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We are legal experts in tax in Africa, and we have the largest tax team housed in a law firm on the continent.
Each of our lawyers and accountants is a specialist in a specific area of tax.
We are therefore able to offer you the full spectrum of tax advice, including the tax consequences of domestic and cross-border transactions for multinationals who are expanding across the continent.
Beyond Africa, we work with various firms, including members of the global Taxand network, which has offices in 50 countries.
Described by Legal 500 as “a key player in the tax market” and by Chambers Global as “highly sought after”, our tax team gives you a distinct competitive edge by combining unique areas of tax specialisation with extensive African and international experience and an innovative, solution-driven approach.
We keep our clients up to date with regular newsletters summarising tax developments across Africa.
Multi-jurisdictional businesses face significant risks, as well as the challenge of complying with vastly different laws and regulations.
We are Africa’s largest law firm, with offices in Eastern, Southern and Western Africa.
With more than 600 specialist practitioners, we have deep expertise and the capacity to solve all your legal, tax, forensics and IP requirements, and help you navigate regulatory hurdles, no matter where in Africa you do business.
Because we have had many years of practical experience working on the ground throughout the continent, we have developed a proven track record and a solid understanding of local cultural, commercial and geopolitical contexts, as well as long-standing partnerships with trusted firms with whom we work.
ENS is recognised by leading international ranking agencies, including Chambers Global, Legal 500, IFLR1000, the World Tax Guide and the World Transfer Pricing Guide, for achieving consistently high standards.
Furthermore, the firm is a regular recipient of regional awards such as DealMakers and the African Legal Awards.