PwC Indonesia

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Introduction of Japanese Business Services

In 2012, Indonesia received $3.8 billion in Japanese investment, roughly 3% of Japan’s total global FDI flows. The country currently holds about 6% of Japanese FDI stock in Asia.

As one of the four core members of the ASEAN, Indonesia is expected to become one of the world’s highest-potential growth areas. The IMF already predicts Indonesia to transition into a “Higher Middle Income” nation by 2014 and maintain a substantial 9.4% growth rate for the next five years. As opportunities in Indonesia increase, however, so does competition and PwC offers to guide Japanese companies in this high-risk, high-reward environment.

Founded in 1971 and bravely surviving the 1998 financial crisis, PwC Indonesia now operates with approximately 1,500 professionals, which includes a specialized Japan team committed to serving Japanese business interests in the region.

Major services to Japanese clients

  • Assurance
  • Tax
  • Legal
  • Deal
  • Consulting

Introduction of member of Japanese business services

Indonesia

Country Leaders

Ade Elimin

Ade Elimin
Partner
Assurance

Shunsuke Wariishi

Shunsuke Wariishi
Director
 


Jakarta

PricewaterhouseCoopers
Plaza 89, Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. X-7 No.6 Jakarta 12940 Indonesia
Tel: 62-21-521-2901
Ryuji Sugawara

Ryuji Sugawara
Partner
Tax

Masahide Kobayashi

Masahide Kobayashi
Director
Assurance

Eiichiro Shijo

Eiichiro Shijo
Senior Manager
Assurance

Koji Matsuda

Koji Matsuda
Manager
Consulting

Satoshi Arai

Satoshi Arai
Director
Consulting

Ryosuke Seto

Ryosuke Seto
Director
Tax

Kenji Wakabayashi

Kenji Wakabayashi
Senior Manager
Consulting

Nadia Rahmi

Nadia Rahmi
Japan Desk Staff