Tax Expert Guide recognizes Deloitte experts, more than any other organization


Tax Expert Guide recognizes Deloitte experts, more than any other organization

The 2014 Guide to the World’s Leading Tax Advisers names 147 Deloitte professionals from around the world as experts in their areas of specialism. Deloitte has more experts named, from more countries, than any other organization.

Experts are identified by researchers who conduct in-depth evaluations of tax practitioners across 63 jurisdictions. The expert designation is awarded at the conclusion of an open nominations process and shortlist process followed by validation by a select group of advisers.

“We are very pleased to be recognized in the 2014 Guide to the World’s Leading Tax Advisers for Deloitte’s commitment to providing high value insights that address clients’ most pressing business and tax challenges,” said Dan Lange, Deloitte Global Leader, Tax and Legal. “It is an outstanding honor for the Deloitte network to have more professionals from more countries named in the guide than any other organization. These strong results reflect Deloitte’s network-wide focus on technical excellence, technology, innovation, collaboration, and providing a distinctive client experience, as well as the hard work and excellent performance of Deloitte member firm tax and legal professionals.”

Deloitte member firms are part of a global network that includes over 30,000 tax & legal partners and professionals.

The flexible service delivery model of Deloitte member firms helps enable 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 help increase efficiency and control over tax activities.

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

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