Emily Muyaa is the Managing Principal for Sub-Saharan Africa in the IBFD Africa and Middle East Department. In this capacity, she oversees IBFD's product offering in the region. Ms. Muyaa regularly works in an advisory capacity for African governments on international tax (including transfer pricing) and lectures at IBFD international tax training courses. She is a Member of the United Nations Transfer Pricing Subcommittee. Ms. Muyaa is the Project Manager for the IBFD Centre of Studies in African Taxation (CSAT), a think tank devoted to the study and development of African taxation. She is a founding member of the Transfer Pricing Economists for Development (TPED – www.tped.eu), a Paris-based think tank that aims to promote business economics knowledge-sharing in transfer pricing, for emerging economies.
Ms. Muyaa is a visiting lecturer at the University of Cape Town, South Africa and the University of Amsterdam, in the Netherlands. Before joining IBFD in 2014, she worked in the Transfer Pricing Division of the Large Taxpayers Office at the Kenya Revenue Authority. She holds a certificate in tax administration from the Kenya Revenue Authority Training Institute (now Kenya School of Revenue Administration), an undergraduate degree in law from the University of Nairobi, a postgraduate diploma in law from the Kenya School of Law and an LL.M (Adv.) in international taxation from the International Tax Center at Leiden University, the Netherlands. During her LL.M studies, Ms. Muyaa also worked at the Transfer Pricing Division of EY Amsterdam. She holds an advanced diploma in accounting and business from the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and is an advocate of the High Court of Kenya and a member of the Law Society of Kenya.