Irawati Hermawan received a law degree from the Padjadjaran University in 1992
and a master's degree from the University of Indonesia. She also completed her
education as a notary specialist in 1999 at Padjadjaran University, and is
currently studying for her doctorate at the same university.
Irawati advises primarily on corporate and commercial matters, and is regarded
as a well-known transaction lawyer for various types of commercial deals. She
has a strong infrastructure, project finance, regulatory, public procurement and
regional finance practice.
She is currently head of the Infrastructure & Project Finance practice, advising
several notable clients including PT Mass Rapid Transit Jakarta, PT Sarana
Multi Infrastruktur (Persero), PT Pembangunan Jaya, PT WijayaKarya (Persero),
and Foster Wheeler Iberia S.L.U. She has also worked with several multilateral
development banks, such as the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the World Bank,
and a number of internationally-recognized consulting companies including Boston
Consulting Group, PT Mott Macdonald Indonesia, Poyry GmbH, and PA Consulting.
Her professional experience includes:
Advising on the IDR17 trillion development of the Mass Rapid Transit system
in DKI Jakarta.
Advising on the development of a six batch toll road in DKI Jakarta.
Advising on the development of a bus rapid transit system in DKI Jakarta.
Advising on the establishment of the Indonesian Infrastructure Fund (now PT
Indonesia Infrastructure Finance) with an initial capital investment equal
to US$10million, including fund and loan channeling from the ADB and the
World Bank totalling US$100 million.
Advising on the preparation of a municipal bonds issue, which is expected to
be issued by fourth quarter of 2012.
Advising on the expansion of Cigading Port, a port operated by a subsidiary
of PT Krakatau Steel (Persero).
Advising on a transaction for Tangerang Regency (Sepatan) Water Supply
Advising LKPP (the Indonesian Public Procurement Agency) on new public
procurement regulation (Presidential Regulation No. 54 of 2010), funded by
AusAID through the ISP3 program.
Assisting Bapennas (the National Planning Agency) in the review of
infrastructure regulatory framework and providing strategic advice for
potential infrastructure projects funded by ADB though the SID program.