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Roschier hires Merja Raunio as senior adviser

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Roschier has appointed Merja Raunio as a senior adviser to its tax and structuring group in Helsinki, Finland.

With more than 25 years of experience in tax law, Raunio is a transfer pricing specialist and has a strong background in corporate tax, with impressive expertise in tax planning and dispute resolution.

Before joining the firm, Raunio was a partner at PwC Finland. She has authored several books on tax and transfer pricing.

This new appointment is a part of Roschier’s ongoing expansion, with Ossi Haapaniemi joining the firm in August. Raunio will be working alongside partner Mika Ohtonen and Haapeniemi when she starts later this month.

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