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Norway

Morten Beck


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Advokatfirmaet PwC

PwC Bygget, Bjørvika

Dronning Eufemias gate 8

N-0191 Oslo

Norway

Tel: +47 95260650

Email: morten.beck@no.pwc.com

Website: pwc.com/taxcontroversy

Morten Beck is an advocate and director at Advokatfirmaet PricewaterhouseCoopers in Norway. Morten is the country transfer pricing leader.

Morten has a career spanning 34 years starting as tax consultant and head of division at the Directorate of Taxes in Norway, as tax partner with Arthur Andersen and since 1994 as an international tax and transfer pricing partner at PwC in Norway. From July 1 2013 Morten has retired from his role as international tax partner and continues as a director.

Morten has substantial experience in advising multinational corporations (MNCs) on international tax matters, and assisting companies in their efforts to efficiently manage and resolve tax audits. Morten frequently assist clients in concluding non-binding advance agreements with the Norwegian Tax Authorities with respect to intra-group sale of IP and other assets as well as change of business model.

Morten has for many years been described as a leading tax expert in Norway by International Tax Review and Chambers. Morten is admitted to practice before the courts in Norway.

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Hans Martin Jørgensen


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Deloitte Norway

Dronning Eufemias gate 14

Oslo, 0103

Norway

Tel: +47 994 46 061

Email: hjorgensen@deloitte.no

Website: www.deloitte.com

Hans Martin Jørgensen is the partner leading the Deloitte Norway transfer pricing group. He holds a law degree from the University of Oslo, a degree in business finance, and is admitted to the Bar. He has extensive experience with audit defence primarily within transfer pricing and international tax. He covers all aspect of tax including optimisation and planning as well as quality assurance of transfer pricing models, and documentation. Hans Martin's experience covers a wide range of sectors and industries, serving several of the largest multinational companies in Norway. As part of Deloitte Norway's overall growth strategy, Hans-Martin dedicates significant time to working with our Norwegian practice, and also with Deloitte's global network to develop innovative solutions such as Global Dox, and adjustment to the mid-market, customs and TP-planning, automation of TP documentation and transaction mapping.

Hans Martin regularly lectures to various organisations, businesses and governmental bodies. He has also published several articles on transfer pricing and international tax in both domestic and international magazines.

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Erik Hillestad Aas

KPMG

Einar Bakko

Selmer – Taxand

Ole Henning Mathisen

KPMG

Arild Vestengen

EY

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