The East Tower building in Mega Kuningan was confiscated by the BLBI task force.

JAKARTA, – Bank Indonesia Liquidity Assistance Fund Government Claims Task Force (BLBI Task Force) has seized the East Tower Building located on the Jalan Mega Kuningan Ring Road, Setiabudi, South Jakarta.

BLBI Working Group Chairman Rionald Silaban stated that the confiscation carried out on Monday (July 24, 2023) was a form of return of state assets from the debtor Bank Asia Pacific on behalf of Setiawan Harjono and Hendrawan Harjono. Setiawan Harjono is the son-in-law of the former chairman of the DNR RI, Setya Novanto.

Pursuant to a confiscation warrant issued by PUPN DKI Jakarta, the BLBI task force has confiscated the 8,247m2 East Tower owned by PT Gentamulia Infra, along with 177 apartments above it, with a total area of ​​26,715.59 square meters (m2) and an estimated asset value of IDR 786 billion.

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“The confiscation was carried out in an apartment building owned by the “Getting Party” as stipulated by Government Decree No. 28 of 2022 on the management of public receivables by the Committee on public receivables, namely PT Gentamulia Infra,” Rionald said in a statement on Monday (July 24, 2023).

However, Riald clarified that the confiscation was not carried out in relation to apartment buildings that were already owned by third parties other than PT Gentamulia Infra, namely 77 apartments with a total area of ​​20,265.76 m2.

He also said that the confiscation of the East Tower was part of the state’s efforts to recover BLBI funds that were paid out to banks some time ago during the currency crisis.

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The BLBI Task Force, together with PUPN, will still take further legal action if Bank Asia Pacific’s debtors Setiawan Harjono and Hendrawan Haryono default, including by auctioning these assets.

“The BLBI Task Force will continue to make ongoing efforts to secure the recovery of the State’s claims through a range of measures such as blocking, confiscation and sale of the debtor’s and/or the debtor’s assets that are collateral or other assets owned by the debtor and/or the debtor,” Rionald said.

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