Guide to Corporate Governance in Indonesia

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Guide to Corporate Governance in Indonesia
2 September 2020

SSEK partner Winnie Y. Rolindrawan and SSEK associate Mutiara Kasih Ramadhani have contributed the Indonesia chapter to the Lexology GTDT Corporate Governance 2020 global guide.

The corporate governance guide summarizes the pertinent aspects of company law and corporate governance practices. It touches on, among other topics, sources of governance rules and practice, government agencies and shareholder activist groups, rights of shareholders, voting rights and requirements, shareholders’ duties and liability, anti-takeover devices, restricted stocks and corporate control, compulsory share repurchase rules, board structures, legal duties of the board, executive and non-executive directors, enforcement actions against directors, standards of care and prudence, remuneration, and disclosure and reporting requirements.

You can find the Indonesia chapter of the Lexology GTDT Corporate Governance 2020 global guide here.

About SSEK

SSEK Legal Consultants is a leading full-service corporate and commercial law firm based in Jakarta, Indonesia. Since its founding in 1992, SSEK has grown to one of the largest and most highly regarded corporate law firms in Indonesia. SSEK is recognized by independent legal directories including Chambers & Partners, The Legal 500 and Asia Law as a leading law firm in Indonesia across all major practice areas including banking and finance, capital markets, corporate law and mergers and acquisitions, construction and real estates, energy and natural resources, labor and employment, project finance, restructuring and insolvency, shipping, and technology, media and telecommunications. SSEK has been named the Indonesian Law Firm of the Year on multiple occasions.

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