JAKARTA (TheInsiderStories) – After making a loss to a state-owned company, PT Asuransi Jiwasraya, president director of PT Hanson International Tbk (IDX: MYRX) Benny Tjokrosaputro and president commissioner of PT Trada Alam Mineral Tbk (IDX: TRAM), Heru Hidayat also has a disadvantage PT ASABRI, a social insurance and special pension payments for soldiers and national police.
The businessmen has debt to the state-owned company Rp10.6 trillion (US$757.15 million) for the share purchase but not fulfill their obligation until today. The failure has make the insurance firm’ investment returns minus Rp4.84 trillion in 2019.
At the hearing with parliament today (01/29), the CEO of ASABRI, Sonny Widjaja said, Hidayat has responsibilities amounted to Rp5.8 trillion and Tjokrosaputra worth of Rp5.1 trillion to ASABRI.
Lately, three insurances problem become a public attention caused is estimating give a trillion rupiahs loss for the country. Beside ASABRI and Jiwasraya, there is also a problem in life insurance company, PT AJB Bumiputera 1912. They have similar problems in terms of investment.
Coordinating minister for politic, law, and security affairs, Machfud MD has said there were corruption allegations in ASABRI Rp10 trillion. While, the attorney general office predicted there is a potential corruption Rp13 trillion in Jiwasraya. Both cases involved Tjokrosaputro and Hidayat.
The law enforcer has set Tjokrosaputra became a suspect in the bribery case of a stock transaction in Jiwasraya. Beside him, the attorney general’ office also arrested Hidayat, former finance director of Jiwasraya, Hary Prasetyo, and examined 34 witnesses, including Indonesian Stock Exchange’ officials, former director of PT OSO Investment Management, Lies Lilia Jamin, and former head of investment division of Jiwasraya, Syahmirwan.
Jiwasraya experienced a failure to pay for the JS Saving Plan insurance product which will mature in the fourth quarter of 2019 with a value of Rp12.4 trillion and this year have the potential lift to Rp16 trillion.
The JS Saving Plan is an investment-wrapped life insurance product offered through banks also known bancassurance. The product have a guaranteed return of 9 – 13 percent during 2013 – 2018 with a disbursement period every year.
While, Bumiputera, is faced with the obligation to pay customer claims in 2019 and 2020 amounting to Rp9.6 trillion. The company’ president director, Dirman Pardosi, targeting the insurance’ liquidity problems to improve within four years time.
To pay the claims, Bumiputera plans to sell its assets with a value of up to Rp2 trillion. Its planned that the disposal of these assets will be carried out with a sell-off scheme and partly with an operation cooperation scheme with other parties.
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