Anti-Corruption Compliance Considerations for Charitable Donations and Political Contributions in Indonesia

Anti-Corruption Compliance Considerations for Charitable Donations and Political Contributions in Indonesia

Thursday, 13 January 2022 | 1:00 PM ET (6:00 PM GMT)

For any organization looking to do business in Indonesia, it is important to understand the Indonesian Anti-Corruption law and how to properly combat corruption as the country continues to develop and evolve. During this webinar, our experts will address the following best practices to ensure that any multinational company can work ethically and efficiently within Indonesia.


  • What constitutes bribery in Indonesia and what are the consequences for violation of Indonesia’s laws
  • What, if any, regulations are currently on gifts, travel, hospitality and charitable/political contributions
  • Any advice for international organizations coming into Indonesia for the first time, based on recent trends
  • General changes in recent years regarding corruption and the attitude toward corruption within the country; and
  • Suggestions for ensuring that multinational organizations utilize the highest standards in their interactions with government and political officials.



Rahayu  Ningsih Hoed

Makarim & Taira S.

Rahayu Ningsih Hoed has been with Makarim & Taira S. for more than 30 years rendering her the most senior partner at the firm. She has extensive experience in almost every aspect of legal practice due to her background as journalist and paralegal and is a widely recognized authority on corporate and M&A transactions, arbitration, employment, and project financing. Praise for Yayuk’s advice from clients include: “incredible, extremely well-considered advice”, “ensuring that deals always involve remarkable levels of risk management.” 


Rahayu has represented many major multinationals companies such as Sumitomo Corporation, Halliburton, Marubeni Corporation, Shell, GAP Inc, Kellog Brown & Root and more. Her achievements include project financing for the 1,320MW large capacity Tanjung Jati B power plant and its expansions, major land acquisitions for infrastructure and mining projects, and highly sensitive mass terminations of employees. Her expertise is recognized in major International legal directories such as Chambers and Partners Global as Highly Ranked and Recommended Lawyer for Projects & Energy, Chambers and Partners Asia-Pacific as Highly Ranked and Recommended Lawyer for Dispute Resolutions and Real Estate. She is also recognized as Elite Practitioner in Project Development, Project Finance, and M&A by IFLR1000 and Litigation Star by Benchmark Litigation. Asialaw has also ranked her Elite Practitioner in Corporate and M&A. She has also been ranked as Leading Individual in Corporate M&A, Projects & Energy, Employment and Real Estate and awarded the highest award, a Hall of Fame for Projects & Energy by the Legal 500 Asia-Pacific. 

Harris Toengkagie

Senior Associate
Makarim & Taira S.

Harris Toengkagie: is a Senior Associate in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution group and has been involved in various complex litigation cases. He has extensive experience in Employment, Real Estate and Competition Law. 


He has represented prominent clients in various litigation cases, including in commercial civil cases, state administrative disputes, land issues, class actions, general election disputes and the enforcement of foreign arbitral awards. These include representing a power plant company in the state administrative court related to its licenses. He has also been involved in various employment cases, including several mass termination cases (one of which affected more than 500 employees), industrial relation disputes in Industrial Relation Courts, and has assisted some clients in an internal investigation related to a potential violation of the company’s code of conduct and policy. In the Real Estate sector, he has been involved in various land acquisitions, including a major land acquisitions project for an area of approximately 85 hectares for infrastructure projects. In the Competition Law sector, he has been involved in various competition cases, including a case related to the shareholdings of two major Indonesian telecommunications service providers brought by the Indonesian Business Competition Board. 


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