Posts Tagged ‘anti-corruption’


Facilitating Payments in Indonesia

By Denny Rahmansyah and Nico Mooduto We understand that the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (the “FCPA”) permits facilitating payments to be made to foreign officials for routine governmental actions to expedite the performance of their duties. Such payments are generally considered as not being intended to influence the outcome of the official’s action or decision, [...]


Anti-Corruption Developments in Indonesia

Denny Rahmansyah and Andini H. Dewi According to the Annual Report of the Corruption Eradication Commission (Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi or “KPK”), the KPK carried out 96 examinations, 99 investigations and 76 prosecutions last year. Seventy cases were decided and received final and legally binding judgments. Judicial decisions were executed for 81 cases in 2016. These [...]


Darrell Johnson of SSEK to Speak at Asia-Pacific Summit on Anti-Corruption

Darrell R. Johnson, the senior foreign legal advisor at SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants, will be a featured speaker at the American Conference Institute’s 5th Asia-Pacific Summit on Anti-Corruption, Compliance and Risk Management. The event is being held November 15-16, 2016 in Singapore. Darrell is scheduled to lead a session on the summit’s first day on [...]


Compliance Road Map for Companies in Indonesia

By Andini H. Dewi and Christina N. Soela Compliance is an important issue for foreign investment companies doing business in Indonesia. As international organizations, foreign investment companies are not only required to comply with the laws and regulations of the country of origin of their parent companies but also with relevant laws and regulations in [...]


Corporate Liability for Corruption in Indonesia

By Michael S. Carl and Nico Mooduto Anti-corruption compliance is rightly a focus of companies operating in Indonesia. One of the more interesting questions for such companies, particularly foreign investment companies, is whether the company and/or individual company Directors can be prosecuted for corruption as a result of the actions of employees. Based on a [...]