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NNDKP promotes two new tax directors

Romanian firm Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Peterson has announced the appointment of two new tax directors: Adina Vizoli and Sorin Mociofan.

Vizoli has 12 years of experience in international and local tax advisory, and has particularly expertise in VAT. She has worked on several cross-border projects which have involved mapping transactions, optimisation, chain transactions and representing clients in front of the Romanian tax authorities.

Mociofan has 14 years’ tax experience and has worked with clients all over Romania, from Bucharest to Timisoara and the Banat and Transylvania regions. He is a certified tax adviser and works mainly in VAT, customs and direct taxation.

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