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RSM launches tax training program

RSM has started the RSM ITAX Academy, a two year programme to provide the network's leaders in international tax with technical and client advisory skills.

The RSM ITAX Academy is led by members from the RSM centre for excellence for tax in partnership with academics from the University of Amsterdam.

RSM chief executive Jean Stephens said that she believed the programme would become a symbol of excellence in international tax.

"We launched the RSM ITAX Academy to give the future leaders of international tax a very special opportunity to learn not just from the very best tax professionals in RSM, but also from one of Europe's best academic institutions for tax - the University of Amsterdam," she said.

"We are delighted to welcome the inaugural class into this challenging two year programme and wish them every success as they progress through their studies."

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