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Poland - April 2016

CELIA Alliance member SK&S ranks second as 'Largest Tax Advice Firm' in Poland

The Tax Department of Sołtysiński Kawecki & Szlęzak (SK&S) has been ranked second under the ‘Largest tax advice firms’ in the 2015 ‘Ranking of Tax Firms and Advisors’, published by the Polish business daily newspaper, ‘Gazeta Prawna’.  This ranking is in the category of medium-sized firms who employ 3 to 9 tax professionals with permission to provide advice. 

In addition to the overall firm ranking, two SK&S tax partners were ranked individually under ‘Best tax advisors in 2015 in Poland’.  Piotr Andrzejak ranked second in the VAT category, while Jarosław Bieroński ranked third in the category of international tax law.

These rankings of tax firms and advisors are perceived as the most prestigious in Poland, and apply strict criteria to ensure only the best firms and advisers are listed.

Before the awards ceremony, partner Piotr Andrzejak represented SK&S in a panel discussion regarding the ethics in the tax advisors’ profession in relation to current requirements of Polish tax law.

For more information on Soltysinski Kawecki & Szlezak and to get in touch with them, visit their profile page here.


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