The evolving system of commercial law in Indonesia today needs adroit, alert and intelligent practitioners, to stay abreast of the adjustments and upgrade of the legal system. Lawyers and other legal experts must know how to operate in this developing nation with a young and ambitious working population. As an emerging economy with tremendous untapped human and natural resources, Indonesia offers satisfying rewards for enterprises and inventions. Along with good timing and hard work the lawyers of GAP embody their experience and practical knowledge, which they share on a case-by-case basis.

Genio Atyanto Nasoetion&Atyanto

Genio Atyanto majored in Business Law in the Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia, which awarded him a Master of Law in 2003. He had also secured a Bachelor of Economics in 1999, majoring in Financial Management, and a Bachelor of Law from the same university in the same year.

In addition, he belongs to the Indonesian Advocates Association, and is a Registered Legal Consultant with the Financial Services Authority, or OJK (ex-BAPEPAM-LK). He is also a member of the Indonesia Capital Market Legal Consultants Association.

Genio has worked with Indonesian legal firms allied to major U.S.A. and U.K.-based ‘magic circle’ legal firms, handling major corporate accounts. He has experience in various capital market transactions, mergers & acquisitions, banking and general corporate commercial work. His expertise is acknowledged in structuring transactions, providing legal advice, expert drafting and negotiating transaction documents, preparing prospectuses or offering memoranda for securities offers, and organizing information for shareholders, in the framework of material transactions or conflict of interest transactions, along with manifold other matters relating to initial public offerings (IPOs), rights issues, bond issuances and other corporate actions as conducted by public or private companies.