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SEED Group ties up with WTS Dhruva to assist in VAT compliance
By a staff reporter October 05, 2018
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DUBAI: SEED Group, a conglomerate of diversified companies, owned and operated by The Private Office of Sheikh Saeed Bin Ahmed Al Maktoum, has announced a partnership agreement with the award-winning WTS Dhruva, a registered VAT/Tax niche boutique Advisory Firm based in the UAE.

The decision is aimed at continuously supporting UAE businesses in achieving their VAT compliance in the most efficient and effective way, avoiding any risks of errors at any point of the VAT filing process and beyond, as well as offering professional advisory VAT services and solutions through a customized automated reporting VAT digital compliance tool designed for the GCC region.

Hisham Al Gurg, the CEO of the Private Office of Sheikh Saeed Bin Ahmed Al Maktoum and SEED Group commented “Over the last year, WTS Dhruva worked with multinational clients and regulators on challenging tax environments, policies issuance and infrastructures. We believe that the firm will have a positive role by being present and on the ground here in the UAE and supporting businesses come to grips with the tax issues ensuring transparent compliance.”

Al Gurg added “We are proud of the innovative digital tool that WTS Dhruva have customised and are offering to their clients, confident it will allow organisations to not only automate their return filing process, but also to create and maintain the necessary audit trails for the future. The technology was created to provide better accuracy to mitigate human error, reduce workloads and increase efficiency in managing tax compliances.”

Dinesh Kanabar, CEO and Founder of WTS Dhruva said, “We in WTS Dhruva feel proud in signing the agreements with the Private Office and SEED who has always been considered by us as our key strategy in our vision of expanding and spreading the knowledge in UAE and across the region.”

“The Private Office and SEED Group had continuously been the aspiring platform for businesses and executives truly having essential knowledge to proceed in their long journey of success.

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