- Advocate and solicitor of the High Court of Malaya
- Barrister-at-Law of the Lincoln’s Inn, UK
- Executive Education program, NYU Stern Business School, New York, USA
- MBA (Hons) degree from University of Wales at Cardiff, UK
- LL.B (Hons) degree from University of Sheffield, UK
Hanim is the Regional Managing Partner of the ZICO Law network and heads the Corporate M&A practice group at Roosdiono & Partners.
Now based in Singapore, her 22 years of regional practice experience includes being resident in Malaysia, Japan and Indonesia where she specialised in major infrastructure project financing and M&A deals in aviation, banking, insurance, mining, oil and gas, plantations, and property. She is also well-versed in cross-border securitisation deals, structured financial products, and Islamic finance, where she has represented the interests of investors from Asia, the US, UK, and Europe in key onshore and offshore multi-currency transactions.
She has been recognised as a ‘Leading Lawyer’ in Indonesia, in Corporate & Commercial, Cross Border, Mergers & Acquisitions and Project Infrastructure Finance (Islamic Finance News, 2011, 2012, 2013) as well as a ‘Leading Lawyer’ by Asia Law Profiles in 2015, 2016, 2017 and by IFLR 100 in 2017. She has written articles and essays including ‘A Giant in the Making – Recent legal and regulatory developments for Islamic banking and finance in Indonesia’ in Guide to Islamic Banking and Finance (Imperial College Press, 2010).
Hanim’s experience in Japan includes five years in corporate and banking practices at a leading Japanese law firm where she also worked on various award-winning deals as recognised by Asia Law Business Journal and Asialaw and Thomson Deal Watch. Hanim is frequently invited as a speaker at global conferences and seminars relating to M&A issues, foreign direct investment, and law firm management strategies. She is currently the Secretary-Treasurer of the International Bar Association Law Firm Management Committee and Immediate Past-Vice President of the Malaysia Chambers Jakarta. Recently, she was appointed as Senior Fellow of CIMB Asean Research Institute (CARI) and recognised as one of Financial Times’ ten pioneers of new legal thinking at the Asia-Pacific Innovative Lawyers in 2018.