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Güler Hülya Yılmaz


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Güler Hülya Yilmaz is a sworn certified financial consultant who leads the cross-border tax service line in the Deloitte Turkish tax practice. She started her career as an independent auditor in the audit department of the former Arthur Andersen Istanbul office in 1989 after her graduation with a Bachelor Business Administration degree from Marmara University.

Güler has been specialised in transfer pricing and international tax consultancy services since the start of her tax career in Deloitte in 1993 after attaining her Master of Business Administration degree at Bogazici University. She has significant experience in tax consultancy and tax planning in transfer pricing, legal and international tax aspects. She has also been actively involved in tax structuring for major M&A projects in Turkey.

Güler became partner at Deloitte Turkey in June 2006, making her the first female tax partner within the Big 4 firm in Turkey. She is also the country leader of the life science and healthcare industry and tax learning leader in Deloitte Turkey. She has significant experience in serving multinational firms in the energy sector. She advises multinational clients in tax matters related to permanent establishment issues, application of double tax treaties, restructuring, tax and transfer pricing related tax audit cases


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