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World TP 2021 is live: A guide to the world's leading transfer pricing firms

World TP guide 2021 is live

World TP is proud to announce the 2021 edition of the comprehensive guide to the world’s leading transfer pricing firms.



Produced in association with ITR (International Tax Review), World TP provides rankings and profiles of the most effective transfer pricing practitioners in the world, covering more than 60 jurisdictions located on every continent. 



Click to see the results of the World TP 2021 rankings



Transfer pricing is a multi-faceted enterprise covering a range of disciplines, so our rankings reflect this by having law firms, consultancies and advisory groups all included in the mix.

The World TP guide is produced using three foundational pillars of research:

  • Practical evidence is gathered by researchers from practices all over the world. We collect, collate and scrutinise the work of practitioners – both public and private – to gain a detailed understanding of their methods and capabilities.

  • Peer feedback is secured from the leading names in their respective fields, through surveys and direct interviews with partners, directors and managers, to get the market’s perspective on the rankings.

  • Client feedback, the most important pillar, is sourced from those with direct practical experience of their markets; those who can give a first-hand review of the skills and abilities of those they worked with.


The research teams combine these three sources – along with independent research – to produce the finished World TP guide. 



You can also find the practitioner profiles online. These are the leading individuals and rising stars, determined as part of the research process, in their various jurisdictions. Those individuals can be found at worldtransferpricing.com


We would like to thank the supporters of this guide:

Firm

Country

Deloitte

Austria

Deloitte

Belgium

Bocater Camargo Costa & Silva Advogados

Brazil

Deloitte

Brazil

Pinheiro Neto Advogados

Brazil

Barsalou Lawson Rheault

Canada

KPMG

Chile

PwC

Chile

Borenius

Finland

DS Avocats

France

Deloitte

Germany

EY

Germany

Flick Gocke Schaumburg

Germany

NERA Economic Consulting

Germany

 WTS Global

Global

Andersen Tax & Legal

Greece

Deloitte

Greece

OrienTax Consulting

Hungary

Ashok Maheshwary & Associates

India

Deloitte

India

Dhruva Advisors

India

DDTC Consulting

Indonesia

Deloitte

Indonesia

GNV Consulting

Indonesia

MUC Consulting

Indonesia

SF Consulting

Indonesia

Suryani Suyanto & Associates

Indonesia

Deloitte

Italy

Hager & Partners

Italy

KPMG

Italy

LED Taxand

Italy

Maisto & Associati

Italy

Valente Associati GEB Partners

Italy

Deloitte Tohmatsu Tax

Japan

Grant Thornton

Japan

Tokyo Kyodo Accounting Office

Japan

Arendt & Medernach

Luxembourg

ATOZ Tax Advisers Luxembourg

Luxembourg

Deloitte

Luxembourg

KPMG

Luxembourg

TransFair Pricing Solutions

Luxembourg

TS&P

Luxembourg

Deloitte

Malaysia

Basham Ringe & Correa

Mexico

Chevez Ruiz Zamarripa

Mexico

Natera

Mexico

Salles Sainz – Grant Thornton

Mexico

SKATT International Tax Firm

Mexico

CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre

Morocco

DLA Piper

Netherlands

KPMG Meijburg & Co

Netherlands

Loyens & Loeff

Netherlands

Taxand Netherlands

Netherlands

PwC

Norway

PwC

Peru

Deloitte

Philippines

PwC

Poland

KPMG

Russia

Deloitte

Singapore

Yulchon

South Korea

Deloitte

Spain

KPMG

Sweden

Skeppsbron Skatt Taxand Sweden

Sweden

Deloitte

Switzerland

Tax Partner Taxand

Switzerland

Deloitte

Thailand

Baker McKenzie

United Kingdom

Bennett Thrasher

United States

Crowell & Moring

United States

Fenwick & West

United States

Deloitte

Vietnam

Eric Silwamba Jalasi & Linyama

Zambia


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