Palmoilmagazine, JAKARTA – After Benny Subianto passed away in January 2017 –one of Indonesian tycoon, his oldest daughter, Arini Saraswaty now manages the billion dollar kingdom. Her big family took Arini Saraswaty Subianto to lead and manage every business unit of PT Persada Capital Investama that operates some sectors, starting from plantations, agriculture, construction, property, mining, and health service.
As quoted from Forbes, the Director of Persada Capital Investama now has net worth about US$ 975 million or equal to Rp 13,9 billion (currency: Rp 14.300/dollar).
But one source of her income is from Adaro Energy Tbk, a big mining and coal producer company in Indonesia though Persada portfolio is in minor stocks in giant coal companies.
Arini supervises Persada’s investment in wood process, palm oil, rubber and coal. She also invested in technology startup through Persada since 2017.
Arini Subianto is now the commissioner in palm oil plantation and wood company, PT Dharma Satya Nusantara Tbk. (DSNG), Being a commissioner since March 2017, Arini is the Commissioner of PT Adaro Energy Tbk (since April 2017), President Director of PT Tri Nur Cakrawala (January 2017 – until now), President Director of PT Pandu Alam Persada (January 2017 – until now), President Director PT. Persada Capital Investama (January 2017 – until now), Director PT. Panaksara (July 1999- until now),
She is also President Commissioner of PT. Anugrah Kirana Sarana (December 2013 –until now). Commissioner of PT Nuansa Nirmana Artistika (December 2012 – until now), Commissioner of PT Casa Maha Rasa (January 2006– until now), Commissioner of PT. Adaro Strategic Investment (December 2016 – until now), Commissioner of PT. Adaro Strategic Lestari (December 2016 – until now) and Commissioner of PT. Adaro Strategic Capital (December 2016 – until now).
Arini got her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Fashion Design degree from Parsons School of Design, New York (1991–1994) and got Master of Business Administration from Fordham University Graduate School of Business Administration, New York (1996–1998). (T2)