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Register now: Research process for World Tax/TP and ITR Awards 2021 to be aligned

The submission process will begin in late January 2021.

Companies, firms and individuals can now register to be alerted for the beginning of the research for 2021’s global tax awards programme.

The awards programme recognises the leading tax and transfer pricing firms throughout the world. ITR hosts three award ceremonies annually, recognising the best work carried out in the Asia-Pacific, EMEA and Americas regions.

From 2021 onwards, ITR will use a single research form to consider submissions made by firms for the ITR Tax Awards, and for the World Tax 2021/22 and World Transfer Pricing 2021/22 rankings.  

If your firm submits a research form, it will be taken into consideration for both the awards and rankings research process.

By aligning the research, firms will no longer need to provide multiple submissions. The new submission form (to be released in January 2021) will encompass all necessary details needed for both research processes.

The submission process will begin in late January 2021. Separate forms for in-house teams and service providers will be released thereafter.

 

Submission deadline

Shortlist

Ceremony

Asia-Pacific

March 31 2021

July 8 2021

August 19 2021

Europe, Middle East and Africa

March 31 2021

July 29 2021

September 15 2021

Americas

March 31 2021

August 12 2021

September 23 2021


    

If you are interested in participating in this year's research, please register to do so here.

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