Patrick is an experienced tax professional having worked at the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) for about 25 years. At KRA, he worked in agriculture, manufacturing, energy and excise sectors among others. He headed the transfer pricing audit sector (now transformed into the International Tax Office) for 10 years. He was also involved in tax treaty negotiations and represented Kenya in base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) discussions at the OECD. He is also a member of the inclusive framework that oversees the implementation of BEPS recommendations. He has been involved in capacity building in several African countries notably the Republic of Botswana where the focus was taxation of the diamond sector, a program sponsored by UNDP in conjunction with the OECD.
He is an accredited trainer for the commonwealth on matters of tax treaties.
He holds a Masters of Laws (LLM), Bachelor of laws (LLB), Bachelor of Arts (Economics) and is currently pursuing Masters of Arts (Economics) at the University of Nairobi. He is also a Certified Public Accountant (CPA-K).