Friliantari Putri graduated in 2019 from the Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia, majoring in Economic Law. During her university years, she was actively involved in various student organizations, including the Asian Law Students’ Association (ALSA), where she served as a member of the Board of Directors of Local Chapter Universitas Indonesia in 2018. Besides, she was also actively participating in numerous campus and social projects.
Since joining Walalangi & Partners, Friliantari Putri has been involved in various M&A and foreign direct investment transactions as well as general corporate matters, in which she has extensive knowledge. She was involved in advising Orient Corp, a major Japanese consumer credit supplier, in the complex structured acquisition of a majority interest in an Indonesian finance company PT Mizuho Bank.
- Counsel to one of the largest Japanese banks in its USD200 million acquisition of an e-commerce and digital financing services businesses throughout Southeast Asia, which would allow the client to further contribute and fulfil various financial needs to customers in Indonesia and other Southeast Asian countries as well as leveraging its group’s growth in financial services sector.
- Counsel to Mitsui Co & Ltd,and FP Corporation on its Indonesian post-acquisition merger report of their acquisition of Lee Soon Seng Plastic Industries Sdn. Bhd., one of the largest manufacturers of functional food containers in Malaysia with packaging wholesalers in Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, the Philippines, and other Southeast Asian nations.
- 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.
- Counsel to Mitsubishi Corporation and Sinar Mas Land on the inauguration of the PoC of Indonesia’s first autonomous electric vehicle at Q-Big BSD City, using first intelligent transportation system of French-made shuttle bus Navya Arma. The 15-passenger self-driving electric vehicle has a battery capacity of 33 kWh and is equipped with Global Positioning System (GPS) and Light Radar (LIDAR) sensor. This goes in parallel with the vision of G20, i.e., to go towards smart green cities, more low-carbon mobility, and less traffic congestion.
- 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.
- Advising one of the most rapid growing technology and game companies based in the US, with approximately 36.2 million daily users (spanning over 180 countries) and revenue of US$589 million only for January – September 2020, on various Indonesian regulatory matters to include gaming regulations, gaming applications rating, registration requirements, content requirements and restrictions as well as personal data protection.
- Researcher for the preparation of the publication of 2020 edition of The International Comparative Legal Guide (ICLG) to Mergers & Acquisitions, Global Legal Group, 2020.