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New Financial Sector Omnibus Law: Capital Market, Money Market, and Forex Market

27 March 2023 by Makarim & Taira S - Indonesia

Our dedicated series on the P2SK Law continues with our latest Advisory, which explores the changes brought by Chapter V, amending the Capital Market, Money Market, and Forex Market. Following the enactment of the P2SK Law, we can expect many new implementing regulations in the financial sector. Participants in the financial markets should anticipate compliance changes and prepare to quickly adapt to any necessary adjustments.

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New Financial Sector Omnibus Law: Capital Market, Money Market, and Forex Market

27 March 2023 by Makarim & Taira S - Indonesia

Our dedicated series on the P2SK Law continues with our latest Advisory, which explores the changes brought by Chapter V, amending the Capital Market, Money Market, and Forex Market. Following the enactment of the P2SK Law, we can expect many new implementing regulations in the financial sector. Participants in the financial markets should anticipate compliance changes and prepare to quickly adapt to any necessary adjustments.

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Overview of Private Investment to Indonesia’s New Capital City: Ibu Kota Nusantara (IKN)

27 March 2023 by Makarim & Taira S - Indonesia

The Government of Indonesia moves forward the development of Indonesia’s new capital city, namely Ibu Kota Nusantara (“IKN”) by issuing several underlying regulations to date in effort to encourage the participation of private sector in accelerating the infrastructure development of the IKN. One of them being the groundworks to implement the public-private partnerships in such development. With a total cost estimate of more than IDR460 trillion (or approximately USD30 billion), the five-stages development of IKN is targeted to be 80% funded from non-State Budget and therefore can be expected to attract private investors participation in it. This advisory provides an overview of the funding schemes and private sector participation in the development of IKN.

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Overview of Private Investment to Indonesia’s New Capital City: Ibu Kota Nusantara (IKN)

27 March 2023 by Makarim & Taira S - Indonesia

The Government of Indonesia moves forward the development of Indonesia’s new capital city, namely Ibu Kota Nusantara (“IKN”) by issuing several underlying regulations to date in effort to encourage the participation of private sector in accelerating the infrastructure development of the IKN. One of them being the groundworks to implement the public-private partnerships in such development. With a total cost estimate of more than IDR460 trillion (or approximately USD30 billion), the five-stages development of IKN is targeted to be 80% funded from non-State Budget and therefore can be expected to attract private investors participation in it. This advisory provides an overview of the funding schemes and private sector participation in the development of IKN.

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DeHeng Strengthens Position in Hong Kong with Merger with Respected Local Firm Chungs Lawyers to Form DeHeng Law Offices (Hong Kong) LLP

24 March 2023 by Chungs Lawyers in association with DeHeng Law Offices - Hong Kong

DeHeng Law Offices (“DeHeng”), one of the largest Chinese law firms with a global presence, recently announced the successful completion of its merger with a local law firm in Hong Kong, as part of its efforts to enhance its service offerings in the Asian financial hub.

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DeHeng Strengthens Position in Hong Kong with Merger with Respected Local Firm Chungs Lawyers to Form DeHeng Law Offices (Hong Kong) LLP

24 March 2023 by Chungs Lawyers in association with DeHeng Law Offices - Hong Kong

DeHeng Law Offices (“DeHeng”), one of the largest Chinese law firms with a global presence, recently announced the successful completion of its merger with a local law firm in Hong Kong, as part of its efforts to enhance its service offerings in the Asian financial hub.

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Personal Data Protection Law: Cross-Border Transfer Requirements

24 March 2023 by Makarim & Taira S - Indonesia

Following our previous Advisory on Indonesia’s long-awaited Law No. 27 of 2022 on Personal Data Protection (the “PDP Law”) (view the Advisory here), this Advisory focuses on the transfer of personal data from Indonesia to other countries (cross-border transfers). The PDP Law is binding on all parties that process or control personal data in or outside Indonesia with a legal impact in Indonesia or on Indonesian data subjects. Companies must comply with the PDP Law to protect the rights of data subjects during cross-border data transfers. Full compliance is required by October 17, 2024, with a two-year transitional period as of the law's enactment.

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Personal Data Protection Law: Cross-Border Transfer Requirements

24 March 2023 by Makarim & Taira S - Indonesia

Following our previous Advisory on Indonesia’s long-awaited Law No. 27 of 2022 on Personal Data Protection (the “PDP Law”) (view the Advisory here), this Advisory focuses on the transfer of personal data from Indonesia to other countries (cross-border transfers). The PDP Law is binding on all parties that process or control personal data in or outside Indonesia with a legal impact in Indonesia or on Indonesian data subjects. Companies must comply with the PDP Law to protect the rights of data subjects during cross-border data transfers. Full compliance is required by October 17, 2024, with a two-year transitional period as of the law's enactment.

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Resolving the conflict between section 3(d) and section 3(e)

23 March 2023 by LexOrbis - DPS Parmar

It is generally known and understood that every exception in the act should stand on its own footing. Two seemingly similar provisions in legal sense cannot lean back on one another to fortify the argument favouring the exception or otherwise. This seemingly sound argument suffers the close scrutiny of the Delhi High court in Best Agrolife Limited v Deputy Controller of Patents & Anr (WP(C)-IPD 11/2022 & CM 32/2022, 54/2022, 55/2022).

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Resolving the conflict between section 3(d) and section 3(e)

23 March 2023 by LexOrbis - DPS Parmar

It is generally known and understood that every exception in the act should stand on its own footing. Two seemingly similar provisions in legal sense cannot lean back on one another to fortify the argument favouring the exception or otherwise. This seemingly sound argument suffers the close scrutiny of the Delhi High court in Best Agrolife Limited v Deputy Controller of Patents & Anr (WP(C)-IPD 11/2022 & CM 32/2022, 54/2022, 55/2022).