Tax Controversy Leaders 2016 recognizes 158 Deloitte tax controversy specialists
New York, 21 November 2016—158 Deloitte professionals, from 35 countries, are recognized in the Tax Controversy Leaders 2016 guide for professional excellence. More Deloitte tax controversy leaders are recognized this year than ever before.
“The Deloitte network is very proud to have so many of our tax professionals recognized for their excellence in assisting clients address their highest priority, most complex challenges,” said David Stallings, Deloitte Global Leader, Business Tax. “The global tax landscape is changing rapidly. Deloitte strives to make an impact that matters by providing leadership to help clients gain confidence and make the right decisions in an uncertain environment.”
Inclusion in the guide is based on nominations from clients and peers. Entrants also must show evidence of outstanding success in the past year.
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