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Michael Mburugu

Partner

Michael Mburugu

Title:

Partner, PKF Kenya

Director, PKF Taxation Services Ltd

Professional Qualifications and memberships:

Michael holds the following qualifications and memberships:

  • LLB from University of Nairobi
  • Member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya – CPA (K)
  • Member Tax Working Group of ICPAK

Contact Details:

PKF Kenya
Kalamu House, Grevillea Grove, Westlands
PO Box 14077, 0800
Nairobi, Kenya

T +254 20 4270000, +254 732144000
F +254 20 4447233
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Service Specialisation:

Michael has extensive experience in the following services:

  • Corporate and Business Tax
  • Personal Tax
  • International Executive Services
  • International Tax advisory
  • Transfer Pricing
  • Customs and Excise Tax
  • National Budgeting and Policy Formulation
  • Cross-border Tax advisory
  • Tax Structuring and Restructuring
  • Tax Litigation and Dispute Resolution

Sector Specialist:

Michael has extensive experience in the following sectors:

  • Manufacturing and Retail for FMCG
  • Agriculture and Floriculture Industry
  • Hospitality and Service Industry
  • Insurance and Banking Industry
  • Real Estate
  • Power Sector
  • Government and Parastatals

Key Experience:

Michael has over ten years experience in tax advisory service. Prior to joining PKF, he served in various capacities at KPMG Kenya for a period of six and half years.

He has dealt with a wide array of tax issues – ranging from tax compliance assignments, transfer pricing reviews, VAT refund audits, VAT and PAYE reviews, tax health-check reviews, group structure and tax efficiency reviews, corporation tax, due diligence assignments, resolving KRA disputes and tax planning assignments for a range of clients in various sectors of the economy.

Besides tax practice, has been involved extensively in the National Budgeting process through ICPAK where he has previously served in the Public Finance Committee. He is currently a member of the Tax Working Group under ICPAK.

He has authored a number of tax publications among them an “Autopsy On The Challenges Facing The Implementation of the East Africa Community” and participated widely in public debate for National Budgets and Public Policy Matters.