Posts Tagged ‘Investment’

Legal Alert

Legal Alert September 2017

Please find the SSEK Legal Alert for September 2017. The SSEK Legal Alert is a monthly survey designed to keep you up to date with the latest legal developments in Indonesia.

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SSEK Lawyers Discuss Private Placements in Indonesia at AIMA Conference

Michael S. Carl, an international legal adviser at SSEK Legal Consultants, and Bezaliel B. Erlan, a senior associate at the firm, were featured speakers at the recent AIMA Asia Navigating Private Placement Conferences in Hong Kong and Singapore. The Alternative Investment Management Association held the conference on October 17 in Hong Kong and October 19 [...]

ALB M&A Rankings 2017

SSEK Legal Consultants Named Leading M&A Firm for Indonesia

SSEK Legal Consultants has been recognized as a Tier 1 M&A law firm in the 2017 M&A Rankings from Asian Legal Business (ALB). SSEK was one of only five firms to receive the Tier 1 ranking. ALB reports that M&A activities in Indonesia doubled in the first quarter of 2017 from the same period last [...]

China Mining 2017

Michael Carl of SSEK Discusses Indonesian Investment Environment at China Mining Conference

Michael Carl, an international legal adviser at SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants, was a featured speaker at the recent China Mining conference in Tianjin. China Mining has been held annually since 1999 and is one of the world’s top mining events. You can find Michael’s presentation in English here. For the presentation materials in Chinese, click [...]

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Seaports in Indonesia: Regulatory Developments

A number of regulations have been issued that are significant for the regulatory development of Indonesia’s seaports sector. We highlight the most crucial of these regulations. A. Ministry of Transportation (“MOT”) Regulation No. 146 of 2016 regarding the Amendment of Ministry of Transportation Regulation No. 51 of 2015 regarding the Implementation of Seaports (the “Seaport [...]

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SSEK Adviser Michael Carl Discusses Foreign Investment Regulation and M&A Transactions in Indonesia at LAWASIA Conference

Michael S. Carl, an international legal adviser at SSEK Indonesian Consultants, was a featured speaker at the recent LAWASIA Conference in Tokyo. Michael discussed foreign investment regulation and M&A transactions in Indonesia. You can find his presentation here. Michael joined SSEK in 2004 and has nearly 20 years of experience practicing law in Southeast Asia. [...]

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Indonesia Launches New Economic Policy Package

By Michael S. Carl and Revaldi Wirabuana On August 31, Indonesian President Joko Widodo, commonly known as Jokowi, enacted the 16th economic reform package aimed at improving the ease of doing business in the country (“16th Reform Package”). This new economic policy package contains measures to accelerate the issuance of business licenses and permits at [...]

Businessmen

Indonesia Takes Steps to Ease Licensing Process for Trade Companies

The Indonesian Ministry of Trade (“MOT”) has issued two regulations with the goal of simplifying the licensing process for companies and reducing the amount of time they must spend on such matters. MOT Regulation No. 7/M-DAG/PER/2/2017 regarding the Third Amendment to MOT Regulation No. 36/M-DAG/PER/9/2007 regarding the Issuance of Trade Business License (“MOT Reg. 7/2017″) [...]

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Bauxite Mining and Alumina Refinery Investment Environment in Indonesia

Michael S. Carl, an international legal adviser at SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants, was invited to give a presentation at the 3rd Global Bauxite Conference 2017 on the Bauxite Mining and Alumina Refinery Investment Environment in Indonesia. The conference was held June 14-15 in Jakarta. You can find his presentation materials here. Michael Carl is the [...]

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Insurance Companies in Indonesia Must Follow Requirement on Ultimate Shareholders

By Ira A. Eddymurthy and Maria Yudhitama The Indonesian Insurance Law (Law No. 40 of 2014 regarding Insurance) introduced a significant change regarding the shareholding composition of insurance companies. Breaking from previous policy, the Insurance Law specifically mandates that the local shareholders in an insurance company must be ultimately owned by Indonesian individuals. After the [...]