Former Minister of State for Administrative Reform during Development Cabinet V (1988-1993), Minister for the Environment during Development Cabinet VI (1993-1998) and Minister of Marine Affairs and Fisheries in the National Unity Cabinet (1999-2000). Mr. Sarwono is now currently a trusted advisor to the Minister of Environment and Forestry as well as Chair of Indonesia Climate Change initiatives.
Previously, she was a partner at the Indonesian law firm of Soewito Suhardiman Eddymurthy Kardono. Now, she owns her own law firm. Ms. Kardono has been a member of the Editorial Board of Capital Asia and has frequently contributed articles to that publication as well as to Asia Law & Practice.
Chairman of the Board of Commissioners, PT Kiran Resources Indonesia and sit on the Board of Trustees of the University of Udayana, Bali. A former chief of the Capital Market Supervisory Agency (Bapepam) from 1995 to 1998, held a senior position in the finance ministry and the chairman of the Indonesian Bank Restructuring Agency (IBRA) in 2001.
Co-Founder & CEO of Triputra Agro Persada (TAP) Group, one of the largest oil palm companies in Indonesia. He also a member of Indonesia Business Association (APINDO), and Advisory Board of Indonesian Palm Oil Association (GAPKI).
Mr. Bayuni currently is the Board of Directors and Senior Editor in The Jakarta Post. Previously, he served as Editor in Chief The Jakarta Post, he has held his current position since Aug-2004, having worked his way up the newspaper’s career ladder since 1991.
Mr. Welirang is the Director of Indofood and CEO of Bogasari. He has also served as Vice President Director of Indocement, Chairman of the Indonesian Flour Mills Association, Chair of Indonesia Philanthropy Association and Head of the Permanent Committee on Food Security at the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce & Industry.
Served on the Board of Commissioners of PT. Austindo Nusantara Jaya (ANJ) since December 2012. Mr. Tahija is also a Commissioner at PT Freeport Indonesia. He is Founder and Chairman of the Coral Triangle Center (CTC) and member of the Young President’s Organization (YPO) Indonesia Chapter.
*Asia Pasific Council Members
Chairman of Samudera Indonesia, Tbk, as well as the Chairman of Asuransi Bintang, Tbk. Actively involved in the Independent Team of the National Bureaucracy Reform Committee (TI-RBN), Founding & Governing Council member of Singapore Chamber of Commerce Indonesia (SingCham).
*Asia Pasific Council Members
Former Minister of Trade of Indonesia from October 2004 to October 2011. In a cabinet reshuffle in October 2011 she was appointed to the newly created position of minister of Tourism and Creative Economy.
Ms. Faisal is Compliance Director and Corporate Secretary in Bank BTPN. She also sits as General Secretary of the National Bank Association. She also active involves in Indonesian Economist Association.
Founder of BUBU.com, a pioneer of Indonesia's digital landscape and recognized by Globe Asia as one of the 99 Most Powerful Women. She is the Head of Permanent Committee for Online and Print Media at The Indonesian Chambers of Commerce and Co-Chair for Indonesia Mobile Marketing Association.
Mr. Tony Wenas is President Director PT. Freeport Indonesia. Previously he served as President Director of Riau Andalan P&PI ndonesia, Chairman of Australia, New Zealand & Timor Leste Committee - Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN), Executive GM at Intrepid Mines Limited and the President and CEO of Vale Indonesia.
Joining since 2011, Mr. Law Heng Dean is the Director of Sustainability and Institutional Relations, TEMASEK INTERNATIONAL PTE LTD. He started his career with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA). He spent 9 years with MFA and was posted as a First Secretary at the Singapore Embassy in Jakarta from’ 05-’09. He holds a MBA from INSEAD.
Professor Lecturer at Bogor Agriculture University Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science. He is currently trusted as the chairman of the Indonesian Chapter of the Pacific Congress on Marine Science and Technology since 2002, a member of the Advisory Board of Scholar Oceanology Indonesia (ISOI), and the General Secretary of the Association of Indonesian Coastal Management (HAPPI).