Mrs Cecilie Amdahl > Advokatfirmaet Schjødt > Oslo, Norway > Lawyer Profile

Advokatfirmaet Schjødt
RUSELØKKVEIEN 14-16
PO BOX 2444 SOLLI
0201 OSLO
Norway

Work Department

Mergers & Acquisitions, Tax

Position

Partner, Head of Taxation, Head of Corporate Advisory and Transactions

Career

Cecilie joined Schjødt as a partner in 2000. She specializes in corporate and international tax, as well as general corporate law.

Cecilie was educated at the Faculty of Law of the University of Oslo. Before joining Schjødt, she was a partner at the law firm Det Midtnorske Advokatkontor and an associate at the law firm Vaagland. Cecilie has extensive experience in corporate and international taxation, as well as corporate law, with a particular focus on establishment and optimization of corporate- and tax structures, restructuring and transactions. She has held several board positions in large companies. She presently holds board positions in i.a. Scatech Solar ASA, Moeco Oil and Gas Norge AS and Pellerin AS.

Cecilie heads the Law Society’s Tax Law Committee, and she is also a member of the Government’s Expert Committee for the Investigation of Tax Advisers’ Duty to Disclose.

Languages

Norwegian, English

Education

Candidate in Jurisprudence, University of Oslo, 1989

Lawyer Rankings

Norway > Tax

(Leading individuals)

Cecilie Amdahl Advokatfirmaet Schjødt

Corporate tax expert Morten Sandli heads up the tax practice at Advokatfirmaet Schjødt, which is very well known for its capabilities in international corporate tax structuring matters. Real estate tax issues, transfer pricing mandates and cross-border transactions remain prominent in the group’s workload, which also takes in litigation and tax due diligence. Cecilie Amdahl advises oil and gas, real estate, media and financial sector clients on international and corporate tax work, and Hugo Matre is a key contact for tax litigation. Other key practitioners include Jana Johnsen, who handles corporate, personal and international tax, and VAT expert Trond Larsen. Marius Sollund left the firm in 2021.