DELOITTE IS 2014 CENTRAL EUROPEAN TAX FIRM OF THE YEAR
Recognised for complex and innovative tax work throughout the regional network
Riga, 17 June 2014 – At the International Tax Review’s (ITR) 10th annual European Tax Awards, held 21 May in London, Deloitte was recognized as Central European Tax Firm of the Year 2014.
The Deloitte network won a total of 15 awards in International Tax Review’s European Tax Awards, including Baltic States and Poland being named Transfer Pricing Firms of the Year in their respective jurisdiction.
Leading tax and legal firms from 26 European jurisdictions, plus South Africa, were nominated for the awards. Firms were judged on several categories, including innovativeness and ingenuity of the tax solutions provided and the complexity of tax issues addressed. To determine winners, ITR’s staff consulted a large number of tax advisers and lawyers, tax executives, and in-house counsel. Awards were given to firms that demonstrated innovative client work in Europe between January 2013 and January 2014.
“Deloitte’s position, both throughout Europe and within the Central European region is getting stronger. Our leadership in the Central European tax advisory market is reflected in another award granted by International Tax Review. On top of that the dynamics of our organic growth is definitely the highest among the companies of the Big Four,” said Krzysztof Moczulski, Central Europe Tax & Legal Function Leader.
Deloitte member firms are part of a global network that includes approximately 28,000 member firm tax partners and professionals worldwide.
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.