Supporting business needs

We recognise the importance of Indonesia, one of the most dynamic economies of South-east Asia, for many of our clients. Over the years, we have acted in numerous ground-breaking transactions involving Indonesia, assisting a broad range of corporates and venture capital entities in their Indonesia-related initiatives and activities. Our capabilities through our associate firm in Jakarta, AGI Legal allow us to offer an integrated service to meet the regional needs of our clients.

Our Partners (Foreign Law), Oene J. Marseille and Aris Budi Prasetiyo (Pending Approval from the Ministry of Law), are committed to delivering a seamless experience for our clients.

Expertise and experience

As a firm consisting of leading experts in diverse practice areas, we offer our clients based in Indonesia integrated services to support their plans for regional growth. Through AGI Legal, we are able to provide relevant expertise across a wide spectrum of transaction types and sectors. Representing local, multinational and international corporates, we have experience advising on market entry strategies, structuring or restructuring, expansions, finance, technology and innovative ventures,  acquisitions, divestments, disputes and arbitration, and early stage investments in Indonesia. 

Committed team

With a dedicated team of lawyers in AGI Legal exclusively focused on supporting our clients in Indonesia-related transactions, we count among our strengths a strong familiarity with the nuances of Indonesian transactions, including aspects of local culture and the legal landscape. Coupled with our cross-border expertise and experience with international transactions and practices, we have a unique advisory capability and perspective to assist our clients harness the opportunities that Indonesia and South-east Asia have to offer.

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