Being active in multiple jurisdictions, you will face many opportunities and challenges. We see many examples of clients being successful in the Nordic Baltic market, and two years ago we formed a dedicated Nordic Baltic group to join forces in all service lines and countries. This strengthens our ambition to unlock our clients’ potential for growth.
During the seminar in Grant Thornton Baltic Tallinn office, we will guide you through the ever-changing tax landscape of the Nordic and Baltic areas. The seminar will comprise the latest developments and trends as well as a review on what a businesses should consider before entering a new market within the Nordic Baltic Area (in terms of entering market, doing business and exit). Relevant and practical transfer pricing issues will also be addressed.
At the seminar on 26 November, you’ll have a rare chance to meet face to face Grant Thornton tax advisors from all the Nordic and Baltic countries to give you a comprehensive overview of tax issues in the region and upcoming tax changes.
The seminar will be held in English.
During the first two hours of the three-hour seminar, our advisors will introduce the regional tax specifics, including via panel discussions. Third hour is for mingling where you can ask professionals about the country you are interested in and get information on more specific tax issues that apply to your business.
If you are unable to attend our office, you can also attend the webinar (Teams live event, moderator and questions/answers available). The webinar link will be sent to you three working days before the seminar.
- Lars Ploen, Tax Partner, Norway
- Laerke Hesselholt, Tax Partner, Denmark
- Henrik Hedberg, Tax Partner, Sweden
- Lars Jernkrok, Director, Tax, Sweden
- Jan-Erik Rae, Tax Partner, Finland
- Kristjan Järve, Tax Partner, Estonia
- Marko Rebane, Transfer Pricing Manager, Estonia
- Vykintas Valiulis, Tax Partner, Lithuania
- Dmitrijs Korovackis, Transfer Pricing Manager, Latvia
- Martins Lubgans, Head of Tax, Latvia
Price and registration
Seminar fee is 39 € + 20% VAT per participant.
Please register by 21 Novmber at the latest, as the number of on-site participants is limited!
To register, please fill in the online registration form, send us an email to email@example.com or call + 372 626 0500.
If you have signed up but are unable to attend for any reason, please let us know by 22 November at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at + 372 626 0500. We can then refund you 50% of the entry fee. Unfortunately, in the event of a later cancellation, the entry fee cannot be refunded as we have taken your participation into account.