The rapid growth of Indonesia’s resource sector has necessitated the uptake of services from external providers of many kinds. Recent developments have seen a more selective and discriminating use of these external expert services.
This change of external support has been driven by several considerations, including:
- rationalizing costs
- improving systems and processes
- driving progressive output capacity increase to meet growing consumer demand
- responding to climate change
- accessing debt and equity
- managing cash resources
- Good professional advice can help businesses deal with these matters in a timely and effective manner.
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Energy & Power Practice Leader
Sutedjo is a Partner in Tax Services for KPMG Indonesia. He initially worked as an auditor before joining the tax practice in 1996. Sutedjo provides tax advice to multi-national and domestic corporations in a variety of industries. He has in-depth knowledge of the full range of Indonesian tax issues including corporate income tax, VAT, withholding taxes, custom and taxation of employees. In addition to providing general tax advice and tax compliance, Sutedjo is experienced in tax planning, restructuring, mergers & acquisitions and conducting tax diagnostic reviews to ensure proper tax compliance.