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Asia Tax Awards 2020: Reactions

ITR Asia Tax Awards 2020: Reactions

Leading firms react to their nominations at the ITR Asia Tax Awards 2020.

The winners of the ITR Asia Tax Awards 2020 will be revealed on our website on August 26 at 10am BST.
Please click here to see the complete list of shortlisted firms

See below for reactions by ITR's shortlisted firms: 

DDTC (Indonesia) 

Gorriceta Africa Cauton & Saavedra (Philippines)

The ITR Asia Tax Awards recognise remarkable achievements and developments by international tax professionals from the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region over a 12-month period.

Prior to the awards, ITR will be featuring reactions from our leading firms through this portal. To feature a firm's reaction on our ITR platforms, please contact ITR’s head of business development James Murray in due course.




Aside from the national awards in 18 jurisdictions, there are also awards in regional, individual and in-house categories for the best performers. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s winners of the Asia Tax Awards will be announced and published online on August 26 at 10am BST, accompanied by a podcast on the most notable winners and key trends.

If you have any questions about the shortlist or research, please contact our team at editorial@internationaltaxreview.com



DDTC (Indonesia)     



ddtc

Nominations: 

Indonesia Tax Firm of the Year 

Established in 2007, DDTC is an Indonesian tax firm whose core of business is underpinned by research and knowledge. 

Supported by multi-talented professionals with international degrees and certification, DDTC provides a full range of tax services relevant to multinational companies, corporations engaging in all sectors, as well as expatriates and high-net-worth individuals. The firm resolves tax-related issues under in-depth analysis, vast experience, and comprehensive resources and literature in a timely manner. 




DDTC provides beyond-client-expectations tax services, including indirect taxes, general corporate taxes, tax controversies, tax policy analysis, tax disputes, tax training, tax advisory and compliance, sub-national and international taxation, and others. 



Indonesia Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year 

Established in 2007, DDTC is an Indonesian tax firm whose core of business is underpinned by research and knowledge.

DDTC is widely acclaimed as the trendsetter in Indonesia’s transfer pricing arena. Delivered by highly-qualified professionals, the firm's services cover price setting and testing, mutual agreement procedures (MAP), advance pricing agreements (APA), documentation, benchmarking studies, transfer pricing audits, and dispute resolution. 




The firm's managing partner, Darussalam and transfer pricing partner, Romi Irawan, were recognised in the World’s Leading Transfer Pricing Advisers guide by ITR in 2018 and 2020 respectively. Senior partner, Danny Septriadi, has received the World’s Leading Transfer Pricing Adviser award from Expert Guides three times.



Asia Tax Policy of the Year


Established in 2007, DDTC is an Indonesian tax firm whose core of business is underpinned by research and knowledge. 



A special unit, DDTC Fiscal Research, is dedicated to providing sharp, objective, and current tax research analysis for stakeholders, including business associations, multinational companies and government bodies, in the form of fiscal surveys, academic papers, quantitative analysis and policy advocacy. 



Given the firm's broad networks powered by its own media portal DDTCNews, its highly qualified team and the supporting resources of DDTC Library, the firm is acknowledged as the leader in the market. The firm's outcomes heavily influence Indonesia’s tax policy and business decision-making.






Gorriceta Africa Cauton & Saavedra (Philippines)     

gorriceta

Nominations: 

Philippines Tax Firm of the Year 

Best Newcomer of the Year in Asia 

Asia Tax Innovator of the Year


Gorriceta Africa Cauton & Saavedra (Gorriceta) is a leading full-service law firm in the Philippines, internationally recognised across several practice areas such as taxation, capital markets, M&A, technology, and corporate services.



Garnering multiple awards since its founding in 2015, Gorriceta has quickly established itself as a challenger to the country’s older, incumbent firms.



In 2019, Gorriceta entered into a strategic co-operation agreement with Yusarn Audrey, a leading intellectual property law firm in Singapore with offices in Thailand and Malaysia.







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