Rafi Natapradja


Mr. Rafi Natapradja is a bright and promising young lawyer, who graduated cum laude from Universitas Indonesia.

Mr. Rafi Natapradja graduated cum laude from the Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia in 2022.  During his academic years, he actively served as the Vice President of the Student’s Representative Assembly of the Faculty of Law of Universitas Indonesia.

Prior to joining Walalangi & Partners, he worked at one of Indonesia’s prominent law firms and one of the largest multinational telecommunication companies in Indonesia, where he involved in various capital market transactions, projects and infrastructure, banking and finance, and dispute resolution.

He has been assisting clients in the following project:

  • Counsel to Indonesia Investment Authority, the Indonesia’s sovereign wealth fund mandated to increase investment to support the Indonesian sustainable development on its successful post-acquisition reports relating to its acquisition of three Indonesian logistic parks located in Cikarang and Karawang. Through the acquisition, INA aims to construct and develop modern warehouses consisting of (i) three logistics real estate developments and (ii) warehouse with supporting office space. The project will support the Indonesian government’s plan to improve the growth of Indonesian logistics and modern warehouses to serve the current estimated warehouse market of approximately 29 million square meters for various businesses, especially those driven by e-commerce, 3PL (third-party logistics), and solid automotive industries.
  • Counsel to Mitsui & Co., Ltd, one of the world’s largest trading companies with a diversified portfolio that spans approximately in 63 countries, on its successful post-acquisition report of PT Pangan Lestari (Indonesian’s leading foodservice distributor) to the Indonesian Business Competition Supervisory Commission (Komisi Pengawasan Persaingan Usaha – KPPU).  Through the acquisition, Mitsui aims to improve PL’s distribution and cold-chain logistics by combining both parties’ collective expertise to significantly impact Indonesia’s food distribution and cold-chain logistic landscape and contribute to the country’s economic progression.