Dittmar & Indrenius


Pohjoisesplanadi 25 A
FI-00100, Helsinki

+358 9 681 700

+358 9 652 406

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Managing Partner: Anders Carlberg
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Number of lawyers: 57
Languages: English, Finnish, French, German, Norwegian, Swedish, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian

Dittmar & Indrenius is a leading Finnish law firm established in 1899. 

Since 1899 we have been engineering landmark transactions, solving major disputes and been there for our clients in times of significant change, even revolutions. With our reputation for high-end expertise from industry-defining deals from each decade, we have earned the trust of an impressive list of clients.

We serve our clients in three core service areas: Transactions, Disputes, Innovations with our client-centric Powerhouse method. Powerhouses are client-centric hubs of high-end expertise and experience from landmark cases. Seamlessly connected teams support our clients in achieving their objectives and growth.

"Provided excellent advice, always ensuring accurate, straightforward and constructive advice in complex transactions. The experienced team […] are easy to work with and soon to reply. I would place Dittmar ahead of other leading firms for their constructive solutions and easy-to-work-with attitude."

  • M&A & Private Equity
  • Finance & Capital Markets
  • Tax & Structuring 
  • Energy, Infrastructure & Natural Resources
  • Real Estate, Construction & Environment
  • Corporate Advisory, Compliance & CSR
  • Competition & Public Procurement

Banking and finance & Capital Markets:
Juha-Pekka Mutanen

Hanna-Mari Manninen

Corporate and M&A:
Jan Ollila

Wilhelm Eklund

Energy and infrastructure:
Mikko Eerola

  • D&I advised Telenor on its acquisition of a majority stake in DNA Plc, the Finnish telecom operator.
  • D&I advised Anamered Investments, an investment vehicle owned by Mr. Chip Wilson, on the Finnish law aspects of the announced EUR 4.6 billion public tender offer for all the shares in Amer Sports Corporation by Mascot Bidco Oy. The offer is the largest public tender offer ever for a Finnish listed company.