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Nominations open for Indirect Tax Leaders guide

13 February 2017

Joe Stanley-Smith

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The research period for the sixth edition of International Tax Review's Indirect Tax Leaders guide has begun.

Participants may nominate advisers for inclusion in the guide until March 15. Advisers who receive a minimum number of nominations will be included in the guide.

Indirect tax has never been a more important issue for companies around the world. The trend in rising VAT rates shows no sign of abating. Meanwhile, destination-based VAT/GST systems are spreading around the world in line with Action 1 of the BEPS Project, 'sin' taxes are expanding to more jurisdictions, and environmental taxes have cemented themselves as a key fixture of the global tax landscape.

International Tax Review is committed to raising the profile of these crucial issues. For the sixth year running, we are compiling a guide to the world's leading indirect tax advisers to help clients grappling with changing legislation, new taxes and increaslingly complex indirect tax challenges. We look forward to advisers, corporates and individuals taking part in the research process.

The deadline is March 15 and participants should use the form (link below) to nominate advisers.

International Tax Review Indirect Leaders submission form

If you have any questions about the research, please contact Joe Stanley-Smith, ITR deputy editor.

Joseph.stanley-smith@euromoneyplc.com

+44 (0) 207 779 8142






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