Senior Foreign Counsel
Shamim Razavi has extensive experience advising foreign investors in Indonesia. His industry knowledge covers financial services, technology and energy companies in Indonesia.
Shamim’s practice incorporates the provision of legal advice to operating companies and investment entities on matters ranging from general corporate organisation through employment, financial compliance and management of relations with Indonesian regulators. His clients include major banks and insurance companies, technology enterprises, private equity houses, hedge funds, energy production interests and offtakers.
Shamim has advised on some of the largest and highest profile deals in the Indonesian market in recent years. They include Pertamina’s acquisition of Natuna Sea Block A; the Sarulla geothermal project, which was awarded 2014 Indonesia Energy Deal of the Year (Asian Legal Business); and Medco’s development of the upstream Senoro gas field for the Donggi Senoro LNG project, which was awarded 2015 Indonesia Deal of the Year (Asian Legal Business).
Shamim is noted for his client-focus and delivery of commercial results dependably and on time. Clients recommend his “extensive knowledge combined with business acumen” (Asia Pacific Legal 500, 2016). He is a recognised practitioner for corporate and M&A in Indonesia (Chambers’ Asia Pacific, 2016).
Indonesian Infrastructure in Focus.
March 7, 2017
Doing business anywhere in the Asia Pacific region is extraordinary. At times the challenges can be immense, but so too the rewards..
December 20, 2016
The Indonesian Government has issued Presidential Regulation No. 44 of 2016 on the List of Business Fields Closed or Conditionally Open to Investment (New Negative List)..
July 27, 2016
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright today announced that experienced energy and resources lawyer Shamim Razavi will join as a corporate and M&A partner in the Sydney office..
September 11, 2017
A cross-border team from global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright acted as legal adviser to Savills on behalf of the Japanese Hotel chain, Prince Hotels, Inc. on the $50 million acquisition of the Staywell Hospitality Group portfolio. The acquisition, which includes the Park Regis and Leisure Inn brands, is one of the largest Australian hotel M&A deals of 2017..
July 25, 2017