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Eija Kuivisto


Senior Manager

PricewaterhouseCoopers Oy


+358 (0)20 787 7876

Languages: Finnish, English, Swedish


Eija Kuivisto has long and exhaustive experience on taxation. She is specialized in corporate taxation, but also has experience with other taxes. She is a well know litigator, regularly assisting clients with their domestic and international tax processes and appeals. Eija also heads PwC teams in numerous M&A projects.

Recent matter highlights

  • Successful completion of multilateral MAP

  • Assistance with bilateral APA processes

  • Assistance with tax audit defence and tax audit support processes

Practice areas

APAs, Transactions, Audit defence, Dispute resolution, Litigation, Corporate taxes

Sector specialisations

Healthcare, Industrials, Investment management, Real estate

Association memberships

International Fiscal Association, Finnish Branch

Association of Finnish Tax Advisors

Academic qualifications

LL.M., University of Helsinki, 1990

Trained at the Bench, Helsinki District Court, 1998


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