Corporate Profile

Achmad Bakrie, the founding father of Bakrie & Brothers, did not have a privileged upbringing. Born in 1916 in a small farming village in Lampung, he managed only a basic education. But he valued the importance of learning and education which became a major underpinning for all his philanthropic efforts to help the poor and disadvantaged in Indonesia. وليام هيل

The Bakrie Center Foundation (BCF), led directly by Anindya Novyan Bakrie and the third generation of the Bakrie family, was founded on this edifice of education. It represents a worldview which is cognizant of the importance of higher education, and supporting ordinary Indonesians across the country with basic vocational skills to lead fulfilling and productive lives. The primary objective is to provide Indonesia’s best and brightest with a chance to study for a higher education at some of the best universities at home and abroad. لعبة الروليت It is a private sector initiative to identify and develop leaders in Indonesia, creating a talent pool that will eventually drive economic development and growth.

The BCF is an integral part of the established Bakrie Untuk Negeri Movement (BUN) in philosophy and values.  BUN is a social movement done by the people of Bakrie.  This includes the Business People as well as the Bakrie Family Members. Initiatives complement and expand the work of BUN which has pioneered several philanthropic and educational efforts in Indonesia, including the establishment of Bakrie University, a Full Pledge undergraduate institution managed by Yayasan Pendidikan Bakrie (Bakrie Foundation for Education). All our efforts go back to the deep-rooted conviction of our founding father and enduring mission of the Bakrie Group: to give back to society and build a more prosperous Indonesia.

The BCF has established the following programs:

  • Bakrie Graduate Fellowship (Local)
  • Scholarships for one-year master’s degree programs at the following universities:
  • University of Andalas, West Sumatra
  • University of Lampung, Lampung
  • Bandung Institute of Technology, West Java
  • Bogor Agricultural University, West Java
  • University of Gajahmada, Jogyakarta
  • University of Airlangga, East Java
  • University of Mulawarman, East Kalimantan
  • University of Hasanuddin, South Sulawesi
  • University of Sam Ratulangi, North Sulawesi,
  • University of Cendrawasih, Papua
  • University of Udayana, Bali

Bakrie Graduate Fellowship (Overseas)

  • Stanford University, Graduate School of Business, Sloan Program, scholarship for one-year master’s degree program in global management exclusively for senior executives from the Bakrie Group.
  • Nanyang Technological University, Rajaratnam School of International Studies, scholarship for one-year master’s degree program in international relations/strategic studies/political economy. العاب تجلب المال

 

Bakrie Executive Fellowships

  • Harvard Business School, Harvard University, United States
  • Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania
  • London Business School, United Kingdom
  • INSEAD, Singapore and Fountainebleau (France)
  • London School of Economics, United Kingdom
  • Harvard Kennedy School of Government, United States
  • Bakrie Chairs/Professorships for Southeast Asian Studies
  • Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington DC.
  • Nanyang Technological University, Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Singapore.
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Vision Mision

“The Bakrie Center Foundation’s vision is to identify and develop leaders at all levels of society across the Indonesia archipelago.

We want to strengthen capacity and create a talent pool in the near future that will ultimately drive Indonesia’s economic development and growth.”

Anindya Novyan Bakrie, Chairman and Founder of the Bakrie Center Foundation

 

“Freedom makes opportunities, opportunities makes hope, hope makes life and future.”

Achmad Bakrie, founding father of Bakrie Brothers

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Corporate Profile

Achmad Bakrie, the founding father of Bakrie & Brothers, did not have a privileged upbringing. Born in 1916 in a small farming village in Lampung, he managed only a basic education. But he valued the importance of learning and education which became a major underpinning for all his philanthropic efforts to help the poor and disadvantaged in Indonesia.

The Bakrie Center Foundation (BCF), led directly by Anindya Novyan Bakrie and the third generation of the Bakrie family, was founded on this edifice of education. It represents a worldview which is cognizant of the importance of higher education, and supporting ordinary Indonesians across the country with basic vocational skills to lead fulfilling and productive lives. The primary objective is to provide Indonesia’s best and brightest with a chance to study for a higher education at some of the best universities at home and abroad. It is a private sector initiative to identify and develop leaders in Indonesia, creating a talent pool that will eventually drive economic development and growth.

The BCF is an integral part of the established Bakrie Untuk Negeri Movement (BUN) in philosophy and values.  BUN is a social movement done by the people of Bakrie.  This includes the Business People as well as the Bakrie Family Members. Initiatives complement and expand the work of BUN which has pioneered several philanthropic and educational efforts in Indonesia, including the establishment of Bakrie University, a Full Pledge undergraduate institution managed by Yayasan Pendidikan Bakrie (Bakrie Foundation for Education). All our efforts go back to the deep-rooted conviction of our founding father and enduring mission of the Bakrie Group: to give back to society and build a more prosperous Indonesia.

The BCF has established the following programs:

  • Bakrie Graduate Fellowship (Local)
  • Scholarships for one-year master’s degree programs at the following universities:
  • University of Andalas, West Sumatra
  • University of Lampung, Lampung
  • Bandung Institute of Technology, West Java
  • Bogor Agricultural University, West Java
  • University of Gajahmada, Jogyakarta
  • University of Airlangga, East Java
  • University of Mulawarman, East Kalimantan
  • University of Hasanuddin, South Sulawesi
  • University of Sam Ratulangi, North Sulawesi,
  • University of Cendrawasih, Papua
  • University of Udayana, Bali

Bakrie Graduate Fellowship (Overseas)

  • Stanford University, Graduate School of Business, Sloan Program, scholarship for one-year master’s degree program in global management exclusively for senior executives from the Bakrie Group.
  • Nanyang Technological University, Rajaratnam School of International Studies, scholarship for one-year master’s degree program in international relations/strategic studies/political economy.

 

Bakrie Executive Fellowships

  • Harvard Business School, Harvard University, United States
  • Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania
  • London Business School, United Kingdom
  • INSEAD, Singapore and Fountainebleau (France)
  • London School of Economics, United Kingdom
  • Harvard Kennedy School of Government, United States
  • Bakrie Chairs/Professorships for Southeast Asian Studies
  • Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington DC.
  • Nanyang Technological University, Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Singapore.
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Board Management

The Board

Mr. Anindya Novyan Bakrie


Founder and Chairman

 

ANINDYA NOVYAN BAKRIE is Chairman of VIVA, an Indonesian media and content house owning two national networks – one that focuses on news channel (‘tvOne’) and the other on lifestyle channel (‘antv’) – with 170 million viewers. Besides this, VIVA also invests in several new media/internet platforms, from news portals (‘vivanews.com’), gaming, social networking to e-commerce. Anindya is also CEO of Bakrie Telecom, the largest publicly-listed CDMA wireless operator in Indonesia with over 13 million customers and has taken the lead in consolidating the Indonesian telecom industry.

Anindya is no stranger to the world of business, being born into one of Indonesia’s oldest and most successful conglomerates. He is the eldest male of the third generation of the Bakrie family business empire which controls a range of public-listed companies in Indonesia. With businesses in mining, oil & gas, plantations, telecommunications, media, property and infrastructure,  Bakrie Group has a combined market capitalization of about USD 15 billion and a daily trading volume of 30 percent of Indonesia’s Stock Exchange. Anindya is a philanthropist at heart. He has led the third generation of Bakrie family to establish the Bakrie Center Foundation (‘BCF’) in 2010.  BCF is a philanthropic organization which supports Indonesia’s best and brightest to study at leading universities at home and abroad through its scholarship programs. It has also taken the lead in developing regional insights by establishing endowment funds at leading think tanks in the world. The BCF achieved a milestones on 26th July 2010 with the establishment of the Bakrie Chair for Southeast Asian Studies at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington DC; and on 18th November 2010 launched  the Bakrie Professorship in Southeast Asia Policy at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, which saw a matching fund from the Singapore government. In Indonesia, the BCF has scholarship agreements with 11 Universities, they are : the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB), the Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), the University of Gadjah Mada (UGM), University of Andalas at West Sumatera, University of Lampung, University of Mulawarman at East Kalimatan, University of Hasanuddin at South Sulawesi, University of Sam Ratulangi at North Sulawesi, University of Udayana at Bali, University of Airlangga at East Java and University of Cendrawasih at Papua, for its Bakrie Graduate Fellowship program. These agreements and endowments funds are a template for successful public-private partnerships.

After earning his MBA from Stanford University and a Bachelor of Science from Northwestern, Anindya cut his teeth in investment banking with the Salomon Brothers in New York before returning to Indonesia to join the family business. Besides spearheading the Bakrie Group’s foray into the different ICT initiatives, he is also the Principal and Director of the Group’s private equity fund, Capital Managers Asia. He is the Vice Chairman of the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry; one of the three presidentially-appointed members of APEC Business Advisory Council (ABAC) representing Indonesia.  Anindya also sits on the board of the International Council of Harvard University’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs.

Anindya writes regularly on issues that concern Southeast Asia. He has monthly columns in the Jakarta Globe, and writes occasionally for the Jakarta Post and the Wall Street Journal. He is currently working on a book on the challenges facing ASEAN in the post-Cold War era.

The Founder Members

Ibu Roosniah Bakrie
Bapak H. Aburizal Bakrie
Ibu Tatty A. Bakrie
Bapak Bus S. Kusmuljono
Ibu Roosmania Kusmuljono
Bapak Nirwan Dermawan Bakrie
Ibu Ratna Indira Bakrie
Bapak Indra Usmansjah Bakrie
Ibu Gaby Manon Bakrie

The Board of Trustees

Adhika Nuraga Bakrie
Adhika Andrayudha Bakrie
Adhika Aryasthana Bakrie
Adinda A. Bakrie
Aninditha Anestya Bakrie
Anindra Ardiansyah Bakrie
Firdiani Saugi Bakrie
Hendaryanto Marta Sakti
Intania Karunia T.D. Bakrie
Laila Asih Trifina
Nadia Nuryoka Widayati
Ong Seng Hoo
Ramadhania Bakrie
Resza Adikreshna
R.M. Harlin Erlianto Rahardjo
Shahla Rooswita Rahardjo
Syailendra S. Bakrie
Taufan E. Nugroho Rotorasiko

Executive Board

Imbang J Mangkuto, Chief Executive Officer
Ahmad Rahadian Widarmana, Chief Financial Officer

Honorable Advisers

Professor Bertil Andersson, President-designate Nanyang Technological University., Chairman of the Nobel Committee for Chemistry, 1989-1997.  Singapore.
Douglas H. Paal, Vice President for Studies, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.  DC. USA
Marie Mookini, Director Sloan Program, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University.  CA. USA.
Leonard C. Sebastian, Associate Professor, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University. Singapore.
Professor Ir. MSc. Sofia W. Alisjahbana, Rector University of Bakrie.  Jakarta, Indonesia.
Professor Dr. H. Ir. Musliar Kasim, MS., Rector University of Andalas. West Sumatra, Indonesia.
Professor Dr. Balthasar Kambuaya, MBA., Rector University of Cendrawasih. Papua, Indonesia.
Professor Dr. dr Idrus A Paturusi, University of Hasanuddin. South Sulawesi, Indonesia.
Professor Dr. dr I Made Bakta, Sp. PD ( Khom)., University of Udayana. Bali, Indonesia.
Professor Akhmaloka, PhD., Bandung Institute of Techonology. West Java, Indonesia.
Professor Dr. Ir. Sugeng P. Harianto, MS., University of Lampung.  Lampung, Indonesia.
Professor Dr. H Zamruddin Hasid, SE, SU., University of Mulawarman.  East Kalimantan, Indonesia.
Professor Sudjarwadi, M. Eng, PhD., University of Gadjah Mada.  Jogyakarta, Indonesia.
Professor Dr. Ir. Herry Sunardiyanto M.Sc., Bogor Agricultural University
Professor Dr. Donald A. Rumokoy, SH, MH. , University of Sam Ratulangi.  North Sulawesi, Indonesia.
Professor Dr H. Fasich, Apt., University of Airlangga.  East Java, Indonesia.

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