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World Transfer Pricing submission period now open

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The submission period for the World Tax and World Transfer Pricing directories is now open. Firms interested in making submissions for rankings can find the relevant information here.

The directories, which are released annually, are key resources for helping tax executives locate specialist advice. Each edition rates the tax expertise offered in more than 50 jurisdictions globally, giving companies the most comprehensive information about the market for tax and transfer pricing advice.

As companies grapple with the shifting global tax landscape, with challenges such as country-by-country reporting, increases in transparency and the US tax reform to negotiate, advice is more important than ever.

World Tax and World Transfer Pricing are unique in that they classify professional services, law firms, boutiques and other tax advice providers together, rather than looking at them separately.

Research process

A change from last year is that our questionnaires can now be submitted online. You can find the relevant forms on our research portal here:

The deadline for submissions is March 30, and the research interviews conducted with practitioners and clients will run from April to June 2018.


As part of the research process we will be holding a webinar on March 20* covering the changes we have made to the process and offering participants the chance to ask questions they have about it. 

If you would like to take part in the webinar, please register here

or contact Jonathan Moore, editor, at for more information on the webinar or the research process.

*The date has been changed from March 13 to March 20.

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