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EY’s annual Young Tax Professional of the Year competition, designed to tackle tax-related challenges, recently concluded in Finland with the enthusiastic participation of ten students hailing from six universities—Helsinki, Turku, Tampere, Oulu, Aalto, and Hanken.
Serving as a valuable platform for students to launch their careers in expert roles, the competition awards the top three winners with coveted trainee positions at EY, accompanied by monetary rewards. Additionally, the first-place winner earns the privilege of representing Finland in EY’s international Young Tax Professional of the Year competition.
This year’s triumphant participant is Inka Heiskanen, a business law and tax law student at Tampere University. Following closely are Kirill Helsing from the University of Helsinki in second place and Piia Kiuru from the University of Turku securing the third position.
Expressing her delight, Heiskanen stated, “I am delighted that I participated in the competition, and I encourage others to join because it’s an opportunity to develop oneself both in substance and presentation skills. The case task was interesting, and the atmosphere of the event was encouraging. Overall, it was a great experience!”
Tuomas Anttila, a partner at EY, congratulated Heiskanen, highlighting the high caliber of this year’s competition. He praised the winner’s presentation skills, problem-solving acumen, teamwork, and leadership exhibited during the challenging case task.
Beyond conventional application methods like resumes and cover letters, the competition showcases alternative avenues for aspiring experts. Those securing the top three positions are offered trainee positions at EY in tax services, offering a direct pathway into the consulting industry.
Anttila emphasized the lasting impact of participation, noting, “At EY, we have several individuals who participated in the competition in previous years but did not reach the podium. However, they convinced us with their skills.”
The distinguished judging panel comprised experienced tax professionals: Jouni Arpalahti (Director, Corporate Taxes, Wärtsilä Oyj), Satu Roman (Vice President, Global Taxes, Fiskars Group), Vesa-Pekka Nuotio (Legal Counsel, Supreme Administrative Court), Lauri Luukkonen (Head of Taxation, Finanssiala ry), and Raimo Hietala (Partner, EY).