Raissa Richka Jonah

Associate

Ms. Raissa Richka Jonah is a talented and promising young lawyer. She graduated in 2020 from the Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia, majoring in Private Law, with the highest GPA. Due to her remarkable achievements, she was named “Outstanding Student” of the class.

During her years at Universitas Indonesia, Raissa Richka Jonah participated in various student associations and social activities in which she showed her excellent leadership, including in AIESEC Universitas Indonesia and Universitas Indonesia Legal Clinic. As part of her undergraduate studies, she also attended a student exchange program at Universiti Malaya, Malaysia, in 2019, where she gained tremendous legal knowledge and organization skills.

Since joining Walalangi & Partners, Raissa Richka Jonah has been involved in various M&A and foreign direct investment) transactions as well as general corporate matters.

  • Counsel to one of world’s leading manufacturers of automotive and motorcycle batteries, on the restructuring and expansion of its Indonesian subsidiary’s automobiles lead-acid batteries distribution business, which aim to maximize the synergy effects and its position in Indonesian market. The expansion would allow the Client to strengthen its supply chain for fuel-efficient and eco-friendly technologies for cars and motorcycles.
  • 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.
  • Advising a leading Japanese video game developer and publisher listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange (CCOEF) with headquarter in Osaka, on Indonesian regulatory matters relating to progressive business model development plan, including online games offerings, digital currency and payments, loot box features, business and games rating registration requirements, consumer protection, and personal data privacy rules.