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Americas Tax Awards

29 October 2012


Hot on the heels of the presentation of the primetime Emmy awards, the seventh annual Americas Tax Awards ceremony took place in New York on September 27.

Tax executives and practitioners attended the awards dinner and presentation, which recognised the most outstanding provision of tax services in North and South America between June 2011 and June 2012. In-house teams were not left out. Four awards were presented to company tax departments for the matters in which they instructed tax advisers. Delphi Automotive won the award for North America in-house tax team of the the year for direct tax. Iroko Pharmaceuticals was the winner of the same award for indirect tax groups.

The Americas tax firm of the year, for the practice with the best strength in depth in its international tax services, was Ernst & Young. The Latin America tax firm of the year was PwC and the equivalent award in North America went to Davis Polk & Wardwell. Deloitte, with eight wins, was the most successful firm during the presentation. They were followed by Mayer Brown...



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