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    Erik Landa

    Erik Landa

    Erik Landa has wide experience within business law with emphasis on company law, taxes, VAT and securities law.

    Erik assists in planning, structuring and implementation of transactions and reorganisations, with main emphasis on property business. He also has experience in structuring in the fields of technology, oil and gas as well as hydropower.

    Erik also works with property development, including issues of VAT and taxes.

    In addition, he has wide experience from the Norwegian Financial Supervisory Authority working with securities regulations regarding investor protection, market behaviour (market manipulation and insider trading), obligations of notification for primary insiders, flagging rules, MIFID II, UCITS, and AIF funds.

    Erik has also worked with appeals cases against public authorities within taxation, VAT and infringement of the Securities Trading Act.

    Work experience

    • Partner, Dalan advokatfirma DA, 2023
    • Supervisory adviser, the Norwegian Financial Supervisory Authority (the securities market), 2017–2023
    • Senior lawyer, Advokatfirmaet Grette DA, 2015–2017
    • Director, Advokatfirmaet KPMG Law DA, 2011–2015
    • Senior lawyer, Advokatfirmaet Grette AS, 2010–2011
    • Manager / Trainee lawyer, Ernst & Young, 2007–2010
    • Trainee lawyer, Wiersholm AS, 2006–2007
    • Higher executive officer / adviser, Ministry of Finance – Tax law department, 2000–2006


    • Cand.jur., University of Oslo, 2000


    Erik Landa’s Linkedin profile


    • The Norwegian chapter of Orbitax – Norway Country Chapter
    • The Norwegian chapter of IBFD – Permanent Establishment, 2012–2017
    • The Inward Investment and International Taxation Review, 2011, 2016 og 2017 (Sanders m/fl.): Chapter XX – Norway (with Thomas Alnæs)
    • Skatterett 2004, page 22 et seq: “Ny ettårsregel – skatteloven § 2-1 tiende ledd”
    • Skatterett 2004, page 240 et seq: “Nye regler om skattemessig bosted for fysiske personer”