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Indonesian Legal Review

SSEK Legal Consultants has released its Indonesian Legal Review to offer an overview of recent developments in the Indonesian legal sector. The Indonesian Legal Review looks at recent developments in almost 50 sectors, providing insight into Indonesian legal and regulatory developments in these sectors, from Airports to Tourism. To read the Indonesian Legal Review, you [...]

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Ship Finance in Indonesia: Update and Trends

SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants founding partner Dyah Soewito, senior foreign legal advisor Michael D. Twomey and Stephen Igor Warokka, an associate at the firm, have contributed the Indonesia chapter of the new Getting the Deal Through global guide to Ship Finance. SSEK Legal Consultants has one of the leading shipping practices in Indonesia. SSEK advises [...]

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Ship Finance in Indonesia: Insolvency and Restructuring

SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants founding partner Dyah Soewito, senior foreign legal advisor Michael D. Twomey and Stephen Igor Warokka, an associate at the firm, have contributed the Indonesia chapter of the new Getting the Deal Through global guide to Ship Finance. SSEK Legal Consultants has one of the leading shipping practices in Indonesia. SSEK advises [...]

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Ship Finance in Indonesia: Tax Considerations for Vessel Owners

SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants founding partner Dyah Soewito, senior foreign legal advisor Michael D. Twomey and Stephen Igor Warokka, an associate at the firm, have contributed the Indonesia chapter of the new Getting the Deal Through global guide to Ship Finance. SSEK Legal Consultants has one of the leading shipping practices in Indonesia. SSEK advises [...]

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Ship Finance in Indonesia: Collateral

SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants founding partner Dyah Soewito, senior foreign legal advisor Michael D. Twomey and Stephen Igor Warokka, an associate at the firm, have contributed the Indonesia chapter of the new Getting the Deal Through global guide to Ship Finance. SSEK Legal Consultants has one of the leading shipping practices in Indonesia. SSEK advises [...]

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Ship Finance in Indonesia: Update and Trends

Bank Indonesia recently issued Bank Indonesia Regulation No. 17 of 2015 (BI Regulation 17), which requires cash and non-cash domestic transactions to use Indonesian rupiah, and Regulation 16/21 requires borrowers of offshore loans to comply with hedging, liquidity and credit rating requirements in certain instances. BI Regulation 17 became effective as of March 31, 2015. [...]

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Ship Finance in Indonesia: Ship Mortgages and Other Liens Over Vessels

SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants founding partner Dyah Soewito, senior foreign legal advisor Michael D. Twomey and Stephen Igor Warokka, an associate at the firm, have contributed the Indonesia chapter of the new Getting the Deal Through global guide to Ship Finance. SSEK Legal Consultants has one of the leading shipping practices in Indonesia. SSEK advises [...]

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Ship Finance in Indonesia: Ship Mortgages

SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants founding partner Dyah Soewito, senior foreign legal advisor Michael D. Twomey and Stephen Igor Warokka, an associate at the firm, have contributed the Indonesia chapter of the new Getting the Deal Through global guide to Ship Finance. SSEK Legal Consultants has one of the leading shipping practices in Indonesia. SSEK advises [...]

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Ship Finance in Indonesia: Registration of Vessels

SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants founding partner Dyah Soewito, senior foreign legal advisor Michael D. Twomey and Stephen Igor Warokka, an associate at the firm, have contributed the Indonesia chapter of the new Getting the Deal Through global guide to Ship Finance. SSEK Legal Consultants has one of the leading shipping practices in Indonesia. SSEK advises [...]

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Registration of Vessels in Indonesia

By Michael D. Twomey and Dyah Soewito Any vessel of at least 7 gross tonnes can be registered under the Indonesian flag. Offshore drilling rigs and mobile offshore drilling units are considered vessels under Indonesian law. Registration results in the vessel obtain­ing Indonesian nationality, requiring the vessel owner to comply with Indonesian laws and regulations [...]