Special Counsel: RIC Korompis, MBA., LL.M., PhD.

RIC Korompis, MBA., LLM., PhD.
Senior Advisor

Doctor of Business Admin., University of South Australia, 2010

LL.M Degree, University of Edinburgh, UK, 1998

Master of Business Admin., San Francisco State University, USA, 1992

Certifiate of Merit - Bus. Law & Japanese Mgmt., Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan, 1987

Bachelor Degree in Mass Communication, Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta, 1988

Registered Capital Market Lawyer of HKHPM (Association of Capital Market Legal Consultant)

Foreign Languages: English
Aside from earning a PhD and two Master's degrees from distinguished universities in the US, UK, Australia and Indonesia, Dr. Korompis also possesses 25 plus years of professional experience, mainly focused on corporate finance ( includes structured, project, and mezzanine finance ) and corporate legal (includes contract drafting, contract management, ontract negotiation, compliance, corporate secretarial services, and public, investor and government relations).

Dr. Korompis had one time served as Vice-Chairman of the Permanent Committee for Good Corporate Governance at the Indonesia Chamber of Commerce & Industry (KADIN) and a member of the Indonesian Association of Christian Intellectuals (PIKI). He also lectures on Strategic Management, Good Corporate Governance, Laws in International Business, Wealth Management & Behavioral Finance, and Entrepreneurial Leadership & Decision Making for several Indonesian universities.

He had been substantially involved in financial and legal aspects of various multi-million dollar projects, from being a member of the top management team that built The Mega Kuningan CBD in Jakarta, to acquiring tankers and container ships for Kuehne-Nagel and Pacific Shipping Trust Singapore, and still further, to acquisitions of sugar mills for Wilmar Group. He had also been instrumental in the corporate (financial) restructuring arena during the 1997 Asian financial crisis period, mainly representing a large Indonesian conglomerate, which at such period, had been one of many 'patients' of the Indonesian Banking Restructuring Agency (IBRA).