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ITR Awards 2021 and World Tax/World TP rankings research now open for submissions

The submission period for the ITR Awards 2021 and World Tax/World TP rankings is now open

Companies, firms and individuals can now enter for the 2021 ITR Americas Tax Awards, ITR Asia-Pacific Tax Awards and ITR Europe, Middle East and Africa Awards.

ITR is pleased to announce the launch of the global ITR Awards research process.

This year, we have created a single research form for firms, which is available at the link below. The deadline for submissions is March 31 2021 and you are invited to upload your entry via the submission portal. 

Download submission form 

Submit submission form


In-house teams are also invited to nominate themselves directly using the submission form available at the link below. The deadline for in-house submissions is May 20 2021.  

In-house team submission form

Submit submission form



The submission forms are multi-purpose and will be used to evaluate firms, teams and individuals for each of the three regional ITR Tax Awards 2021.

The submission form for firms will be used for both the ITR Awards and World Tax 2021/22 and World Transfer Pricing 2021/22 rankings research. This means that if your firm submits a research form, it will be taken into consideration for both the awards and rankings research process.

By aligning our research in this way, firms will no longer need to provide multiple submissions. The new submission form encompasses all necessary details needed for both research processes. It is broken into three sections where firms can provide information on practice developments and deal / case highlights, and make nominations for unique award categories by region.

The in-house submission form invites in-house teams to make direct written entries for the team of the year categories and practice leader awards.

ITR Awards

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

Submission deadline

Shortlist

Ceremony

Asia-Pacific

March 31 2021

July 8 2021

August 26 2021

Europe, Middle East and Africa

March 31 2021

August 5 2021

September 9 2021

Americas

March 31 2021

August 12 2021

September 22 2021

All the categories, eligibility criteria, and judging process for each awards can be found in the methodologies below:

Asia-Pacific Awards Summary



Europe, Middle East and Africa Awards Summary



Americas Awards Summary

World Tax/TP research

The World Tax and World TP research process provides coverage of the world’s leading tax and transfer pricing practitioners. Produced in association with ITR, the research provides rankings and profiles of the most effective tax and TP practitioners in the world, covering more than 60 jurisdictions located on every continent.

Download research guidelines

The World Tax/TP research is committed to growing and developing its research, and this year will be accepting submissions from the widest range of jurisdictions ever, across a wider breadth of practice areas than has previously been covered. This effort strives to develop the country-by-country rankings tables to better reflect the nature of each market covered and provide the most accurate picture yet of the state of the global market for tax practitioners.

See our research webinar from February 2021

 
 
For more information about the ITR Awards process, please contact Awards Editor, James Wilson: james.wilson@legalmediagroup.com


If you have any further questions about the World Tax-World TP research process, please contact World Tax/World TP Editor, Jon Moore: jmoore@euromoneyplc.com


For any commercial enquiries relating to the rankings research or ITR awards, please contact Publisher, Liam Sharkeylsharkey@iflr1000.com

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