Welcome to our new colleagues

September brought two new faces to our team. Aalborg University students, Dorr Hamadi and Nicoline Nielsen, will be working with us as Tax Trainees in the Delivery Team.
Crossbord's new tax trainees Dorr Hamadi and Nicoline Nielsen posing for a photo

International tax talents

Dorr and Nicoline are both studying Administration and Commercial Law at Aalborg University at their 7th and 9th semester, respectively. Here Nicoline has already experienced  Magnus Vagtborg and Jacob Krushave as (award-winning) associate professors, and soon Dorr will get the pleasure as well.

Both have mentioned, on separate occasions, that they find international tax interesting and exciting. In the team, we are all excited that Dorr and Nicoline decided to apply for positions at Crossbord, and we are looking forward to working together. 

Crossbord tax trainee Dorr Hamadi smiling in a blue blazer with her arms crossed
Crossbord tax trainee Nicoline Nielsen smiling at the camera

Learning from the best

As tax trainees Dorr and Nicoline will be working closely with the entire delivery team. They have already had their first day at work as can be seen in the picture below, where our consultant, Mathias Kallehauge, is providing an onboarding session. Interestingly, Mathias himself started his career at Crossbord, and in international tax, as a tax trainee.

Tax consultant Mathias Kallehauge standing in front of an empty whitebord while tax trainees Dorr Hamadi and Nicoline Nielsen looks at him

latest news

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Time Registration Act to come into force July 2024

On the 8th of November 2023, a legislative proposal was presented in the Danish parliament on mandatory registration of employees’ working hours. The legislative proposal has been adopted and will come into force on 1 July 2024.

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Sustainable work life

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