Anders Carlberg

Managing Partner

Anders Carlberg

Managing Partner

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Experienced, knowledgeable, trustworthy, and supportive. Creative, solutions-oriented, has high integrity and excellent interpersonal skills.

IFLR1000 2019, Financial and corporate

Commercially minded adviser who offers solid client service.

Chambers Global & Europe 2018, Corporate/M&A

Smooth and savvy. Has a very pragmatic and commercial approach, without compromising on quality and integrity.

IFLR1000 2019, Financial and corporate

The firm has excellent competence and advice in public tender offer situations throughout the entire sales process. It has integrity, experience and a great sense of deal dynamics. Its competent and skillful team is led by a distinguished and trusted managing partner.

IFLR1000 2019, Financial and corporate

He’s a pragmatic, solution-minded guy who’s focused on getting the deal done in a positive way.

Chambers Global & Europe 2016, Corporate/M&A

Managing partner Anders Carlberg ‘provides hands-on and high-quality advice’.

The Legal 500 2018, Commercial, corporate and M&A

Very service minded and knowledgeable lawyer.

IFLR1000 2016, Financial and corporate

Very committed, top of his class.

IFLR1000 2019, Financial and corporate

Technically strong, energetic and pragmatic. A real pleasure to work with.

IFLR1000 2017, Financial and corporate

Accessible, easy to work with, smart and knowledgeable. Gets things done in a commercial, but still solid from a legal perspective, manner.

IFLR1000 2017, Financial and corporate
Dittmar & Indrenius > People > Anders Carlberg

Focus on complex cross-border transactions in the fields of public and private M&A, private equity and capital markets.

Anders Carlberg is known for demanding high-profile transactions. He regularly represents private equity houses and financial institutions and is a trusted strategic speaking partner to many of Dittmar & Indrenius’ long-lasting clients.

He was elected Dittmar & Indrenius’ Managing Partner in 2015. Prior to that Anders Carlberg was Head of M&A & Private Equity 2008-2014.


University of Helsinki (LL.M., 1999)

New York University School of Law (LL.M., 2003)

Admitted: Finnish Bar Association


Finnish, Swedish, English and French


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Servant Leadership with Low Organisational Structures
22 May 2018 Our Managing Partner, Anders Carlberg, was interviewed in the Finnish Bar Association's ADVOKAATTI Magazine 2/2018 in an article "Servant Leadership – to Lead Others You Must Serve Others". Below is a translated excerpt of the article. In the 2018 Great Place to Work® Finland Survey D&I landed the fourth place of all medium sized firms. The Managing Partner, Anders Carlberg, is proud of the achievement. "It is a big deal for us. Everything begins from a business culture in which we guide people towards a common goal. Top-down commanding does not work. We strive to introduce some of the best practices of various fields to our operations. We follow the example of successful companies, such as software houses. Above all else, practicing law is a team effort. Furthermore, the nature of the work resembles the work of software houses to a great extent", Carlberg notes. According to him, leadership is a combination of listening, dialog, communication and explaining your actions and opinions. Leading professionals is more of a sparring experience and more inspiring than commanding. “Hierarcy hinders learning. Better results are achieved with low organisation structures for they enable people to use all of their resources.” "We believe, that leadership is not based on rank. For example, I can be a part of a team led by someone else." Carlberg has worked for Dittmar & Indrenius for 20 years and witnessed the changing of the field. Before law firms were highly hierarchical, chain-like or pyramidal organisations. Today, law firms resemble more closely an ameba, which can adapt itself in accordance with each situation. "We do not have strict manager-employee relationships. Instead, we work in ever changing teams that are combined of people with necessary skills and interests." "It has been studied that hierarchy hinders learning. Better results are achieved with low organisation structures, for they enable people to use all of their resources. Our task is to offer and create arenas in which experts of various field can exchange their thoughts." Carlberg points out, that sometimes it can feel like commanding is the fastest way to get a person from A to B, but this is not the case. "It is my job to get people excited about their work and to encourage them to operate in a self-directed and appropriate manner. It is always rewarding when this happens." According to Carlberg, leading should be seen as a service occupation. One way of leading does not suit for all. For example, a 24-year-old novice needs to be lead in a different way than a veteran who has worked for years in the company. "A leader’s job is to remove obstacles and facilitate working." Self-management is also an essential skill in an autonomous working environment. Everyone should be able to lead and manage their own work. Leading and leadership has been developed at Dittmar & Indrenius by offering various expert viewpoints of leading. "Our common ways of thinking and leading have been built through conversations. Individuals have also attended Harvard’s leadership courses and trainings." "In order to become a great leader, one must have self-awareness, humility and a willingness to explore the outside world and different ways of leading", Carlberg lists. His own leadership style is constantly evolving. "I aspire to be a facilitator. Others can evaluate if I have succeeded."

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