Mr Mikko Eerola > Dittmar & Indrenius > Helsinki, Finland > Lawyer Profile

Dittmar & Indrenius

Work Department

M&A & Private Equity and Energy, Infrastructure & Natural Resources


Focus on M&A and private equity, especially in the field of energy and infrastructure.

Partner Mikko Eerola heads the firm’s Transaction Powerouse team and Energy, Infrastructure and Natural Resources practice.

He is known for being a leading Finnish M&A lawyer and receives wide praise for his expertise and practical and constructive approach in deal-making. He has been particularly active in the areas of energy and infrastructure and during the last ten years he has been engaged in most of the major energy related cross-border transactions on the Finnish market.

He has broad experience in combining regulatory, competition law and M&A-expertise in advising leading industrials and financial sponsors in a wide range of industries including accommodation, automotive, consumer goods, paper, pharmaceuticals and retail.


Before joining Dittmar & Indrenius in 2015, Mikko Eerola made a distinguished career as a partner and managing partner in another leading law firm in Finland.


Finnish, Swedish and English


Finnish Bar Association, Association of Finnish Lawyers, Finnish Association of Competition Law and the International Bar Association.


University of Helsinki (LL.M., 1998)

Postgraduate Diploma in EC Competition Law, King’s College, (2002)

Lawyer Rankings

Finland > Commercial, corporate and M&A

Dittmar & Indrenius is a trusted adviser for clients across a broad spectrum of industries, including the healthcare, media, IT, industrial, energy and infrastructure sectors, advising on high-value transactions in the corporate and private equity spheres, often with cross-border elements. Wilhelm Eklund and Mikko Eerola jointly lead the transaction powerhouse team; while Eklund regularly advises private equity houses and large corporates on transactions, Eerola focuses on M&A and private equity matters in the energy and infrastructure fields. Anders Carlberg regularly acts for private equity houses and financial institutions; Gabrielle Dannberg has a special focus on technology transactions; and Jasper Kuhlefelt regularly advises private equity houses and large corporations on public takeovers, buy-outs, exits, minority investments, joint ventures and corporate reorganisations. Jan Ollila heads up the firm’s public M&A practice.