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Brækhus Advokatfirma DA

DRONNING MAUDS GT 10, PO BOX 1369 VIKA, 0114 OSLO, NORWAY
Tel:
Work +47 23 23 90 90
Fax:
Fax +47 22 83 60 60
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Web:
www.braekhus.no
Oslo, Sandvika-Bærum
Brækhus Advokatfirma DA, Antonio Holstad, Oslo, NORWAY

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Antonio Holstad

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Brækhus Advokatfirma DA

Work Department

Tax, Corporate immigration.

Position

Antonio Holstad is currently head of our Tax Department.

Holstad is a tax lawyer specialized in international taxation and tax treaties. He has more than 25 years of experience.

Holstad has prevously worked 6 years within the Norwegian Tax Administration and 8 years in Ernst & Young before joining Brækhus Dege. Main areas have been and still is international tax and global mobility. Holstad also works with cross border labour law issues, legal planning regarding estate and inheritance law, and use of foreign employees in Norway. He has worked with various major multinational companies.

Holstad is our international liaison officer in Crowe Horwath International where core areas are tax, and legal advice

He speaks fluent Norwegian, Spanish and English.

 

Career

2011 - Partner Brækhus law firm

2007 – 2011 Private practice as lawyer

1999 – 2007 EY Oslo, tax lawyer

1995 – 1999 Tax Office Bærum, senior Executive Officer

1991 – 1995 Norwegian Agency for Development Aid

1988 – 1990 Norwegian Directorate of Taxes

1978 Norwegian Army, Second Lieutenant

Languages

Norwegian, Spanish and English


Norway

Tax

Within: Tax

Brækhus Advokatfirma DA’s team was strengthened in 2016 following the recruitment of John Spissøy from Deloitte Advokatfirma AS. Practice head Antonio Holstad and VAT specialist Nils Eriksen are recommended.

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