SSEK's Denny Rahmansyah and Mahareksha Singh Dillon have contributed the Indonesia chapter to the Thomson Reuters Practical Law Restructuring and Insolvency Global Guide. Denny and Mahareksha provide a high-level overview of the restricting and insolvency regime in Indonesia.
There has been some noise recently about the Indonesian Government’s intention to open investment opportunities for foreign universities. If these changes are realized, and foreign universities are able to open campuses here, we would expect to see an increase in employment opportunities in Indonesia’s education sector, particularly in the higher education sector.
In an effort to simplify the bureaucratic process and improve the ease of doing business, the Jakarta provincial government has eliminated the requirement that companies obtain a Certificate of Domicile and Certificate of Business Domicile.
SSEK's Ira A. Eddymurthy and Revaldi Wirabuana have written a Q&A guide to Doing Business in Indonesia, providing an overview of the legal system in Indonesia, foreign investment restrictions, currency regulations and incentives, and business vehicles and their relevant restrictions and liabilities.
SSEK partners Rusmaini Lenggogeni and Syahdan Z. Aziz will lead a full-day Indonesia HR Employment Law Masterclass in Singapore on Thursday, July 25, 2019. The class will provide an overview of the Indonesian labor law landscape and look at recent regulatory updates.
SSEK partners Ira A. Eddymurthy and Fahrul S. Yusuf have contributed the Indonesia chapter to the 2019 Chambers Corporate M&A global guide. The Corporate M&A guide provides expert legal commentary on key issues for businesses.
SSEK's Denny Rahmansyah and Farah Nabila have contributed the Indonesia chapter of the Data Protection & Cybersecurity 2019 guide published by Chambers & Partners, where they look at a number of issues including the legal regime in Indonesia for privacy and data protection.
SSEK has contributed the Indonesia chapter to an Employment Termination Survey covering 22 jurisdictions in the Asia-Pacific region. The Employment Termination Survey is designed as a guide to termination practices and provisions in the region.