Arini, The Richest Lady from Palm Oil and Coal

Arini, The Richest Lady from Palm Oil and Coal

InfoSAWIT, JAKARTA – After the richest man of Indonesia Indonesia, Benny Subianto passed away in January 2017 lalu, his oldest daughter, Arini Saraswaty, now takes over the million dollar – business. Her big family reigns Arini Saraswaty Subianto to lead every business unit of PT Persada Capital Investama that operates many sectors, such as, plantation, agriculture, construction, property, mining, and health services.

Forbes informed, Monday (20/2/2023), The 52 year old – lady could have about US$ 1,5 billion or Rp 22,6 trillion (with currency Rp 15.100 per USD).

Arini Subianto is the president director of the main company of her family, Persada Capital Investama. She supervises the investment at Persada in many sectors, such as, wood, palm oil, rubber, and also coal. But one source of the company is from Adaro Energy Tbk, a big mining and coal company in Indonesia though its share portfolio in Indonesia is minor in coal companies. Arini also invested in technology startup in Persada since 2017.

She is also the commissioner in palm oil and wood plantation company, PT Dharma Satya Nusantara Tbk. (DSNG) since March 2017; the commissioner at PT Adaro Energy Tbk (since April 2017), President Director at PT Tri Nur Cakrawala (January 2017 - now), President Director at PT Pandu Alam Persada (January 2017 – now), President Director at PT. Persada Capital Investama (January 2017 – now), Director at PT. Panaksara (July 1999 - now), President Commissioner at PT. Anugrah Kirana Sarana (December 2013 – now), Commissioner at PT Nuansa Nirmana Artistika (December 2012 – now), Commissioner at PT Casa Maha Rasa (January 2006 –now), Commissioner at PT. Adaro Strategic Investment (December 2016 – now), Commissioner at PT. Adaro Strategic Lestari (December 2016 – now) and Commissioner t PT. Adaro Strategic Capital (December 2016 – now).

Arini got Bachelor of Fine Arts in Fashion Design from Parsons School of Design, New York (1991–1994); Master of Business Administration from Fordham University Graduate School of Business Administration, New York (1996–1998). (T2)