Yes, apart from the initial package cost for establishing a PMA (Penanaman Modal Asing) company in Indonesia, there are several additional fees and ongoing costs that investors should be aware of. These can include, but are not limited to:

Government Fees:

  • Company Registration Fees: Fees associated with the registration of the company with the Indonesian Investment Coordination Board (BKPM) and other relevant government bodies.
  • License and Permit Fees: Depending on the business sector, additional licenses and permits may be required, each potentially carrying its own set of fees.
  • Notary Fees: Costs for notarization of company documents, which is a requirement for company registration.
  • Legal Advisory Fees: If you hire legal advisors to assist with the setup and compliance of the PMA company, their fees would be additional.

Operational Costs:

  • Office Rental: If the package does not include office space, renting an office or business space is an additional cost.
  • Utilities and Maintenance: Costs for utilities such as electricity, water, and internet, as well as maintenance of the office space.

Tax and Accounting:

  • Accounting Services: Fees for accounting services to manage the companys financials and ensure compliance with Indonesian tax laws.
  • Tax Compliance: There may be costs associated with tax filing and consultation, especially if specialized tax advice is needed.

Human Resources:

  • Recruitment Costs: If you are hiring local staff, there may be costs associated with recruitment and hiring.
  • Payroll Management: Fees for services related to payroll management and compliance with labor laws.

Bank Charges:

  • Bank Account Opening Fees: Some banks may charge a fee for opening a corporate account.
  • Transactional Fees: Ongoing bank charges for transactions, wire transfers, and other financial services.


  • Translation Services: If documents need to be translated into Indonesian or other languages, professional translation services may incur fees.
  • Communication and IT Setup: Costs for setting up communication systems, IT infrastructure, and ongoing IT support services.

Annual Obligations:

  • Annual Report Filing: There may be fees associated with the preparation and filing of annual reports required by Indonesian law.
  • Company Renewal Fees: Some permits or licenses may need annual renewal, which could involve additional fees.

It is advisable for potential investors to consult with a professional service like Okusi Associates to get a detailed breakdown of all potential costs associated with setting up and maintaining a PMA company in Indonesia. This will help in planning the financial aspects of the investment more accurately and ensure compliance with all regulatory requirements.

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