2016 Asia Pacific Legal Guide

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Rosetini Ibrahim established Rosetini & Partners (the “Firm”) in the beginning of 2005.

The Firm’s tagline is: passionate, committed and reliable. It is passionate about assisting the legal needs of its clients and committed to deliver the best outcome for them. It is reliable because it values the trust of its clients and put their needs and interest as first priority. Rosetini & Partners is committed to providing quality legal service with a high degree of attention to its clients. It is the firm’s objective to understand the clients’ needs and assist them in an efficient and effective manner to achieve their goals and conclude their transactions.

General Corporate Matters

Concerning general corporate matters, the Firm offers legal assistance in relation to the presence and operations of companies doing business in Indonesia by providing advice on the relevant regulations with respect to the business activities of those companies.

Banking & Finance

The Firm also has experience in providing legal services in the areas of banking and finance. In the area of banking, it can assist in drafting loan agreements, security documents and other banking transaction documents, either representing the lender or the borrower. The Firm also provides advice on banking law and regulations.

Foreign Direct Investment

The Firm assists its clients in realizing their goals to develop their business in Indonesia starting from helping the clients to prepare the best possible scheme of transactions for their investment in Indonesia considering the legal environment.

Mergers & Acquisitions

In acquisition transactions it has represented the acquirers, as well as the sellers. It assists its clients with their corporate approval and government approval requirements in the merger process. The Firm also assists in the structuring of transactions for its clients, so that they will have the most beneficial structure and still comply with prevailing laws. It also performs the due diligence, prepare the transaction documents and provide assistance in procuring the local regulatory approvals.

Restructuring

The Firm has represented both borrowers and lenders in certain loan restructurings. It provides advice and prepares necessary documents related to the restructuring transaction.

Clients

The Firm’s clients are mostly foreign companies that are doing business in Indonesia. Many of its clients are companies or subsidiaries of companies from Japan. It also has clients from other countries, among others USA, Germany and Singapore.

Indonesia’s economy has been going through different phases because of the economic and political situation. Many laws and regulations have been changed following the dynamics in the economic development and political situation both domestically or by the influence of other countries and global trends.

Therefore, it is of utmost importance for companies that are doing business in Indonesia to obtain professional legal advice which will provide them with understanding and knowledge about the Indonesian legal system and practice.

With the experience of its lawyers and their professional integrity, the firm ensures that its clients are provided with quality legal services. The Firm is aiming for a long term and mutually beneficial relationship with its clients.

The Firm believes that with its passion, experience, commitment, dedication and professionalism it will be able to continue providing legal assistance as required by its clients and contributing to the success of their business in Indonesia.

Company: ROSETINI &PARTNERS
Name: Rosetini Ibrahim (Managing Partner)
Email: [email protected]
Web Address: www.rosetini.co.id
Address: Office 8, 18th-19th Floor, SCBD Lot 28
Jl. Jenderal Sudirman Kav.52-53,
Jakarta 12190
Indonesia
Telephone: 6221 2933 3618

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