Luky I Walalangi joined ABNR in March 2001 and became a partner on 1 January 2009. He graduated from the Faculty of Law, Parahyangan Catholic University, majoring in business law. In 2000, he earned his LLM degree in the Netherlands, majoring in international business law. Prior to joining ABNR, he worked as a foreign trainee with a banking institution in Amsterdam.
Mr Walalangi has been involved in a number of major electricity projects in Indonesia, including the Cirebon Project, Paiton Projects (US$2.5 billion and US$1.6 billion), Sengkang, Tanjung Jati, Central Java Project and Jawa Power, and has extensive regulatory knowledge in these areas. He has also been involved in a number of major financings, including most recently in PT Pertamina’s US$10 billion bonds issuance and US$800 million loan to PT Newmont Nusa Tenggara. His expertise covers antimonopoly issues, corporate restructuring, project and debt financing, land and investment projects as well as oil and gas projects.
Mr Walalangi has been listed by the Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2014 as a recommended lawyer in corporate & M&A, banking and finance, and real estate. He is also listed by Asialaw Profiles 2014 as a recommended individual.
In investment projects and M&As, Mr Walalangi has been representing various foreign companies in all aspects, including a number of Japanese group companies: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd; Toyota Tsusho Corporation; Mitsui Co, Ltd; Itochu Corporation; Nippon Steel Sumitomo Metal Corporation; Osaka Steel Corporation; Kansai Paint Japan; Mitsubishi UFJ Lease; Japan International Cooperation Agency; JACCS Corporation; and Mizuho Trust & Banking Co, Ltd.