Deloitte Africa’s Tax Experts Shine in Global Rankings

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  1. The International Tax Review (ITR) recognised 20 Deloitte Africa leaders in their 2023 World Tax and World Transfer Pricing guides, highlighting their exceptional tax and transfer pricing expertise.
  2. Among the recognised leaders, 13 were ranked as “Highly regarded” and five as “Notable” in the World Tax guide, with two leaders ranked as “Highly regarded” in the World Transfer Pricing guide.
  3. Itireleng Kubeka, Deloitte Africa Tax & Legal Managing Director, hailed the recognition as a testament to Deloitte’s commitment to delivering consistent and valuable client service in Africa and globally.

The International Tax Review (ITR) has honoured 20 Deloitte Africa leaders in their 2023 World Tax and World Transfer Pricing guides, as announced in a recent press release. This recognition showcases the wide range of skills and experience that Deloitte’s professionals bring to the market.

ITR’s annual publications, the World Tax and Transfer Pricing guides, list and recognise the leading tax and transfer pricing practitioners and firms worldwide. The guides are unique in their classification of law firms, consultancies, and advisory groups, reflecting the diversity of the field. The 2023 edition recognised a total of 621 Deloitte professionals for their leadership in tax and transfer pricing.

Among the Deloitte Africa leaders recognised, 13 are ranked as “Highly regarded” in the World Tax guide, five as “Notable”, with two leaders ranked as “Highly regarded” in the World Transfer Pricing guide.

The highly regarded practitioners from the World Tax guide include Delia Ndlovu (Deloitte Africa Chair), Fredrick Omondi (East Africa Tax & Legal Leader), Bernadette Abbott (Business Development Leader, South Africa), and Sudasha Naidoo (Transfer Pricing Leader, South Africa), among others.

The World Tax guide also lists notable practitioners such as Itireleng Kubeka (Africa Tax & Legal Managing Director), Yomi Olugbenro (West Africa Tax & Legal Leader), and Lilian Kubebea (Tax Services, Kenya).

In the World Transfer Pricing guide, Taiwo Okunade (Nigeria) and Billy Joubert (South Africa) have been recognised as highly regarded practitioners.

Itireleng Kubeka, Deloitte Africa Tax & Legal Managing Director, expressed her delight at the recognition of Deloitte’s Africa leaders. “Congratulations to our Africa leaders for being recognised as some of the world’s leading tax and transfer pricing practitioners in both the World Tax and World Transfer Pricing guides. Inclusion in the guides is testament to Deloitte’s commitment to delivering consistent and valuable client service in Africa, and globally,” she said.

This recognition is a significant achievement for Deloitte Africa and is reflective of the firm’s consistent commitment to providing valuable tax and transfer pricing services on the continent and beyond.

Table 1: Deloitte Africa Leaders Recognised in 2023 World Tax Guide

RankingNamePositionCountry
Highly RegardedDelia NdlovuDeloitte Africa Chair
Highly RegardedFredrick OmondiEast Africa Tax & Legal LeaderKenya
Highly RegardedBernadette AbbottBusiness Development LeaderSouth Africa
NotableItireleng KubekaAfrica Tax & Legal Managing Director
NotableYomi OlugbenroWest Africa Tax & Legal LeaderNigeria
NotableLilian KubebeaTax ServicesKenya
Caption: Table 1 provides a snapshot of Deloitte Africa leaders recognised as “Highly Regarded” and “Notable” in the 2023 World Tax Guide.

Table 2: Deloitte Africa Leaders Recognised in 2023 World Transfer Pricing Guide

RankingNamePositionCountry
Highly RegardedTaiwo OkunadeTransfer PricingNigeria
Highly RegardedBilly JoubertTransfer PricingSouth Africa
Caption: Table 2 provides a snapshot of Deloitte Africa leaders recognised as “Highly Regarded” in the 2023 World Transfer Pricing Guide.

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