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Deloitte Africa leaders recognised by International Tax Review in the 2022 Leaders Guides

We are delighted to announce that the International Tax Review (ITR) has recognised 12 Deloitte Africa directors in the 2022 Leaders Guides across the Indirect Tax Leaders and Women in Tax Leaders categories. The inclusion in the guides highlights Deloitte Africa leaders’ tenacity in providing their clients with a high-quality service throughout the most challenging times.

Deloitte Africa directors recognised in the 2022 Leaders Guides are:



Indirect Tax Leaders category

  • Severus Smuts - Indirect Tax Leader
  • Jacqui Wierzbowski - Global Compliance and Reporting Leader
  • Suzanne Holme - Indirect Tax

Women in Tax Leaders category

  • Delia Ndlovu - Deloitte Africa Chair and former Africa Tax & Legal Managing Director
  • Bernadette Abbott - Chief Operating Officer
  • Anthea Scholtz - Global Employer Services Leader
  • Sudasha Naidoo - Transfer Pricing Leader
  • Jacqui Wierzbowski - Global Compliance and Reporting Leader
  • Anne Casey - Global Business Tax Services  
  • Annemarie Schroeder - Global Business Tax Services  
  • Angelique Worms -  Global Employer Services
  • Hildegarde Cronje - Global Business Tax Services
  • Suzanne Holme - Indirect Tax
  • Thrisha Soni - Global Employer Services

A huge congratulations to everyone! This is indeed a great achievement and an honour to have our very own tax professionals recognised as the ‘world’s leading female tax and indirect tax practitioners’, respectively,” said Bernadette Abbott, Chief Operating Officer, Deloitte Africa Tax & Legal (also listed in the Women in Tax Leaders guide).

This year, ITR has collectively recognised 512 Deloitte professionals in the Indirect Tax Leaders, Tax Controversy Leaders and Women in Tax Leaders categories across several jurisdictions.
“This recognition is testament to our leaders’ commitment to consistently delivering vision, clarity, and confidence in addressing some of our clients most pressing tax issues,” said Zubin Patel, Deloitte Global, International Tax Leader. “It is a proud moment for the organisation to have so many leaders recognised in all three guides for their invaluable work and it further emphasises the level of trust we continue to instil in clients.”
To be included in the guides, the leaders must have demonstrated remarkable work in their field of service. The guides evaluate individuals nominated by their peers as trusted advisers based on their skills, experience, and quality of client service. ITR further conducts a global research to validate these nominations.

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