DLA Piper’s tax team ranked as leading firm in World Tax 2014 edition in Ukraine
DLA Piper has been ranked as a leading firm in the 2014 edition of World Tax, a directory of the leading tax advisory firms that gives an objective analysis of market positions and development of a number of advisers.
DLA Piper’s tax team in Ukraine is headed by Svitlana Musienko, who leads a team of five lawyers. They advise clients on corporate tax, VAT and customs issues, tax-driven restructurings at the domestic and global level, taxation of M&A transactions and transfer pricing issues.
World Tax, which relies heavily on client feedback, cited one client who said of the tax team: ‘They were very quick in their replies. They did not produce huge reports; they were short and snappy but with everything in it. And they were very business oriented, providing us with precisely what we asked for.’
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