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KPMG Law Advokatfirma, Norway Offices
POSTBOKS 7000 MAJORSTUA
KPMG Law Advokatfirma, Norway > The Legal 500 Rankings
Tax Tier 1
With 'substantial experience in tax at both a theoretical and a practical level', KPMG Norway advises on international and domestic tax issues across corporate tax, transfer pricing, VAT and indirect tax, and tax litigation. The group recently represented Marine Harvest in a dispute relating to whether a loss on a receivable in a Vietnamese group was fully tax deductible; other clients include Chevron, Glamox and Fred Olsen. Key names include managing partner Per Ivar Skinstad, transfer pricing expert Svein G. Andresen, international tax specialist Thor Leegaard, Oddgeir Kjørsvik, who handles indirect tax, and Fredrik Klebo-Espe, who focuses on M&A-related mandates.
Real estate Tier 4
KPMG Norway counts domestic and international investors, individuals and funds as clients (examples include Bryn Eiendom, Coop and Bate) and is noted for its expertise in VAT and tax-related real estate work. Noteworthy individuals include Ola Mæle, Per Daniel Nyberg, VAT expert Jan Ove Fredlund and managing partner Per Ivar Skinstad, who leads the practice.
KPMG Law Advokatfirma, Norway > Firm Profile
KPMG Law Advokatfirma AS was established in 1996 as an independent law firm and a member of the KPMG international network of member firms. The firm has more than 100 legal professionals, including 22 partners. KPMG Law Advokatfirma offers a wide range of tax and legal services, and assists companies manage the complexities of international business.
KPMG Law Advokatfirma AS is a full-service tax practice and a leading Norwegian law firm within international and domestic corporate tax and personnel tax, transfer pricing, VAT and indirect taxes, company and business law, and EU/EEA tax-related matters in addition to litigation and administrative appeal processes.
Across the global network of KPMG member firms, professionals work collaboratively with corporations to develop approaches that meet the unique needs of the clients. KPMG professionals have a ‘thinking beyond borders’ approach with the aim to deliver long-lasting value to clients and communities. The firm is passionate about building trusting, long-lasting business relationships and delivering broad-ranging approaches to help meet the clients’ business needs.
Because the firm’s tax and legal professionals take the time to understand business issues, support may be drawn from across a variety of multidisciplinary specialist service lines and networks, and at the same time from the experience and knowledge of audit and advisory colleagues. Such approaches help clients respond to their existing local and international tax and legal issues and drive additional value.
KPMG Law Advokatfirma AS has clients ranging from large international groups to medium-sized and small businesses, including family-owned, private equity-owned and listed enterprises. The firm leverages the vast knowledge, skills and experience across its global network of firms to help clients identify and address their most complex business problems with confidence. Through the experience and knowledge of the firm’s professionals and client work, it has built extensive insights into many industries and sectors, especially upstream petroleum, drilling, offshore oil services, real estate, power and utilities, IT/technology, financial sector, seafood and private equity.
Main areas of practice
KPMG Law Advokatfirma AS offer a wide range of domestic and international tax and legal services with dedicated professionals.
Deals Advisory, Mergers and Acquisitions Tax: The firm works with clients to identify the building blocks underpinning the business case that need to be tested in the due diligence process and beyond. A range of M&A tax services to corporate and private equity investors to help with domestic and cross-border transactions is offered. With strong sector knowledge and an experienced global network, the firm helps organisations navigate through every stage of a transaction.
Global Mobility Services: In a rapidly changing work environment, the number of cross-country employments and business travels are constantly increasing. Increased globalisation represents significant talent development possibilities, but also requires that the employees and the employers handle all tax, social security, immigration and employment law matters correctly as legislation varies from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. The specialised team in global mobility services assists companies with policy advice, preparation of employment contracts, social security planning, tax evaluation advice and clarification of immigration requirements. Clients are provided with up-front planning advice necessary to make informed decisions, as well as complying with all requirements connected with cross-border employees and business travellers.
Business law: KPMG provides a wide range of business law services in several jurisdictions. In particular it has vast experience in the fields of M&A, domestic and international labour law and real estate.
Indirect Tax Services: The firm offers a range of indirect tax services from advisory to governance process and technology, analytics and compliance.
Dispute Resolution & Controversy: The firm assists clients to protect against, prepare for, and resolve disputes with tax authorities in addition to MAP/APA.
Tax technology: Technology can help effectively to manage tax and provide efficient compliance and validation activity in order to focus on more effective management of risk. KPMG provides tax tech, tools and data analytics services across direct and indirect tax.
|Global mobility||Cathrine Bjerke Dalheim|
|Global transfer pricing services||Svein G. Andresen|
|International Corporate Tax||Thor Leegaard|
|Deals Advisory, M&A Tax||Fredrik Klebo-Espe|
|Global indirect tax services||Oddgeir Kjørsvik|
|Global legal services||Per Ivar Skinstad|
|Global compliance management services||Erik Hillestad Aas|
|Immigration services||Per Tore Kraby Lock|
|Oil & Gas Tax||Jan Samuelsen|
|Financial services tax||Thor Leegaard|
|Dispute Resolution & Controversy Services||Anders H. Liland|
|Tax transformation||Per Daniel Nyberg|
|Global R&D incentives||Anders H. Liland|
|Renewable Energy||Per Daniel Nyberg|
|Tax Technology||Jan Ove Fredlund|
|Mr Erik Hillestad Aas||View Profile|
|Mr Torbjørn Amundsen||View Profile|
|Mr Svein G. Andresen||View Profile|
|Mrs Gjertrud H. Behringer||View Profile|
|Mr Stig Bjørklund||View Profile|
|Mrs Cathrine Bjerke Dalheim||View Profile|
|Mr Jan Ove Fredlund||View Profile|
|Mr Oddgeir Kjørsvik||View Profile|
|Mr Fredrik Klebo-Espe||View Profile|
|Mr Thor Leegaard||View Profile|
|Mr Pedro S. Leite||View Profile|
|Mr Anders H. Liland||View Profile|
|Mr Per Tore Kraby Lock||View Profile|
|Mr Ola Mæle||View Profile|
|Mrs Tonje Christin Norrvall||View Profile|
|Mr Per Daniel Nyberg||View Profile|
|Mr Jan-Åge Nymoen||View Profile|
|Mr Jan Samuelsen||View Profile|
|Mr Jørn I. Sandnes||View Profile|
|Mr Per Ivar Skinstad||View Profile|
|Mr Trond Skjelbreid||View Profile|
|Mrs Anne Tengs-Pedersen||View Profile|