Walalangi & Partners

Indonesia

Address:
Pacific Century Place, 19th Floor, SCBD Lot. 10
Jalan Jenderal Sudirman Kav. 52-53
Jakarta, 12190
Indonesia

+(62 21) 5080 8600

+(62 21) 5080 8601


Key contacts:

Managing Partner: Luky I. Walalangi
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Partner: Miriam Andreta
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Partner: Jeanne Elisabeth Donauw
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Quick facts:

Number of lawyers: 27 including a Foreign Counsel and Local Counsel
Number of partners: 3
Languages: English, Indonesian, Japanese


Walalangi & Partners (W&P) is a corporate law firm founded by Luky I Walalangi, a highly regarded lawyer with two decades of experience. In recognition of its on-going commitment, W&P has been recognized by various reputable independent legal directories including Chambers Global, Chambers Asia Pacific, Chambers Fintech, IFLR1000, The Legal500, Asialaw, Asian Legal Business and Asia Business Law Journal.

W&P is in full association with Nishimura & Asahi (N&A), the Japan’s largest full-service international law firm with more than 600 lawyers working in close collaboration at 18 offices around the world to offer unrivalled one-stop legal services.

W&P is a miniature of Indonesia, diverse in age, race, ethnicity, religions and perspective, accepting open-minded and respectful of everyone, all while providing the best service possible. The growth of the firm much supported by its diversities, divided into various and diverse religions and race and ethnicities, from age 23 to 50.

  • Banking and finance
  • Real Estate
  • Capital markets
  • Competition/antitrust
  • Corporate and M&A
  • Labour and employment
  • Investment funds
  • Restructuring and insolvency

Real estate/Project development
Luky I. Walalangi
Lwalalangi@wplaws.com

Miriam Andreta 
Mandreta@wplaws.com

Siti Kemala Nuraida
Snuraida@wplaws.com

Recent case highlights:

  • Counsel to Mitbana Pte Ltd, in the biggest (and first of its kind) advance smart and sustainable Transit-Oriented Developments (TODs) in BSD City, Greater Jakarta, where Mitbana forms a significant partnership with leading Indonesian property developer Sinar Mas Land to enlarge BSD City’s existing development footprint and expand on its current population of 200,000 residents.  

Capital markets
Luky I. Walalangi
Lwalalangi@wplaws.com

Miriam Andreta 
Mandreta@wplaws.com

Hans Adiputra Kurniawan
Hadiputra@wplaws.com 

Recent case highlights:

  • Counsel to Tokyo Gas Asia Pte. Ltd, a wholly-owned Singaporean subsidiary of Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd.,  in the acquisition of PT Super Energy Tbk (SE), a publicly-listed Indonesian company, PT Energy Mina Abadi, PT Gasuma Federal Indonesia and PT Bahtera Abadi Gas.

Financing
Miriam Andreta 
Mandreta@wplaws.com

Hans Adiputra Kurniawan
Hadiputra@wplaws.com 

Recent case highlights:

  • Counsel to Tokyo Tatemono Co Ltd and Tokyo Tatemono Asia Pte Ltd in the restructuring of approximately USD 300 Million existing loan of PT Dharma Tatemono Property and PT Dharma Tatemono Residences. 

Banking & finance
Luky I. Walalangi
Lwalalangi@wplaws.com

Hans Adiputra Kurniawan
Hadiputra@wplaws.com 

Recent case highlights:

  • Counsel to Mitsubishi UFJ Lease & Finance Company, Limited (MUL), one of the biggest leasing and financing companies in the world, on its Indonesian merger-related matter with Hitachi Capital Corporation (HC), a Japan-based company engaged in leasing and financing services business in Japan and oversea. The merger is calculated at USD 2.8 billion and considered as one of the biggest merger deals, which results in the combined company’s annual sales amounting to JPY 1.4 trillion (USD 13.3 billion), assets worth about JPY 10 trillion (USD 95 billion), and almost 10,000 employees.

TMT
Luky I. Walalangi
Lwalalangi@wplaws.com

Sinta Dwi Cestakarani
Scestakarani@wplaws.com

Anggarara CP Hamami
Ahamami@wplaws.com 

Recent case highlights:

  • Advising a Japanese trading company on various Indonesian regulatory matters in relation to smart urban facilities development, including the utilization of artificial intelligence equipment, telecommunication equipment and devices, operational the autonomous vehicles in private and public roads, installation and operational of wireless electronic charging, the use of the edge computing AI cameras, and the related regulatory requirements pertaining to personal data protection.

Anti-trust
Miriam Andreta
Mandreta@wplaws.com  

Rainer Faustine Jonathan
Rjonathan@wplaws.com  

Putri Bening Larasati
Plarasati@wplaws.com

Recent case highlights:

  • Counsel to Orient Corporation (ORICO) for the mandatory post-acquisition filing to the Indonesian Business Competition Supervisory Commission – Komisi Pengawas Persaingan Usaha in relation to shares acquisition of PT Mizuho Balimore Finance by Orient Corporation, the acquisition of which would allow Orient Corp to tap into the growing Indonesian car loan market, and will enable Orient Corp to expand the local arm's business to used vehicles.

 

  • Banking and financial services
  • Consumer goods and services
  • Energy
  • Industrials and manufacturing
  • Infrastructure
  • Mining
  • Oil and gas
  • Real estate
  • Technology and telecommunications