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Kim Fosshaug Advokat | Senior Manager

Jeg heter Kim Fosshaug og har vært ansatt i Advokatfirmaet PwC siden 2008. Jeg arbeider som fast advokat tilknyttet bedriftsskattegruppen, og kjernekompetansen min består blant annet av internasjonal beskatning og beskatning av finansielle instrumenter. Jeg bistår særlig nasjonale og internasjonale investeringsselskaper, finansieringsforetak og andre FS-relaterte enheter i spørsmål knyttet til internasjonal beskatning, regulatorisk jus knyttet til FS-sektoren, samt EU/ EØS-rettslige spørsmål.

Jeg bistår også generelt i saker som vedrører både nasjonal og internasjonal beskatning og selskapsrett, herunder restruktureringer, korrespondanse med ligningsmyndigheter og andre myndigheter, og ligningstekniske spørsmål .

My name is Kim Fosshaug and I have been working at PwC Tax & Legal Services since 2008.

I work as a lawyer in the Corporate tax group, and my core competence includes international taxation and taxation of financial instruments.

In particular, I assist domestic and international investment companies and other FS-related entities in issues related to international taxation, regulatory law related to the FS sector, as well as tax treaty and EU/ EEA legal issues.

I also assist on general tax issues that relate to both national and international taxation and corporate law, including but not limited to cross border and domestic restructurings, correspondence with the tax authorities and other authorities, and other technical questions.


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New requirements for applying a reduced dividend withholding tax rate

By Kim Fosshaug Advokat | Senior Manager , 08-Nov-2017 10:00:00

 

On January 1 2018, Norway introduces new requirements for applying a reduced or zero withholding tax rate on dividend distributions to non-resident shareholders.  Please see below for a high level introduction and review of the new requirements and what actions that must be undertaken by you as a shareholder or distributing entity in order to meet the new requirements.

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Areas of interest: Corporate tax

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