Kenya’s tax amnesty raises plenty of questions
It is an issue in any number of emerging economies: how to balance efforts to recover the value of taxable assets and earnings held overseas with a fair and effective taxation code at home, as well as compliance with international standards.
Mostafa Farahat of Nafham on FT World Tech Founders podcast
This episode of the podcast supported by Mishcon de Reya features Mostafa Farahat, who created Nafham, a start-up in Egypt which provide students with online video lessons free of charge.
Permanent vacation or Indian summer?
Summer feels like it is already here. Given the upcoming electoral calendar the political temperature will also likely rise.
Ready when you are: EU 27 signs off Brexit mandate
It might only be a procedural step but this week marked another important pre-Brexit negotiations milestone. The Council of Ministers’ General Affairs Council (GAC) formally approved its Brexit “negotiating directives”, the final procedural hurdle ahead of the start of negotiations proper.
The Article 50 Bill and the House of Lords
The EU at a roundabout
Brexit advocacy: the importance and legitimacy of engagement by internationally operating business and investors
Time over matter: is a quick deal more important than a good deal?
Tax Amnesty Guidelines Fail to Provide Clarity
The Finance Act 2016 introduced a provision in the Tax Procedures Act No. 29 of 2015 (the TPA) the purpose of which was to provide an amnesty to tax payers who earn taxable income from foreign source. The Amnesty provisions came into force on 1 January 2017.
Bribery Act, 2016
The President assented to the Bribery Act 2016 on 23 December 2016. The Act is modelled on the UK Bribery Act and was enacted to aid in the prevention, investigation and punishment of bribery in Kenya, with particular focus on the private sector.