Anastasia, a cum laude economist graduate from University of Indonesia, joined the firm in October 2013, and has since buttressed the competition team with her thorough assessment from the economics perspective. She was the lead economist for the Goodyear Indonesia before KPPU (the Indonesian Competition Commission) and thereafter the apeal at District Court and cassation at the Supreme Court. She was also the lead economist for the Ministry of Trade of the Republic of Indonesia and the Ministry’s Directorate General of Foreign Trade in appealing the KPPU’s decision over cartel allegations at the District Court. Anastasia’s expertise in international cartel was honed when she assisted Garuda Indonesia to becoming one of only two airlines winning the cartel allegation before the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission while she was still in Rizkiyana & Iswanto, a boutique competition law firm. During her time there, she was entrusted to lead the 19 multi-jurisdictions compliance assessment in aviation industry.
Anastasia also provides competition advice ranging from dominance and vertical restraints, to market allocations in new system applications in automotive, telecommunications, digital content, leasing, aviation, pharmaceutical, energy, oil and gas, utility, banking, shipping, and broadcasting. She involved in the Asian-Mena Counsel’s Deal of the Year 2014. Some of her international merger notifications and merger reviews:
SIAEC/Boeing, MUFG/ Engine Lease Finance and Beacon Intermodal Leasing, Archer Daniels Midland, and Ingram Micro/Brightpoint. She has been the key player for competition audits performed by the firm (the cement, flat glass, and FMCG). She spends a lot of time teaching and giving training in various competition workshops that are attended by business practitioners and law students alike and co-authors Competition Law in Indonesia (Lexis Nexis, 2014), and international publications such as Getting The Deal Through Series, European Lawyer Series, ABA Handbook.