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2 January 2023

Tobias Riis Steinø joins the Partnership at Moalem Weitemeyer

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We are pleased to announce that Tobias Riis Steinø, attorney-at-law, has become a member of our Firm.

Tobias specializes in corporate tax law and has worked extensively with Danish and international taxation primarily in relation to private equity and M&A transactions.

Tobias has studied and worked in four countries and speaks six languages. Further, he has a degree as a percussionist from Berklee College of Music in Boston.

Tobias lives in Copenhagen with his wife Anne Mette, who is also lawyer, and their three children Naja, Rose and Niels.

”Tobias adds additional top tier transactional and advisory tax capabilities to our Firm, and we are confident that he will bring tremendous value to the partnership and our clients,” says Managing Partner Thomas Weitemeyer.

Thomas Weitemeyer

Managing Partner

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Tobias Riis Steinø


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