is a partner and Head of the Tax department at Anjarwalla & Khanna. He specialises in all aspects of complex tax transactions, with a particular emphasis on regional and international tax planning and structuring. Daniel has vast tax experience advising clients in connection with tax matters in the region, including tax structuring, efficient tax practices for organisations, negotiating tax warranties and indemnities, and on M&A transactions and advising on tax optimisation for companies. Daniel is regularly an invited expert at international legal and business forums. A member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya and the Law Society of Kenya, Daniel has been involved in public initiatives which have resulted in legislative enactments including tax legislation relating to the new real estate investment trust regime; capital gains tax policy on behalf of the Capital Markets Authority; the Tax Procedure Act and the Income Tax Act, among others.
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