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European Tax and Transfer Pricing Awards 2016 – the winners' list is out!

Tax Awards

Deloitte won the European Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year at the International Tax Review’s European Tax Awards on May 26. Baker & McKenzie won for European Tax Firm of the Year. Read on for the list of winners.

The awards, which have been running since 2005, were presented at a dinner at the Savoy Hotel. 

They consisted of national trophies for the best tax and transfer pricing firms in 27 jurisdictions; regional categories, such as for tax policy and compliance & reporting; and deal awards focusing on the leading matters in a number of industry sectors and practice areas, such as M&A, capital markets, media & entertainment, and technology & telecommunications. (Find out who was nominated here.)

Congratulations to all of this year's winners including:



Country Awards

Austria Tax Firm of the Year

DLA Piper

 

Austria Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year

Deloitte

 

Baltic States Tax Firm of the Year

SORAINEN

 

Baltic States Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year

Deloitte

 

Belgium Tax Firm of the Year

Linklaters

 

Belgium Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year

Deloitte

 

Central and Eastern Europe Tax Firm of the Year

Deloitte

 

Central and Eastern Europe Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year

EY Romania

 

Cyprus Tax Firm of the Year

Deloitte

 

Denmark Tax Firm of the Year

Deloitte

 

Denmark Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year

EY

Finland Tax Firm of the Year

Roschier

 

Finland Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year

EY

 

France Tax Firm of the Year

Bredin Prat

 

France Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year

Arsene Taxand, Taxand France

 

Germany Tax Firm of the Year

Flick Gocke Schaumburg, Taxand Germany

 

Germany Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year

Flick Gocke Schaumburg, Taxand Germany

 

Greece Tax Firm of the Year

EY

 

Greece Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year

EY

 

Hungary Tax Firm of the Year

Baker & McKenzie

 

Hungary Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year

EY

 

Ireland Tax Firm of the Year

Matheson



Ireland Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year

Deloitte

 

Italy Tax Firm of the Year

Tremonti Vitali Romagnoli Piccardi e Associati

 

Italy Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year

Deloitte

 

Luxembourg Tax Firm of the Year

Allen & Overy

 

Luxembourg Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year

Baker & McKenzie

 

Malta Tax Firm of the Year

Avanzia Taxand, Taxand Malta

 

Netherlands Tax Firm of the Year

Baker & McKenzie

 

Netherlands Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year

Deloitte

 

Norway Tax Firm of the Year

PwC

 

Norway Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year

EY

 

Poland Tax Firm of the Year

EY

 

Poland Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year 

Crido Taxand, Taxand Poland

 

Portugal Tax Firm of the Year

PLMJ

 

Portugal Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year

EY

 

Russia Tax Firm of the Year

Pepeliaev Group, Taxand Russia

 

Russia Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year

KPMG

 

South Africa Tax Firm of the Year

ENSafrica, Taxand Africa

 

South Africa Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year

EY

 

Spain Tax Firm of the Year

Uría Menéndez

 

Spain Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year

Deloitte

 

Sweden Tax Firm of the Year

KPMG

 

Sweden Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year

KPMG

 

Switzerland Tax Firm of the Year

Deloitte

 

Switzerland Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year

Deloitte

 

Turkey Tax Firm of the Year

EY

 

Turkey Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year

PwC

 

Ukraine Tax Firm of the Year

Baker & McKenzie

 

Ukraine Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year

EY



UK Tax Firm of the Year

Slaughter and May

 

UK Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year

Baker & McKenzie



Regional and Deal Awards

 

US Law Firm in Europe

Weil Gotshal & Manges



Best Newcomer

RFF & Associados



European Tax Innovator of the Year

eBiz Answers

 

European Tax Technology Firm of the Year

Thomson Reuters



European Tax Policy Firm of the Year

EY

 

European Tax Compliance and Reporting Firm of the Year

EY’s European Global Compliance & Reporting practice

 

European Banking Tax Deal of the Year

Banque Fédérative du Crédit Mutuel acquisition of GE’s Equipment Finance & Receivable Finance business in France and Germany: Berwin Leighton Paisner; Bredin Prat; De Pardieu Brocas Maffei; Hengeler Mueller; Hogan Lovells; Slaughter and May

 

European Capital Markets Tax Deal of the Year

Ferrari NV IPO: Cravath, Swaine & Moore; Loyens & Loeff; Stibbe; Sullivan & Cromwell



European Consumer Products Tax Deal of the Year

Combination of Coca-Cola Enterprises with Coca-Cola Iberian Partners and CCEAG to create Coca-Cola European Partners, structured as tax inversion: Allen & Overy; Cahill Gordon & Reindel; De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek; Hengeler Mueller; Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom; Slaughter and May; Uría Menéndez



European Energy Tax Deal of the Year

F2i acquisition of E.ON’s solar energy portfolio: Chiomenti Studio Legale; Clifford Chance; Gleiss Lutz; BonelliErede

 

European Financial Services Tax Deal of the Year

ABN AMRO IPO: Allen & Overy; Davis Polk & Wardwell; De Brauw Blackstone; Shearman & Sterling; Stibbe

 

European Joint Venture Tax Deal of the Year

ITI Group’s sale, with Canal+, of TVN to Scripps Networks Interactive: Clifford Chance; Latham & Watkins; Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe; Weil Gotshal & Manges

 

European M&A Tax Deal of the Year

Willis Group Holdings merger with Towers Watson: A&L Goodbody; Baker & McKenzie; Gibson Dunn & Crutcher; Matheson; Weil Gotshal & Manges

 

European Media and Entertainment Tax Deal of the Year

Take private of Chime Communications by Providence Equity and WPP: Allen & Overy; Slaughter and May; Weil Gotshal & Manges and FTI Consulting



European Private Equity Tax Deal of the Year

Project Lion – Lone Star Funds acquisition of real estate business of Kutxabank (Neinor Group): Dillon Eustace; Uría Menéndez; Vinson & Elkins



European Tax Restructuring Deal of the Year

Full-scope restructuring of private sovereign debt of Ukraine: Avellum Partners; Weil Gotshal & Manges; White & Case

 

European Telecommunications and Technology Tax Deal of the Year

VimpelCom Warid acquisition: Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton; White & Case

 

European In-House Team of the Year – Direct Tax

APM Terminals

 

European In-House Team of the Year – Indirect Tax

ASOS

 

European Indirect Tax Firm of the Year

DLA Piper

 

European Tax Disputes Firm of the Year

Best Friends Network

 

European Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year

Deloitte



European Tax Firm of the Year

Baker & McKenzie

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