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July 15, 2019

Hammurabi & Solomon Partners expands its IDT & GST Practice with Ex Big -4


Hammurabi & Solomon Partners has beefed up its services capabilities with the hiring of ex-Big 4 and an indirect tax lead expert Pravesh Khandelwal as a Partner in Gurugram Office. Pravesh has widespread experience of over a decade for handling and providing strategic solutions on the complex issues pertaining to indirect tax laws/GST, compliances, prevention & litigation management strategies across an array of sectors and assisting them representing before various tax authorities, tribunals & courts.Pravesh-Khandelwal

On his joining as a partner, Pravesh has mentioned that “he is excited to join the Firm and looking forward to contributing to the firm’s growth and expanding it tax & GST practice to the next level.”

According Dr. Manoj Kumar Founder & Managing Partner, “We are delighted to have Pravesh who has a long stint in IDT & GST at a Big4. His joining us is a part of our vision for extending our expertise and capabilities on various aspects/complex issues of indirect tax laws & GST where clients have reached out to us for support in issues such as compliances, cross charges, anti-profiteering, GST audits, litigation handling etc. and provide the best bespoke solutions to our clients.”

H&S had recently opened its 6th Office in India in Gurugram with expansion in legal compliance & IDT.

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