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Christoph Kromer joins Warth & Klein Grant Thornton

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German firm Warth & Klein Grant Thornton has added Christoph Kromer to its partnership. Kromer, who will be based in Frankfurt am Main, brings with him his transfer pricing and tax litigation team.

Kromer joins from TaxID Steuerberatungsgesellschaft/Quantera Global Germany. He has previously worked for law firm Luther, Taxand, KPMG and Arthur Andersen. He also has in-house tax experience.

Kromer has extensive knowledge of transfer pricing, business restructuring, litigation, tax technology, tax compliance, corporate tax, tax risk management and international tax.

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