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Thomas Andersson

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Deloitte Sweden

Rehnsgatan 11

Stockholm 113 79

Sweden

Tel: +46 75 246 21 11 / +46 733 97 21 11

Email: thandersson@deloitte.se

Thomas Andersson is a Deloitte Sweden partner and a member of the Deloitte Sweden corporate tax team.

Thomas has more than 24 years of professional experience in tax, both as a tax adviser and as a tax inspector. Before joining Deloitte Sweden in 2000, he worked with EY and the Swedish Tax Agency.

Thomas's practice mainly involves tax engagements for larger groups of companies. He works with large global clients, both outbound and inbound. His major projects have included extensive local and international restructuring services and tax-driven transactions, mergers and services.

Thomas was listed in the Guide to the World's Leading Tax Advisers in 2008, 2010 and 2012. In August 2012, Thomas was named by International Tax Review as one of the world's top tax controversy leaders.

Thomas holds a master's degree in business administration and accounting. He is a member of the advisory board to the Tax Academy (the Faculty Course Foundation at Stockholm University) and of the editorial committee of The Swedish Tax Magazine (Svensk Skattetidning). He is a frequent lecturer and panel member at seminars and courses held at Stockholm University.

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Myléne Beiming

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PwC

(Visiting address: Torsgatan 21)

SE-113 97 Stockholm

Sweden

Tel: +46 10 21 33 165

Email: mylene.beiming@se.pwc.com

Website: pwc.com/taxcontroversy

Myléne is a partner at PwC in Stockholm, Sweden. She is a lawyer with more than 20 years of professional experience working with corporate income tax matters, assisting multinationals and middle market corporate clients on structuring, M&A and general domestic and international tax planning.

Myléne is highly experienced with working with major Swedish multinationals. Furthermore, Myléne has wide experience in assisting clients in tax disputes and litigations.

Before joining PwC, Myléne worked at the Swedish tax courts as a deputy judge. She obtained a master of laws degree from the University of Stockholm in 1991.

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Magnus Larsson

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Deloitte Sweden

Rehnsgatan 11

Stockholm 113 79

Sweden

Tel: +46 75 246 21 09 / +46 733 97 73 17

Email: maglarsson@deloitte.se

Magnus Larsson is the lead partner and leader of the compliance and reporting services team for Deloitte Sweden, based in the Stockholm office. Magnus has more than 20 years of experience in tax services. He joined Deloitte in 1989.

Magnus has wide-ranging experience serving multinational clients and their subsidiaries in Sweden and abroad. He assists clients with regard to mergers, acquisitions, restructuring and tax due diligence.

Magnus's experience covers a wide range of sectors and industries. He is focused primarily on matters related to domestic and international corporate tax law as well as general tax consultation. His expertise includes high-level tax consultancy for clients doing business in the consumer, energy and resources, manufacturing, real estate and technology, media and telecommunications industries.

Magnus's role as a judge at the Administrative Court of Appeals also added to his extensive experience in tax litigation.

Recent major projects include: extensive specialisation in in-inbound investments (Sweden and EU countries); extensive local and international restructuring services; and due diligence and tax planning acquisition services.

Magnus is a member of the General Committee at FAR. He has a master's degree in law.

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Lennart Staberg

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PwC

(Visiting address: Torsgatan 21)

SE-113 97 Stockholm

Sweden

Tel: +46 10 213 31 69

Email: lennart.staberg@se.pwc.com

Website: pwc.com/taxcontroversy

Lennart is a lawyer and has been practising for approximately 20 years as a professional tax adviser.

He has extensive experience of Swedish and international corporate taxation. His area of work includes handling tax disputes and resolving tax audits.

Lennart's earlier work history includes positions as assistant judge in civil courts as well as in tax courts, and as a director with the National Board for Advance Tax Rulings.

Lennart has on several occasions been named one of Sweden's leading tax advisers in the independent survey of tax advisers undertaken by International Tax Review.

He obtained a master of laws degree from the University of Uppsala in 1986.

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Per Holstad

Skeppsbron Skatt

Johan Hörberg

EY

Katarina Kuuskoski

Baker & McKenzie

Bo Lindqvist

Baker & McKenzie

Peter Nordquist

Peter Nordquist Advokatbyrå

Mika Punkki

Baker & McKenzie

Joakim Wittkull

Skeppsbron Skatt

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