Foreign Company Registration

Our Full-fledged services  As a Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Registered Consultant or foreign investment Registered Agent in Indonesia, we are  provide Company Registration in Indonesia, FDI services include : set up new company in Indonesia pursuant to Indonesian Company Law (Undang-Undang No 20 / 2007), Indonesia Investment Law (Undang-Undang No 25/2007) and Investment Negative List Regulation in Indonesia (Peraturan Pemerintah No 36/2010 and its amendments), Representative Office or KPPA, working Visa / permit and stay permit or KITAS, business permit, importer permit and others. assists the clients, both foreign individuals and companies, who will invest in Indonesia, both direct and indirect capital investments. will provide legal consultancy and strategies in the sectors which are opened for foreign investors; also assists the investors in obtaining Foreign Direct Investment (PMA) permits, API, Business Permit from the Capital Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) and permits from other related institutions connected with foreign capital investments, including the expansion of line of businesses. also assists the clients in the framework of investments in Indonesia, such as in the establishment of Representative Offices, joint venture, franchise, agencies, distributors, etc.

Company Regiatration (PT. PMA)

Establish and Register your liability company in Indonesia (PT. PMA or foreign investment company), availabe 100% owned by foreigner for several business. Our services including all foreign investment permits, articles of incorporation of the company, government registrations, local licensing, tax numbers and other relevant permits.

Representative Office

Kantor Perwakilan Perusahaan Asing (KPPA). If you are not ready to register your liability company in Indonesia. You may register your company as Representative office in Indonesia for your marketing or research perusal only.

Indirect Foreign Investment

Investor can Acquisitive  a local company and change status to Foreign Company.
We also provide other services such as Permanent Business Licenses, Importir Permit, Custom Permit, building permit, environment analysis impact (UKL UPL), Building Construction Permit, etc.

The Office of the Coordinating Economic Minister has revived a discussion about relaxing the negative investment list (DNI) following a recent speech in which President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo stressed the need to attract more investment to the country.

The list restricts or limits foreign investment in certain business sectors.

Coordinating Economic Minister Darmin Nasution held a meeting with Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) chairman Thomas Lembong, Communication and Information Minister Rudiantara and other officials on Wednesday to discuss the revision.

Darmin said the draft of the DNI regulation, which would revise the current list stipulated in Presidential Regulation (Perpres) 44/2016, was being finalized and would soon be presented to Jokowi.

“[We] want to finalize the regulation and then present it to the President,” Darmin said after the meeting in Jakarta.

The revision of Perpres 44/2016, primarily aimed at opening up more business sectors for foreign investment, is one of the key points in the government’s 16th economic policy package announced in November.

The government has expressed plans to open up 49 economic sectors by allowing foreigners to hold larger stakes or freeing investors from the obligation to obtain recommendation letters from relevant ministries.

This measure would also take into account demand from several business associations, including the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin), to maintain investment restrictions for some sectors out of concern that liberalizing them would hurt local small and medium enterprises (SMEs).

The DNI regulation was initially supposed to be revised shortly after the announcement of the economic policy package, but the move was postponed as Indonesia was preparing to hold presidential and legislative elections in April.

A regulation to relax the DNI is the last piece of legislation yet to be issued by the government in accordance with the 16th economic policy package. The government has already issued regulations pertaining other policies outlined in the package, namely the expansion of tax incentives and requirements for certain commodity exporters to store their export earnings in domestic banks.