Temmy Tandri Kurniawan

Temmy Tandri Kurniawan

Temmy joined Assegaf Hamzah & Partners after 4 years working as an Associate in a UK law firm based in Singapore. Prior to commencing her practice in Singapore, Temmy served as a Legal Manager in the corporate finance department at one of the largest investments and financial advisory firms in Indonesia.

Temmy's focus is on corporate finance and cross-border transactions across a number of sectors with particular areas of energy, natural resources and shipping. Her work experience includes M&A (public and private), management buyouts, joint ventures, structured financing, project financing, corporate and debt restructuring, divestment, as well as ECM transactions and debt offerings including those done under (144A/Reg S).

She holds Master of Laws degrees from University of Sydney, Australia and Leiden University, the Netherlands.
 

Qualifications

  • LL.M (Public International Law), University of Leiden, The Netherlands (2013)
  • LL.M (International Business Law), University of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia (2008)
  • S.H. (Criminal Law), Atma Jaya University, Jakarta, Indonesia (2005)
     

Memberships

  • Completed Advocate Profession Examination by the Indonesian Bar Association (Peradi)
     

Notable Cases & Transactions

  • Represented Star Energy Geothermal (Wayang Windu) Ltd on the issuance of USD 580,000,000 6.75% Senior Secured Notes due 2033, listed on the Singapore Exchange.
  • Represented a regional private equity and venture capital firm in its various investments in the health and hospital business in Indonesia.
  • Represented PT Sri Rejeki Isman Tbk (Sritex), Southeast Asia's largest textile manufacturer in Indonesia, in its acquisition of two leading manufacturers and exporters of fine quality spun yarns.
  • Advised and drafted bespoke agreements for the first bullion trading platform in Singapore.
  • Public takeover of London listed Asia Resources Minerals plc by Asia Coal Energy Ventures.
  • Advised Tata Group on significant divestment of its coal mining assets in Indonesia.
  • Advised a major FSRU operator on its structured investment in Indonesia and compliance with cabotage rules under Indonesian shipping regulations.
  • Acted for and advised Indonesian security agent for the issuance of bonds by a Singapore company to be listed and traded in the Singapore Exchange Limited.
  • Advised a major national oil company in China in relation to its tender participation for the supply of a Floating Production Unit and establishment of a joint venture company in Indonesia.
  • Arrangement of US$20 million exchangeable bond of an Indonesian media company listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange.
  • Advised an Australian listed company for the acquisition of metal mines in Mongolia by way of an RTO.
  • Acquisition of 90% stake in the fifth largest Indonesian coal mining company, with a mixture of senior secured facility and vendor notes as acquisition financing, deal valued at US$1.3 billion.
  • Arrangement of Pre-IPO financing facility, exchangeable credit facility and bridging loan facility for Indonesian coal mining parent company with total deal value at over US$500 million.
  • Debt restructuring and option arrangement for an Indonesian coal mining parent company with deal valued at US$425 million
  • Issuance of Berau Coal Resources Pte Ltd US$450 million high-yield bond offering pursuant to Rule 144A and Regulation S of 12.5% Guaranteed Secured Senior Notes due 2015, underwritten by Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank and US$400 million senior secured term loan facility.
  • Initial Public Offering of PT Berau Coal Energy Tbk in Indonesia Stock Exchange and international equity offering pursuant to Rule 144A and Regulation S.
  • Divestment of 75% stake of Indonesian listed coal mining company by way of reverse take-over (RTO) to a UK listed company with deal valued at US$1.367 billion.

 

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