Taxand, a global organisation of tax advisors to multinational businesses, has launched Taxand Access, an initiative to deliver seamless international services to clients by offering bespoke advice from the best person, in person.
Through the initiative, Taxand clients will have regular access to international partners from a range of Taxand jurisdictions to discuss any tax issue that relates to the advisor’s locality. This means, for example, that a client in New York with tax issues in France will have the ability to arrange a regular face-to-face meeting in their office with a French Taxand representative, a client in Shanghai can sit down with a representative from Spain and a client in New Delhi will have direct access to a representative from the UK.
Frédéric Donnedieu de Vabres, chairman of Taxand, said: “Taxand Access is an innovative way to provide a first class service for our clients and leverage the skills of our advisors internationally. There is no doubt that face-to-face meetings are the best way to do business. Taxand Access will reach beyond standard desk or exchange programmes giving our clients regular face-time with truly local experts. We are confident this new service will prove a valuable asset to our multinational clients across the globe.”
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