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POHJOISESPLANADI 25 A, 00100 HELSINKI, FINLAND
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Work +358 9 681 700
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Fax +358 9 652 406
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www.dittmar.fi
Dittmar & Indrenius, Kai Holkeri, Helsinki, FINLAND

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Kai Holkeri

Tel:
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Email:
Dittmar & Indrenius

Work Department

Tax & Structuring

Position

Partner Kai Holkeri heads the firm's Tax & Structuring practice.

He focuses on structuring and tax optimisation of M&A transactions, financial transactions, and tax disputes.

Kai Holkeri has a unique expertise in high-end transactional work and international tax structuring and is actively engaged in general corporate tax work and tax disputes, especially related to transfer pricing.

He advises large Finnish companies as well as multinational groups, investors, banks and financial institutions in their Finnish tax matters and complex transactions.

Career

Joined Dittmar & Indrenius in 2010, Partner 2013. Prior to joining Dittmar & Indrenius Mr. Holkeri worked as a tax specialist with PricewaterhouseCoopers in Finland and Luxembourg (2004-2010) and another Finnish law firm (2002-2004).

Languages

Finnish, Swedish and English

Member

Finnish Bar Association, International Fiscal Association, Finnish Tax Advisor's Association

Education

University of Helsinki, LL.M., 2002


Finland

Tax

Within: Leading individuals

Kai Holkeri - Dittmar & Indrenius

Within: Tax

Dittmar & Indrenius' recent work included advising on the tax aspects of Mondi Group's acquisition of Powerflute Group Holdings. The 'exemplary' Kai Holkeri heads up the practice, which 'possesses strong experience and insight'; clients also praise associate Vilho Lammi as a 'rising star'. Senior associate Ritva Aalto joined from Roschier in 2018.

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