Moores Rowland Indonesia was established in 1991, since which time the firm has grown to become one of the larger mid-size accounting firms in Indonesia. We have two offices, in Jakarta and Bali with 450 highly skilled and dedicated professionals, serving a wide and multi-sector range of clients consisting of large and mid-size Indonesian companies including some 25 clients listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange; SMEs and subsidiaries of large international groups; NGOs, government organizations, bilateral and multilateral aid agencies. Moores Rowland Indonesia offers a full range of professional services including audit, accounting and outsourcing, tax, advisory and legal services for a wide variety of clients across the spectrum of industry sectors. With our unique approach we have the proven expertise and experience to help your organization to develop.
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James is a veteran of emerging markets with more than 30 years of experience in the accounting, consulting and banking professions.
Since moving to Indonesia in 1991, he has helped build Moores Rowland into the country’s fifth largest accounting and audit firm, serving the needs of both corporate Indonesia and its society.
A great believer in the corporate responsibility to society, James has become increasingly involved in the field of human rights in recent years and together with former Indonesian Attorney General Marzuki Darusman was responsible for the initial conceptualization and development of Moores Rowland’s award-winning human rights audit methodology. The expansion of the human rights focus beyond its initial audit services of business compliance was to lead to the pair, along with other luminaries, establishing the Foundation for International Human Rights Reporting Standards (FIHRRST).
Tan Mei Nie is the Partner in charge of the Outsourcing Department specializing in accounting, payroll, outpatient medical and other types of back office outsourcing services. She has been with the firm for 18 years and her main roles are to manage the operational and fiscal activities of the department, the technical project management, and the development of systems and procedures to improve the quality and efficiency of operations. Mei Nie has a good understanding of complex financial planning concepts and related income tax matters. Her other capabilities include identifying business development opportunities and leveraging technology to continually maximize productivity.
Baudouin is a Franco-Belgian national who has spent nearly 30 years in Asia on matters related to business establishment and development, enlargement and tender strategies, marketing, planning and key account management.
He joined Grant Thornton in 2000 as a Division Head, the company changing its name into Moores Rowland in April 2003. In 2004, Baudouin became one of its directors and in 2010, a partner.
Baudouin is currently a board member of both the Indonesian French Chamber of Commerce and Industry (IFCCI) and the European Business Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia (Eurocham).
He graduated in 1984 as a Bachelor of Science from Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (EPHEC) in Brussels, Belgium and spent his initial professional years in Europe with Ciba-Geigy and Hilti.
Baudouin is fluent in French, Dutch, English, German and Indonesian.
Mabel is a Master of Law graduate from the University of Indonesia. In 2001, she joined Grant Thornton, which was to become Moores Rowland in 2003, as Head of Legal. Later she established the law firm Mabel and Associates, associated to the Marccus Partners alliance.
Having majored in corporate and foreign investment laws, Mabel and her team assist foreign investors in establishing and registering legal entities with the various government departments and institutions, including all the other legal aspects usually required within the foreign investment process.
She is also well-versed in property and labor law. At an early stage, Mabel was involved in revising the system for the Indonesian Land and Building tax, as a member of the team that led to the implementation of the new system in 1990.
Handoko Tomo has spent most of his career on matters related to assurance and non-assurance services. In 1987, after graduating from the College of State Accountancy (STAN), he worked for the Financial and Development Supervisory Board (BPKP) as a government auditor and performed the audit of consolidated financial statements of PERTAMINA (Indonesian State-owned Oil Company), including auditing exploration and production costs, refinery, marketing and distribution, cost recovery, taxes, procurement and LNG/LPG projects.
He has substantial experience in audit, including performance evaluation and the audit of corporate social responsibility (CSR/PKBL) programs.
As a Registered Tax Consultant C and a Registered Tax Attorney, Dicky has extensive experience in the tax and customs areas with a proven record of managing the full range of Indonesian and International tax issues, including corporate income tax, value added tax (VAT), withholding taxes, cross-border transactions, tax and customs disputes, objections, appeals and judicial reviews.
With a bachelor degree in accountancy and a master’s degree in management finance, he also has experience in day-to-day finance covering financial statement reporting and analysis, and financial modeling.
Iman is a Senior Consultant with more than 18 years of combined experience. Although his core expertise is in business valuation, he has also served clients for M&A, disposal advisory, funding, HR management and advisory, executive search and market research.
His major clients include the Sinarmas Group, Emirates Post, Fortis Investment (now BNP-Paribas), Michelin, the Indonesian Banking Restructuring Agency (a loan servicing venture with Artha Graha Bank), Shinoken, among others.
Iman has served as an audit committee member of Petrosea, a major engineering, construction and mining company (now part of Indika Energy Group).
In his early career, Iman was a corporate banker at Aspac Bank.