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Erik Dreijer


CMS Wistrand
Mårten Krakowgatan 2
411 04 Göteborg
Languages English, Swedish

Erik Dreijer is a partner at CMS Wistrand and advises on national and international tax. He specializes in tax questions related to business establishments in Sweden, permanent establishments, crypto currency and energy taxes. He also specializes in interactions with the Swedish tax authorities, e.g. during tax audits, and in connection with tax disputes and tax litigations before Swedish courts. Erik Dreijer represents a diverse clientele, including companies active within the Swedish recycling and energy business.

Erik Dreijer joined CMS Wistrand in 2011 and became a partner in 2020 at CMS Wistrand.

Professional experience 

  • Partner, CMS Wistrand, 2020- 
  • Senior Associate, Wistrand Advokatbyrå, 2014-2019 
  • Associate, Wistrand Advokatbyrå, 2011-2014 
  • Tax Consultant, Haglund & Partners, 2003-2011 
  • Internship, Loyens & Loeff, Rotterdam and Brussels, 2002
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Relevant experience

  • Assisted one of the major players within the Swedish recycling industry in tax audits concerning corporate tax in general and excise duties on fuel in particular.
  • Regularly advises Swedish clients on issues related to excise duties on fuel and electricity.
  • Assisted several international clients in connection with tax questions related to the establishment of companies in Sweden and the relocation of personnel to Sweden.
  • Assisted clients in tax audits and tax litigation concerning the taxation of cryptocurrency.
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Memberships & Roles

  • Swedish Bar Association, 2014
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Awards & Rankings

  • PUBLICATIONS: Taxation of benefits - actual utilisation or right of disposal, Skattenytt 2008 s. 758
  • Taxation of experts - a more liberal approach to the concept of experts, Skattenytt 2009 s. 734.
  • The concept of "manufacturing process" in the energy tax area - new narrower interpretation by the Swedish Tax Agency?, Skattenytt 2014 s. 627.
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  • LL.M., Lund University, 2002
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