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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

Casper Herler

Tel:
Work +358 20 713 3288
Email:
Web:
www.borenius.com/people/casper-herler/
Borenius

Work Department

Transactions; Environment and Infrastructure, Mining.

Position

Managing Partner Casper Herler is a strategic adviser to large natural resources, industrial and infrastructure projects. His expertise covers a wide range of issues related to environmental law, natural resources and infrastructure projects. Casper is a specialist on environmental liabilities and constantly advises on the environmental aspects in M&A, financing and capital markets transactions. Clients also recognise him as the leading Finnish mining lawyer. Governmental relations, CSR and social licensing are also part of his field of practice.

Career

Before joining Borenius Attorneys Ltd, Casper was a partner with another law firm. He has also worked at the Ministry of the Environment and has taught environmental law at the University of Helsinki. Casper also has previous experience in legislative work in the field of environmental and mining law and has been a specialist counsel at Pöyry Oyj. Casper has been a partner at Borenius since 2010 and Managing Partner since 2016.

Languages

Swedish, Finnish, English, German.

Member

Finnish Bar Association; International Bar Association; Senior Vice-Chair International Bar Association Mining Law Committee; Finnish Society for Environmental Law; Finnish Association of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers.

Education

LL.M. 2000, University of Helsinki, Finland; Trained on the bench 2001, District court of Vaasa, Finland; LL.D. 2008, University of Helsinki, Finland; Admitted to the Bar 2009, Helsinki Finland.


Finland

Real estate and construction

Within: Leading individuals: Environment

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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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