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Henriette Holmen

Deloitte Norway

Dronning Eufemias gate 14
0191 Oslo

Tel: +47 992 50 934
Fax: +47 23 27 96 01

Henriette Holmen, Deloitte Norway, is a senior manager in the mergers and acquisitions practice. She has been with Deloitte since 2008.

Henriette is the M&A tax country leader for Norway, and is also heading the M&A tax service line for Deloitte Norway in the Nordic region.

Henriette has extensive experience working with tax and is particularly focused on domestic and cross-border transactions. She has assisted on multiple transactions for private equity firms and corporate buyers, both buy and sell side. Her experience related to transactions includes tax due diligence, designing and implementing acquisition structures, post-merger integration work as well as advising and designing management incentive plans.

Besides heading the Norwegian M&A tax team, Henriette has experience with day-to-day advising and long-term tax planning for large Norwegian corporate clients. Her experience includes designing and implementing cross-border structures, domestic and cross-border reorganisations as well as assisting with tax controversy towards the Norwegian tax authorities. She also assists multinational corporations with structuring of their inbound investments into Norway. Henriette has worked for a wide variety of industries, including the financial industry, tourism, oil and gas, and technology.

Henriette frequently holds internal and external seminars on tax related topics. She is an attorney-at-law and holds a master's degree in law from the University of Oslo. She is a member of the Norwegian Bar Association.

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