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DOKKVEIEN 1, PO BOX 1400 VIKA, 0115 OSLO, NORWAY
Tel:
Work +47 21 02 10 00
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Fax +47 21 02 10 01
Email:
Web:
www.wiersholm.no
Wiersholm, Nicolay Vold, Oslo, NORWAY

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Nicolay Vold

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Work +47 210 210 51
Email:
Wiersholm

Work Department

Company Law, Corporate/M&A, Tax

Position

Partner Nicolay Vold works mainly with tax law and company law and assists clients with legal and strategic advice and contract drafting in business transfers, mergers and demergers, and with general tax advice. Vold has extensive experience from different industries such as the insurance and real estate industry, but in recent years he has particularly worked with clients in offshore and oil services. Vold is also the author of several articles on his areas of expertise.

Career

Partner at Wiersholm since 2005 Associated partner in Wiersholm, 2002 Foreign Lawyer Trainee, Haight Gardner Holland & Knight LLP, 1999 Joined Wiersholm, 1995 Executive Officer/Senior Executive Officer, Department of Business Enterprises, Directorate of Taxes, 1993-1995

Education

Cand. jur., University of Oslo, 1993 Legal exams, Université de Poitiers, France, 1990


Norway

Tax

Within: Tax

Wiersholm fields a team of 'technically very strong' lawyers, which includes highly regarded practice head Bettina Banoun, the 'service-minded' Andreas Bullen, who handles transfer pricing issues, 'commercial and proactive' litigator Morten Goller, and corporate tax expert Nicolay Vold. Recent highlights include acting for Equinor (previously Statoil) in a transfer pricing dispute and representing Yara International in litigation relating to final loss exceptions; other clients include Ikea, Saga Tankers, Kistefos and Caiano Fisk.

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