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Taxation issues affect all of our clients doing business in the region. We provide advice both on regulatory tax compliance to assist companies to maximize their tax position and also offer representation on contentious matters or disputes with the tax authorities.  

Experience has included advising:

  • British Airways in relation to Senegalese tax issues that arose when assets of its Senegalese branch offices were reassigned following the merger with Iberia Airlines.
  • Columbia University Earth Institute on employee taxation obligations upon the transfer of a development center from Mali to Senegal.
  • Maroc Telecom on tax issues dealing with a share purchase agreement in Cote d’Ivoire.
  • Dangote Group in a tax litigation case in Senegal.
  • An international NGO on options for resolving outstanding tax payments owed to the Tax Office following resignation of an expatriate employee.

Climate change measures and disputes

Africa is rich in natural resources, and several African economies are dependent on supplying or using fossil fuels, including South Africa, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Tanzania and Mozambique, to name a few.

Immigration law and practice in the African oil and gas industry

A global economy requires multinationals to adopt a global business strategy, which invariably involves the need to transfer a firm’s most important asset – its people – in a fluid way across national borders. That is why managing the mobilization of expatriate employees in the most efficient way, including handling strategic immigration, labor and tax legal issues, is critical for the oil and gas industry.