Capital Market, Banking and Finance
HHR Lawyers and our Capital Markets, Banking and Finance Practice Group ("CMBF PG") represents issuers, underwriters and investors in a variety of securities transactions in Indonesia and offshore listings of a parent company of the Indonesian company subsidiary company in offshore stock exchanges. Our clients include domestic and international companies in a range of industries. In Banking and Finance matters, HHR Lawyers has represented various Indonesian and international commercial banks, financial institutions, other financial services firms and debtors in relation to the banking & finance matters. CMBF PG is supported by professional and licensed lawyers with extensive knowledge and expertise. HHR Lawyers has extensive and significant experience in relation to the following capital market transactions:
advising on the Indonesian capital market laws and the regulations;
initial public offerings and follow-on offerings (including rights issue transactions);
bond offerings transactions (including convertible bond);
M&A of public listed companies;
mandatory and voluntary tender offers transactions;
debt and equity restructuring of public listed companies;
implication of Rule 144A/Regulation S offerings of debt, equity and convertible or derivative securities in Indonesian offerings;
stock exchange listing compliance and disclosure matters.
In banking and finance matters, our CMBF PG navigates clients in a full range and complex regulatory and other legal requirements impacting their banking & finance transactions. The CMBF PG regularly assist clients with: (i) bilateral, club-deal and syndicated loan transactions, (ii) security rights and documents, and their enforcements in Indonesia, (iii) loan and security documents restructuring transactions, (iv) regulatory compliance, (v) advising clients on the effect of Indonesian banking laws and regulations on financial transactions, (vi) leasing, factoring, venture capital, investment fund and structured finance transactions, (vii) issues in structuring of the financial institutions' operation, and (viii) private equity funds, hedge funds and investment management firms' transactions.
CMBF PG Leaders: