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2017 Indonesia Top 50 Richest

The top 50 richest people in Indonesia in 2017 have a combined estimated net worth of more than $125.68 billion, in the Forbes report released in 2018.

Budi & Michael Hartono, with major shareholding in Bank Central Asia (Indonesia largest lender by market value and the second largest bank by assets), tops the list with an estimated net worth of $32.3 Billion.  Eka Tjipta Widjaja, who is the founder of the Sinar Mas Group (Indonesia  conglomerate), is 2nd on the list with $9.1 Billion. Susilo Wonowidjojo, who owns Gudang Garam (2nd largest manufacturer of cigarettes in Indonesia), is 3rd on the list with $8.8 Billion.

Anthoni Salim, Salim Group and Indofood (Indonesia’s largest food processing company) and Sri Prakash Lohia, founder and Chairman of Indorama Corporation (one of the largest polyester producers), rounded up the top 5 richest people in Indonesia with $6.9 Billion and $6.4 Billion respectively.

Top 5 Richest in Indonesia:

RankNameNet Worth (USD)AgeSourceCompany
1R. Budi & Michael Hartono$32.3 B68conglomerateDjarum
2Eka Tjipta Widjaja$9.1 B94palm oilSinar Mas Group
3Susilo Wonowidjojo$8.8 B62tobaccoGudang Garam
4Anthoni Salim$6.9 B69diversifiedIndofood
5Sri Prakash Lohia$6.4 B65polyesterIndorama Corporation

 

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The Richest: R. Budi & Michael Hartono with $32.3 Billion

Top 50 Total Net Worth: $125.68 Billion (2016: 92.04 Billion)

The Average Age: 67.2 Years Old (2016: 68.4)

The Oldest Age: 94 Years Old ($9.1 Billion, Eka Tjipta Widjaja, Sinar Mas Group)

The Youngest Age: 41 Years Old ($1.42 Billion, Ciliandra Fangiono, First Resources – Singapore-based palm oil producer)

 

2017 Indonesia Top 50 Richest:

RankNameNet Worth (USD)AgeSourceCompany
1R. Budi & Michael Hartono$32.3 B68conglomerateDjarum
2Eka Tjipta Widjaja$9.1 B94palm oilSinar Mas Group
3Susilo Wonowidjojo$8.8 B62tobaccoGudang Garam
4Anthoni Salim$6.9 B69diversifiedIndofood
5Sri Prakash Lohia$6.4 B65polyesterIndorama Corporation
6Boenjamin Setiawan$3.65 B84pharmaKalbe Pharma
7Chairul Tanjung$3.6 B55diversifiedCT Corp.
8Tahir$3.5 B66diversifiedMayapada Group
9Mochtar Riady$3 B89diversifiedLippo Group
10Jogi Hendra Atmadja$2.7 B71consumer goodsMayora Group
11Prajogo Pangestu$2.6 B74petrochemicalsPT Barito Pacific Timber
12Murdaya Poo$2.2 B77diversifiedCentral Cipta Murdaya Group
13Peter Sondakh$1.9 B68investmentsRajawali Corpora
14Putera Sampoerna$1.8 B70investmentsSampoerna Strategic Group
15Eddy Katuari$1.7 B67consumer goodsWings
16Kuncoro Wibowo$1.6 B62retail, toolsPT Ace Hardware Indonesia
17Husodo Angkosubroto$1.55 B63diversifiedGreat Giant Pineapple
18Low Tuck Kwong$1.53 B70coalBayan Resources
19Theodore Rachmat$1.5 B74diversifiedAstra International, Adaro Energy
20Djoko Susanto$1.47 B68supermarketsAlfa Supermarket
21Ciputra$1.45 B86real estateCiputra Development, Ciputra Group
22Ciliandra Fangiono$1.42 B41palm oilFirst Resources Ltd.
23Garibaldi Thohir$1.41 B53coalAdaro Energy
24Martua Sitorus$1.4 B58palm oilWilmar International
25Soegiarto Adikoesoemo$1.35 B80chemicalsAKR Corporindo
26Eddy Kusnadi Sariaatmadja$1.3 B64media, techEmtek
27Alexander Tedja$1.25 B72real estatePakuwon Tedja
28Husain Djojonegoro$1.2 B68consumer goodsOrang Tua Group
29Harjo Sutanto$1.18 B92consumer goodsWings, Mie Sedaap
30Sukanto Tanoto$1.1 B68diversifiedRoyal Golden Eagle, Bracell, Toko Motor
31Hary Tanoesoedibjo$1.05 B52mediaPT MNC Investama Tbk
32Aksa Mahmud$1.04 B72cementBosowo Corporindo
33Kusnan & Rusdi Kirana$970 MairlinesLion Group
34Bachtiar Karim$900 M61manufacturingMusim Mas
35Hashim Djojohadikusumo$850 M64diversifiedArsari Group
36Sjamsul Nursalim$830 M77tires, retailGajah Tunggal
37Arini Subianto$820 M47coal, palm oilPersada Capital Investama
38Sudhamek$810 M62snacks, beveragesGarudaFood
39Achmad Hamami$800 M87heavy equipmentTiara Marga Trakindo Group
40Lim Hariyanto Wijaya Sarwono$790 M89palm oilBumitama Agri
41Abdul Rasyid$780 M60timber, palm oilSawit Sumbermas Sarana
42Edwin Soeryadjaya$720 M69coal, investmentsSaratoga Investama Sedaya
43Osbert Lyman$700 M68real estateLyman Group
44Kartini Muljadi$680 M88pharmaceuticalsKartini Muljadi & Rekan (KMR)
45Purnomo Prawiro$640 M71taxisBlue Bird
46Hartono Kweefanus$540 Mfood manufacturingMonde Nissin
47Irwan Hidayat$500 Mherbal medicineCido Muncul
48Iwan Lukminto$490 M42textilesSritex Group
49Santosa Handojo$460 M54poultry, beef processingJapfa Comfeed
50The Ning King$450 M87diversifiedArgo Manunggal Group

 

*Data released 29th November 2017

Source: Caproasia Institute, Forbes

 

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