Expertise: cryptoassets

SSEK Partner Quoted in Article on Crypto Assets in Indonesia

SSEK Law Firm partner Winnie Yamashita Rolindrawan is quoted in a DealStreetAsia article on crypto assets in Indonesia. In the article, “As new regulations take shape, will Indonesian investors’ interest in crypto hold?,” Winnie talks about the regulation of crypto assets, including the regulatory sandbox, and the challenges and opportunities for crypto players. Winnie’s practice focuses SSEK Partner Quoted in Article on Crypto Assets in Indonesia

Cryptoassets and Blockchain – Indonesia

SSEK Law Firm partners Syahdan Z. Aziz and Winnie Yamashita Rolindrawan have contributed the Indonesia chapter to Lexology Getting the Deal Through Cryptoassets & Blockchain 2024. Cryptoassets & Blockchain 2024 provides local insights into the legal and regulatory framework; the use of cryptoassets for investment, financing, trading and payments; cryptocurrency mining; blockchain and other distributed Cryptoassets and Blockchain – Indonesia

SSEK Partner Winnie Yamashita Rolindrawan Named Leading Lawyer for Fintech & Blockchain

SSEK Law Firm partner Winnie Yamashita Rolindrawan is recognized as a leading practitioner in Indonesia for Fintech & Blockchain in Who’s Who Legal: Southeast Asia 2023. Winnie is one of only five lawyers in Indonesia recognized for Fintech & Blockchain and the only woman. Clients commend Winnie for her “ability to provide risk assessments alongside SSEK Partner Winnie Yamashita Rolindrawan Named Leading Lawyer for Fintech & Blockchain

Fintech – Indonesia

Lexology GTDT – Fintech 2024 This quick reference guide provides insight into fintech innovation and government/regulatory support; regulatory bodies and regulated activities; cross-border regulation; regulation of sales and marketing and of changes of control; financial crime; peer-to-peer and marketplace lending; artificial intelligence, distributed ledger technology and crypto-assets; data protection and cybersecurity; outsourcing and cloud computing; Fintech – Indonesia

Cryptoassets & Blockchain – Indonesia

Lexology Getting the Deal Through – Cryptoassets & Blockchain: Indonesia provides local insights into the legal and regulatory framework in Indonesia; use of cryptoassets for investment, financing, trading and payments; cryptocurrency mining; blockchain and other distributed ledger technologies; and recent trends. Legal framework for cryptoassets in Indonesia The crypto industry in Indonesia falls under the Cryptoassets & Blockchain – Indonesia

SSEK Contributes Indonesia Chapter to Cryptoassets & Blockchain Guide

SSEK partners Syahdan Z. Aziz and Winnie Yamashita Rolindrawan have contributed the Indonesia chapter to Lexology Getting the Deal Through – Cryptoassets & Blockchain 2023, published by Law Business Research. Cryptoassets & Blockchain is a quick reference guide enabling side-by-side comparison of local insights, including into the legal and regulatory framework; use of cryptoassets for investment, SSEK Contributes Indonesia Chapter to Cryptoassets & Blockchain Guide

Indonesia Issues Regulation Clearing Way for Trading of 229 Cryptoassets

Indonesia’s Commodity Futures Trading Supervisory Body (Badan Pengawas Perdagangan Berjangka Komoditi or “Bappebti”) has issued the long-awaited list of cryptoassets that can be traded in Indonesia. This list of approved cryptoassets is contained in Bappebti Regulation No. 7 of 2020 regarding the Stipulation of the List of Cryptoassets that Are Allowed to Be Traded in Indonesia Issues Regulation Clearing Way for Trading of 229 Cryptoassets

Fintech in Indonesia: Weighing the Future

SSEK’s Rusmaini Lenggogeni contributed an article to the International Financial Law Review’s special supplement on cryptocurrency regulation around the world. SSEK looks at Indonesia’s clampdown on virtual currencies and the future potential of blockchain. You can find the article here. International Financial Law Review (IFLR) is a market-leading financial law publication.