CNPLaw’s Partner, Mr Jimmy Yap was invited to be on the Singapore Business Federation panel of speakers and shared from a legal perspective, his thoughts on the Indonesian economy post COVID-19

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CNPLaw’s Partner, Mr Jimmy Yap was invited to be on the Singapore Business Federation panel of speakers and shared from a legal perspective, his thoughts on the Indonesian economy post COVID-19


Published date: 8 June 2020


Event Speaker: Jimmy Yap.




 

 

A webinar was recently hosted by the Singapore Business Federation on 5 June 2020. Mr Jimmy Yap and other expert speakers from Indonesia (Jakarta) and Singapore shared an overview and outlook of the Indonesia economy due to the COVID-19 crisis. This session provided Singapore businesses with key insights on a post COVID-19 Indonesia’s economy, opportunities and trends that Singapore companies should know when embarking into the new normal Indonesia market.  

 

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Image was taken from the Singapore Business Federation events page

 

 

CNPLaw’s Corporate Advisory Lawyer

Jimmy Yap is a Partner at CNPLaw LLP. His main areas of practice for non-contentious work are Indonesia related corporate and commercial matters – such as investment into Indonesia, mergers & acquisitions, joint ventures, and franchising & licensing. In addition, he also focuses on Singapore and Hong Kong IPO-related legal due diligence.

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For contentious matters, Jimmy’s primary focus is on Adjudication (Building and Construction) under the Security of Payment Act, and International Arbitration. He was cited by AsiaLaw Leading Lawyers 2008 as one of the legal experts in the Asia-Pacific region in the areas of Dispute Resolution, and Construction & Property.



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