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European Tax Awards 2016 - the shortlist is out

The European Tax Awards have been a highlight of the social calendar since 2005. This year's event in London takes place with a dinner on Thursday, May 26 at the Savoy Hotel, and brings together the leading international tax and transfer pricing professionals from across Europe.

EUROPEAN TAX AWARDS 2016

Firms made submissions for work performed between January 1 2015 and December 31 2015. The awards were judged according to: 

• Size (Not conclusive, although it does indicate what a tax team is capable of taking on.)

• Innovation (Did the advice show something more than the straightforward answer that is commonly used?)

Complexity (Did the matter address tax issues that were out of the ordinary and what ingenuity did the firm show to solve them?)



The European Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year Shortlist Includes:

Austria TP Firm of the Year

Deloitte

EY

KPMG

Leitner & Leitner

Baltic States TP Firm of the Year

Deloitte

KPMG

PwC

Sorainen

Belgium TP Firm of the Year

Baker & McKenzie

Deloitte

Liedekerke Wolters Waelbroeck Kirkpatrick

Mayer Brown

TIVALOR

Central and Eastern Europe TP Firm of the Year

Deloitte

EY Czech Republic

EY Romania

Mazars

Denmark TP Firm of the Year

Deloitte

EY

Kromann Reumert

Plesner

Finland TP Firm of the Year

Alder & Sound

Deloitte

EY

France TP Firm of the Year

Arsene Taxand, Taxand France

Baker & McKenzie

Taj

EY

Mayer Brown

Germany TP Firm of the Year

Deloitte

Flick Gocke Schaumburg

NERA Economic Consulting

Oppenhoff & Partner

Greece TP Firm of the Year

Deloitte

EY

Hungary TP Firm of the Year

Baker & McKenzie

Deloitte

DLA Piper

EY

WTS Klient Tax Advisory

Ireland TP Firm of the Year

Deloitte

EY

Matheson

William Fry, Taxand Ireland

Italy TP Firm of the Year

Baker & McKenzie

BonelliErede

Deloitte

DLA Piper

EY

Valente Associati GEB Partners

Luxembourg TP Firm of the Year

Baker & McKenzie

Deloitte

EY

KPMG

Loyens & Loeff

PwC

Netherlands TP Firm of the Year

Baker & McKenzie

Deloitte

DLA Piper

Norway TP Firm of the Year

Deloitte

EY

PwC

Poland TP Firm of the Year

Crido Taxand, Taxand Poland

Deloitte

EY

MDDP

Portugal TP Firm of the Year

Baker Tilly

EY 

PwC

Russia TP Firm of the Year

EY

KPMG

PwC

South Africa TP Firm of the Year

Deloitte

DLA Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr

ENSafrica, Taxand Africa

EY

KPMG

Spain TP Firm of the Year

Ashurst

Baker & McKenzie

Deloitte

Garrigues

Sweden TP Firm of the Year

Deloitte

EY

KPMG

Switzerland TP Firm of the Year

Deloitte

EY

Homburger

PwC

Turkey TP Firm of the Year

Baker & McKenzie

Deloitte

EY

PwC

UK TP Firm of the Year

Baker & McKenzie

DLA Piper

Duff & Phelps

FTI Consulting (WTS)

Ukraine TP Firm of the Year

Avellum Partners

Baker & McKenzie

DLA Piper

EY

International Legal Center EUCON

WTS Tax Legal Consulting



Separately, a list of firms nominated for Tax Firm of the Year can be found on the International Tax Review website or by clicking here

Winners for both the European TP Firm of the Year and European Tax Firm of the Year will be announced at a dinner at the Savoy Hotel in London on Thursday, May 26, 2016. For further information please contact Caroline Byrne, Managing Editor of TP Week by email: caroline.byrne@euromoneyplc.com









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