Alliott Global Alliance (formerly ‘Alliott Group’), the international alliance of law and accounting firms, has continued its recent expansion in the Asia Pacific region by appointing leading full-service law firm Azwar Hadisupani Rum & Partners (AHRP) Counsellors at Law as its sole representative member firm in Indonesia as of 1st January 2021.
The appointment gives the alliance a dual presence in Jakarta, alongside accounting firm Kantor Akuntan Publik Arief Jauhari (KAPAJ).
Established in 2018, AHRP has quickly grown to 30 staff and become a Top 25 firm. A comprehensive range of services is offered to clients, including corporate law, dispute resolution and arbitration, tax, and M&A to clients in the energy, infrastructure, construction, mining, governmental and finance sectors.
Led by Managing Partner Irawady Azwar and two equity partners, Abdul Haris M. Rum and Zaka Hadisupani Oemang, the firm has worked on many high-profile projects related to infrastructure, M&A, and capital markets for multinational and national companies. Recently, the firm advised on several of the country’s most high-profile projects, including for the Financial Services Authority and a China mining group company.
Mr Azwar commented:
“It is a great honour to join Alliott Global Alliance. Being associated with a reputable global alliance will enhance the reputation of our firm, help drive our growth strategies and gives us access to like-minded professionals who we can collaborate and do business with.
“We look forward to providing assistance to the clients of our fellow members with business interests in Indonesia and to working with our new colleagues in countries beyond our national borders, including in Singapore, Japan, Korea and China, where our international clients need access to trusted advisers.”
Alliott Global Alliance COO Giles Brake said:
“We are proud to welcome AHRP to our global alliance. They are a fast-growing law firm that undertakes high-level legal work for Indonesian and major foreign companies, and they are involved in several of the country’s largest and most complex commercial transactions. We have become increasingly strong in Asia’s independent law firm market – AHRP’s appointment continues this trend.”
Alliott Global Alliance is continuously growing and currently has member firms in the following Asia Pacific countries: Bangladesh, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, India, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Nepal, Pakistan, Taiwan Thailand and, soon to be announced, Vietnam.
About AHRP Counsellors at Law:
Azwar Hadisupani Rum & Partners – AHRP adopts a progressive and proactive approach to the practice of law. Utilizing the latest technological developments and always focusing on its client’s best interests, AHRP is committed to offering a wide range of legal services and advice of the highest professional standard. AHRP lawyers undertake high-level legal work for Indonesian and foreign top companies and are involved in some of the largest and most complex commercial transactions in Indonesia. AHRP provides clients with legal, commercial, and strategic solutions that is built on experience and the desire to understand the commercial context in which a business operates. It is AHRP’s aim to establish close relationships and develop creative approaches to meeting each individual client’s needs and business requirements, making it possible to accomplish such progress and success. Read more here.
About Alliott Global Alliance:
Founded in 1979, and with 190 member firms in 78 countries Alliott Global Alliance is an international alliance of independent, law, accounting, and specialist advisory firms, working across the world Together as One. Each of our members share a common goal: to learn and share knowledge, resources, and opportunities to make the world smaller and their businesses stronger.
We work with a spirit of generosity and openness — so that together, we can continue to fulfil our ambitions, gain greater experience, and drive mutual success.
Alliott Global Alliance is expanding fast, and the alliance has its sights set firmly on growing its legal and accounting membership to 100 countries. Opportunities are available to independent professional firms in specific countries in Africa, but also in Europe, China, the ASEAN region, Australasia, the Gulf Cooperation Council region, Central and South America and in North America. For information about membership in Asia, contact Damien McMenamin (firstname.lastname@example.org), Head of Global Business Development.