For the 2nd Summit Series, which begins on 13 October 2023 and continues through November 2023, features a variety of 1-day and half-day events that assembles speakers from the field of corporate governance, law, HR and regulatory, and addresses the specific challenges facing the workplace today.
All sessions will be hosted live online with a chance for you to ask questions to and share ideas with our speakers. We very much hope you will be able to join us during these weeks!
Linna Simamora is a Partner at Hanafiah Ponggawa & Partners (Dentons HPRP) and is the head of the Employment & Litigation and the Intellectual Property practices in Dentons HPRP.
Linna holds a Bachelor of Law degree from Universitas Indonesia and Master's degree in law from National University of Singapore (NUS). Linna is very experienced in employment matters and litigation practice and has provides comprehensive legal work and advise in various sectors such as airlines, consumer goods, entertainment, IT, mining, plantations, pharmaceuticals, and telecommunications, as well as non-court related cases assisting Indonesian and foreign individuals and entities in enforcing their rights and/or protecting their interests.
Linna has been received awards and accolades for her excellent works. The most recent, she has listed as a "Asialaw Recommended Individual" in Asialaw Profile 2016 edition.
Mika Isac Kriyasa is a Partner at Hanafiah Ponggawa & Partners (Dentons HPRP). Mika holds a Bachelor of Law degree from University of Indonesia and obtained his master's degree from Universitas Pelita Harapan (UPH), majoring in Master of Law in Trade, Investment, and Competition Law and Policy.
With his extensive knowledge and experience in Data Privacy, Banking & Finance, General Corporate and Investment as well as in technology, media, and telecommunications (TMT).
Mika has been received awards and accolades for his excellent works. The most recent, has has been listed as "Asia Super 50 TMT Lawyers 2023 by ALB (Asian Legal Business)".
Timothy Joseph Inkiriwang is a Partner at Hanafiah Ponggawa & Partners (Dentons HPRP) and Timothy holds a Bachelor of Law from, Universitas Pelita Harapan, Karawaci, Indonesia.
Timothy is an experienced litigator and has an expertise in has expertise in International Trade practice and he has represented clients both in criminal and civil cases.
Asrulna'im is a Senior Superintendent at Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission of Kuala Lumpur (MACC). He joined MACC in 2015 and he is currently a certified training professional.
He has extensive experience in conducting investigations, inspections and assessments under the MACC Act 2009. Asrulna'im has received an excellent service award for his excellent works in 2021. Asrulna'im holds a Bachelor of Legal Studies (Hons) from Universiti Teknologi Mara.
Samantha is a Fellow Member and Chartered Governance Professional of the Malaysian Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (MAICSA) and has over 20 years of experience in corporate secretarial work. Samantha has provided extensive in-house training for directors of public listed companies ("PLCs") and is a regular speaker for seminars organised by MAICSA, Companies Commission of Malaysia, Malaysian Institute of Accountants, Malaysian Investor Relations Association (MIRA), Securities Industry Development Corporation, Bursa Malaysia and other professional bodies / organisations. She has extensive experience in corporate secretarial requirements and provides advisory services including due diligence reviews for corporate restructuring and related services such as IPOs, virtual meeting management, governance related advisory including Board assessment to clients of PLCs, liquidation and preparation of circulars for submission to Bursa Malaysia.
Tina has extensive global experience in developing and executing corporate and business unit level strategies, in carbon-intensive industries including oil and gas, infrastructure, power, engineering, and construction. Recently, she has focused on energy transition, net-zero strategies, diversification to renewables, reducing carbon emissions through operational effectiveness, green procurement solutions, and ESG initiatives including regulatory and reporting requirements set by GRI, TCFD, SASB, SDGs etc. She has been associated with the UK government research body on energy transition, UK's commitment to achieving net-zero targets and facilitating social change through infrastructural developments. She has also published papers and presented in international seminars on related topics. She has completed her B.Tech in Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology(IIT), Delhi, PGDip in Econometrics from London School of Economics (LSE) and MBA from London Business School (LBS), London.
Investing in Indonesia after the Enactment of the Omnibus Law
The Job Creation Omnibus Bill was enacted by the President of the Republic of Indonesia as Law No. 11 of 2020 concerning Job Creation on 3 November 2020 (the "Job Creation Act" or more famously known as the "Omnibus Law"). was formed by upholding the goal of advancing Indonesia, in which the primary purposes are to boost national economic growth by increasing investment, easing of doing business in Indonesia, and enlarging the job opportunities of Indonesian workers. In this event, Maurice will be sharing the large impact of the Omnibus Law in relation to investing in Indonesia; including about rearrangement of business licensing authorities between the Central and Regional governments, the Risk-Based OSS System, and the Positive Investment List.
Laws of Financing in Indonesia
Economic growth and development in Indonesia are encouraging continuous business development. Along with the development of businesses, the interest in financing in Indonesia nowadays, whether from banks or other institutions, is still be the main alternative, especially for corporate business actors. In the financing process, securities have a very important function to secure the repayment. In this event Fabiola will be speaking about the types of security that are commonly required in the provision of financing and how to foreclose on the securities.
Indonesian Labour Law
When it comes to industrial relationship between the employer and employees, people often tend to focus more on the termination issues and the compensation package that the employees would receive and the employer to pay and often forget to discuss on how importance the role of the employees in helping the company to have a smooth operation, generate income, have its business expanding or simply to keep running especially in this pandemic situation. And in order to ensure that each role is at its optimum function, to each role is given list of obligations and responsibilities. With this opportunity, Linna will share the obligations of employees in general and some obligations that may sound new to the employees.
Port and Shipping Business in Indonesia
Nearly 85% of palm oil is produced in just two countries - Indonesia and Malaysia. In 2019, Indonesia produced 42.5 million tons, 58% of global production, while 19 million tons came from Malaysia - 26% of the global supply. The prospect of the CPO (Crude Palm Oil) market in the future looks very bright for both domestic and export. One of the important parts in the palm oil business is product transportation, especially transportation by ship considering Indonesia's geographical conditions. Michael Kaihatu will share information and knowledge about the legal aspects of Indonesian ports and shipping related to the palm oil business and the current legal issues.
Integrated Management Systems - Iso 14001:2015 (Ems) And Iso 45001:2018 (Ohsms) Refresher
The Environmental, Occupational, Health and Safety Management System (EMS and OSH) awareness program provides information about the key improvements in the EMS and OSH processes based on the ISO standard (ISO14001 and ISO45001). On top of that, the trainer will also share the EMS and OSH related legislative framework, organization's activities, products, and services, associated with OSH hazards and risks and will guide the participant in how to identify and manage their significant EMS and OSH hazards and risks by implementing an EMS and OSH management system.
Taxability of Benefits-in-kind
This technical discussion with regards to Benefits in Kind will allow participants to understand the Inland Revenue Board's tax treatment on the various benefits in kind received by employees. Examples of the tax treatment will be elaborated.