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Sweden

Mattias Fri

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Partner

Svalner Skatt & Transaktion

Stockholm

+46-8-528 01 250

mattias.fri@svalner.se

www.svalner.se

Languages: Swedish, English

Biography

Mattias Fri, a founding partner at Svalner with nearly 20 years' experience working with VAT matters, heads the firm's indirect tax team. Clients include banks, fund managers, finance-, communication- and media companies. He is the Swedish member of the European VAT Club and a member of the European Commission's VAT Expert Group.

Practice areas

Transactions, Litigation, International tax advisory, VAT

Sector specialisations

Financial services, Aviation, Banking, Insurance and Investment management

Association memberships

VAT club Europe

EU Commission VAT Expert Group

Academic qualifications

Master of Laws (LL.M.), Stockholm University 1995

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Accounting, Stockholm University 1996

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Ulrika Grefberg

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Partner

Svalner Skatt & Transaktion

Stockholm

+46-76-899 69 10

ulrika.grefberg@svalner.se

www.svalner.se

Languages: Swedish, English

Biography

Ulrika Grefberg, Partner at Svalner in Stockholm, has 20+ years' experience advising on VAT, tax M&A, tax rulings and litigation. Ulrika advises some of Sweden's leading corporate and government clients in all aspects of indirect tax. She is also an appreciated lecturer and regularly leads training sessions on a variety of tax aspects.

Practice areas

VAT, Customs, Excise Duties, Litigation, State Aid

Sector specialisations

Energy, Healthcare, Media, Transport, Investment management

Association memberships

VAT Group

WTS

Academic qualifications

Master of Laws, Uppsala University, 1990

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Emil Virhammar

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Partner

Svalner Skatt & Transaktion

Stockholm

+46-8-528 01 250

emil.virhammar@svalner.se

www.svalner.se

Languages: Swedish, English

Biography

Emil Virhammar has been part of Svalner's indirect tax practice since 2007. He has extensive experience as adviser on VAT and other indirect taxes.

Emil's particular strength lies within the areas of real estate and construction as well as energy, telecoms and international trade.

Practice areas

Audit defence, Audit support, Litigation, VAT, Customs

Sector specialisations

Construction and materials, Energy, Healthcare, Real estate, Tech and telecoms

Association memberships

VAT Club Europe

WTS

Academic qualifications

LL.M (Master of Laws), Uppsala University, 1999

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Joachim Agrell

Deloitte Sweden

Lina Engman

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Mattias Fri

Svalner

Ulrika Grefberg

Svalner

Lars Henckel

PwC

Ylva Hestreus

Deloitte Sweden

Tomas Karlsson

EY

Jan Kleerup

Svalner

Susann Lundström

KPMG

Royne Schiess

EY

Pär Sundberg

Skeppsbron Skatt

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Svalner

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