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Canadian Tax Partners Stand Out 

Canadian Tax Adviser

 

September 11, 2012

 

KPMG partners Paul Lynch (Ottawa, National Tax), Gerald Grenon (Calgary, Moskowitz & Meredith LLP) and John Bain (Toronto, Indirect Tax) have been recognized by the International Tax Review (ITR) as some of the world's leading tax advisers. Paul and Gerald, along with seven network members from KPMG's Tax Dispute Resolution & Controversy network, were recognized for their Tax Dispute and Controversy efforts, while John received accolades for his work in Indirect Tax.

Inclusion in the ITR's Tax Controversy Leaders and Indirect Tax Leaders guides is based on the number of nominations received, evidence of outstanding work in the last year, and consistently positive feedback from peers and clients.

Congratulations to Paul, Gerald and John for this important recognition.

 

For more information, contact your KPMG adviser.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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