Indonesia & SE Asia: 8th Annual International Arbitration & Corporate Crime Summit

  • Jakarta Local Time
     September 29, 2022
     9:40 am - 4:45 pm

This will be conducted in English and according to Jakarta local time. 

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We are very thrilled to be back in Jakarta this September for our Indonesia & SE Asia: 8th Annual International Arbitration & Corporate Crime Summit – ‘Through The Looking Glass’ on Thursday 29 September 2022  from 9:40am – 4:45pm

Join us to learn the changes and new trends that has affected business during and after the pandemic as well as looking through the looking glass into the near future on how Arbitration, competition law and corporate crime effects your business now and in the future. Hot presentations on construction, energy, investment, Cross-border disputes and more on Competition law mergers, investigations, Expert Witness and added regional legal updates given to you by our local and international experts who will joining us to share their invaluable knowledge & experience.

It’s a great opportunity to ask questions, grill the speakers, network and create business opportunities and maybe make some new friends!

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  • Welcome Message & Global Arbitration Update by Chairman
    Roderick Cordara QC, SC, Essex Court Chambers, London
  • BANI Welcome & Indonesian Arbitration Update
    Dr. Anangga W. Roosdiono, Chairman, BANI Arbitration Center
  • Energy Disputes — Response to the Global Crisis’s
    John Zadkovich, Partner, Penningtons Manches Cooper Singapore LLP
  • On Indonesia-Related Arbitrations Seated in Singapore
    • Arvin Lee, Partner, Wee Swee Teow LLP
    • Derric Yeoh, Partner and Head of International Arbitration and Litigation, Donaldson & Burkinshaw LLP
  • Singapore’s Current Insolvency Regime
    Boey Swee Siang, Partner, RPC
  • Enforcement of Arbitration Award in Government Construction / Infrastructure Project Disputes
    Narada Kumara, Managing Partner, Tamba & Kumara Law Offices
  • 1st Grand Panel: Managing Shareholder & Exit Disputes in Asia Pacific
    Moderator: John Rainbird, Counsel, Allen & Overy
    • Chris Mainwaring Taylor, Partner, Allen & Overy
    • Tony Budidjaja, Managing Partner, Budidjaja International Lawyers
    • Melati Siregar, Senior Partner, UMBRA
    • Dr. Anangga W. Roosdiono, Chairman, BANI Arbitration Center
  • 2nd Grand Panel: Updates in Enforcement of Arbitral Awards in The Current Climate – Indonesia & SE Asia
    Moderator: Anne Secomb, Independant Arbitrator

    • Jacky Darsono, Partner, RPC
    • Simon Barie Sasmoyo Adiwidagdo, Partner, Dispute Resolution Practice Group, Assegaf Hamzah & Partners
    • Prof. Dr. Frans H. Winarta, Managing Partner, Frans Winarta & Partners
  • Advising on Asset Tracing & Recovery with SE Asian Companies
    Anita Natalia, Senior Associate, Skrine
  • Corporate Crime: Managing Investigations & Whistleblowing
    Andi Kadir, Head of Dispute Resolution Practice, HHP Law Firm
  • 3rd Grand Panel — Competition Law: Dawn Raids, Compliance and Technology
    Moderator: Dennis Beling, Senior Vice President, Compass Lexecon

    • Farid Nasution, Co-Head, Competition & Antitrust Practice Group, Assegaf Hamzah & Partners
    • Ningrum Natasya Sirait, Universitas Sumatera Utara, Medan, Indonesia
    • Dyah Ayu Paramita, Associate Partner, HHP Law Firm


Roderick Cordara QC, SC, Conference Chairman
Essex Court Chambers, London
Roderick Cordara is a Leading Counsel (‘Silk’) in the UK and Australia and has an international practice, both in commercial and investor-state arbitration. He has substantial experience sitting as sole, chair and co-arbitrator internationally. He can appear before the Courts of the United Kingdom, the European Court of Justice, the Singapore International Commercial Court, and the State and Federal Courts of Australia. Roderick’s arbitration practice focuses in particular on disputes – both private law and treaty-based – relating to the oil & gas, power generation and renewables sectors, principally in Asia, UK offshore, and East and West Africa. He has acted in energy-related disputes (e.g. production sharing, or insurance-related) in relation to fields in Central Asia, India, Africa, the Far East, and UK Offshore. He has also great experience in shipping and ship construction disputes, involving shipyards from Asia to Europe, and vessels from super luxury yachts and warships, to bulk carriers.
John Rainbird, Moderator 1st Grand Panel
Counsel, Allen & Overy
John Rainbird is a Counsel in Allen & Overy’s international arbitration team, based in Tokyo. John helps clients solve problems and navigate complex commercial disputes across all business sectors, with a particular focus on energy & resources, infrastructure and technology. He has an active regional practice spanning Japan and Southeast Asia. Based in the region for more than a decade, John has represented clients in, among other things, joint venture disputes, shareholder disputes, high-value construction and engineering disputes, post- M&A warranty and tax indemnity claims and general contractual claims. He regularly provides strategic advice and coordination on complex multi-jurisdictional disputes.
Anne Secomb Moderator – 2nd Grand Panel
Independant Arbitrator
Anne is an independent arbitrator based in Singapore. She has fifteen years’ experience in the field of international arbitration. Since moving to Singapore in 2015, Anne has sat as arbitrator in cases under the SIAC, ICC and HKIAC Rules. Before moving to Singapore, Anne was Secretary to the ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR and counsel to the ICC Court of Arbitration in Paris. Prior to joining the ICC, Anne was an associate at Salans (now Dentons) in Paris, where she represented parties in administered as well as ad hoc arbitrations and acted as tribunal secretary in commercial and ICSID matters. Anne was also a visiting lecturer at Université Aix-Marseille III. Anne was educated in Germany and the US and is admitted to the Berlin and New York bars. She is trilingual in English, German and Spanish and speaks French fluently.
Dennis Beling, Moderator - 3rd Grand Panel
Senior Vice President, Compass Lexecon
Dennis Beling is a Senior Vice President with Compass Lexecon based in Singapore and Hong Kong. He has more than 17 years’ experience as a competition economist. Dennis has worked on a wide range of competition issues including cartel investigations, merger control, abuse of market power, market studies, applications for exemption from competition rules, and cartel damages. His work has covered various industries including high technology, financial services, construction, chemicals, energy, and transport. Dennis has significant experience advising on cases before the European Commission as well as national competition authorities and courts. Recently he has contributed economic analysis to a broad range of competition and policy issues in Hong Kong as Chief Economist of the SAR’s Competition Commission. A focus of Dennis’s practice is merger control and he has extensive experience in providing economic advice in the context of large multi-jurisdictional transactions. Dennis has a strong interest in empirical analysis and has experience in quantifying economic efficiencies both in merger cases (e.g. UPS/TNT) and applications for exemption from competition rules (e.g. in the context of airline alliances). Dennis was educated at the University of Hamburg and at the University of Sydney, where he obtained Master’s degrees in Economics. Dennis is fluent in English and German.
Dr. Anangga W. Roosdiono
Chairman, BANI Arbitration Center
Dr. Anangga W. Roosdiono, S.H., LL.M, FCBarb., FIIArb., is the Chairman of BANI Arbitration Center, Chairman of International Mediation and Arbitration Center (IMAC), Vice President of Asia Pacific Regional Arbitration Group and Vice Chairman the Indonesian Sports Arbitration Board (BAKI). He is listed arbitrator at the Asian International Arbitration Center (AIAC) and Thailand Arbitration Center (THAC), and a member of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). Dr. Anangga is the founder and Senior Partner of Roosdiono & Partners, He is member of the Association of Indonesian Capital Market Legal Consultants (HKHPM). He is also a member of ASEAN Business Advisory Council. Dr. Anangga lectures at the Business and Management School, Bandung Institute of Technology, Bandung, and at the Law School, University Pelita Harapan, Jakarta.
Arvin Lee
Partner, Wee Swee Teow LLP
Arvin Lee is a Partner of Wee Swee Teow LLP, a 110-year-old Singapore law firm. He is an Arbitrator of the Korean Commercial Arbitration Board, the Beijing Arbitration Commission, the Chinese Arbitration Association (International), and an Adjudicator of the Financial Institutions Dispute Resolution Centre (Singapore). He focuses on energy-related disputes (conventional and renewables). He has a track record of securing arbitral awards that have been enforced outside Singapore, such as in China of an SIAC award he successfully obtained for a Singapore-listed company for specific performance. Recent work includes acting as lead counsel in wind and solar disputes, and oil and gas hedging disputes, before the SIAC and the ICC; acting as co-lead counsel for a Pertamina subsidiary against a major European bank in relation to an LC dispute in excess of US$23m before the Singapore International Commercial Court; advising a third party funder in relation to a US$103m claim, and a private equity fund with an AUM in excess of US$500m on a 8-figure USD claim against a major international bank for various economic torts (including a novel one under Singapore law). He also regularly co-counsels with foreign lawyers on their Singapore-seated arbitrations and litigations. His varied publications include a piece in the Law Gazette published by the Law Society of Singapore, on how to maintain good and happy co-counsel relationships with foreign counsel. He has experience acting both for and against Indonesian entities in international arbitration, with amounts in dispute ranging from USD6 million through USD173 million. On the transactional side, he was personally instructed by Shanghai Decent Co. Ltd to be part of a transactional team to advise on a US$50 million private equity injection by the China ASEAN Fund into PT Sulawesi Mining Investama, an Indonesian company that holds Indonesia’s largest iron-nickel project and which was part-owned by the Shanghai Decent group. Arvin is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (UK) and the International Dispute Resolution Academy (HK). He holds a certificate in Hedging and Management of Energy Price Risk (2021) from the SMU Academy. He holds law degrees from Harvard (LL.M.) and the LSE (LL.B., Hons. 1st).
Derrick Yeoh
Partner and Head of International Arbitration and Litigation, Donaldson & Burkinshaw LLP
Derric is a Partner and the Head of International Arbitration and Litigation at Donaldson & Burkinshaw LLP, a 148 years old law firm in Singapore. He is an international arbitration lawyer with experience representing clients in investor-state, commercial, and sports arbitrations. He is experienced with arbitrations from both a common law and civil law perspective having worked at a leading Swiss law firm and a top United States firm prior to joining Donaldson & Burkinshaw LLP. He is also fully bilingual in English and Mandarin Chinese. Derric is very familiar with arbitrations administered under the following arbitral institution rules: SIAC, ICC, HKIAC, LCIA, AIAC, CIETAC, CAS, SCC, ICSID, and UNCITRAL. He has represented States, companies, and individuals in complex, multi-jurisdictional, and high value international arbitrations and litigations. His areas of expertise are in corporate commercial, banking, construction, energy, pharmaceutical, intellectual property, commodities, international trade, sports, insolvency, technology, cryptocurrency, and ESG disputes. Derric was also instructed counsel in BOK v BOL & BOM [2017] SGHC 316, which is the seminal case on the applicability of the doctrine of unconscionability in Singapore. Derric’s articles have been published in the Journal of International Arbitration, the Singapore Arbitration Journal, the Kluwer Arbitration Blog, and they are widely cited by other authors. He has also spoken at various international conferences (such as the IBA Annual Conference) with prominent speakers such as Lord Briggs of the United Kingdom Supreme Court, on a variety of topics including blockchain arbitration, investor-state arbitration arising from the Belt and Road Initiative, and legal profession wellness. Derric was formerly an elected Council Member of the Law Society of Singapore from 2020-2021 and is a member of the Young Lawyers Committee, International Relations Committee, and Civil Practice Committee. He is also the assistant editor of the Singapore Arbitration Journal and E-Sports Convenor of the Sports Committee.
Jacky Darsono
Partner, RPC
Jacky Darsono is a commercial disputes partner based in our Hong Kong office. He represents clients in court, arbitration and financial regulatory matters. He has advised and litigated cases before the Courts of Hong Kong, Singapore and England and Wales, with a substantial portion of those matters involving applications for urgent interim injunctive relief. He has also represented clients in arbitration proceedings, both institutional and ad hoc (Hong Kong, Singapore, China and Indonesia). He has dealt with a broad range of disputes including corporate, commercial, shareholder disputes, financial services, regulatory investigations, judicial review, professional negligence, product liability, crossborder contentious insolvency, fraud and asset recovery, defamation and shipping. Jacky is qualified as a solicitor in Hong Kong. In addition to English, he speaks fluent Cantonese, Mandarin, Bahasa Indonesia and Malay. Due to his background, Jacky has had extensive experience in advising clients from various jurisdictions and backgrounds and in particular offering support in respect of legal matters with Indonesian elements.
John Zadkovich
Partner, Penningtons Manches Cooper Singapore LLP
John advises on a range of energy, trade and finance matters, with particular expertise in international commercial arbitration, investigations and public international law. He has a strong legal and commercial understanding of the trade, energy (including oil and gas, mining/natural resources, renewables), infrastructure and finance sectors. John is experienced in working with most international arbitration rules and recognised institutions, including ICC, LCIA, SIAC, LMAA, HKIAC, CIETAC and UNCITRAL, and frequently appears as counsel before arbitral tribunals. He has also advised clients regarding regulatory and internal investigations and appeared as counsel before regulatory tribunals. John’s clients range from sovereign states, state owned entities, and multinational and domestic companies, to trading houses, private equity firms and family offices. He has more than 15 years of legal experience across Asia-Pacific, Europe and the Middle East, having previously worked at Australian, English and American law firms, including six years in Hong Kong.
Chris Mainwaring Taylor
Partner, Allen & Overy
Chris is a partner in our International Arbitration group, based in Singapore. He has extensive experience of acting as counsel and advocate in international commercial and construction arbitration proceedings under a variety of governing laws and rules. He has also represented clients in emergency arbitrations, arbitration-related court proceedings, mediations and adjudications. Prior to relocating to Singapore, Chris was a partner in A&O’s Paris office and before that led the firm’s Middle Eastern International Arbitration practice from 2012 – 2018, based in Dubai. Having started his A&O career in London more than 21 years ago, he has therefore worked in a number of world’s major arbitral hubs.
Swee Siang Boey
Partner, RPC
Boey Swee Siang heads the Dispute Resolution practice at Premier Law. He has around 25 years of experience advising and representing clients in high value commercial and corporate disputes, including complex multi-million dollar cross-border litigation and international arbitration cases. Swee Siang’s areas of expertise include contractual and tortious claims encompassing various practices such as construction, defamation, professional negligence and employment disputes. Swee Siang’s practice also encompasses insolvency and restructuring. He has acted as lead counsel in numerous cases before the High Court of Singapore and has also appeared before the Court of Appeal, which is the highest court in the jurisdiction. He has acted as counsel in numerous domestic as well as international arbitrations conducted under various institutional rules, such as the SIAC, ICC, LCIA and Swiss Rules of Arbitration. He has also been involved in ad hoc arbitration proceedings applying the UNCITRAL Rules. In 2014, Swee Siang received the International Law Office (ILO) Client Choice Award in the Arbitration category for Singapore and was recognised as an Acritas Star Lawyer in 2017.
Narada Kumara
Managing Partner, Tamba & Kumara Law Offices
Narada Kumara is the Managing Partner of Tamba & Kumara Law Offices (T&K). His practice areas include dispute resolution, restructuring and insolvency, construction, and banking and finance. Prior to establishing T&K, Narada was a partner and practice group head at one of leading law firms in Indonesia where he successfully led the dispute resolution and restructuring & insolvency practice groups. Narada has extensive experience in representing domestic and international clients in complex litigation before the Indonesian courts as well as domestic and international arbitration proceedings (including those under the SIAC, HKIAC, and BANI rules) and the subsequent enforcement process. Most of the disputes are related to mining and natural resources, commodities, shipping, healthcare and pharmaceuticals, insurance, construction, and real estate issues. To name a few, Narada had successfully assisted a South Korea civil engineering and contractor company as the award creditor in enforcing the BANI arbitration award against the Ministry of Public Works of the Republic of Indonesia such that the client obtained full payment as ordered under the award worth around IDR62 billion due to breach of construction contract for bypass expansion project in the Sumatera area. He also has positive track records in defending the arbitration award creditors in the opposition claim proceedings initiated by the award debtor to challenge / annul the award before the Indonesian courts. He also has represented both creditors and debtor companies in many insolvency and restructuring / suspension of payment (PKPU) proceedings and out-of-court restructuring process in Indonesia. Narada is also well experienced in assisting clients in the police investigation process and criminal defense proceedings.
Farid Nasution
Co-Head, Competition & Antitrust Practice Group, Assegaf Hamzah & Partners
Prior to joining AHP in 2016, Farid worked at the Indonesian Competition Commission (KPPU) for more than 7 years. He was the head of Prosecution Division and then the head of Merger and Acquisition sub-directorate. During his time at KPPU, he also led the drafting of the Indonesian Merger Regulation and the first KPPU Merger Guidelines. He then spent 5 years in another prominent law firm in Indonesia, specialising in anti-trust/competition, trade and general corporate. Since 2016, he is an Instructor of Competition and Trade Law class at the Indonesian Institute of Corporate Directorship. He was also a Competition Law Lecturer at Sahid University. Farid has acted for many prominent clients in merger filings, competition litigation, advisory and competition compliance. He has deep experience in many sectors, including telecommunication, pharmaceutical, automotive, motorcycle, energy and mining, oil and gas, banking and finance, insurance and public procurement.
Simon Barie Sasmoyo Adiwidagdo
Partner, Dispute Resolution Practice Group, Assegaf Hamzah & Partners
Simon focuses on arbitration particularly on investment, banking & construction areas. As a Fellow Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (FCIArb), he has appeared before major international & domestic arbitrations, representing state entities and investors. He argued before various tribunals under different rules including ad hoc UNCITRAL arbitration, International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC), London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), Indonesian National Board of Arbitration (BANI) and Court of Arbitration of Sport (CAS). He also acted as counsel before various judicial levels in Indonesia. Simon’s passion for the law is also demonstrated outside of the office through his pro bono and teachings.
Prof. Dr. Frans H. Winarta
Managing Partner, Frans Winarta & Partners
Frans is the Managing Partner of Frans Winarta & Partners and Chairman of the Arbitration and ADR Commission of ICC Indonesia. With more than 30 (thirty) years of experience as a counsel in the Dispute Resolution practice, which involves various clients from extensive business sectors, and a strong academic background, he has been numerously entrusted to act as presiding arbitrator, co-arbitrator and expert witness in a number of domestic and international arbitration proceedings under the SIAC, ICC, BANI, UNCITRAL and KLRCA Rules of Arbitration. Given his experience and participation in arbitration and litigation, a number of prestigious legal directories have rewarded him awards and recognitions. For the past few years, Prof. Winarta has been regularly recognized as a leading individual in Dispute Resolution in Indonesia's Jurisdiction by the Legal 500. In addition, he is also recognized as Indonesia’s Top 100 Lawyers in Asia Business Law Journal.
Anita Natalia
Senior Associate, Skrine
Anita is a commercial litigator and her work focuses on commercial litigation and arbitration. Her portfolio of dispute resolution work involves a wide variety of commercial and corporate disputes and litigation including domestic and international arbitrations. Anita has worked closely with clients from United Kingdom, United States, UAE, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Australia, Italy and Singapore in their cross-border disputes. She has appeared at all tiers of the Malaysian Courts. She acts for clients in various industries in a broad range of commercial disputes involving company law and shareholders’ disputes, joint venture disputes, minority oppression actions, construction, and insolvency matters. She also has a broad civil litigation experience in land law, reinsurance, securities, trusts and partnership disputes. She also has an active arbitration practice. Anita is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and a Fellow of the Malaysian Institute of Arbitrators. She is on the panel of arbitrators of the Asian International Arbitration Centre. Anita is also the Regional Ambassador for Malaysia and Member of HK45, Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre. She is also a panel member of Counsel acting for the Malaysian Bar Advocates & Solicitors Disciplinary Board.
Ningrum Natasya Sirait
Universitas Sumatera Utara, Medan, Indonesia
Prof.Sirait has been working as a lecturer at the Faculty of Law, University of North Sumatera in Medan, Indonesia since 1989. Prof. Sirait obtained her Master’s degree from University of Wisconsin in the US in 1996 where her major field of study was economic law. She completed her Doctoral degree in 2003 with Dissertation in Competition Law, a newly introduced subject to the Indonesian law school. Prior to the completion of the PhD degree in law, she received Fulbright Scholarship to the US for completing the PhD research. Prof.Sirait has been inaugurated with tenure professorship at the University of North Sumatera in Medan, Indonesia. Prof.Sirait teaches several subjects at both undergrad and graduate school of law level, such as Competition Law, Contract Law, Corporation Law, Consumer Protection. Prof.Sirait has written extensive article in the area of Competition Law and several books concerning the same subject. The articles published in both national and international journals. In 2007 and 2009 Prof.Sirait has been a visiting researcher and scholar in Max Planck Institute in Muenchen, Germany under DAAD scholarship. Prof.Sirait has given talks in various international seminars in Singapore (ASEAN), Hong Kong, Germany and Washington DC. At present, Prof.Sirait is holding a position as Head of PhD in Law Program at Faculty of Law Universitas Sumatera Utara.
Dyah Ayu Paramita
Associate Partner, HHP Law Firm
Dyah is an associate partner in the Merger & Acquisitions practice group, specializing in antitrust and competition as well as investigations, compliance and ethics matters. Prior joining HHP Law Firm she was working at one of top tier global law firms and handling antitrust and competition advisory, investigation, defence, litigation, as well as merger control. She is experienced in all antitrust and competition law spectrums (horizontal and vertical agreements, unilateral conducts, etc.). In addition, she has acted as counsel or co-counsel in international arbitration cases representing corporations from a wide array of industries, including oil and gas, construction, and manufacturing. She also represented multinational corporations in investigations conducted by the Police and other law enforcements (i.e., KPK or the Attorney General Office) on white-collar crime (esp. bribery and corruption, money laundering, environmental crime, and cybercrime)
Melati Siregar
Senior Partner, UMBRA
Andi Kadir
Head of Dispute Resolution Practice, HHP Law Firm
Andi is a Senior Partner and head of the Dispute Resolution Practice Group. He has represented multinational corporations and local companies in domestic and international arbitration, complex litigation proceedings, PKPU and bankruptcy/insolvency matters. Andi is a co-chairman of the arbitration and ADR commission of ICC Indonesia, and a court member of ICC International Court of Arbitration. He is also a registered arbitrator at Badan Arbitrase Nasional Indonesia (BANI). He has been called as an expert witness in ICC, SIAC, KCAB, Singapore courts and BVI courts giving opinions on various contractual issues (e.g., illegality of contracts, quantum of damages and force majeure) and Indonesian company law issues. Andi is recently recognized as Band 1 for Dispute Resolution by Chambers Asia Pacific (2019-2022), and listed as a Leading Individual for Dispute Resolution and Restructuring & Insolvency in the Legal 500 Asia Pacific (2021-2022).
Tony Budidjaja
Managing Partner, Budidjaja International Lawyers
Tony is an accredited mediator and arbitrator in Indonesia. Tony is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (FCIArb) and also a fellow of the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators (FSIArb) and the Asian Institute of Alternative Dispute Resolution (FAIADR). Tony sits on the panel of approved mediators and arbitrators of domestic and international dispute resolution institutions among others the Asian International Arbitration Center (AIAC), the Indonesian Commodities Arbitration Body (BAKTI), the Indonesia National Board of Arbitration (BANI), and the Con¬ict Resolution Unit (CRU) of the Indonesia Business Council for Sustainable Development (IBCSD). Recently, Tony has also been admitted as a member of Panel of Arbitrators at the Singapore Chamber for Maritime Arbitration (SCMA). In addition, Tony also acted as Foreign Representative and is allowed to practice in the Singapore International Commercial Court (SICC). Tony has more than 20 years’ standing as a legal counsel with extensive experience and expertise in commercial dispute resolution (both in Indonesia and overseas); Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring; Capital Markets; Environment, Energy, and Natural Resources; Insurance and Re-Insurance; Tax; Investigation and Compliance; Government A airs and Public Policy. Tony is also one of the few legal practitioners in Indonesia who is qualied as both capital market legal consultant and tax court attorney.

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