Andersen Leads Pack as Global Tax Consultant

Glob@l Finance magazine has announced that Big Five firm Andersen has been selected as the best global tax consultant for the year 2001. The ranking represents the first annual consultants' ranking by the magazine. The ranking will appear in the magazine's January 2001 issue.

Criteria used for the decision included revenues, market share, and growth. In addition, analysts, competitors, and other experts were interviewed in the process of arriving at the ranking.

"Our people are passionate about helping clients with solutions to complexs business and tax issues," said Richard Spivak, Managing Partner of Andersen's tax and legal practice. "It is an honor to be recognized for our global leadership in the area of tax consulting."

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