Winnie Yamashita Rolindrawan received her Bachelor of Laws in economic law from the University of Indonesia in 2002. In 2007, she earned her Master of Science from the Faculty of Social and Political Science at the same university, majoring in communications management. In 2016, Winnie received her Master of Laws (LL.M.) from the University of California, Berkeley (Boalt Hall) School of Law, where she also earned a Business Law Certificate from the Berkeley Center for Law, Business and Economy.
Prior to joining SSEK, Winnie worked at another prominent corporate law firm in Jakarta, where she was involved in various capital market transactions including IPOs, bond issues and rights issues. She also helped handle several debt restructuring projects involving the Indonesian Bank Restructuring Agency (IBRA), an independent government agency established in response to the Indonesian financial crisis.
In 2006, Winnie was appointed an associate procurement expert for an Asian Development Bank-Ministry of National Development Planning (Bappenas) project, where she developed and drafted model national procurement documents.
Since joining SSEK in 2007, Winnie has represented major domestic firms and multinational companies in a variety of transactions. She has worked on numerous projects involving mergers and acquisitions, corporate and commercial matters, foreign investment, e-commerce, financial services, and real estate and property, particularly hotels. Among the clients Winnie has worked with are Alibaba, Ant Financial, BW Offshore, Didi Chuxing, Fox International Channels, GlaxoSmithKline, Hyatt, Jawa Pos, Kohler, Kordsa, Marriott, Mastercard, Mead Johnson, Reckitt Benckiser and Western Union.
Winnie is a licensed attorney and is a member of the Indonesian Advocates Association (Peradi). She participated in the 2014 Academy of American and International Law sponsored by the Southwestern Institute for International and Comparative Law in Dallas, Texas.
Having spent her childhood in Hamburg, Germany, she speaks German in addition to English and her native Indonesian.
as of March 2019.