Anders Endicott Pedersen

Attorney-at-Law, Partner

Anders Endicott Pedersen is a partner in our Tax Law team, specialising in direct taxes. Anders has extensive experience of advising clients on cross-border taxation, including a number of foreign groups with companies in Denmark.

Moreover, Anders works closely together with Hans Severin Hansen, another partner at Plesner, when preparing large-scale and complex lawsuits involving taxation of businesses.

Anders is also a popular advisor among our other teams, who often involve him in large-scale cases and where he provides tax advisory services to clients in connection with restructuring of businesses, large property transactions and M&As.

Before coming to Plesner, Anders accumulated broad tax law experience through his employment with the Danish National Tax Tribunal and KPMG.

At present, Anders is involved in a series of major group actions, including in particular the transfer pricing cases, the so-called beneficial owner cases involving withholding of dividend and interest tax and cases involving the right to deduct foreign losses.


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    Anders Endicott Pedersen is ranked as a leading individual as regards Tax. Anders Endicott Pedersen advises on tax issues related to transactions, such as joint taxation, as well as withholding tax and transfer pricing disputes. One commentator underlines him as "a practical lawyer offering commercial solutions and a quick response." (2020)
  • Anders Endicott Pedersen is recommended as regards Tax. (2018)

  • Anders Endicott Pedersen is recommended as regards Tax. (2016)
  • Anders Endicott Pedersen has been ranked as a leading individual as regards Tax by Chambers Global as well as by Chambers Europe. "Anders Endicott Pedersen has a background in M&A, which he combines effectively with transactional tax work. Interviewees appreciate his no-nonsense approach to problem solving."  (2013)
  • Anders Endicott Pedersen is listed as a leading individual with respect to Tax. "He assists clients with a range of complicated tax matters."  (2012)
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