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Tassos Anastassiadis

Platis-Anastassiadis and Associates / EY

8B Chimarras Str

151 25 Maroussi



Tel: +30 210 28 86 415



Platis-Anastassiadis and Associates, the associated law firm of EY in Greece, has only been in operation for a few years following its establishment by Tassos Anastassiadis and his fellow partner Eirinikos Platis, but is already making promising progress in the Greek legal market, offering a complete range of legal services covering the whole spectrum of entrepreneurial needs and activities.

The tax controversy team led by Tassos, an attorney-at-law with more than 20 years of experience in the relevant market, consists of seven experienced professionals with a strong academic background and an acute business sense which distinguish them from their competitors in the Greek market place. The tax controversy services offered by the firm both to individuals and, predominantly, to companies, start from the phase of negotiations with the tax authorities before the issuance of the tax assessment sheets, continue to the support offered to clients in front of administrative committees of the Greek Ministry of Finance and eventually, if the case requires judicial means, culminate in assistance at all levels of courts up to the Supreme Court (St?, Conseil d'Etat). The current success rate of the firm at court level is unprecedented. This is why a rising number of Greek and foreign multinational clients are entrusting the firm with the resolution of their disputes with the Greek tax authorities. Another differentiating factor which places Platis-Anastassiadis and Associates at the top of tax controversy firms in the Greek market is the close relationship and interaction with EY Tax in Greece, bringing together a very broad wealth of skills, technical knowledge and industrial expertise capable of achieving the best possible outcome to the clients' benefit.

As long as the deficit issues of the Greek economy remain the same or even deteriorate, the appetite for cash will increase and, as a consequence, the tax authorities are likely to become more and more aggressive. Strong controversy teams such as the one led by Tassos may safeguard the fair and lawful treatment of individual and company tax positions.


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