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Dag Thomas Hansson

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Contact
CMS Kluge Advokatfirma AS
Bryggegata 6
NO-0250 Oslo
PO Box 1548 Vika
NO-0117 Oslo
Norway
Languages Norwegian, English

Dag Thomas Hansson is an experienced finance lawyer and assists CMS Kluge's clients in negotiating and preparing documentation in connection with a wide range of financing solutions. He has particular expertise in acquisition finance representing investors, borrowers and lenders. In recent years, Hansson has assisted a number of direct lenders with financing of acquisitions in Norway. He has also worked on several project finance deals in the Norwegian market including in connection with infrastructure development and wind farm project development.

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Relevant experience

  • 2019 - Partner, CMS Kluge Advokatfirma AS (prev. Kluge Advokatfirma AS)
  • 2015 - 2019 Partner, DLA Piper Norway
  • 2013 - 2015 Senior Lawyer, Schjødt
  • 2005 - 2013 Senior Associate, Thommessen
  • 2005 Associate, Bull & Co Advokatfirma
  • 2002 Legal practitioner, Nordic Trustee
  • 2001 - 2002 Senior Executive Officer, Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate
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Awards & Rankings

Hansson is recommended by Legal 500 within the categories Insolvency and corporate recovery, Banking and finance and Capital markets. 

Dag Thomas Hansson has a very pragmatic and structured approach, avoiding making matters more complicated than necessary.
Legal 500, testimonials, Banking and financce 2023

Dag Thomas Hansson has, for several years, been recognized in the Norwegian banking and finance market in both Chambers and Legal 500.

Dag Thomas Hansson advises on acquisition and project finance transactions. He also has experience in refinancing mandates. One client says: "He is quick at getting back to me, dedicates all the time required and is thorough."
Chambers Global, 2022

 

 

 

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Education

  • 2003 - 2004 Master of Business Administration, Copenhagen Business School
  • 2000 LL.M. (international trade law), Bond University, Australia
  • 2000 Master of Laws, University of Oslo
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17/10/2023
The Renewable Energy Law Review
The Renewable Energy Law Review CMS Kluge, represented by Camilla Grytten, Dag Thomas Hansson, Beate Kathrine Berge, Maria Hurlen and Rebekka Asbjørnsen, have contributed to this year's edition of the...
18/05/2023
5G regulation and law in Norway
1. What is the state of 5G deployment in your country? 5G deployment is advanced, with the latest available public data showing that 82% of households were covered as of 30 June 2022. About 46% of households...
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15/02/2022
Norwegian offshore wind – what comes next?
The government’s internal disagreement over hybrid cables aside, Norway will later this year launch its first tender for bottom-fixed offshore wind turbines in the North Sea. In a speech delivered...
10/02/2022
Norwegian offshore wind – what comes next?
The government’s internal disagreement over hybrid cables aside, Norway will later this year launch its first tender for bottom-fixed offshore wind turbines in the North Sea. In a speech delivered...
05/10/2021
CMS advises Mowi on entering into a new EUR 1.8 billion sus­tain­ab­il­ity-linked...
Frankfurt/Main – Mowi ASA, a world-leading Norwegian food company in the seafood sector, refinanced its existing bank facility with a EUR 1.8 billion five-year secured revolving credit facility. The...
24/09/2021
Kluge has advised Mowi ASA with the entering into a new EUR 1,800 million...
Kluge has acted as lead legal counsel for Mowi ASA (Mowi) in connection with the refinancing of Mowi’s existing bank facility with a EUR 1,800 million five-year secured revolving credit facility with...
11/06/2021
No news on financing of offshore wind installations
Financial capacity and financing plan among prequalification criteria for licence applicants, but no framework outlined for taking security by lenders.Today, Friday 11 June 2021, the Norwegian prime minister...
20/01/2021
Power purchase agreements in Norway – legal pitfalls and future potential
Last year the Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate launched a report prepared by Copenhagen Economics, analyzing the recent development in long-term power trading in Norway. The report shows...