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Krogerus welcomes tax trio

Krogerus has recruited three lawyers to its tax practice: Jouni Weckström as counsel and Laura Peni and Sanna Lindqvist as senior associates at the firm’s Finland office.

Weckström has experience in advising on tax litigation and corporate and international tax law. He previously worked as tax counsel for Roschier from 2012, as partner at Bützow from 2009 and, before that, as a tax adviser for Hannes Snellman.

Peni specialises in tax structuring and tax litigation. Before joining Krogerus she was a senior associate at Roschier and, before that, a tax adviser at EY.

Lindqvist also specialises in tax litigation as well as corporate income tax and tax planning. She previously worked for Borenius and KPMG. 

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