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Clients’ needs are handled by the appropriate specialist unit within the firm. While allowing for greater focus on the client’s specific requirements, this does not in any way affect the overall view of the problem referred to PC&A.

The firm is neither too large nor too small but just the right size to enable interaction amongst the heads of the various units and allow for an in-depth multi-disciplinary analysis of all the aspects of the problem as a whole.

Under the constant guidance of the founding partner, multi-disciplinary issues (the tax implications of corporate transactions or the civil law aspects involved in a tax dispute, just to mention a few examples) are dealt with and resolved through active collaboration amongst various specialists, with a view to providing a full and precise answer to the client’s queries.