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Eight firms in Europe join Taxand


Taxand, the world’s largest organisation of independent tax advisory firms, has expanded its reach with the addition of eight new member firms.

LeitnerLeitner, a leading tax advisory and auditing firm in Central, Eastern, and South Eastern Europe with 750 tax advisers across the region, joins Taxand in Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Serbia, Slovakia, and Slovenia.

LED Taxand Italia also joins the Taxand network in Italy. The firm is a new Italian tax law firm headquartered in Milan with 30 tax advisers.

Taxand is represented in each country by only one leading tax advisory firm. The addition of these eight firms mean that Taxand is now represented in 50 countries, with some 2,500 tax advisers. Economic Laws Practice (ELP) also joined as Taxand’s new member firm for India in March.

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