Denny’s inclusion in the A-List was supported by several of his clients. Karl Mohan, general manager Asia-Pacific at cryptocurrency exchange platform Crypto.com in Melbourne, praised Denny’s ability to “cut through to the crux of issues and provide remarkable solutions”.
“What I have enjoyed most in working with Denny is that he is able to synthesize his views and answers so that non-legal folk like myself can clearly see the outcomes,” says Mohan. “He is aligned in working with fast-moving customers like us, who are pushing not only the boundaries but also have a need to work fast and efficiently. He has always put Indonesia’s legal structures in the forefront, including working progressively with regulators to educate them on a new industry such as fintech.”
Kary Tang, general counsel for Singapore-based trade center developer Samanea Group, said: “Denny Rahmansyah is very professional and responsive with extensive experience, particularly in the real estate area. He is also able to provide practical advice based on our commercial needs.”
The A-List of Indonesia’s leading lawyers was compiled based on extensive research by Asia Business Law Journal and nominations received from in-house counsel around the world and Indonesian-focused partners at international law firms.