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Deloitte is 2013 Central European Tax Firm of the Year

International Tax Review’s (ITR) 9th annual European Tax Awards

At the International Tax Review’s (ITR) 9th annual European Tax Awards, held 15 May in London, Deloitte was recognized as Central European Tax Firm of the Year 2013.

“This recognition is a testament to the high quality work our tax professionals routinely provide, our capacity to create tailor-made solutions for clients, and the strength of our regional network of tax practices,” states Dražen Nimčević, Partner and Tax leader at Deloitte in Croatia.

For the third consecutive year the Deloitte network was the most successful organization at the Awards. Deloitte received top regional honours, being named both the European Tax and European Transfer Pricing regional network of the year.

Leading tax and legal firms from 26 European jurisdictions, plus South Africa, were nominated for the awards. To determine winners, ITR considered submissions made by the participating firms and ITR’s team of journalists undertook detailed research from a variety of sources, including a poll of international tax executives. Awards were given for work performed during the previous 12-month period.

“Deloitte member firms are proud to be the first in six years to have won both the European Tax and European Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year awards in a single year. This, along with ITR’s recognition of country teams individually, is a testament to the strength of the Deloitte network across Europe,” said Dan Lange, Global Managing Director, Tax & Legal, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL).
The flexible service delivery model of Deloitte member firms and the global Deloitte network enables clients to choose a level of support that is right for them. Services can be provided using a local approach, a global or regionally coordinated approach, or a centralized approach to increase efficiency and control over tax activities.

Clients benefit from the global reach of the worldwide Deloitte network of member firms, while retaining access to local tax knowledge when and where they need it. This means enhanced relations with revenue authorities, fast responses to regulatory changes, and a tax provider with a deep understanding of their issues and the environments in which they operate.

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