Anna Maria Tri Anggraini started her career as lecturer at the Faculty of Law of the University of Trisakti in 1990 where she is still lecturing up to the present time. She majored in Investment Law, Competition Law and Consumer Protection Law. She has also been lecturing Competition Law in post-graduate studies at various universities such as Universitas Indonesia and Universitas Gadjahmada.
In 2003 she completed her doctoral program studies at Universitas Indonesia. Her dissertation had the title “The Rule of Reason or Per Se Illegal Approach under Law Number 5 Year 1999 concerning the Prohibition of Monopolistic Practices and Unfair Business Competition”.
She was appointed as Commissioner of the Indonesian Commission for the Supervision of Business Competition (KPPU) for the period from 2006 through 2012. During her tenure, she has scientific papers on several topics including, among other things, the Use of Indirect Evidence in Proving Cartels, The Possibility of Applying Leniency Program under Indonesian Competition Law, Merger Review in Indonesia, Law Enforcement of Bid Rigging Under Anti Monopoly Law in Indonesia, and Brand-Proliferation as a Form of Abuse of Dominant Position. Some of the said papers were presented in international forums such as UNCTAD and APEC, as well as in regional Business Competition in ASEAN.
In 2009 she was appointed by the Indonesian Government as the Leader of the Interdepartmental Team involving stakeholders from the government, the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and academicians for the drafting of Government Regulation on Mergers and Acquisitions, which was adopted as Government Regulation Number 57 Year 2010 concerning Mergers and Acquisitions based on Law Number 5 Year 1999.
In 2010-2011 she was appointed as the Vice Chairperson of KPPU, and was successful in creating synergy with several agencies related to KPPU, such as the National Police of the Republic of Indonesia, the Financial Transactions Reporting and Analysis Center (PPATK), and several Universities as institutions supporting the implementation of Law Number 5 Year 1999. In 2013-2016 she is appointed as a member of Committee for Tax Supervision of the Republic of Indonesia.
Setio Anggoro Dewo (Vice President)
Dr. Zakir Mahmudi (Vice President)
Farid Nasution (Secretary General)
Farid Nasution is a senior associate of Hadiputranto, Hadinoto & Partners (HHP), the Jakarta member of Baker & McKenzie. Previous to working with HHP, he has had more than seven years experience, first as an Investigator of the Business Competition Supervisory Commission (KPPU); the Indonesian competition Commission. His last position with KPPU was the Head of Substantive Review, the Directorate of Merger.
During his work with KPPU, Farid acted as the main drafter of Government Regulation No 57 of 2010 on Merger Control and the KPPU Merger Control Guidelines.
Farid is actively engaged as a speaker in various seminars, training and conferences related to competition law in both Indonesia and abroad. He also has produced several publications focusing on distribution and merger control issues.
As a competition lawyer, Farid has given advice on all types of anti-monopoly issues for many major multinational and national companies, including distribution agreements, horisontal agreements, abuse of dominant position, private and public tender and transactions.
As both KPPU investigator and competition lawyer, he has been involved in many high-profile anti-monopoly cases and numbers of merger and acquisition reviews.
Farid holds two bachelor degrees, i.e., bachelor of politics (2000) and law (2002), both from Padjadjaran University, Bandung. In 2006, he completed his LL.M degree from Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam under the Stuned Scholarship. In 2007, he received the Jobst van Wohlert Scholarship to attend a short course of cross-broder transactions in Dublin, Ireland.
Verry Iskandar joined Soemadipradja & Taher (S & T), one of Indonesia’s leading law firm in Jakarta as a Senior Associate in 2014.
He obtained his Sarjana Hukum (Bachelor of Laws) degree in 2002 from the University of Gadjah Mada, Jogjakarta, followed by a Master of Laws degree from the University of North Sumatra in 2009.
He joined S & T after working for many years with the Business Competition Supervisory Commission (KPPU). Currently, he deals with practical law and regulations, giving an advice to clients on many legal and compliance matters.
Verry has extensive experience in a variety of fields, as working for the Head of Investigation Division at KPPU provided him with a range of insights into the law in both theory and practice.
During his assignment as the Head of Foreign Cooperation Division at KPPU, Verry dealt with international issues concerning Competition Law and Policy, communicated and coordinated with foreign counterparts, disseminated information on international best practice, drafted formal cooperation agreements (MoUs) and international trade negotiations, and managed and developed international technical assistance.
Verry was also a main drafter of KPPU’s investigation businesses process and its case-handling procedure, and therefore has in-depth understanding of these matters. As a senior investigator on merger control, he has reviewed many high-profile transactions in a variety of businesses and industries. He focuses on Indonesian Competition Law and Policy as well as general corporate matters.
Verry has also spoken on competition law and policy issues at a number of conferences at both domestic (Indonesian) and overseas venues.
HMBC Rikrik Rizkiyana (Treasurer)
Mr. HMBC Rikrik Rizkiyana obtained Bachelor of Law degree with concentration on economic/business law from the Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia. He also participated in Graduate Certificate Program of the Understanding on American Legal System, University of California San Diego Extension.
He was Head of Case Handling Division of KPPU (Supervisory Commission of Business Competition) and now the managing Partner of RIZKIYANA & ISWANTO, Antitrust and Corporate Lawyers. In addition, he was also one of the founding fathers and vice director of the Institute for Business Competition Studies (“LKPU”) Faculty of Law University of Indonesia in 2002 – 2003. He was an observer at the Mediation Office of Gregg F. Relyea, Esq., San Diego, California, USA, in September 1999. As an advocate, he involved in many litigation and legal advising as well as due diligence projects not only in competition law but also consumer protection and general commercial and corporate legal matters.
He also actively participate in the regional and international conferences such as Antitrust Law meetings in Brussels and Washington organized by American Bar Association.
TB. Hikmatullah (Vice Treasurer)