KPMG GTDR&C professionals recognized by International Tax Review

GTDR&C professionals recognized by ITR

International Tax Review (ITR) has released its 2016 edition of their Tax Controversy Leaders guide. In this year’s edition, 109 KPMG Tax professionals have been included as some of the best tax controversy leaders worldwide.

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KPMG Professionals recognized by ITR

International Tax Review (ITR) has released its 2016 edition of their Tax Controversy Leaders guide. In this year’s edition, 109 KPMG Tax professionals have been included as some of the best tax controversy leaders worldwide.

Those featured were selected based on a minimum number of nominations received, as well as on their outstanding work from the past year and consistently positive feedback from their peers and clients.

You can view the list on the ITR website.

Our congratulations go out to the following partners for the incredible work they do to deliver quality service to our clients every day:

Abdulkadir Kahraman, KPMG in Turkey

Abraham Pierre, KPMG in Indonesia

Adam Gibbs, KPMG in Australia

Agata Uceda, KPMG in the Netherlands

Albert Gau, KPMG in Taiwan

Alex Patrick, KPMG in Australia

Alexandra Martins, KPMG in Portugal

Amanda Brown, KPMG in the UK

Andre Meyburgh, KPMG in South Africa

Andrey Grachev, KPMG in Russia

Angela Iliadis, KPMG in Greece

Angelina Langana, KPMG in Australia

Anton Zykov, KPMG in Russia

Antonio Américo Coelho, KPMG in Portugal

Antonio Ramirez, KPMG in Mexico

Ashok Hariharan, KPMG in Oman

Ayesha Lau, KPMG in Hong Kong

Barbara Polster, KPMG in Austria

Ben Opie, KPMG in Australia

Brajeshwar Banerjee, KPMG in Japan

Brian Carr, KPMG in Canada

Brian Trauman, KPMG in the US

Camilo Rodriguez, KPMG Colombia

Craig Richardson, KPMG in Qatar 

Curtis Ng, KPMG in China

Dariusz Malinowski, KPMG in Poland

David Drummond, KPMG in Australia

David Ling, KPMG in China

Dirk Van Stappen, KPMG in Belgium

Ebrahim Baeshen, KPMG Saudi Arabia

Effie Adamidou, KPMG in Greece

Eko Prajanto, KPMG in Indonesia

Eric Sandelin, KPMG in Finland

Erik Hillestad Aas, KPMG in Norway

Erin Collins, KPMG in the US

Francisco Lyon, KPMG in Chile

Frank Lavadera, KPMG in the US

Ganesh Ramanath, KPMG in Oman

Geoffrey Soh, KPMG in Singapore

Gustavo Amaral, KPMG in Portugal

Hans Eklund, KPMG in Sweden

Henrik Lund, KPMG in Denmark

Herminigildo Murakami, KPMG in the Philippines

Irina Panina, KPMG in Russia

Jarno Mäkelä, KPMG in Finland

Jeong Wook Choi, KPMG in South Korea

Johan van der Walt, KPMG in South Africa

John Salvaris, KPMG in Australia

Johnny Bøgebjerg, KPMG in Denmark

Jose Manuel Ramirez, KPMG in the US

Julie Hughff, KPMG in the UK

Julio César Garcia, KPMG in Spain

Jussi Järvinen, KPMG in Finland

Karishma Phatarphekar, KPMG in India

Kennet Pettersson, KPMG in Finland

Kevin Elliott, KPMG in the UK

KR Girish, KPMG in India

Leung Yew Kwong, KPMG in Singapore

Lewis Lu, KPMG in China

Lian Seng Soh, KPMG in Malaysia

Lilly Li, KPMG in China

Lucas Dante, KPMG in the US

Luis Magalhaes, KPMG in Portugal

Maja Maksimovic, KPMG Croatia

Manuel Llaca, KPMG in Mexico

Marc Temme, KPMG in the Netherlands

Mark Poole, KPMG in Australia

Markus Wyss, KPMG in Switzerland

Martin Lenz, KPMG in Germany

Martin Nielsen, KPMG in Denmark

Mary Karen Quizon, KPMG in the Philippines

Michael Farrell, KPMG in Ireland

Michael Glover, KPGM in Hungary

Michael Olesnicky, KPMG in Hong Kong

Mike Dolan, KPMG in the US

Mikhail Orlov, KPMG in Russia

Montserrat Trape, KPMG in Spain

Muhammad Saloojee, KPMG in South Africa

Nicholas Crist, KPMG in Malaysia

Niculae Done, KPMG in Romania

Oi Leng Mak, KPMG in Singapore

Ole Henning Mathisen, KPMG in Norway

Paul Dunne, KPMG in New Zealand

Paul Lynch, KPMG in Canada

Peter Bjare, KPMG in Denmark

Peter Blessing, KPMG in the US

Peter Kay, KPMG in Poland

Philippe Neefs, KPMG in Luxembourg

Rasheed Al-Qenae, KPMG in Kuwait

Rocio Bances, KPMG in Peru

Rohan Phatarphekar, KPMG in India

Rolando Lopez, KPMG in Puerto Rico

Ross Hocking, KPMG in Australia

Ruud Berendse, KPMG in the Netherlands

Sarah Blakecock, KPMG in Australia

Sarah Dunn, KPMG in Australia

Sean Foley, KPMG in the US

Sergiy Popov, KPMG in Ukraine

Sharon Katz-Pearlman, KPMG in the US

Steven Wrappe, KPMG in the US

Sue Lynn Ng, KPMG in Malaysia

Takayuki Kozu, KPMG in Japan

Talal Al Naser, KPMG in Saudi Arabia

Tatiana Zamorska, KPMG in Ukraine

Thomas Zollo, KPMG in the US

Véronique Slachmuylders, KPMG in Belgium

Vicente Javier Torres, KPMG Colombia

Vikas Vasal, KPMG in India

Yuichi Komakine, KPMG in Japan

Zubair Patel, KPMG in Kuwait

 

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