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Turkey

Erdal Dinçtürk


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Deloitte Turkey

Maslak Mahallesi Bilim Sk. No: 5 Sun Plaza Maslak

Istanbul 34398

Turkey


Tel: +90 212 366 66 31

Mobile: +90 533 280 12 76

Email: edincturk@deloitte.com

Website: www.deloitte.com

Erdal is a tax partner and leads the Deloitte Turkey Indirect Tax service line. He joined Deloitte Turkey in 1997 and has worked in tax compliance and tax consultancy for most of his career. Erdal has worked with many clients operating in technology, media, and telecommunications (TMT), consumer business and oil and gas industries.

Erdal has experience working with many multinational clients across a wide range of industries. He is also responsible for the TMT function of the Deloitte Turkey tax department.

Erdal graduated from University of Istanbul, Economics Faculty in 1997. He is a certified public accountant has participated in Deloitte-sponsored Corporate Tax Schools and EU VAT Schools.

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Cahit Gokcelik


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Deloitte Turkey

Maslak Mahallesi Bilim Sk. No: 5 Sun Plaza Maslak

Istanbul 34398

Turkey


Tel: +90 212 366 60 97

Email: cgokcelik@deloitte.com

Website: www.deloitte.com

Cahit is a director with Deloitte Turkey. Starting his career as an assistant Customs investigator in 1987, Cahit worked as a Customs investigator, deputy director for the Customs modernisation project, head of department and deputy director general for Customs in his public career.

In his private sector career, which started in 2005, he worked in positions of high level management and worked as senior consultant to companies and non-governmental organisations. Cahit teaches foreign trade and Customs courses at several universities.

Cahit holds a BA degree from Ankara University Faculty of Political Sciences and a graduate (MA) degree from Northeastern University, Boston in economics. He is a certified Customs consultant (YGM) and sworn public accountant (YMM) and independent auditor.

Cahit has had five books published in the area of cutoms and foreign trade.

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Salim Varnalier


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Deloitte Turkey

Maslak Mahallesi Bilim Sk. No: 5 Sun Plaza Maslak

Istanbul 34398

Turkey


Tel: +90 212 366 62 20

Email: svarnalier@deloitte.com

Website: www.deloitte.com

Salim Varnalier is a Deloitte Turkey tax director and leads the Deloitte Turkey indirect tax and VAT refund teams. He joined Deloitte Turkey in 1999 and has worked in tax compliance and tax consultancy for most of his career. Salim has worked with many clients operating in the manufacturing, consumer business and oil and gas industries.

Salim works with clients across a wide range of industries including manufacturing, consumer business, energy & resources, technology, media and telecommunications.

Salim has participated in Deloitte-sponsored Corporate Tax Schools and EU VAT Schools. He graduated from the University of Istanbul, Business Administration Faculty, in 1999, and is a certified public accountant and independent auditor.

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Baker & McKenzie

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Baker & McKenzie

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