MKK works with foreign and domestic investors
in developing and implementing investment strategies in virtually all areas
of the commercial economy. The process of establishing a new commercial
enterprise in Indonesia varies from sector to sector. The firm assists with
advice, negotiation and documentation in taking clients through the entire
legal process of application, licensing and establishment of new companies
and other entities permitted under Indonesia’s investment, banking,
natural resources and other commercial laws.
As an alternative to the formation of new enterprises in Indonesia, merger
or acquisition may sometimes be the preferable strategy. MKK has an extensive
M&A practice in all major economic sectors, advising listed and unlisted
companies, private and state owned entities.
The firm also renders advice on alternatives to foreign direct investment,
such as the establishment of representative offices and technical assistance
arrangements, and on license, franchise, toll manufacturing and distribution
arrangements at all levels of the distribution chain.