Mrs Cathrine Bjerke Dalheim > KPMG Law Advokatfirma AS, Norway > Oslo, Norway > Lawyer Profile

KPMG Law Advokatfirma AS, Norway
Sørkedalsveien 6
P. O. Box 7000
0306 Oslo
Norway

Work Department

Global Mobility Services

Position

Attorney-at-law/Partner Cathrine Bjerke Dalheim is the Head of Global Mobility Services in Norway and is the engagement partner on numerous global clients. She has more than 19 years of experience with cross-border employments. She has worked with global mobility since 1998. She started working in KPMG in 2000, and prior to this, she worked at Norsk Hydro ASA, Corporate Expatriate Services.

Since 2004, she has built a separate service, specialized in assisting foreign companies with temporary business activities in Norway, hereunder payroll, preparation of tax computation, assessment of reporting and employer’s contribution requirements, correct use of codes, application for ID-cards etc. The team assists numerous global clients, both foreign and Norwegian HQ based. During her years in KPMG, she has had different roles in KPMG, such as Head of Markets for the firm, COB for the tax practice and member of the Executive Committee.

Career

2008 – Present day: Partner/Attorney-at-law, KPMG Law Advokatfirma AS
2000 – 2008: Attorney at law, KPMG Advokatfirma AS
1998 – 1999: Consultant, Norsk Hydro 

Languages

  • Norwegian
  • English
  • German

Memberships

Norwegian Bar Association

Education

Candidate of Jurisprudence, University of Oslo (1996)

Lawyer Rankings

Norway > Tax

The tax team at KPMG Law Advokatfirma AS, Norway ‘is highly regarded in the Norwegian market‘. The full-service department has solid expertise across the full range of tax matters, and counts finance, real estate, shipping, technology, offshore and oil and gas among its core sector strengths. Key practitioners include managing partner Cathrine Bjerke Dalheim, who heads up the global mobility services group; indirect tax expert Oddgeir Kjørsvik; the ‘extremely skilful and client-orientedThor Leegaard, who excels in M&A matters; and Anders H. Liland, who handles tax litigation, international tax and company law work. Other names include Jan Samuelsen, who focuses on petroleum tax; Per Daniel Nyberg, who is sought after for his expertise in international corporate tax matters; and Svein G. Andresen, who regularly assists with transfer pricing work. Pål-Martin Schreiner, who ‘provides excellent advice on a number of different areas within M&A tax‘, is also a key name to note.