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VDB Loi Indonesia tax practice adds three new partners

VDB Loi Indonesia

Tommy Hendharto Oetomo, Olina Rizki Arizal and Bapak Rusmadi have become partners of VDB Loi in Indonesia.

The three are veterans of tax disputes and transfer pricing in the Indonesian Tax Office in both operational and policy roles.

Oetomo has more than 18 years of experience in the Directorate General of Taxes (Indonesian Tax Authority). 

Arizal preworked as head of finance at HRD and General Affairs, where he worked on evaluating and making plans to collect tax revenue particularly from permanent establishments in Indonesia and foreign investment corporations.

By Joanna Yang, World Tax researcher. 

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