Our clients require a seamless, multi-jurisdictional tax advisory service, whether on a standalone basis or as an integral part of the full legal service offered by Allen & Overy.
That’s why, with more than 100 tax specialists across our international network, we are able to offer both domestic and cross-border advice wherever our clients need it, whether they are financial institutions, corporate entities, or funds.
The depth and breadth of our knowledge ensures that we are able to support our clients’ business needs successfully and provide high-quality, innovative tax solutions in the increasingly complex area of tax legislation and practice.
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