Ingrid Gratsya Zega

Ingrid Gratsya Zega

Ingrid focuses her practice on competition and antitrust law. Prior to joining Assegaf Hamzah & Partners in 2013, she worked for Rizkiyana & Iswanto, Antitrust and Corporate Lawyers, a leading Indonesian boutique antitrust firm. She has been involved in both contentious and non-contentious competition law matters across a wide range of industries, including shipping,  aviation, cement, telecommunications, heavy machinery, glass, private equity, financing, banking, insurance, bancassurance and oil and gas.

In the merger control arena, she has extensive experience in handling multi-jurisdictional merger fillings. She has been involved in many high profile transactions before the KPPU, including Ingram Micro Inc.’s acquisition of Brightpoint Inc., Saudi Aramco’s acquisition of S-Oil Corporation, CVC Capital Partners’ acquisition of TEC Holding Ltd, Lafarge S.A.’s merger with Holcim Ltd, Ooredo Q.S.C’s acquisition of Asia Internet Holding S.a.r.l, and Itochu Corporation’s acquisition of PT Hexa Finance Indonesia. Aside from merger control matters, she was also a member of the firm’s team advising Garuda Indonesia Airlines on its prosecution in the Federal Court of Australia by the ACCC for alleged collusion in the fixing of surcharges and fees on the carriage of air cargo. In addition, she has worked on competition audit projects for multinational companies operating in the consumer goods, glass, and automotive industries, among others.

Ingrid holds a “cum laude” undergraduate law degree from the University of North Sumatera. While at law school, she received a scholarship in the second semester of her studies that she held until her graduation in 2009. She was also an active participant in student activities and societies. In 2013, she successfully sat the Indonesian Bar Association examination and is currently waiting to be called to the bar.

Prior to becoming involved in competition and antitrust law, Ingrid worked at another premiere law firm in Jakarta where she was involved in many due diligence projects, including advisory and research work on companies operating in the mining, investment, automotive, construction, and telecommunications industries. This has provided her with a broad overview of general corporate matters and other fields aside from competition and antitrust matters.

Ingrid has contributed to a wide variety of publications, including Cartels & Leniency 2013 – Indonesia chapter published by Global Legal Group, Merger Control Second Edition 2014 – Indonesia chapter published by Thomson Reuters, Indonesian Competition Law (2014) published by Lexis Nexis, and Getting The Deal Through: Merger Control 2016 – Indonesia chapter published by Law Business Research Ltd.