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WebTV's Market Review segment dedicated to #Coronanomics will be featuring a robust conversation on 'COVID-19: Tax Measures to reposition Nigeria's Economy'.
Guest: Taiwo Oyedele
Date: Tuesday, April 28, 2020
Topic: COVID-19: Tax Measures to reposition Nigeria's Economy
Highlights: Available later in the day with link to full video.
Host: Ottoabasi Abasiekong, Editor, WebTV
Co-Host: Boason Omofaye, Guest Analyst and CEO Frontier Africa Reports
Key Questions for Discussion
TAIWO OYEDELE is the Head of Tax and Corporate Advisory Services at PwC Nigeria. He has been in the forefront as a thought leader and prominent speaker on key accounting and tax issues including the tax implications of IFRS Adoption and Transfer Pricing. Taiwo writes articles in leading national newspapers, professional journals, international magazines and newsletters.
He is a regular presenter and a highly sought-after public speaker delivering over 200 speeches and presentations around the world in the past 3 years alone. Taiwo is the Head of PwC Tax Academy, Dean of the Direct Taxation Faculty of the Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria, member of the Nigerian Taxation Standards Board and a member of the Taxation and Fiscal Policy Management Faculty Board of ICAN.
He is the author of the "Top 50 Tax Issues in Nigeria" and a contributor to the annual "Doing Business" report of the World Bank, and PwC "Paying Taxes" publication, as well as Worldwide Tax Summaries.
He also runs a blog on tax matters (www.pwc.com/nigeriataxblog). Taiwo is a member of the ACCA Global Governing Council, a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (FCA), Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (FCTI), and a Fellow of the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (FCCA).
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