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Clayton & McKervey Named One of the Top Transfer Pricing Firms Globally by International Tax Review

Posted on November 30, 2016 by

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Clayton & McKervey, an international accounting and business advisory firm servicing growth-driven middle-market companies, has been named one of the world’s leading transfer pricing advisory firms by International Tax ReviewTransfer pricing is widely considered the top tax issue for companies with international operations.

According to International Tax Review, “Finding an adviser who understands the business practicalities of a particular industry, or has first-hand experience of the authorities in a specific jurisdiction, is vital to address individual company needs.”

To identify top advisors, International Tax Review correspondents interviewed corporate tax and transfer pricing directors and clients across 51 countries.

Clayton & McKervey’s review in the World Transfer Pricing publication states:

“One client said their experience with the firm was ‘first in class,’ while another said: ‘Clayton & McKervey is an outstanding value. Great service, great price, and great experts. They provide me the best service for my dollar.’”

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