Since joining KPMG in 2002, Juanita Brockdorff has worked in corporate taxation, providing advice to multinationals seeking assistance in tax matters and related planning.

“Over the past three years, I have brought together professionals from tax, regulatory, accounting and tech backgrounds to service EmTech clients. I also provide feedback on proposed legislation, including on cryptocurrencies and ICOs, to government authorities,” she explains.

From a tax perspective, her work covers international and domestic tax issues, extending to direct and indirect taxation. “I assist with effective global tax solutioning, including mergers and acquisitions, and advise on access to tax treaties, foreign tax credits, financing and efficient repatriation. I have also delivered restructuring advice to gaming clients,” Dr Brockdorff adds.

She regularly makes presentations on topical tax issues at both local and international fora and published articles in various international tax journals and reviews.

A member of the International Fiscal Association, she ranked as a Band 1 practitioner of note by Chambers and Partners and was highly rated for her “expertise and drive” and as one who “advises a raft of impressive clients on both direct and indirect taxation mandates”.

Holding a Doctor of Laws degree from the University of Malta and a Master’s in International Tax Law from the Dutch University of Leiden, Dr Brockdorff is particularly noted for her work on behalf of leading multinationals.

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