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Meet ITR at the IFA 2019 Congress


ITR and World Tax representatives will be at the IFA 2019 Congress from September 8 to September 12, where you can meet the team at booth #16.

If you are attending the conference at the Southbank Centre, make sure to visit our booth to say hello, ask questions, pick up free copies of our recent publications or get an exclusive sneak peek at the upcoming World Tax rankings. We will also be running a competition with a chance to win an iPad, giving you even more reasons to stop by booth #16.

Schedule a meeting with us

We have started scheduling meetings with individuals who are interested in learning more about us. 

Here are your contacts for meetings:

For ITR subscription enquiries, please contact Jack Avent at

For ITR and World tax advertising and publishing enquiries, contact Margaret Varela-Christie at

For ITR events and sponsorship opportunities please contact Jamil Ahad at

For enquiries about writing articles for ITR or any editorial matters, please contact Anjana Haines at

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