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  • 11-07-2017

    Comments on OECD’s Discussion Draft

    Our IP Valuation service welcomes the opportunity to comment on the OECD’s Discussion Draft on Implementation guidance on hard-to-value intangibles issued on 23 May 2017.

    Copenhagen Economics believes that additional clarifications on the proposed guidance and examples will help mitigate potential misinterpretations from both the taxpayer and the tax administration. It is our opinion that clear and pragmatic guidance on hard-to-value intangibles would represent a further step in the direction of fostering transparency, certainty, and economic soundness.

    Read more comments on OECD’s website
    Download our public discussion draft

    For further information, please contact Hendrik Fügemann

  • 04-07-2017

    New study: How does the Swedish private equity market look?

    Today, the Swedish Private Equity & Venture Capital Association (SVCA) presents our new study, ”Swedish Private Equity Market – A footprint analysis” at Almedalsveckan in Visby, Sweden.

    The analysis investigates how private equity ownership creates value for the Swedish economy and the importance of ownership for Stockholm as a financial center in the Nordic region.

    Learn more about the study
    Learn more about the study on the SVCA's website (Swedish)

    For further information, please contact Sigurd Næss-Schmidt

  • 03-07-2017

    Meet postal expert Anna Möller Boivie at Almedalsveckan

    Wednesday, Anna Möller Boivie participates in a highly topical debate on the future of postal services at Almedalsveckan.

    The seminar is hosted by PostNord and addresses how digitisation affects postal service design and accessibility.

    Join the debate at Clarion Hotell Wisby, Wednesday 5 July at 9.30.

    Other speakers include Håkan Ericsson, President and Group CEO PostNord, Dan Sjöblom; Director General Post & Telecom Authority; Teres Lindberg, Member of Parliament Socialdemokraterna; and Anders Åkesson, Member of Parliament Centerpartiet.

    Learn more about the seminar

    For further information, please contact Anna Möller Boivie

  • 03-07-2017

    Invitation to Opening Reception in Brussels

    We look very much forward to welcoming clients, business partners, and friends to our Opening Reception in Brussels 21 September.

    Prior to the reception, we will co-host a conference addressing the new concept of cyber competition and the challenges this implies for antitrust enforcers.

    Learn more and register

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