Finland

Tuomo Kauttu

Managing Partner of Finnish Practice

Contact Information

Office Information

WTC Helsinki Airport, Aviapolis (Lentäjäntie 3)
FI-01530
Finland

Phone Number

+358 9 3157 4101

Details

Jurisdiction

Finland

Education

University of Helsinki LL.M.

University of Washington LL.M.

Practice Areas

Business Law, Commercial Agreements, Corporate Transactions, Mergers & Acquisitions

Tuomo Kauttu is a partner at Aliant and the head of Aliant practice in Finland. Tuomo is a member of the firms Corporate Practice Group, and he regularly represents corporations with more than 20 years’ experience advising his clients on cross-border business transactions, international projects, technology commerce, mergers & acquisitions, joint ventures, corporate governance and other complex corporate matters. While Tuomo primarily represents large multinational corporations, he also advises emerging growth businesses with exceptional complex legal questions.

Tuomo graduated from the University of Helsinki with a Master of Law degree and received his postgraduate LL.M. from the University of Washington. The focus of the LL.M. program was on corporate law and corporate taxation, mergers & acquisitions, investments, and business planning. With his knowledge of U.S. corporate law, Finnish law and government procedures, Tuomo is able to serve his clients’ local and cross-border legal needs. 

After graduating and court training, Tuomo worked for a bank specializing in corporate finance. Subsequently, he worked as an attorney intern at a New York law firm for one year. Since 1996, he has practiced business law in Helsinki.

Tuomo is a member of the Finnish Bar Association; the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) Commission on Commercial Law and Practice, and IPR Commission; and an associate member of the American Bar Association (ABA) where he serves on both the International Business Law Committee and the Committee on Mergers and Acquisitions. He also serves on the Advisory Group of the Boardman Ltd, a leading organization, developing active ownership and board work competences in Finland. He has published numerous articles and continues to lecture at various institutes in Finland and abroad.

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Tuomo Kauttu is a partner at Aliant and the head of Aliant practice in Finland. Tuomo is a member of the firms Corporate Practice Group, and he regularly represents corporations with more than 20 years’ experience advising his clients on cross-border business transactions, international projects, technology commerce, mergers & acquisitions, joint ventures, corporate governance and other complex corporate matters. While Tuomo primarily represents large multinational corporations, he also advises emerging growth businesses with exceptional complex legal questions.

Tuomo graduated from the University of Helsinki with a Master of Law degree and received his postgraduate LL.M. from the University of Washington. The focus of the LL.M. program was on corporate law and corporate taxation, mergers & acquisitions, investments, and business planning. With his knowledge of U.S. corporate law, Finnish law and government procedures, Tuomo is able to serve his clients’ local and cross-border legal needs. 

After graduating and court training, Tuomo worked for a bank specializing in corporate finance. Subsequently, he worked as an attorney intern at a New York law firm for one year. Since 1996, he has practiced business law in Helsinki.

Tuomo is a member of the Finnish Bar Association; the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) Commission on Commercial Law and Practice, and IPR Commission; and an associate member of the American Bar Association (ABA) where he serves on both the International Business Law Committee and the Committee on Mergers and Acquisitions. He also serves on the Advisory Group of the Boardman Ltd, a leading organization, developing active ownership and board work competences in Finland. He has published numerous articles and continues to lecture at various institutes in Finland and abroad.

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