Francis Kamulegeya is the Country Senior Partner at PwC Uganda and a member of the PwC Africa governance board.
After graduating from Makerere University, Uganda, Mr Kamulegeya trained as a chartered certified accountant (ACCA) with a small firm in London, where he worked for 5 years. He then moved into tax, joining PwC London in 1996 qualifying as chartered tax advisor (CTA) in 1999, and has been a partner in the firm since 2005.
Mr Kamulegeya’s professional work extends to both corporate and personal taxation, financial, commercial and investment advice, working with a wide a range of clients, including PwC’s global multinational clients with operations in East Africa, mainly in the manufacturing, telecoms and financial services, as well as in the emerging oil and gas sector.
Mr Kamulegeya is regularly quoted on tax and commercial issues in the national press. He is a frequent speaker at business conferences and summits in the East African region and has written over 200 articles on tax and business, which have been published in the national press, business magazines and journals.