Mustaq Ali MaricarDirector, Accounting & Business Development
Areas of expertise
- Audit & assurance
- Financial reporting
- Cross-border taxation (Indonesian & Singapore taxation)
- Anti-money laundering (AML)
- Management consulting
- Corporate training
- The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), UK
- Advanced Diploma in Accounting & Finance, UK
Mustaq Ali Maricar started his career working full-time in an Accounting firm before later on venturing into auditing and corporate training. He has over 7 year’s experience and is a resultsdriven professional who pays high attention to detail.
Mustaq’s expertise include Audit & Assurance, Financial Reporting, Cross-border Taxation (Indonesia & Singapore), Anti-Money Laundering (AML), Management Consulting and Corporate Training.
He also regularly conducts training for many organizations across Indonesia on various topics. His delivery is greatly enriched due to his ability to constantly incorporate real life examples into the syllabus because of his extensive working experience in various roles across both Indonesia and Singapore. He has conducted training for the following organisations.
- Ernst & Young (EY)
- Permata Bank
- Panin Bank
- Academy Global
- PT DNX Indonesia
- PT Bakrie Sumatera Plantations
- Universitas Islam Indonesia (UII)
Articles by Mustaq Ali Maricar
LKPM filing in Indonesia
In this article, we explain what is an LKPM report (Laporan Kegiatan Penanaman Modal) and how to file an LKPM report in Indonesia. An LKPM report is an investment report which must be submitted by companies quarterly or bi-annually by the companies in Indonesia.
Singaporean Entrepreneurs in Indonesia
Any foreign investor who wishes to enter Indonesian market and run business in Indonesia is required to setup a foreign investment company also known as PT PMA. This applies to all foreign entrepreneurs including entrepreneurs from Singapore.
Why Do Foreign Companies Relocate to Singapore
Foreign companies relocate to Singapore for a numerous of reasons. On top of the country providing some of the lowest tax rates, Singapore is also a key gateway to ASEAN countries. Singapore’s business-friendly policies also make Singapore an attractive destination for companies to set up and run business operations.
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