Anthony Woolley

Anthony Woolley

Administrative Counsel
Jakarta

Email anthony.woolley@​hoganlovells.com

Phone +62 21 2788 7921

Fax +62 21 2788 7990

LanguagesEnglish, Indonesian, Japanese

Practice groupCorporate

'Anthony Woolley is widely recognised as a 'very capable lawyer' who is highly 'knowledgeable about the business climate in Mongolia''

Chambers Asia-Pacific 2015

Counsel Anthony Woolley advises both international and domestic clients on acquisitions, financing, real estate, incorporation, insolvency, liquidations, and restructuring, licensing, and compliance. Anthony is recognized by leading directories for his practical approach.

Prior to joining Hogan Lovells in Jakarta, Anthony spent many years at Hogan Lovells in Mongolia, and prior to that in Iraq. Anthony is experienced in working in cross-border, multi-linguistic and multicultural situations.

Anthony is admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales. He speaks English, Japanese and Bahasa Indonesia.

Awards and recognitions

2017-2018

General Business Law - Associate to Watch
Chambers Asia-Pacific

Education and admissions

Education

M.Sc., University of Nottingham, 2001

B.A., The University of Auckland, 1997

BSc, The University of Auckland, 1997

Memberships

Law Society of England and Wales

Bar admissions and qualifications

Solicitor, England and Wales

Mongolian Bar Association Foreign Lawyer Certificate

Indonesian Bar Association Foreign Lawyer Certificate

Representative experience

Advising a Japanese trading house on the off-sale of its Indonesian coal business.

Advising a German automobile manufacturer on the reorganisation of its Indonesian production and distribution arms.

Advising a global fashion apparel brand on distribution joint venture issues in Indonesia.

Advising the coal business arm of a large Indonesian conglomerate on its joint venture with a Japanese trading house.

Acting for the Indonesian subsidiary of a Malaysian low-cost airline in the leasing of new aircraft.

Advising Sharp Corporation on its three solar power joint ventures in Mongolia.

Assisting General Electric with its equity investment in a US$122m wind farm project.

Acting for the Government of Mongolia in its US$500 million loan note program.

Advising eBay on its acquisition of Giosis Pte Ltd's Japanese business, including the Qoo10 online shopping platform, for over US$700 million.

Acting for several international financial institutions in extending credit to Mongolian companies in exchange for security over Mongolia-based assets.

Acting for a leading mobile telecommunications provider, on various regulatory and commercial matters related to its business in Mongolia.

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