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Clayton & McKervey Named Finalist for “Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year” by International Tax Review

Posted on August 11, 2016 by

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Clayton & McKervey, an international accounting and business advisory firm servicing growth-driven middle-market companies, has been nominated for the International Tax Review’s 11th Annual Americas Tax Awards, in the category of Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year – U.S. East Coast.  This is the firm’s first year being included on the shortlist of finalists, alongside several of the largest accounting and law firms in the world.

The shortlist was derived from peer review and client research, as well as supplemental questionnaires. Clayton & McKervey is one of seven firms nominated in the U.S. East Coast category.

“We are thrilled to be recognized for our work in the growing area of transfer pricing by our clients and peers,” said Clayton & McKervey Principal, Transfer Pricing Alex Martin. “Being identified among several of the most well-regarded firms in the industry is a great honor. To me, this nomination is indicative of the caliber of international knowledge Clayton & McKervey delivers to clients across all areas,” he said.

Firms from 15 countries in North, South and Central America will compete for the awards, which will be presented during a dinner at the Pierre Hotel in New York on September 15, 2016.  For the first time, the ceremony will feature the presentation of awards to practice leaders in tax, transfer pricing, indirect tax and tax disputes, respectively.

For the full list of nominations, or to learn more about the awards, visit International Tax Review.

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