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ITR’s 2021 EMEA Tax Awards honors Deloitte with 26 awards

Accolades include the EMEA Tax Firm of the Year & Tax Compliance and Reporting Firm of the Year for the fifth consecutive year

NEW YORK, NY, USA, 15 September 2021 – Deloitte practices won 26 awards across 30 jurisdictions at the International Tax Review (ITR) 2021 EMEA Tax Awards. Deloitte was recognized as the EMEA Tax Firm of the Year & Tax Compliance and Reporting Firm of the Year for the fifth consecutive year. Other regional accolades include the Tax Innovator of the Year and Tax Technology Provider of the Year awards. These awards celebrate Deloitte’s commitment to client service excellence despite the challenges presented during the pandemic.

Deloitte also earned several national awards, winning National Tax Firm of the Year in eight jurisdictions, including Africa, Austria, Belgium, CEE, Cyprus, Luxembourg, Malta, and Switzerland. Additionally, Deloitte won the National Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year in twelve jurisdictions including Austria, Baltic States, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Hungary, Italy, Middle East, Norway, Portugal, Spain, and Switzerland. Deloitte was also awarded two Impact Deal of the Year Awards for its work in two high-profile transactions.

I’m thrilled with Deloitte’s performance at this year’s ITR EMEA Tax Awards. While the last 18 months have been challenging for our professionals and our clients, we pride ourselves in delivering vision, clarity, and confidence in an increasingly complex world, and I’m delighted that our resilience and commitment in delivering these outcomes to our clients have been recognized. We continue to invest heavily in technology and automation, not only to further our clients’ digitalization journey, but also to enhance the value we bring, through more accurate data analysis and deep insights. Being rewarded with both the Innovator and Tax Technology Provider awards, just shows how valuable these efforts are..

–Zubin Patel, Deloitte Global Leader, International Tax

The awards submissions are judged based on innovation, level of impact, complexity of matter, and scale of projects completed over a twelve-month period.