22 May 2015 | 02:24 pm |
International law firm Pinsent Masons has won the prestigious 'Tax Team in a Law Firm' award at The Taxation Awards 2015.
The Taxation Awards are widely recognised as one of the most reputable awards in the industry. The Tax Team in a Law Firm award honours tax teams which have demonstrated innovative work which adds value to clients as well as team work and proven performance in excess of expectations.
Pinsent Masons fought off stiff competition from Baker & McKenzie, Eversheds, Joseph Hage Aaronson and Olswang to secure the accolade.
Commenting on the win, Jason Collins head of tax, said:
“We are really proud to win this award. Pinsent Masons (uniquely) has a large multidisciplinary tax team, with top tax lawyers working alongside chartered tax advisers and former tax policy officers. Our clients value our advice on the full spectrum of contentious and advisory matters and this award recognises the excellence of our tax practice”.
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Multinational law firm has hired partner Eran Chvika to expand the firm's project finance capability in France and Francophone Africa.
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International law firm Pinsent Masons has further enhanced its commercial litigation, regulatory and tax litigation practice with the appointment of Andrew Sackey as a contentious tax partner in its London office. Andrew will work with clients across each of the firm's five key global sectors – Energy, Infrastructure, Financial Services, Real Estate and Advanced Manufacturing & Technology.
HMRC made 540 requests to overseas authorities for information on UK taxpayers last year, an increase of 24% on the previous year, as it intensifies its crackdown on hidden offshore assets, says Pinsent Masons, the international law firm.
HMRC collected £9.8 billion in extra revenue through tax investigations into the UK’s 2,000 largest businesses last year, up 12% from £8.7 billion in 2017/18 (source HMRC), says Pinsent Masons, the international law firm.
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