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Emil Brincker is a director and the national head of the tax
practice at Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr. His experience includes
the areas of corporate finance, corporate reorganisation
and restructuring, exchange control, export finance, funding
and general banking and commercial law, including derivative
transactions, empowerment transactions, JSE Ltd and
Securities Regulation Panel and project finance. His tax law
expertise includes income tax, contentious tax, value added
tax, stamp duties, pay as you earn, capital gains tax and
other fiscal statutes.
Professor Brincker received his BCom
cum laude
cum laude
cum laude
and LLD from the University of
Stellenbosch, and his HDip (tax)
cum laude
from the University
of Johannesburg. He was admitted as an attorney in 1989.
Professor Brincker has been recognised in numerous
publications. Most recently he was ranked among the best 250
tax advisers in the world in
Directors Handbook 2011
; he was
named as the exclusive winner of the corporate tax category
in South Africa by the
International Law Office Client Choice
Guide 2010
; and he was described as a “renowned
cross-border transaction expert” by
Chambers and Partners
World Tax 2005-2011.
Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr
1 Protea Place
Johannesburg 2196
South Africa
+27 11 562 1063
+27 11 562 1663
Brincker, Emil
Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr – Director |
Winner – Corporate Tax, South Africa
What clients said
“Emil Brincker is, in my opinion, the best tax lawyer
in South Africa.”
“He adds value to our business and can be highly
recommended for assisting clients with their tax
affairs in the most efficient way possible.”
“His in-depth involvement in tax cases and tax law
amendments means that he can anticipate potential
pitfalls and opportunities.”
“His practical knowledge of commercial issues and
experience in tax law, company law, commercial
law and contracting, to name a few, make him an
indispensable adviser in any major restructuring
or contracting process.”