Stine Dalenhag Snertingdalen



Stine D. Snertingdalen is specialized within restructuring in and out of court, and she assist board of directors and businesses in navigating various issues arising in financial distress situations. Snertingdalen also advises financial institutions with establishing their positions in problem cases, to enable them to take the best steps to minimize their loss. She furthermore advices finance institutions in banking and finance issues, i.a. negotiating and drafting credit agreements, intercreditor agreements and various security documentation. Snertingdalen is on a regular basis appointed as trustee in bankruptcy estates/insolvent liquidations, of which some are large international business.

In this way, Snertingdalen is well equipped to see the interests of all parties involved upon negotiation solutions in a case where there are not enough funds to fully satisfy all stakeholders. She is also part of Kvale’s cross-professional team on distressed M&A, recognizing that a sale of business may be beneficial both as part of an in court and an out of court restructuring.

Snertingdalen was one out of four lawyers in the reference group assisting in working out the proposal for the new restructuring act, which as enacted on 11 May 2020. She is also appointed by the Justice Department as member of the Norwegian Advisory Council of Bankruptcy, and she is a member of the International Insolvency Institute. Snertingdalen holds lectures on a regular basis for the Norwegian Bar Association, finance institutions, brokerages and auditors, to mention a few.


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Partner, Kvale
Senior Associate, Kvale
Associate, Kvale
Temporary Researcher for Study Group on European Civil Code, including Norwegian National Reporter to the book Principles of European Law: Sales, published 2008


Cand.jur., University of Oslo
LLM, European Private Law, Universiteit Utrecht