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Nominations open for Tax Controversy Leaders guide

27 February 2017

Anjana Haines

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The research period for the seventh edition of International Tax Review’s Tax Controversy Leaders guide has begun.

Participants may nominate advisers for inclusion in the guide until March 31. Advisers who receive a minimum number of nominations will be included in the guide.

Tax litigation experts are increasingly in demand as tax authorities around the world expand their resources to audit the tax affairs of big firms and challenge any irregularities.

Global trends are focusing on how governments worldwide are implementing the OECD's recommendations in the BEPS Project, leading to a number of disputes arising as taxpayers and authorities adjust to new standards and mechanisms. The onset of country-by-country reporting, more tax compliance requirements, modern auditing mechanisms and increased litigation are creating are a growing burden for businesses.

As the tax landscape changes, taxpayers need to obtain reliable and trustworthy advice.

International Tax Review is committed to raising the profile of these crucial issues and has produced its guide to the leading tax dispute resolution lawyers and advisers around the world for the past six years to help multinational companies seeking the best tax controversy advice available.

For the seventh year, we are compiling a guide to the world’s leading tax controversy advisers to help clients grappling with changing rules. We invite you to take part in the research process.

The deadline is March 31 and participants should use the form (link below) to nominate advisers.


If you have any questions about the research, please contact Anjana Haines, ITR Editor.

+44 (0) 207 779 8047

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