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Euromoney recognises four Deloitte Africa Tax & Legal leaders in its 2022 Tax Advisers Guide

Johannesburg,16 September 2022 - We are pleased to announce that Euromoney, a leading international publication that lists the world’s top tax advisors, has recognised and listed four Deloitte Africa Tax & Legal leaders in its 2022 Guide to the World’s Leading Tax Advisers.

Deloitte Africa Tax & Legal leaders recognised in Euromoney’s 2022 Tax Advisers Guide are:


Fredrick Omondi,
Partner and East Africa
Tax & Legal Leader
(Kenya)

Yomi Olugbenro,
Partner and West Africa
Tax & Legal Leader
(Nigeria)

Lilian Kubebea,
Partner, Tax
(Kenya)

George Ankomah,
Partner, Tax
(Ghana)

“A huge congratulations to our Africa Tax & Legal leaders! This is indeed a great achievement, and the recognition cements Deloitte’s undisputed leadership in offering globally-focused and digitally-powered services across diverse tax practices,” said Itireleng Kubeka, Managing Director, Deloitte Africa Tax & Legal.

In this 14th edition, Euromoney’s 2022 Tax Advisers Guide has recognised 177 Deloitte professionals across 59 jurisdictions.

“Deloitte is pleased to have nearly 200 of our tax specialists recognised for their excellence in Euromoney’s 2022 Tax Advisers Guide. We strive to make an impact that matters by providing invaluable client service tailored to business needs. Our global network is focused on serving clients with vision, clarity, and confidence to help them overcome challenges, deal with uncertainties, and make informed decisions. These awards are testament to Deloitte’s consistent commitment and dedication to addressing our clients’ increasingly complex tax issues in a rapidly-changing, unpredictable tax regulatory landscape,” said Zubin Patel, Deloitte Global, International Tax Leader.

As part of the comprehensive research process, Euromoney receives nominations from firms, after which a detailed investigation of the work and reputation of the tax professionals takes place. The research is further validated by a group of senior tax advisers on the basis of technical proficiency, innovation, and contribution to the practice area’s growth. The Tax Advisers Guide is published once in every two years. 

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