His practice in SSEK is focused on energy, including renewables, mining, oil and gas law, corporate mergers and acquisitions, foreign investment, and general corporate matters.
Prior to joining SSEK, Frans worked at another prominent law firm in Jakarta where he was exposed to many upstream oil and gas transactions.
Frans received his Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Economics from the University of Indonesia. He earned an English diploma from the Faculty of Humanities at the same university. In 2011, Frans earned his Master of Laws (LL.M.) in European and international business law from Leiden University in the Netherlands, as part of the Leiden University Excellence Scholarship program.
Frans is a member of the Indonesian Advocates Association (Peradi), which enable him to practice law throughout Indonesia.
Holds a Bachelor's Degree in Law from the University of Indonesia and a Mater's Degree in Environmental Law and Policy from Harvard Law School. Her practice at SSEK focuses on energy and natural resources, and environmental law, in addition to general corporate matters and investment. Since joining SSEK, Aldilla has been extensively involved in a wide range of projects, including environmental remediation, shipping, real estate and the health care sector.
Her recent experience includes assisting a multinational company with its environmental remediation obligations at various sites in Java. In the real estate sector, she assisted a multinational property developer in connection with the acquisition of land for the development of residential towers near Jakarta, advised a property management company and a developer on residential, office and retail leases, and assisted a client with a lease dispute.
Prior to joining SSEK, Aldilla worked for the Indonesian government on sustainable fishery development, climate change mitigation and the reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD+) framework in Indonesia. She also worked as legal counsel for the Presidential Task Force on the Eradication of Illegal Fishing and as legal counsel and an assistant to the Minister/Head of National REDD+ Agency.
Senior Economist for the World Bank in Indonesia focusing on macroeconomic policy, fiscal policy and debt management. Previously he was the country economist for Mongolia, Sri Lanka and Maldives, and supported governments on fiscal, growth and debt issues in countries across Africa, East Asia, Central Asia and Eastern Europe.
Prior to joining the World Bank he worked at the emerging markets fixed income team at Credit Suisse in London focusing on Egypt, Kazakhstan and the GCC countries. He holds a Master of Research degree in Economics from the London School of Economics and a Master of Science degree in Applied Physics from Delft University of Technology.