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Three DCI Indonesia Co-Founders Enter Forbes 2021 Indonesia's 50 Richest

Arfi Bambani
Marina Budiman, co-founder DCII
Marina Budiman, co-founder DCII - Several new names appeared on the list of 2021 Indonesia's 50 richest amid this pandemic. Three co-founders of PT DCI Indonesia Tbk (DCII) whose shares were bought up by the public in the initial public offering in January 2021, immediately appeared on the list.

They are, first, the co-founder and President Director of DCII Otto Toto Sugiri in 19th place with a fortune of US$2.5 billion. Second, Marina Budiman with a net worth of US$1.5 billion, is ranked 30th. Finally, Han Arming Hanafia is at number 37 with a total wealth of US $ 1.19 billion.

The increasing popularity of the digital banking sector has also had a positive impact on some of Indonesia's richest people. Jerry Ng, who acquired PT Bank Jago Tbk (ARTO) last year, recorded a 5-fold increase in his wealth and brought his net worth to US$3.2 billion, and is in 12th place. Meanwhile, one of the shareholders of Bank Aladin Syariah, John Kusuma, is also a newcomer to this list with a net worth of US$1.4 billion at 32nd place.

Meanwhile, the owners of Djarum and BCA are still the richest people in Indonesia. Robert Budi Hartono and Michael Hartono maintain their position as the richest people in the country according to Forbes Indonesia who made the list. Based on information from Forbes Asia on Wednesday, December 15, 2021, the brothers who own the Djarum group and PT Bank Central Asia Tbk (BBCA) amassed a total wealth of US$42.6 billion (Rp609.1 trillion), or an increase of US$3.8 billion. (Rp54.3 trillion) compared to last year's record.

"The increase was caused by the share price increase of PT Bank Central Asia Tbk (BBCA) in line with the entry of investors into banking stocks," the Forbes report quoted as first reported by Solopos.

Following behind him are the Widjaja family with a net worth of US$9.7 billion (Rp1139.33 trillion). The family that owns the Sinar Mas Group is one of seven names that experienced a decline in their wealth this year in line with sluggish profits and sales in the paper industry sector.

In third place is Anthoni Salim from the conglomerate Salim Group which diversifies its portfolio into the telecommunications sector. Salim's net worth rose 44 percent to US$8.5 billion (Rp122.1 trillion) in line with successful investments in the Emtek Group and data center operator PT DCI Indonesia Tbk (DCII).

The owner of the Indorama group, Sri Prakash Lohia, is in fourth place with a total wealth of US$6.2 billion (Rp89.06 trillion), an increase of US$600 million compared to the previous year.

Prajogo Pangestu with PT Barito Pacific completes the top five richest people in Indonesia with a net worth of US$6.1 billion. The owner of PT Chandra Asri Petrochemical Tbk (TPIA) petrochemical company Prajogo Pangestu with a total wealth of US$ 6 billion (Rp 87.62 trillion). This year, Forbes noted that Prajogo's total wealth contracted 21 percent in line with the sluggish petrochemical market conditions.

Tag # indonesia's 50 richest # digital # dci indonesia # aladin # forbes # bca # djarum # indorama # prajogo pangestu # salim group # emtek # bank jago

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