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Antti Aaltonen

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Work +358 9 681 700
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Web:
www.dittmar.fi/people/antti-aaltonen/
Dittmar & Indrenius

Work Department

Real Estate, Construction & Environment

Position

Counsel Antti Aaltonen heads the firm's Real Estate, Construction & Environment practice.

He focuses on large-scale real estate transactions, all types of lease arrangements as well as real estate issues.

Antti Aaltonen has over 20 years of experience from all fields of real estate law and he has a solid knowledge of the Finnish real estate market and the needs of the various market players. He advises clients in high-profile transactions.

In addition to real estate transactions, Antti Aaltonen focuses on private mergers & acquisitions and contract law.

Career

Joined Dittmar & Indrenius 1993, admitted 1996, Senior Attorney 2001, Counsel 2010

Languages

Finnish, Swedish and English

Member

Finnish Bar Association

Education

University of Turku, LL.M., 1991; Trained at the Bench, 1992-1993


Finland

Real estate and construction

Within: Real estate and construction

Recent highlights for Dittmar & Indrenius include advising Ikea Real Estate on its acquisition of a property from Lemiro and acting for Food Folk Suomi, the developmental licensee for McDonald's in Finland, on lease issues, property purchases and zoning work. Practice head Antti Aaltonen is noted for his 'strong impact' in negotiations.

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