Doing Business in Indonesia – Legal & Risk Insights
BEI has partnered with the Law Society and BritCham Indonesia to welcome a panel to walk members through the complexities of operating in Indonesia, providing insight into the world’s 16th largest economy and an increasingly easy place to conduct business.
BEI is delighted to partner with the Law Society of England and Wales and BritCham Indonesia to bring members the latest insight in the Indonesian legal sector and mapping the business risks in one of South East Asia’s largest economies. Indonesia is the largest economy in the ASEAN Union and is increasingly considered to be an easy place to conduct business. Having placed 129th in 2011 on the Ease of Doing Business ratings, the country has steadily climbed to a projected 65th place in 2021. To offer members more clarity on the Indonesian economy and the legal processes around exporting, an expert panel has been put together to cover all the information necessary to successfully navigate the legal and business risks.
The Law Society of England and Wales provides practical support, training, information and advice to law firms and legal professionals working abroad, or exploring international opportunities. They have developed a wealth of experience in supporting the legal sector all around the globe, promoting English legal services and the rule of law. This event will provide members with a unique insight into the export of professional legal services in Indonesia.
In addition to the LawSociety, there will also be a focus on the business regulatory framework and risks with the British Chambers of Commerce in Indonesia and GovRisk also taking part in the panel. Both have gained a significant amount of experience in conducting business in Indonesia, offering their support and knowledge to any business looking to begin exporting. Together this expert panel will deliver the latest information to help members bypass some of the challenges and complexities of operating in Indonesia.