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ITR Awards 2023 opens for submissions

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ITR invites tax firms, in-house teams, and tax professionals to make submissions for the 2023 ITR Tax Awards in Asia-Pacific, Europe Middle East & Africa, and the Americas.

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

We will continue to recognise the best tax law firms, accountancies, advisors, in-house teams and practitioners across tax and transfer pricing globally.

The deadline for entries is March 10, 2023.

For consideration for any of the Diversity Equity & Inclusion, In-House, Impact Cases & Deals, Practice Leaders, Rising Star, or Regional Award categories you are asked to provide written submissions through our new dedicated awards portals:

Asia-Pacific Awards Portal

Europe, Middle East, & Africa Awards Portal

Americas Awards Portal

For consideration for the Jurisdiction Awards, please submit to the ITR World Tax rankings 2023 / 2024.

Once submissions have been received, our team of editors, journalists, and researchers will undertake a thorough analysis of their content. In conjunction with ITR’s market knowledge, this will be used to inform final decisions. All decisions are made independently by the editorial team.

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All categories, criteria, and detailed methodologies can be found in the awards summaries below:

Asia-Pacific Awards Summary

Europe, Middle East, & Africa Awards Summary

Americas Awards Summary

Please note, we reserve the right to add or modify the awards categories.

For more information about the ITR Awards, please contact awards editor John Harrison.

For questions concerning commercial opportunities, marketing options, or the awards ceremonies, please contact Tanya Gujral (Americas) and Raquel Ipo (APAC & EMEA). You can find the winners from the 2022 award ceremonies here: Asia-Pacific, EMEA, and Americas.

 

ITR World Tax research

ITR World Tax provides independent research and coverage of the world’s leading tax and transfer pricing firms and practitioners.

Produced in association with ITR, the research generates rankings that strive to accurately benchmark tax firms and practitioners against their peers in their markets. ITR World Tax also profiles the most effective tax and TP practitioners in the world, covering over 60 jurisdictions across every continent.

Research guidelines

The ITR World Tax 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.

In this way, the research will produce detailed country-by-country ranking tables which reflect the nature of each market. The rankings are based on written evidence of tax matters undertaken during the review period, interviews with and polling of clients, and peer review.

Look out for our research webinar, which we will publish in November 29, 2022. In this webinar we will talk about the form and how to maximise your participation in the research. We will also hold a Q&A session.

If you have any further questions about the ITR World Tax rankings process, please contact global editor Jon Moore.

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