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World TP 2019 - online now

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The 2019 edition of the World TP guide is now available online.

The 2019 edition of World TP, the comprehensive guide to the world’s leading transfer pricing firms, is  now available at www.worldtransferpricing.com.

It provides rankings and profiles of the most effective TP practitioners in the world, covering more than 50 jurisdictions located on every continent.

Because transfer pricing is a multi-faceted enterprise covering a wide range of disciplines, our rankings include law firms, consultancies and advisory groups to represent the full swathe of experience and skill in the market. This ensures our reviews cover both the legal and planning aspects of transfer pricing work, recognising leaders in the full gamut of areas of practice.

This year, to coincide with the most expansive and detailed rankings we've ever published, we are also happy to announce the launch of our new web platform. The enhanced site offers us a range of new options to recognise and highlight firms, and offers practitioners several ways to showcase their work and provide details of their practice.

This year's research involved:

  • Reaching out to more than 5500 clients for feedback

  • Reaching out to more than 2500 practitioners for feedback

The results include:

  • Rankings for more than 1400 firms

  • Rankings in more than 50 jurisdictions

  • Editorial profiles for more than 300 firms

See the full rankings on www.worldtransferpricing.com.

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