KPMG Acor Tax is recognized by ITR as leading in global dispute resolution and controversy.
International Tax Review (ITR) has released its 2015 edition of their Tax Controversy Leaders guide. In this year’s edition, KPMG Acor Tax has been recognized as the leading Danish firm within Big 4, and we are proud to announce that three partners of KPMG Acor Tax are recognized as the best tax controversy leaders in Denmark:
Henrik Lund, Partner in Transfer Pricing
Martin Nielsen, Partner in Transfer Pricing
Peter Bjare, Partner in Corporate Tax
Global dispute resolution and controversy mainly covers Mutual Agreement Procedures (MAPs), Advance Pricing Agreements (APAs), managing tax audits and dealing with tax complaints at the administrative level as well as in the courts.
It is a clear proof of the quality and caliber of our people, and provides a significant opportunity to raise our profiles and support our goal of being the clear choice for international tax services to multinational Corporations.Tax Controversy Leaders is a list of the leading tax controversy advisers in the world. Inclusion in the guide is based on a minimum number of nominations received. In addition to having the required number of nominations, entrants must also possess evidence of outstanding work in the last year; and consistently receive positive feedback from peers and clients. Tax Controversy Leadersis promoted to all ITR subscribers both online (where they receive an average of 10,000 unique visitors per month), and to over 7,000 print subscribers.
Click here to view the complete list on the ITR website.
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