Below are some of our clients that have worked on various projects with us. We are grateful to have the opportunity to work with our esteemed and wonderful clients. We encourage you to visit their websites below to learn more about them.
Listed below are our selected projects that we have done since our establishment to let you know more about us. Our involvement in various market fields in Indonesia helps build our credentials and experience to deliver more quality service to our clients.
In 2020, we assisted many local companies with corporate debt restructuring amidst the challenging economy. We provided advisory services and provided legal drafting for the restructuring agreements. Aside from that, we also act as a mediator between companies who had to terminate their workers due to the situation and negotiated an agreeable outcome for both parties.
In 2020, we also assisted our client, a local bank, in restructuring account receivables from non-paying and non-performing customers.
In 2018, we assisted our client in acquiring a bank. We conducted legal due diligence as well as helping with the restructuring during the process of acquisition.
We regularly provide review and advisory services to local banks. We also checked the lands and assets that will be pledged to the banks for any issues so that they can have better risk analysis and risk mitigation.
In 2022, we assisted with the valuation of our client as they are about to add a new business field (KBLI) to their company as well as helping them with the valuation of their new product that is about to be launched.
In 2019, we acted as the capital market legal consultant for our client. We assisted their Initial Public Offering by providing due diligence on the company. We liaise with financial auditors, underwriters and appraisers to ensure successful launch of the IPO.
In 2019, we also assisted our client with the issuance of shares to improve the financial standing.
In 2023, we audited our client to ensure the fulfilment of responsibilities and compliance to rules and regulation. Additionally, we help create compliance reports for various committees and create minutes of meetings for the Board of Directors & Commissioners.
In 2022, we helped our client with formulating company policies and standard operating procedure related to information technology and risk management for their IT audit purpose.
In 2021, we helped our client audit their standard operating procedure and their financial report for internal audit purpose.
In 2020, we assisted our client with registering and obtaining a remittance license from the Bank of Indonesia (BI).
In 2018, we assisted our client with registering and obtaining a non-bank financial company license from Financial Services Authority (OJK).
In 2019, we helped advise our client regarding ownership and will, waqf, company restructuring, tax & trust advisory, and formulation of the family charter, which includes family assembly, family council, and the creation of a family employment committee.
In 2022, we conducted financial due diligence and a tax due diligence to a company that is going to be bought by an investor. We helped the investor by conducting those due diligence to make sure that they invested in a good company.
In 2021, we conducted a legal due diligence on an oil palm plantation to ensure the selling value of the plantation.
In 2021, we conducted a legal due diligence on a consumer goods company before acquisition by our client.
In 2020, we helped our client, a hotel, to acquire another hotel. We help to conduct a legal due diligence and check the exposure to tax liability as the foundation for the acquisition.
In 2019, we performed legal due diligence on a local bank that was up for acquisition. We checked its corporate documentations including permits and licenses. We also checked its compliance process to regulating authorities, and assets collateral pledged to the bank. Relevant third party agreements were reviewed and we disclosed any existing dispute.
In 2018, we did field investigation study for a foreign investor to verify four mining licenses in Kalimantan. We also checked the validity of licenses with the local offices and reported any infrastructure problems. In addition, we assisted with obtaining locals acceptance of the project in the area.
In 2016, we assisted a group of Korean Investors who planned to acquire a Palm Oil Plantation in East Kalimantan. We conducted legal due diligence, field survey, and visited local government offices on behalf of our client. Our team checked the validity of the location permits for any overlapping issues with other permit holders. We investigated and reported any irregular land transaction found to the client.
In 2015, we assisted a group of timber investors from China to conduct a 530-hectare land administration and field survey in West Kalimantan. Our services included visiting the government offices to obtained plans and permits, such as Regional Development Plan (RTRW), forestry plan, location permits from the National Land Authority (BPN) and the Economic Development Agency (Bappeda).
In 2013, we assisted a group of companies owning palm oil plantation who would like to sell the asset by preparing its due diligence. Our legal team represented the seller and ensured the completeness of each company’s corporate documents, permits and licenses of land of more than 16,000 hectares.
In 2021, we assisted our client in formulating the Annual Business Plan as well as the Management and the Board of Commissioner Supervision Report to be submitted to Bank of Indonesia (BI).
In 2020, we assisted our client in the process of International Loan Agreement with Bank of Indonesia (BI). We helped registering the company data and reporting the loan transaction to Bank of Indonesia (BI) for 7 months. The process involves adjustment of the loan currency.
We also helped in preparing Filing of Investment Activity Report for several companies.
In 2013, we were part of a team developing a bauxite mine in North Maluku over the potential mining area of 10,000 hectares. We consulted various government offices and identified compliance issues, such as forestry allocation, coastal conservation, topological constraints for the hauling road, jetty and shipping route requirements, and corporate social responsibility (CSR). We also successfully acquired approval of 5 (five) coastal communities located in Area Penggunaan Lain (APL).
In 2012, we assisted one of the largest conglomerates in Indonesia to process its licensing of palm oil plantation in Sulawesi. The 130,000 hectares comprise of 60,000 hectares located in Central Sulawesi province, and 70,000 hectares in South Sulawesi province, with assets held in 7 (seven) companies.
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