Profile and Expertise
Muhammad Luqman is a Legal Counsel at DKNS Lawyers. He studied law at the Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia majoring in Business Law and obtained his Bachelor of Laws (S.H.) degree in 2016. During his time in law school, he participated as a delegate in Harvard Project for Asian and International
Relation (HPAIR) in Tokyo and delegate in International Youth Leadership Conference (IYLC) in Prague.
He has been involved in advising and assisting both local and multinational clients in investing and expanding their business in Indonesia. He also been involved in assisting multinational company in the regulatory compliance for transfer of funds business and other various transactions as well.
His area of work covers investment, entity establishment, licensing, business compliance,
business agreements drafting, corporate dispute resolution, regulatory study,
project infrastructure, and M&A
Corporate & M&A
・Representing a subsidiary of major Indonesian State-Owned Enterprise in its proposed acquisition of a telecommunication business company (ongoing).
・Assisting and advising an information and technology Singaporean company in expanding their business in Indonesia (2018).
・Representing a subsidiary of major Indonesian State-Owned Enterprise in its proposed acquisition of a telecommunication tower business company (2017).
・Representing a Japanese company in its proposed acquisition of a rising information and technology, and digital marketing company (2017).
Project & Infrastructure
・Representing a major Chinese company in developing a waste-to-energy power plant project located at Sidoarjo, East Java, Indonesia (2017).
・Assisting a major Indonesian State-Owned Enterprise as a contractor in a high speed railway train project (2017).
・Assisting the Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs of Indonesia in the Study on Development of Housing for Low Income Society (2017).
・Assisting the Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs of Indonesia in the Study on Alternative Financing Scheme for Infrastructure Project (2016).