Iwan Nurjadin

Iwan Nurjadin is one of the founding partners of Nurjadin Sumono Mulyadi & Partners (NSMP) and is currently the Managing Partner of the firm. He graduated from The Faculty of Law University of Indonesia with a law degree in 1993 and continued his studies at Northwestern University School of Law where he obtained a Master of Laws (LLM) degree in 1997. He also had the opportunity to work in law firms in the United States and Singapore.

Iwan Nurjadin focuses his main practice on aviation, such as aircraft financing, airlines business start-up and restructuring, airport management and airport related businesses, airline food services, and logistics business. He has extensive experience in handling complex aviation-related transactions for more than 15 years.

Iwan Nurjadin has represented aircraft owners in connection with the aircrafts purchased or leased by airline operators and as well as financial institution in connection with the financing of aircrafts acquisition into Indonesia.

Iwan Nurjadin has advised on fleet modernization, corporate restructuring and financing for aviation operators in Indonesia. He was also involved in the establishment of the first start-up regional airline in one of the provinces in Indonesia.

Iwan Nurjadin also advises on cross border M&A transactions, foreign direct investment, debt restructuring (acting for both creditor and debtor), industrial relations and general corporate matters. Apart from his aviation-based clients, he also has advised many clients with financial backgrounds. He has also regularly represented clients which focused on natural resources, mining and asset investment in Indonesia.

Iwan Nurjadin actively participates in various local and international seminar, workshop and convention on the aviation and airline industry.

Iwan Nurjadin is a member of Indonesian Advocates Association (Perhimpunan Advokat Indonesia - PERADI) and Inter-Pacific Bar Association.

NSMP has a co-operation with Bird & Bird, a UK based firm who has offices throughout Europe and Asia.