Taxand, the international network of tax accountants, has doubled in size in
its first six months, it revealed today.
The alliance of independent tax firms, which is designed to enable firms to
employ an international network independent of the Big Four, now comprises 1,000
tax professionals, including 174 partners, in 19 countries.
‘Taxand is the first and only global network of independent tax firms that
offers seamless international tax services to meet clients’ needs quickly and
efficiently while providing the best possible expertise,’ said David Pert of
Chiltern plc, the UK member of Taxand Global Alliance.
‘Taxand is a true alternative to traditional operators,’ said Donnedieu de
Vabres, the international co-ordinator of Taxand.
‘Taxand is not only a success with and for clients but also with tax
professionals who are attracted to this new model, which is creating value and
growth for its members.’
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