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The firm

The demand for enhancing the value and quality of legal services in Indonesia has been the guiding force in the founding of Siregar & Djojonegoro law firm in Indonesia. The firm believes that legal services should be conducted with absolute perfection throughout. This can only be done through thorough understanding of the legal aspects together with a perfect knowledge of the commercial and business environment and practices and the client’s background and concerns.

Siregar & Djojonegoro endeavours to consistently produce high-level legal analysis involving perfect legal drafting and legal advice. The experience, track record and personality of the founders enable Siregar & Djojonegoro to provide high-quality communications to its clients, proven negotiating skills and the ability to interpret the client’s concern to achieve a smooth transaction process in accordance with the established goals. Furthermore, Siregar & Djojonegoro is registered as a capital markets law firm with the Indonesian Financial Authority Services (Otoritas Jasa Keuangan).

The Indonesian Law Awards 2016 as arranged by Asian Legal Business (ALB) nominated Siregar & Djojonegoro in the top four finalists of banking and financial services law firm of the year, top six finalists of project, energy and infrastructure law firm of the year and top five finalist of boutique law firm of the year competing with the large, prominent and long-established law firms in Indonesia. Zippora Siregar, the managing partner of Siregar & Djojonegoro, was also nominated as one of the top six finalists of womens lawyer of the year competing with the other prominent womens lawyers in Indonesia.

Members of Siregar & Djojonegoro have extensive and successful experience in assisting corporate CEOs and board members, as well as their stakeholders, in analysing legal issues and contributing to important corporate decision-making while also providing advice on good governance aspects.

Finally Siregar & Djojonegoro assures a quick and positive response, close constructive relationships with clients and full involvement of the partners in handling the case.

Areas of practice

The firm is specialised in banking and corporate finance, project finance, acquisition finance, infrastructure projects, construction, restructuring and insolvency, corporate and commercial, mergers and acquisitions, venture capital and start-ups, financial technology, projects and energy (mining, oil and gas and renewable energy), real estate/property/hotel, capital markets, corporate governance, commercial litigation, alternative dispute resolution and private client.

LanguagesBahasa Indonesia

Number of lawyers 15

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