Mr Jan Samuelsen > 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

  • Corporate Tax
  • Petroleum Tax

Position

Attorney-at-law/Partner Jan Samuelsen has more than 30 years experience working with oil and gas tax issues, both as head of tax for ExxonMobil and as an independent lawyer. Jan Samuelsen is the author of the book “A guide to Norwegian Petroleum Taxation”, and has written a number of articles within petroleum tax and transfer pricing and worked with tax policy issues on behalf of industry groups.

Career

2009 – Present day: Attorney-at-law/Partner, KPMG Law Advokatfirma AS
2003 – 2009 Independent consultant and Partner/Attorney-at-law, Harboe
2000 – 2003 Director, PWC
1991 – 2000 Head of tax, Exxon Norge
1987 – 1991: Senior Tax Advisor, Exxon Norge and Exxon International (USA)
1986 – 1987 Deputy Judge, Heggen og Frøland
1984 – 1986: Tax Advisor, Exxon Norge and Exxon International (USA)

Languages

  • Norwegian
  • English

Memberships

  • Norwegian Bar Association
  • International Fiscal Association

Education

Candidate of Jurisprudence, University of Oslo (1984)

Lawyer Rankings

Norway > Tax

KPMG Law Advokatfirma AS, Norway provides ‘sustainable solutions to business-critical matters’ and has ‘unique competence in interpreting complex tax questions’. With substantial expertise in the oil and gas, offshore, energy, real estate, technology and finance sectors, the full-service practice excels in the full spectrum of tax mandates with particular expertise in corporate tax, transfer pricing, indirect tax, litigation and tax planning matters. Across the group’s multiple focus areas, Cathrine Bjerke Dalheim leads the global mobility services team, Svein G. Andresen leads on transfer pricing mandates, Per Daniel Nyberg focuses on international tax, Thor Leegaard acts on M&A work, and Oddgeir Kjørsvik handles indirect tax issues. Anders H. Liland is the key contact for tax litigation and Jan Samuelsen excels in petroleum tax work.