Eurolawyers is a European law firm based in Stockholm, with offices in Gothenburg and Paris. The firm was founded in 1991 by French lawyer Jean-Jacques Zander, educated in France and Sweden, and member of the French and Swedish Bar Associations.

Eurolawyers provides cross-the-board legal services in Sweden, and offers bespoke solutions for companies needing legal assistance in the Nordics. Our Nordic network enables us to offer clients one point of contact for all activities in Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Norway and Iceland. It also has unique expertise in Swedish-French business relations and cross-border family law, providing legal advice for French companies established in Sweden, and vice versa, as well as private persons.

The company has many years of experience with Swedish-French private international law, and holds unmatched knowledge of Swedish-French inheritance law, tax, real estate and wealth management. Eurolawyers’ clients include global Groups, listed companies, small and medium sized companies and private persons, in industries such as automotive, finance, IT, cosmetics, real estate, etc.


The L'Oréal Paris Brand Division of L’Oréal Sverige is a total beauty care company that combines the latest in technology with the highest in terms of quality for the ultimate in luxury beauty at mass.

L'Oréal Paris is a truly global beauty brand with many internationally renowned products. For most, the name “L'Oréal” is immediately evocative of the brand’s signature phrase, "Because I'm Worth It.”— the concept behind the legendary advertising campaign for the Superior Preference® hair color launch in 1973. Today, it represents the essence of the L'Oréal Paris brand as a whole, a spirit which is about helping every woman embrace her unique beauty while reinforcing her innate sense of self-worth.

As the biggest beauty brand in the world, L'Oréal Paris has an unparalleled commitment to technology, research and innovation, providing groundbreaking, high-quality products for women, men, and children of all ages and ethnicities. L'Oréal Paris is notably dedicated to celebrating the diversity of beauty – the company’s broad range of spokespeople include Andie MacDowell, Diane Keaton, Jennifer Lopez, Eva Longoria, Blake Lively, Laetitia Casta, Freida Pinto, Doutzen Kroes, Aimee Mullins, Lea Michele, Julianne Moore, and Claudia Schiffer.


Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield is the leader in Sweden with 7 shopping centres and a development project in Stockholm. It also owns a shopping centre in Copenhagen, Denmark and in Helsinki, Finland.

Created in 1968, Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield SE is Europe’s largest listed commercial property company, with a presence in 2 continents and in 12 EU countries, and a portfolio of assets valued at €65 billion as of June, 2019. As an integrated operator, investor and developer, the Group aims to cover the whole of the real estate value creation chain. With the support of its 1,500 professionals, URW applies those skills to highly specialised market segments such as large shopping centres of major European cities and large offices and convention & exhibition centres in the Paris region.

The Group distinguishes itself through its focus on the highest architectural, city planning and environmental standards. Its long term approach and sustainable vision focuses on the development or redevelopment of outstanding places to shop, work and relax. Its commitment to environmental, economic and social sustainability has been recognised by inclusion in many indexes.


The adventure began on December 24, 1898, when Louis Renault drove up the steep rue Lepic on Montmartre in Paris with his Voiturette, equipped with a revolutionary direct-drive transmission. That same evening he took 12 firm orders for the vehicle. Today Renault is the 4th largest automaker in the world thanks to its partnership with Nissan. Renault Nordic, represented in Sweden and Denmark, promotes and distributes cars, transport cars, spare parts and option equipment. Most of the new models, especially adapted for the cold nordic climate, have been introduced to the Swedish and Danish markets. Renault is here to meet the needs of the local markets.


Crédit Agricole CIB caters for the universal needs of large Nordic and multinational corporate clients, financial institutions including the municipality sector in all the Scandinavian countries and financial sponsors. Crédit Agricole CIB has local origination and execution capacity in most financial products having local client relationship management functions, capital markets sales forces and structured finance operations.

Crédit Agricole CIB has been established in Sweden since 1986 and is operating through a full branch in Stockholm. Crédit Agricole CIB ranks among the main non-Nordic banks in the region and is active in all major product disciplines. Crédit Agricole Group has as well other operating and legal units in the Nordic region including asset management (Amundi) and consumer financing (Forso Nordic).


The Volvo name can trace its origins as far back as 1915, at ball bearing manufacturer SKF. In 1927 the Volvo Group was formed to make vehicles in Gothenburg. Since 1999 Volvo Car Corporation has no longer been part of the Volvo Group, but Volvo Cars and the Volvo Group still share the same brand name. A new jointly owned company, Volvo Trademark Holding AB, was established in 1999 to deal with brand matters for both companies. Volvo Cars is owned by Zhejiang Geely Holding of China.

The Volvo Group is a publicly-held company headquartered in Gothenburg, Sweden, with shares listed on OMX Nordic Exchange in Stockholm.Volvo Cars and the Volvo Group remain separate entities but cooperate in research and development, and brand-related investments such as Volvo Ocean Race.


Frilans Finans  allows independent workers to invoice their customers without having to create their own structure. Established in 1999, the company never stopped growing ever since.


  • Société Générale

Established in 1864, Société Générale is today a universal bank, offering its clients retail, corporate and investment banking products and services.  The Group employs 117,000 staff across 66 countries to support its 25 million customers.

Société Générale has been present in Stockholm since 1977 and is today a branch with approx. 40 staff.

The Branch is a hub for the Group’s activities within Global Banking and Global Markets towards Corporate & Institutional clients across the Nordic region.

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