MAGNUSSON MOVES UP IN WORLD TAX 2018
In the recently launched 2018 edition of the ranking, Magnusson has moved one tier up for Tax in Sweden and has been again ranked as one of the best advisory firms for Tax in the Baltic States, which includes Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.
The ranking has also endorsed Magnusson’s tax lawyers: partners Per Wiker (head of team) and Eric Cederström from Sweden, partner Elvira Tulvik (head of team) and of counsel Martin Hirvoja from Estonia, and partner Evaldas Rapolas and associate Kęstutis Baranauskas from Lithuania.
The publication states that: “Magnusson's tax practice has a wealth of experience and offers a full range of advisory services”, and cites a client describing Magnusson’s tax practice as “experienced, prompt delivery, hands-on advice and on budget."
World Tax is International Tax Review’s directory to the leading tax advisory practices, including law firms around the world. The annual World Tax directory is a key resource in assisting tax executives locate specialist advice.
Each edition rates the tax expertise offered in more than 50 jurisdictions globally, giving tax executives the most comprehensive information about the market of tax advice. World Tax is unique among directories as it classifies professional services, law firms, and other tax advice providers together.
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