Yuki Nur Palupi Tresnaningtyas graduated cum laude from Universitas Gadjah Mada. During her years at the university, she was actively involved in various organizations, among others, EPIC (Empowering Perspective of International Commerce) initiated by the Centre for World Trade Studies Universitas Gadjah Mada, where she was elected as head of the research and development department. In her sophomore years, she had the privilege of working as a researcher alongside respectable professors for several projects.
Prior to joining Walalangi & Partners, she worked at one of Indonesia’s leading law firms for almost two years, where she was actively involved in assisting the Government of Indonesia (the Ministry of Finance, the National Procurement Committee, and the Committee for Acceleration of Priority Infrastructure Delivery) in the preparation of infrastructure regulatory frameworks and in the development of Public-Private Partnership pilot projects, such as hospital development, international airport development and waste-to-energy projects.
- 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.
- Counsel to one of the leading logistics companies in Japan, in the restructuring of its Indonesian subsidiaries to maximize the synergy effects within its group and to optimize its position in Indonesian market. The Client provides services both domestically and globally and is listed as a large-sized company on the First Section of the Tokyo Exchange. As of 2020, it operates through its 325 offices in Japan and 436 offices in 29 countries across the Americas, Europe, East Asia, and the Asia-Pacific region.
- Counsel to one of the biggest leasing and financing companies in the world, on its merger control preparation and submission to Indonesia Business Competition Supervisory Commission in relation to its merger with a Japan-based company engaged in leasing and financing services business in Japan and overseas. Through the merger, they aim to build and maximize an ideal and mutual complementary relationship to establish an extensive, comprehensive and highly competitive line-up of businesses, and achieve diversification in their respective portfolios, including business domains and geographical areas.