LLB – Strathmore University, Transfer Pricing - Chartered Institute of Taxation (UK)
Samuel Kisuu is a director and the head of the Corporate Department.
Samuel’s areas of practice include Mergers and Acquisitions, Corporate Finance and Private Equity, Restructuring and Tax.
Samuel holds a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) Degree from Strathmore University, a certificate in International Tax Law and Transfer Pricing from the Chartered Institute of Taxation (UK) and a certificate in Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies from the Harvard Business School.
1. Mergers and Acquisitions - Advising various entities in transaction structuring, transaction documentation, conditions precedent fulfilment and completion.
2. Corporate Finance and Private Equity - Advising on venture capital deals worth over USD 100M in various stages (pre-seed, Series A and Exits).
3. Banking and Finance – advising and acting for leading financial institutions in the preparation, review, perfection and realisation of securities.
4. Insolvency and Restructuring - Advising on different business rescue mechanisms and restructuring corporate groups that are looking to offshore their functions.
5. Tax - Tax structuring for various regional entities, tax trainings to SMEs and startups, tax dispute resolution through Kenya Revenue Authority’s alternative dispute resolution mechanisms.
1. Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) in the Face of Data Protection https://africalawpartners.com/insights/mergers-and-acquisitions-m-and-a-in-the-face-of-data-protection
2. Congruence between Kenya’s Data Protection Act and EU General Data Protection Regulations https://africalawpartners.com/insights/congruence-between-kenyas-data-protection-act-and-eu-general-data-protection
3. The National Information Communications and Technology (ICT) Policy Guidelines 2020 https://africalawpartners.com/insights/the-national-information-communications-and-technology-ict-policy-guidelines
4. Transfer Pricing Considerations In Your Post M&A Integration https://africalawpartners.com/insights/transfer-pricing-considerations-in-your-post-m-and-a-integration