Director RCA Carbon, Managing Partner FTW Law Firm, Owner/ CEO PT. AP Bali Konsultan Bisnis, Owner/ CEO LPK Musubu
Aloysia, the director of RCA Carbon, is a highly respected Indonesian Bar Association (PERADI) registered solicitor with more than 25 years of experience, specialising in investment, business and corporate law, especially banking, energy, agriculture and real estate transactions. She has a passion for facilitating the Indonesian governments plans for the country’s long-term development plans without further damaging the environment.
Graduating with a Bachelor of Law from Udayana University in Bali, she continued with Major Leadership at Notre Dame University Perth, Western Australia. Aloysia then went on to become the founding partner of FTW law firm with offices in Denpasar and Ubud, alongside her family who are also qualified solicitors. Aloysia is registered with the European bar and a member of Asociacion Europea de Abogados (AEA) or International Lawyers Network. She is also a member of the Indonesian Capital Market Legal Consultant Association (HKHPM).
Women’s empowerment is a core focus for Aloysia, advising training and educational institutions and leading facilitation of sustainable employment opportunities, domestically and cross border, having studied Women’s International Leadership at the Haggai Institute in Maui, Hawaii.
Aloysia advises international corporations entering the Indonesian agriculture sector on complex structuring and licensing matters and leads stakeholder negotiations. Her myriad of connections with Japan include her membership of the Japanese Indonesian Association “Norin Suisankeizai Kyokai”.
Within RCA Carbon Aloysia helps tackle global issues by involving investors to bring funds to combat climate change. RCA Carbon’s projects involve not only investors, but also the environment and the community, with mutual benefits for all. Having seen the improper use of investor funds for the over-development of Bali in the name of tourism, Aloysia believes we now all have a responsibility to protect nature for the next generation.
“Life is a journey of learning and sharing with others, in gratitude to God.”