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Vote to find Europe's most admired tax directors

International Tax Review is conducting a poll to find the 10 most admired tax directors in Europe.

We are inviting the leading tax advisers, tax directors, CEOs and CFOs across Europe to vote for their preferences.

By clicking here, you will find a brief questionnaire where you can vote for the tax directors you most admire in the region. The questionnaire begins with the list of names selected by the poll previously as being the most admired tax directors in Europe. This list is by no means exhaustive. Further down you have a chance to insert alternative nominations.

You will find an explanation of the criteria for a top ranking tax director at the top of the first page and we ask that you clearly state your reasons for your choices in the comments column.

If you are a tax director, please do not vote for yourself. Other executives are free to vote for their own company's tax director.

If you are a private practitioner, please tick the 'client' box if your firm advises the tax director you are voting for.

This is a poll so all votes count. Your response is vital. The poll will only take a few minutes to complete. All responses will be treated in confidence.

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