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Bird & Bird snatches up Carl-Magnus Uggla

Bird & Bird has taken on Carl-Magnus Uggla as a partner to head its international tax group.

Uggla has more than 16 years’ experience as an adviser in the field of Swedish and international corporate taxation, with a main focus on complex transactions and structuring.

Uggla specialises in real-estate funds, institutional real-estate owners and listed real-estate companies, with an extended client base that covers local real-estate and construction companies as well as multinational corporations and private equity companies.

Uggla has worked for KPMG, Deloitte, EY and, most recently, Hannes Snellman where he was a specialist partner and headed up the Swedish practice. 

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