Executive Search Indonesia
Find the best-suited executives through executive search in Indonesia. Our team will work with you on defining and detailing the role and making sure you are fully aware of all Indonesian laws and norms as they relate to executive hires. We will recommend the best approach- a full time position or an interim position - depending on your industry, position and timeline. Browse below our database of Indonesian executives or contact one of our local recruiting experts about a specific search assignment that we can help you fill.
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Investment Laws in Indonesia
Foreign Direct Investment in Indonesia is regulated by Law 25/2007 (The Investment Law). Under the law, any form of Foreign Direct Investment in Indonesia must be in the form of a limited liability company, with the foreign investor holding shares in the company. In addition, the government outlines restrictions on FDI in presidential decree 39/2014, commonly referred to as the Negative List. The Negative List aims to consolidate FDI restrictions in certain sectors from numerous decrees and regulations to create greater certainty for foreign and domestic investors.
Judicial handling of investment disputes remains mixed. Indonesia’s legal code recognizes the right of parties to apply agreed upon rules of arbitration. Some arbitration but not all is handled by Indonesia’s domestic arbitration agency, the Indonesian National Arbitration Body.
Indonesia has undertaken various reforms to address structural weaknesses and improve competitiveness. Recent reform measures have put greater emphasis on improving regulatory efficiency, enhancing regional competitiveness, and creating a more vibrant private sector by modernizing the financial sector. In January 2015, the subsidy for gasoline was eliminated. Indonesia’s economic planning follows a 20-year development plan, spanning from 2005 to 2025. It is segmented into 5-year medium-term plans, called the RPJMN, each with different development priorities.