How to Form a Company in Indonesia

Multinational companies looking to expand to Asia should consider Indonesia. It is emerging as a favorite amongst savvy entrepreneurs looking for an entry point into this bustling region. Not only is it the largest economy in Southeast Asia, but Indonesia has made real progress in reducing barriers to entry for foreign business. Foreign nations can now buy land and property in the country, for example.

Indonesia sports a GDP of around US$1.016 trillion and is home to one of the fastest-growing middle classes in the world. Indonesia’s economy is growing steadily, businesses and investors can find attractive, largely underexplored opportunities to do business in the country.

As with any country, Indonesia sets clear procedures and requirements for businesses looking to incorporate. It is wise to seek the advice of a local legal expert to support you through the company formation process. Failure to comply with local corporate regulations and obligations can result in undesirable delays in the company formation process, or even financial penalties and other sanctions.

To support businesses in understanding their options and obligations for company formation in Indonesia, our team of legal professionals have prepared the following presentation outlining key details. For further personalized advice and support, reach out to our team of specialists to receive a quote customized to your business needs.

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