Adzhani Tharifah


Ms. Adzhani Tharifah is a bright and promising young lawyer with a Bachelor of Laws degree from Universitas Indonesia.

Adzhani Tharifah graduated cum laude in 2021 from the Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia, majoring in Business Law. During her studies at the university, she was actively involved in the Asian Law Students’ Association (ALSA) LC UI and participated in several legal and nonlegal competitions. She also volunteered in several social projects.

Prior to joining Walalangi & Partners, she interned at one of Indonesia’s prominent law firms and an up-and-coming legal start-up.

At Walalangi & Partners, she handles general corporate matters and foreign direct investment, in which she has extensive knowledge.

  • Counsel to Saint Gobain Group (SGN), in preparing and negotiating various transaction documents for the installation and the operational and maintenance of solar rooftop power generation facilities at 4 warehouses (with the total capacity more than 580 kWp). The project manifests SGN’s strong commitment and effort to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.
  • Counsel to one of the Japanese leading information technology solution companies,  in its  proposed cross-border acquisitions of a Singaporean information technology cloud and digital transformation companies, which would allow the Client to expand its business to provide a unique and competitive hybrid cloud solutions in both public and private sectors  in Southeast Asia region, including Indonesia.
  • Advising a leading Japanese telecommunication and a Japanese Fortune Global 500 company on various Indonesian law’s regulatory framework related to its proposed investment in various digital payment and finance sectors in Indonesia, including among others, mobile payment and Q&R code based payment services, online loyalty point related services, digital banking and financing, small loan online services, digital consumer finance (including buy now pay later (BNPL) arrangement), and digital insurance.
  • Counsel to world-leading steel manufacturing companies on their investment in an existing Indonesian foreign investment subsidiary of a notable South Asia automotive and manufacturing company, engaging in special work of metals and metal-based goods and industry of transformator.
  • Advising a Japanese-affiliated company on Indonesian law aspects in relation to its proposed establishment and development of internet-based platform to be used for holding cross-border e-sport tournaments, particularly, with respect to its proposed business model and payment arrangements, including the use of digital currency, such as cryptocurrency, and limitations on its use, as well as advising on compliance issues, including, personal data protection rules, creditworthiness scoring activities under OJK regulations, and obligations of an electronic system operator.