Welcome to the Women in Tax Leaders guide from World Tax, in association with the International Tax Review. This is the sixth annual publication of the list of the world’s leading female tax practitioners and is the most comprehensive edition yet, as we continue to grow the guide in both scope and scale. It covers more jurisdictions, reaches out to more individuals and recognises more practitioners than ever before – from rising stars just making a name for themselves to market leaders with decades of experience behind them.
Our research is now wider and deeper than ever:
More than 10,000 professionals surveyed
Almost 900 experts ranked
All the latest Women in Tax Leaders can be found here:
These individuals are nominated by their peers and the wider market and are recommended as trusted advisers. We ask tax professionals to name the people they would refer their clients to in the event of a conflict, or recommend as a local representative in another jurisdiction. Consumers of tax services also provide feedback regarding which individuals they consider to be the leading names in the market. The resulting list is therefore a collection of leaders recognised – by the leading names in their own and international markets – as those who perform strongest in their field. Market leaders chosen by market leaders.
WOMEN IN TAX LEADERS SURVEY
Continuing on from last year's inaugural Women in Tax Leaders Survey in 2019, as part of our continuing expansion of our coverage in the guide, we are once again inviting female tax practitioners to provide us with their perspective on the experience of women working in the tax industry.
Further details of the results of the inaugural survey can be found here.
As part of our extended coverage we also offer online profiles for those included this year. These allow practitioners to showcase their work to clients, offer more information about their skills and experience and display feedback collected by our research team from a broad range of industries.
Do you agree with our findings? If not, there is still time to take part in the PRACTIONER SURVEY, where you can provide your feedback
Our aim always is to progress the guide, reach out to more practitioners, receive feedback from more clients and provide coverage of more leaders from every market. We would like to thank those who took the time to provide feedback to help us put this guide together this year and would encourage everyone to do so in the future to ensure we are providing the broadest, most accurate assessment of leading female tax practitioners that we can.