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Awards and Surveys

  • December 2006

    Tax stars come to first Asia awards

    December 01, 2006

  • The best names in Latin American tax

    December 01, 2006

    Sed Crest reveals which firms add the most value for taxpayers in the region and where demand for tax services exceeds supply

  • Asia's finest parade at first awards

    December 01, 2006

    Tax directors and advisers came to Hong Kong in November for International Tax Review's first Asia Tax Awards

  • November 2006

    Americas Awards

    November 01, 2006

    International Tax Review's first Americas Awards got off to a strong start in late September. The ceremony was held at the Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York and more than 120 top tax professionals were in attendance to celebrate tax excellence

  • September 2006

    Asia-Pacific Client Services Poll 2006: How and where tax services add the most value

    September 01, 2006

    Sed Crest reveals which firms' tax services contribute the most value to companies doing business in the region, which types of tax services are growing fastest and how much tax executives in the region earn

  • July 2006

    European Awards night brings out tax stars

    July 01, 2006

    Leading tax executives and advisers celebrated the first-class international tax work done in Europe over the last 12 months at the second European Tax Awards in London

  • June 2006

    Big four battle it out

    June 01, 2006

    Sed Crest reveals which firms have the best brands in tax in the 2006 client poll of tax services in Europe, Middle East and Africa

  • May 2006

    Linklaters triumph at European Tax Awards

    May 01, 2006

    Linklaters carried off four awards at International Tax Review's European Tax Awards 2006 in London, including the most prestigious prize of the evening for European tax firm of the year

  • March 2006

    Tax directors swamped with compliance

    March 01, 2006

    Sed Crest finds out why tax directors are stretched too thinly, whether they are happy with tax services they receive and where they can improve

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