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Final week to submit nominations for the Women in Tax Leaders guide

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There are only a few days left to nominate the leading women in the tax advisory world for the third edition of the Women in Tax Leaders guide. The submission period closes on June 30.

International taxation is in a period of extreme change. With recommendations from the OECD's BEPS project changing laws in countries around the world and multiple jurisdictions seeking to modernise their indirect tax systems, tax advisory, and the individuals who work in it, are in massive demand. This is why female advisers need a platform to demonstrate their contribution to the advisory field.

After the success of our past two Women in Tax Leaders guides, we are continuing to try to crack the glass ceiling of tax.

Our intention with this guide is to shine the light on the women who are taking strides in their fields. We want to show the progress that is being made, but also that it needs to continue for women in what is perceived as a male-dominated industry.

Companies and individuals should take this opportunity to show the strengths in their teams. When the key word in tax right now is transparency, it is a strong time to show proactive and positive work to address the imbalance in supporting women.

Accordingly, International Tax Review and TP Week invite you to participate in researching the leading women in tax.

Methodology

Inclusion in the Women in Tax leaders guide will be based on a minimum number of nominations received from peers and clients, along with evidence of outstanding success in the past year. Firms and individuals cannot pay to be recommended in this guide.

To take part in the research process and ensure your firm is considered for the guide, please complete this form and return it, by email, to Anjana Haines at the address below.

You may nominate tax advisers from your own firm providing you also nominate advisers from other firms.

When nominating advisers, please consider the following:

  • Technical ability;

  • Achievement of client objectives;

  • Seniority in own organisation;

  • Leadership in policy development with government; and

  • Profile in representative associations.

DOWNLOAD THE SUBMISSION FORM HERE

The submission deadline is June 30. Please return this form to: Anjana Haines, editor at International Tax Review.

Tel:  +44 207 779 8047

Email: anjana.haines@euromoneyplc.com

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