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Last chance to submit for World Tax and Transfer Pricing 2018

15 May 2017

Joe Stanley-Smith

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The submission period for World Tax and World Transfer Pricing 2018 has ended. Firms interested in making submissions should contact their country's researcher immediately if they have missed the deadline.

If you have missed the World Tax and World Transfer Pricing deadline, which was on Friday May 12, and have not yet told us about this, you should contact the lead researcher for your region immediately to arrange a late submission.

The researchers are:

Sandra Ekpo for the Americas: sandra.ekpo@euromoneyplc.com

Tessa Neal and Josh White for Europe, Africa, Russia and Turkey: tessa.neal@euromoneyplc.com and josh.white@euromoneyplc.com

Ehi Ogona for Asia and Oceania: ehi.ogona@euromoneyplc.com

Joe Stanley-Smith, World Tax editor, should be copied in. His address is joseph.stanley-smith@euromoneyplc.com. Submission forms can be found below. 

About World Tax and World Transfer Pricing

The directories, which are released annually, are key resources for helping tax executives locate specialist advice. Each edition rates the tax expertise offered in more than 50 jurisdictions globally, giving companies the most comprehensive information about the market for tax advice.

As companies grapple with the shifting global tax landscape, with fresh challenges such as the BEPS Project, increases in transparency and the upcoming US tax reform to negotiate, tax advice is more important than ever.

World Tax and World Transfer Pricing are unique in that they classify professional services, law firms, boutiques and other tax advice providers together, rather than looking at them separately, because they undoubtedly compete for work.

Research process

A change from last year is that there will be a separate questionnaire for each country. The questionnaires, downloadable below, can be downloaded by clicking on the links. If you are unable to download a form, a member of our team will be able to send it to you.

Researchers conduct interviews with several firms in each jurisdiction, as well as with clients and International Tax Review’s own database of corporate contacts. For details on ranking methodology, and to see the results of last year’s research, please visit http://www.itrworldtax.com/general/about.

Questionnaires

Please click on the below links to download questionnaires.






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