Bjørnholm Law is actively involved in numerous transfer pricing controversies before all levels of the Danish courts, as well as before the Danish tax tribunal. The firms two partners, Nikolaj Bjørnholm and Bodil Tolstrup, act in all dispute cases.
The firm has acted for Essity before the Danish tribunal against the claim by the authorities that the multinational parent company of a loss-incurring Danish company should reimburse the losses incurred by the Danish subsidiary following the closure of the Danish production plant and alleged transfer of intangible or tangible assets from the Danish subsidiary.
CORIT Advisory is a law firm that offers transfer pricing expertise to a number of clients. The firm assists its clients in aspects of transfer pricing formulation, documentation, implementation and APA filing and negotiations. Katja Dyppel Weber is the senior transfer pricing lawyer at the firm.
CORIT Advisory assisted Widex during their merger with Sivantos on all of the transfer pricing arrangements and structuring that was necessary during the merger.
Deloitte has a sizeable team of transfer pricing professionals in Denmark, advising on a variety of transfer pricing matters, including business restructuring, documentation, transaction policy and MAPs/APAs. Asger Mosegaard Kelstrup is the partner in charge of Deloitte's transfer pricing team in Denmark.
Deloitte recently assisted a large electronics business during a merger with a competitor on the transfer pricing regulation and the best structure to be implemented during and following the merger, including analysis and consideration of the R&D projects of the companies.
The EMEIA Tax Center at EY is organised as a supranational entity covering the entire Europe, Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA) region, with its Intercompany Effectiveness Platform, Solutions & Intelligence and operational transfer pricing practice serving clients’ needs across all jurisdictions.
Led by well-recognised, Oslo-based partner Sveinung Baumann-Larsen, the operational transfer pricing team brings together multi-disciplinary experience and resources focusing on IT, accounting, and tax from the entire region to bring to bear in its work. This work covers some of the leading global companies in their respective fields and includes those involved in retail and consumer products, energy and pharmaceuticals.
KPMG advises on all aspects of transfer pricing matters, with a full team of Denmark-based economists and lawyers capable of conducting all necessary analysis and advising on transfer pricing policy implementation. The firm also deals with transfer pricing disputes as well as discussions with the authorities regarding MAPs and APAs. The transfer pricing department is led by a team of partners, including senior figures Henrik Lund, Simon Schaadt and Martin Nielsen.
Plesner is known as one of the leaders in tax litigation and the same is true of the firm’s transfer pricing team. It does not handle the creation or implementation of transfer pricing policies, instead using its knowledge of transfer pricing regulation to assist in negotiations with authorities and transfer pricing litigation.
The firm has acted on behalf of one of the largest oil refining companies with an adjustment lodged by the tax authorities following the alleged transfer of IP rights. It has recently won a similar case before the national tax tribunal regarding the valuation of IP rights made by the authorities in an transfer of rights between Denmark and the USA.
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