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Taxanders Ranked Top in ITR Tax Controversy Leaders 2012

Taxanders Ranked Top in ITR Tax Controversy Leaders 2012
Global
14 Dec 2012

21 Taxanders in 12 Taxand countries around the world have been ranked top in the ITR Tax Controversy Leaders 2012 Guide. Taxanders from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Denmark, India, Japan, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Thailand and the UK were nominated due to their outstanding successes in tax controversy in over the last year.

To be considered for this ranking each Taxander has also consistently received positive feedback from peers and clients, demonstrating growing recognition for Taxand's quality tax controversy and dispute resolution advice, globally. In particular, Taxanders have demonstrated they have experience not only at every level of courts, but also in adminstrative proceedings, audits, appeals and competent authority negotiations, with skills that extend beyond the courtroom, including pre-trial matters.

The International Tax Review's Tax Controversy Leaders directory is in its second edition and acts as a comprehensive guide to the world's leading tax advisors. The guide focuses on 27 countries in total. Inclusion in Tax Controversy Leaders is based on a minimum number of nominations received and promotes those who have shown outstanding success in the last year.

Taxanders ranked top for tax litigation excellence

Argentina
Jorge Damarco
Liban Kusa

Australia
Stewart Grieve
Jonathan Leek

Reynah Tang

Brazil
Mauricio Pereira Faro

Denmark
Michael Serup

India
Mukesh Butani

Japan
Naoki Idei
Hiromasa Ogawa

Norway
Einar Bakko
Harald Johannessen
Morten Sandli
Jon Vinje

Portugal
Fernando Castro Silva

Spain
Abelardo Delgado

Sweden
Per Holstad
Ulf Tiveus
Joakim Wittkull

Thailand
Hatasakdi Na Pomberja

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Abigail Tarren, COO
T. +44 (0)207715 5243
E. atarren@taxand.com

Taxand's Take

The growing complexity of tax regulations and today's increasingly stringent tax compliance requirements broaden multinationals exposure to global tax risk. With high-profile cases such as Vodafone impacting the scrutiny and reputation placed on multinationals, now more than ever businesses need to be able to effectively deal with conflicts or controversies as and when they arise.

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