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Our dedicated international tax professionals assist our clients with their cross-border tax structuring, planning, reporting and risk management.

Our market-leading global tax desk network - a co-located team of highly experienced professionals from multiple countries - has revolutionised the way we provide international tax services. We work with you to build proactive and truly integrated global tax strategies that address the tax risks of today's businesses and achieve sustainable growth.

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Daryn Moore

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