Marcia S. Tanudjaja has been practicing mainly in the areas of banking and finance, merger and acquisition, and general corporate transactions. She has advised a wide range of clients such as local and international banks and financial institutions, state-owned enterprises, and privately held and publicly listed companies on acquisition, investment, joint ventures, capital market issues, derivatives, and corporate matters. Her corporate clients include those in the business of finance, mining, retail, property, infrastructure, and more. She is the counsel for the Republic of Indonesia in an international arbitral proceeding before the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) against two foreign mining investors.
Prior to joining the firm, she had interned in one of Singapore’s most prominent law firms where she assisted matters in Indonesian law issues. While at Universitas Indonesia, Marcia represented Indonesia in International Humanitarian Law and Willem C. Vis Moot International Commercial Arbitration Moot competitions. She is an awardee of Indonesia Endowment Fund for Education full scholarship from the Ministry of Finance for her pursuit of Master of Laws degree in the United States. Recently, she has also passed the internationally acclaimed New York State Bar examination.
She is a licensed Advocate and a member of the Indonesian Advocates Association (PERADI).