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Awards and Surveys

  • December 2007

    The most admired tax directors in Latin America

    December 01, 2007

    Tax authorities in Latin America are developing more intrusive regulatory regimes by introducing stricter rules and promoting tougher legislation. Catherine Snowdon finds out from the most admired tax directors in the region about how they cope.

  • Asia winners step forward

    December 01, 2007

    Tax executives and advisers came from all over Asia to attend the second annual International Tax Review Asia Tax Awards in Hong Kong in November

  • November 2007

    Market applauds Americas Awards winners

    November 01, 2007

    Deloitte and Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom were the big winners at International Tax Review's second annual Americas Tax Awards. Deloitte was named the Latin America Tax Firm of the Year, while Skadden Arps took the trophy for the best tax firm in North America

  • July 2007

    Tax stars on display

    July 01, 2007

    Pictures and reports from the annual European Tax Awards

  • June 2007

    Europe's top ten tax directors

    June 01, 2007

    Life at the top of any industry is tough and that is certainly true of in-house tax departments. Here, the ten most admired tax directors in Europe, as voted for by International Tax Review readers, tell Catherine Snowdon about the issues they face and how they deal with the pressures of their jobs.

  • Come together

    June 01, 2007

    The results of International Tax Review's 2007 EMEA poll show that directors are willing to forego gains from tax arbitrage for the simplicity of harmonisation. But, as Claire Jones found out, reservations persist about whether the powers that be will handle implementation effectively.

  • March 2007

    Stars in their eyes: The 10 most admired tax directors in North America

    March 01, 2007

    The 10 most admired tax directors in North America, as voted by International Tax Review's readers, are a varied bunch. Between them they have more than 20 professional qualifications, with three being both qualified lawyers and certified public accountants. Their routes to the top have all been different. They tell Catherine Snowdon what has made them successful and what qualities a tax director needs to prosper

  • How tax services are changing

    March 01, 2007

    Sed Crest discovers where external advisers add the most value in North America and how tax services might look in 2012

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