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Borenius

ETEL√ĄESPLANADI 2, 00130 HELSINKI, FINLAND
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Work +358 20 713 33
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Fax +358 20 713 3499
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Web:
www.borenius.com

Saara Paronen

Tel:
Work +358 20 713 3213
Email:
Web:
www.borenius.com/people/saara-paronen/
Borenius

Work Department

Real Estate & Construction

Position

Partner Saara Paronen advises clients on real-estate and construction law. Her scope includes real estate transactions, real estate development projects, and construction projects,
as well as legal questions relating to the use and maintenance of real property. She has also represented numerous clients in disputes regarding construction contracts,
sales of real estate and real estate companies, and other real estate projects.
Saara heads the firm’s Real Estate team.

Career

Before joining Borenius Attorneys Ltd Saara worked in another Finnish law firm, focusing solely on assignments in the real estate and construction sector. In addition, Saara has worked as a Trainee at Helsinki District Court from 2000 to 2001. Saara has been a Partner at Borenius Attorneys Ltd since 2016.

Languages

Finnish, English, Swedish

Education

Bar Admissions 2008, Helsinki, Finland; Trained on the bench 2001, District Court of Helsinki, Finland; Master of Laws 1997, University of Helsinki, Finland


Finland

Real estate and construction

Within: Leading individuals

Saara Paronen - Borenius

Within: Real estate and construction

Borenius' real estate group recently advised¬†Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing on its¬†‚ā¨97m acquisition of a residential real estate portfolio and assisted Citycon with the sale of a shopping center portfolio. Taaleri and YIT are also clients.¬†Saara Paronen¬†leads the practice and specialises in construction-related work, while¬†Ari Kaarakainen¬†and¬†Christian Fogelholm¬†are the key names for transactional work.

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  • Court ruling on the Finnish CFC legislation

    The Finnish CFC legislation implies that a Finnish company may be subject to income tax for its share of the profit of a CFC regardless of whether these profits are distributed by the CFC to its shareholders or not. A CFC is defined as a foreign corporation owned and controlled by a Finnish tax resident that pays income tax in its domicile at a rate less than 60% of the Finnish corporate income tax rate.
    - Attorneys at law Borenius Ltd

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