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Meet Raffi Markarian

Principal, Deloitte Tax LLP

Raffi Markarian, principal, Deloitte Tax LLP, is in Deloitte’s Global Tax Management Consulting (TMC) practice and a key architect of Deloitte’s multi-disciplinary Tax Process and Data Optimization services. Deloitte’s pioneering methodology and team has helped clients integrate global tax planning, data and process requirements into enterprise-wide business and finance transformation initiatives focusing on enterprise financial system implementations, global supply chain transformation efforts and corporate shared services. Raffi has over 24 years of experience in software development, system implementation and project management, specializing in tax data management and tax process optimization. He has led significant tax data integration and process redesign projects for leading multi-nationals across all industries covering data design, tax system alignment, ERP system reporting/data extraction and electronic tax record retention and is a frequent speaker on these and related topics.

Raffi’s background includes assisting clients with accounting and tax software development and implementation, investment and partnership tax system design and implementation, tax process optimization and design of corporate knowledge management solutions. 

He received a BA from the University of Chicago and MBA from the University of Illinois - Chicago.

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