W&P’s partner Ms. Miriam Andreta is one of 10 Indonesia’s Rising Star 2019 by Asian Legal Business. She has been recognized for her years of experience acting for both foreign and domestic lenders in Indonesian financing and representing reputable multinational companies (including various Japanese companies) in their complex investments in Indonesia. She has also been recognized for her role in advising multinational companies in their sophisticated anti-trust matters in Indonesia.


W&P are humbled for the blessing and are very proud of this achievement, which confirms W&P’s strong commitment to only provide best services to W&P’s clients.

W&P’s managing partner Mr. Luky Walalangi just received a recognition from Chambers Global in the recently-published 2019 edition  as a recognized practitioner for Corporate/M&A in Indonesia, which echoes the same recognition from Chambers Asia Pacific a few months ago.

To achieve recognition from both Chambers Global and Chambers Asia Pacific at W&P’s first year, W&P are truly humbled for the blessing, and continuously extend its gratitude to all clients for their continuous support and trust to W&P.

Leading Japanese law firm Nishimura & Asahi, collected high honors spanning a wide variety of practices in Japan in the recently-published 2019 edition of Chambers Global, including the highest possible ranking, Band 1, for our Banking & Finance: Domestic and Corporate/M&A: Domestic practices. Nishimura & Asahi was also recognized with impressive rankings in the following practice areas: Capital Markets: Domestic, Capital Markets: Domestic: Securitisation & Derivatives, Dispute Resolution: Domestic, International & Cross-Border Capabilities (Japanese Firms) and International Trade. In addition to the numerous rankings earned by our firm’s Japan practice, Nishimura & Asahi received recognition in a number of other key jurisdictions, including the managing partner of Walalangi & Partners (in association with Nishimura & Asahi), Luky Walalangi, was recognized as a recognised practitioner for Corporate/M&A in Indonesia. Moreover, many Nishimura & Asahi lawyers were individually recognised for their outstanding work.

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W&P’s Siti Kemala Nuraida, Miriam Andreta and Luky Walalangi collaborated with N&A in the annual Legal Forum, giving  a 2 day seminar in Tokyo and Fukuoka City on respectively 22 January and 24 January 2019, where each of them explained the latest developments of the Indonesian legal markets, its hurdles and practical solutions as well as the expectations in 2019. The Legal Forum was attended by more than 60 participants from various Japanese companies, banks and financial institutions. W&P enjoyed the discussions so much and was grateful for the feedback from the attendees who commented that the seminar was practical, useful and informative.


Please check out the article in Asian Legal Business, December 2018 Edition on Dealmakers of Asia , where W&P was quoted. The article, among others, reports W&P’s view of the surprising fact of active Indonesian M&A activities in 2018, particularly in industrials and consumer goods and service and W&P’s market prediction in 2019 as well as analysis on the anticipated (new) 2019 Negative List, which expected to liberalise more than 30 business previously restricted or limited to foreign to 100 percent foreign investment.

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As end of 2018 is approaching, it is time to look back to W&P’s first year, which is truly a blessed year for all of us at W&P. W&P are honored to have clients trusted W&P as their legal counsels as  it is W&P’s core belief to provide clients only with the best legal supports. W&P are also very humbled to have some of W&P’s lawyers to be shortlisted by various independent ranking researchers, including by Chambers Asia-Pacific, IFLR1000, Asia Business Law Journal, Asian Legal Business and Asialaw. Here are few examples of client’s feedback W&P have received with gratefulness in 2018.


W&P’s managing partner Mr. Luky Walalangi received recognition in the recently-published 2019 edition of Chambers Asia Pacific as a recognized practitioner for Corporate/M&A in Indonesia.
To achieve this at W&P’s first year, we are truly humbled for the blessing, and we continuously extend our gratitude to all clients for their continuous support and trust.


W&P’s partner Ms. Miriam Andreta was one of the distinguished speakers at 6th Annual Indonesia ADR & Regulatory  Summit held at Mandarin Hotel Jakarta on December 6th 2018, where she explained and elaborated Indonesian Merger Report and the expected changes and amendments in the future. The Summit was opened by Mr. M Husseyn Umar, the Chairman of BANI and there were 76 participants registered for the Summit, including various multi-national companies, international and domestic banks as well as Indonesian SOEs.


Please check out Asia Business Law Journal’s newest article Out of time? , which provides a deep and comprehensive analysis and summary of interesting insights from various Indonesian legal practitioners into ongoing reform of Indonesia’s business law environment,  regulatory changes, the expectations and challenges of the upcoming 2019 elections. W&P’s managing partner Mr. Luky Walalangi is privileged to be one of the sources to give such analysis based on his observation and professional experience.

W&P and N&A gave a seminar on Indonesian offshore loans, Indonesian security interests and Indonesian P2P practices to more than 35 representatives of Japanese banks and companies in Singapore on 14 November 2018, held at the Japanese Association Singapore. Mr. Luky Walalangi, managing partner of W&P, elaborated the challenges of creation and enforcement of Indonesian security interests and shared some practical solutions and inputs from his past experience, and Ms. Miriam Andreta, a partner of W&P, explained the various requirements for banks to extend offshore loans to Indonesian borrowers and shared some insights into recent developments in Indonesian financing. At the end of the session, W&P’s associates Mr. Hans Adiputra, Ms. Siti Kemala Nuraida and Mr. Wisnu Renansyah Jenie described the rapid growth of P2P practices in Indonesia, its regulatory requirements and market study. The seminar was lively, and the attendees raised various interesting practical questions. In the written feedback given by the attendees, we are humbled as the seminar was praised by the attendants to be “beyond expectations”.