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Cathrine Bjerke Dalheim

KPMG Huset / KPMG Law Advokatfirma

Sørkedalsveien 6

0306 Oslo


Tel: +47 4063 9055



Cathrine Bjerke Dalheim is an attorney-at-law. She is a partner in KPMG Law Advokatfirma and head of global mobility services in Norway. She has more than 17 years of experience with cross-border employments. She has worked with global mobility since 1998.

She started working for KPMG in 2000 and, before this, she worked at Norsk Hydro, corporate expatriate services.

The global mobility services team is specialised in advising employers and employees on global mobility, cross-border business trips and short-term and long-term secondments. Her field of expertise covers international tax and social security planning, cost projection, strategic HR and policy advice, employment law, and pension and insurance related topics.

Cathrine has substantial experience in advising multinational corporations, headquartered both inside and outside of Norway, on international tax matters. Through her deep and varied experience with strategic global mobility, she also has knowledge within corporate tax, transfer pricing and VAT, enabling her to evaluate risk exposure under the different employment structures.

Since 2004, she has built a separate service, specialised in assisting foreign companies with temporary business activities in Norway and the services comprise of handling all employers' obligations such as payroll, registration of employees, immigration, corporate tax compliance, VAT representation and so on.

During her years in KPMG, she has covered different roles, such as head of markets for the firm, COB for the law firm and being a member of the Executive Committee.

Cathrine is admitted to practise before the courts in Norway.




Tonje Christin Norrvall

KPMG Law Advokatfirma

Sørkedalsveien 6

0306 Oslo


Tel: +47 4063 9223


Tonje Christin Norrvall is attorney-at-law and partner in KPMG Law Advokatfirma, as well as taking the lead on international private clients (IPC).

Tonje has more than 27 years of experience with tax and global mobility, starting as consultant and group leader with the Norwegian tax authorities, as tax manager with Norske Shell and, since 2003, tax partner at KPMG in Norway.

Tonje has substantial experience in advising multinational corporations on international tax and social security aspects, as well as in executive remuneration planning and preparation of incentive plans. She also gives advisory services to high net worth individuals. Tonje assists clients in concluding non-binding advice agreements with the Norwegian tax authorities with respect to share transactions.

Tonje has vast experience as the lead partner on numerous global engagements. She is also an experienced speaker and a board member of KPMG.

Tonje is admitted to practice before the courts in Norway.


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