Synch strengthens Oslo team x2

We are very pleased to announce that Niklas Eriksson and Emil Skjærvø Sætereng is joining the Synch team in Oslo.

Emil holds an LL.M from the University of Tromsø. As a junior lawyer, he will support our clients within the areas of IT-law, Data Protection, Corporate Law and public procurement.

Niklas holds a BBA from BI Norwegian Business School with specialization in advanced managerial accounting and real investment theory. He will be handling the financial management and the management of the administrative processes.

“We’re delighted to welcome Emil and Niklas. They will make a great addition to the team and, with the financial and technology marked growing, it’s an exciting time to join Synch.”, says Thor Beke, Head of Oslo Office.

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