Setyaning Kartika Rini

Associate

Ms. Setyaning Kartika Rini is a talented Indonesian-certified lawyer specializing in litigation and dispute resolution supported with vast experience and knowledge in financing, merger and acquisition, debt and corporate restructuring. She comes with almost a decade of experience in handling multi-million dollar cases for national and international corporations as well as Indonesian state-owned companies. She read law at Universitas Indonesia and is admitted to the Indonesian bar.

Prior to joining Walalangi & Partners, Ms. Setyaning Kartika Rini worked as an associate in other prominent law firms in Jakarta where she handled several high-profile national and international clients in court and national arbitration trials, criminal complaints, as well as out-off court alternative dispute resolution related to commercial disputes, bankruptcy, suspension of debt payment obligation (Penundaan Kewajiban Pembayaran Utang – PKPU), and criminal complaint or police report. With her diverse educational background and experiences, she was also entrusted to handle various prestigious  M&A transactions and debt and corporate restructuring.

Ms. Setyaning Kartika Rini is a member of the Indonesian Advocates Association (PERADI) and had passed the tax consultant certification (brevet A and B).

During her years of practice, she has successfully assisted clients in the following notable works:

  • Representing a Singaporean investment company in multi-million dollar claim submission and debt restructuring in suspension of debt payment obligation (Penundaan Kewajiban Pembayaran Utang – PKPU) and bankruptcy proceeding of one of the biggest Indonesian paper manufacturing companies  at the Commercial Court of Surabaya.
  • Representing an Indonesian subsidiary of a foreign  finance and leasing company in recovering its financing losses through filing bankruptcy and/or suspension of debt payment obligation (Penundaan Kewajiban Pembayaran Utang – PKPU) petition against its numerous non-cooperative debtors, including handling civil claims countermeasure brought up by the debtors.
  • Representing an Indonesian state-owned plantation company in multi-million dollar construction dispute before Indonesian National Arbitration Board (Badan Arbitrase Nasional Indonesia – BANI).
  • Representing an Indonesian subsidiary of a European multinational conglomerate corporation in defending the validity of the arbitration award rendered by Indonesian National Arbitration Board (Badan Arbitrase Nasional Indonesia – BANI) contested by the counterparty at the District Court of Palembang.
  • Counsel to an Indonesian construction company in amicably resolving a construction dispute against an Indonesian subsidiary of an Asia trading company.
  • Counsel to and advise an Indonesian subsidiary of an Asia’s national petroleum corporation as the reported party in a criminal complaint with regards to a construction dispute filed at the Indonesian Criminal Investigation Agency (Badan Reserse Kriminal – Bareskrim).
  • Counsel to and advise a subsidiary of Indonesian state-owned mining company in an acquisition of a joint venture company pioneering alumina industry in Indonesia, including its project finance facility to fund a large development plan of alumina-based industries in Indonesia.
  • Counsel to an ASEAN bank in the assignment and novation of the first cross-border Islamic financing in Indonesia and granting additional Sharia facility to a reputable plantation company managing thousands of hectares of oil palm plantation in East and Central Kalimantan.