H.E. Budi G SadikinMinister of Health at Indonesia
H.E. Budi G Sadikin began his career in 1988 as the Information Technology Officer at IBM’s Asia-Pacific Headquarters in Tokyo, Japan and worked at IBM until 1994 culminating as Manager of Systems Integration & Professional Services. Subsequently, he joined PT Bank Bali Tbk. until 1999 and had held various managerial roles, including General Manager of Human Resources.
H.E. Sadikin then moved to ABN AMRO Bank Indonesia and remained there until 2004. His last position at the bank was Director of Consumer and Commercial Banking (Senior Vice President) for ABN AMRO Bank Indonesia & Malaysia. Following his time at ABN AMRO, H.E. Sadikin joined PT Bank Danamon Tbk. as the Head of Consumer Banking (Executive Vice President) and later the Director of Adira Quantum Multi Finance.
In 2006, he joined Bank Mandiri Tbk. as the Director of Micro & Retail Banking. After which, he was assigned as President Director of Bank Mandiri in 2013 and continued until March 2016. After completing his tenure at Bank Mandiri Tbk., he served as the Senior Advisor to the Minister of State-Owned Enterprises from 2016 until 2017 and afterwards was appointed as the Chairman for PT Indonesia Asahan Aluminium (Persero).
Between September 2017 and November 2019, he was the Group Chief Executive Officer of Mining Industry Holding Company, PT Indonesia Asahan Aluminium (Persero) which is comprised of PT Aneka Tambang Tbk, PT Bukit Asam Tbk, PT Timah Tbk, and PT Freeport Indonesia as Holding Members.
H.E. Sadikin was the Vice Minister I of State-owned Enterprises and tasked to establish market leading and globally competitive state-owned enterprises. From July 2020 until December, 22nd 2020, he lead the National Economic Recovery and Transformation Task Force amidst the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia.
On December 23rd, 2020, he was appointed by the President of Republic of Indonesia as the Minister of Health. He is assigned to lead the COVID-19 vaccination program for the nation and improve health services in Indonesia.