Moscow, 13 March 2017. Applications to compete in the annual Corporate Tax Award contest, established by the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RSPP) and PwC Russia, will be accepted starting from today.
“Our contest facilitates the spread of best practices in corporate taxation and brings together top-level tax experts. This year, we are paying special attention to the efficient use of shared service centres for the tax function. To this end, we have introduced a new nomination category that will evaluate the degree to which tax business processes have been transferred to shared service centres and the level of their automation.”
The Award was established in 2016 jointly by RSPP and PwC. Any business organisations, excluding tax advisers, can participate in the contest.
“Of course, tax teams are currently paying more and more attention to improving the effectiveness of tax business processes, to identifying, assessing and monitoring risks, and to measuring the effectiveness of internal controls. At the same time, they are facing the harmonisation and automation of processes, as well as the transfer of tax functions to shared services centres. This contest is an opportunity to distinguish best practices in building the tax function and to keep track of the most popular trends in this sector.”
This year, the Award will be granted in four nomination categories:
An expert panel represented by business circles, the academic community and the winners of last year’s contest will decide on the award winners this year.
Members of the Expert Panel in 2017:
Winners in the four nomination groups will be determined in October 2017 at a meeting of the Expert Panel.
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