The International Tax Review in 2020 awarded Deloitte with the titles Swiss Tax Firm of the Year for the 8th time in a row and Swiss Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year for the 8th time in nine years.
Deloitte Switzerland showed again the greatest strength and depth of any Swiss tax practice and was recognised in the European Tax Awards competition organised by the International Tax Review.
“We are very excited and it is a great success that we have once again, for the eighth time in a row, been named best tax practice in Switzerland. We take this as a testimony of the value we bring to our clients - it takes years of continuous excellent client service to get there”, said Jackie Hess, Managing Partner Tax & Legal at Deloitte Switzerland.
“With our solutions, we help our clients to meet the complex challenges of a rapidly changing tax and economic landscape, to avoid unnecessary costs and reputational damage and to remain competitive. Wherever tax changes require an adjustment to business structures and models - Deloitte, as an integrated global service provider - can not only provide tax advice, but also offer strategic, operational, technological as well as legal consulting services from a single source, and can in this way help to make such projects successful.”
Deloitte is one of the leading professional services firms globally and offers clients a comprehensive spectrum of integrated tax advisory services. The Swiss Tax & Legal team is comprised of approx. 320 people, which work closely together with our well-established global network of member firms. The international and national tax environment has never been as complex and, in particular, as dynamic as it is today. Transparency requirements are increasingly comprehensive, and non-compliance with international tax regulation can lead to high costs and reputational damage.
The International Tax Review is the publisher of prestigious tax and law materials recognised by industry experts. Not only does it present the most important tax news from around the world but also publishes analyses on income and indirect taxes, transfer pricing, disputes and international taxes.