Johannesburg (South Africa) – Fasken Partner Conor McFadden has been appointed as a chairperson of the Tax Board in South Africa, Gauteng division. The appointment was made by South Africa’s Minister of Finance Tito Mboweni and is for a five-year term.
Conor is based in the Firm’s Johannesburg office. He has extensive experience advising domestic and international clients on direct and indirect tax matters relating to corporate and business law.
The Tax Board is an administrative tribunal created under the Tax Administration Act and established by the South African Minister of Finance. The board’s role is to hear and decide on appeals involving decisions and assessments of the South African Revenue Service not exceeding R1 million.
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