh: “I never count my money.” Likes to play ping-pong.
38. Husein Sutjiadi
$135 million 53. Married, 2 children
Sold most of his 30% stake in Davomas, country’s largest cocoa processor and exporter, to private investors in April. Still has 6%.
39. Jakob Oetama
$130 million 76. Married, 5 children
Country’s wealthiest journalist. Long-time editor of its largest daily, Kompas, cofounded 1965 with friend PK Ojong, who died 1980. Paper now under his privately held Kompas-Gramedia group, which includes hotels, bookstores. Remains group chairman but is less active. Avid reader, likes books on entrepreneurship.
40. Boenjamin Setiawan
$120 million 74. Married, 2 children
Started Kalbe Farma in garage in 1966 with brother. Claims to be largest publicly traded drugmaker in Southeast Asia, making everything from prescription drugs to throat lozenges. Recently opened region’s largest cord-blood bank.