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Americas Tax Awards 2016: Shortlist announced

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The nominees for the 11th annual Americas Tax and Transfer Pricing Awards are announced today.

On September 15 2016 at the Pierre Hotel in New York, International Tax Review and TP Week will reveal the winners of the 2016 Americas Tax Awards.

For the first time in 2016, the ceremony will feature the presentation of awards to practice leaders in tax, transfer pricing, indirect tax and tax disputes, respectively.

If you would like to attend the awards dinner, contact Oliver Watkins at owatkins@euromoneyplc.com.

Listed below are the nominees for this year's transfer pricing awards.





National Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year Nominees :      



Argentina                          

BaseFirma

Deloitte

Grupo  GNP

Litvak, Laspina, Sanchez

Luna Requena & Fernandez Borzese (WTS Argentina)

Rosso Alba, Francia & Asociados

Teijeiro y Ballone Abogados



Brazil                   

Barbosa, Müssnich, Aragao, Taxand Brazil

BRATAX

Deloitte

KPMG

Lefosse Advogados

 Machado Associados

Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr. e Quiroga Advogados

Pinheiro Neto Advogados

Siqueira Castro Advogados

Trench Rossi,Watanabe / Baker & McKenzie



Canada               

Baker & McKenzie

Collins Barrow

Deloitte

Gowling WLG

Grant Thornton

McCarthy Tétrault

 McMillan

Osler



Chile                   

BaseFirma

Deloitte

KPMG

PwC



Colombia                         

Baker McKenzie

BaseFirma

Brigard & Urrutia

Deloitte

Godoy y Hoyos

Philippi Prietocarrizosa Ferrero DU & Uría



Mexico              

Baker McKenzie

BaseFirma         

Basham Ringe y Correa

Deloitte

Grant Thornton

Skatt



Peru                    

BaseFirma

Deloitte

Estudio Echecopar /Baker & McKenzie

Estudio Olaechea

EY

Grant Thornton



US East Coast    

BaseFirma

Clayton & McKervey

Deloitte Tax

DLA Piper

Mayer Brown

McDermott Will & Emery

Miller &Chevalier



US West Coast  

DLA Piper

Fenwick & West

McDermott Will & Emery

Morgan Lewis

Vinson & Elkins



Uruguay                            

Bergstein Law

Deloitte

Ferrere

Grant Thornton

Guyer & Regules

KPMG                          



Venezuela          

BaseFirma

D'Empaire Reyna Abogados

Norton Rose



America Transfer Pricing Practice Leader of the Year   

Blake Murray

  Osler

Dale Hill                                           

Gowling WLG

John Magee                                     

Morgan Lewis

Luís Rogério Farinelli 

Machado Associados

Luiz Felipe Centeno Ferraz

Mattos Filho Veiga Filho Marrey Jr e Quiroga Advogados

Richard Tremblay

Osler

Salim Rahim                                     

Baker McKenzie               



Latin America Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year                 

Baker & McKenzie

Deloitte

Grant Thornton

KPMG

 

North America Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year                

Deloitte Tax

Fenwick & West

Deloitte Mexico

Osler





For the tax firm of the year shortlist, please see the International Tax Review website here.



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