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Lutando Mvovo

Lutando Mvovo

 

Lutando Mvovo is Executive Head of International of Tax at Vodacom. Prior to joining Vodacom, he was a Director responsible for international tax, transfer pricing and tax treaties at the South African National Treasury. 

Mr Mvovo has over 16 years of international tax experience. He started his international tax career as a tax consultant at KPMG in South Africa in 2005. He also served as South Africa’s delegate to OECD Working Party 1 and, in the Bureau, and Ad Hoc Group on the BEPS Multilateral Instrument, representing South Africa as an observer to the UN Committee of Tax Experts.

As IBFD correspondent for South Africa, Mr Mvovo provides contributions to our Tax News Service, Case Law collections and Digital Taxation Monitor. 

 

 

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