Emil Brincker

Emil Brincker
Office:
1 Protea Place
Cnr of Fredman Drive and Protea Place
Sandton
2196
City:
Johannesburg
Country:
South Africa
Tel:
+27 11 562 1063
Fax:
+21 11 562 1663

Biographies:

Who's Who Legal Corporate Tax: Advisory

Professor Emil Brincker is a director and national head of the firm’s tax and exchange control practice. Emil’s experience includes corporate finance; corporate reorganisation and restructuring; exchange control; export finance; funding; general banking and commercial transactions, including derivative transactions and empowerment transactions; project finance; and tax law, including income tax, tax controversy, VAT, stamp duties, PAYE, capital gains tax and other fiscal statutes.

Emil began his career as a candidate attorney at Hofmeyr. He was a director at Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs and its predecessors for approximately 13 years. Emil rejoined his old firm, now called Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr, as a director in 2008.

Emil obtained his doctorate during 1992 on company law, with a thesis relating to financial assistance by a company in relation to share acquisitions. 

Emil is recommended as a leading lawyer for tax in several legal directories, including Chambers Global (band 1, 2003–2018); The Legal 500: EMEA (2006–2018); IFLR1000 (named as a key contact partner, 2006–2009; recommended, 2012); PLC’s Which Lawyer? (2009–2012); Expert Guides (2007, 2009 and 2010); WWLCorporate Tax (2012–2014; advisory and controversy sections, 2017), WWL: Insurance & Reinsurance (2014); WTR 1000 (tier 3 (bronze), 2012); Best Lawyers International South Africa (2008–2018; “Tax Lawyer of the Year, 2014 and 2017); and Tax Directors Handbook (2012). He was also named the best tax adviser in South Africa by the South African Institute of Tax Practitioners (2009), as well as winner of the ILO Client Choice Award for Corporate Tax (2010–2013) and the World Finance Legal Award for Best Tax Consultant (2012).

WWL says: Emil Brincker is an impressive practitioner who sources praise highly in our research. He excels on issues such as corporate reorganisations and export finance.

This biography is an extract from Who's Who Legal: Corporate Tax which can be purchased from our Shop.

Who's Who Legal Corporate Tax: Controversy

Professor Emil Brincker is a director and national head of the firm’s tax and exchange control practice. Emil’s experience includes corporate finance; corporate reorganisation and restructuring; exchange control; export finance; funding; general banking and commercial transactions, including derivative transactions and empowerment transactions; project finance; and tax law, including income tax, tax controversy, VAT, stamp duties, PAYE, capital gains tax and other fiscal statutes.

Emil began his career as a candidate attorney at Hofmeyr. He was a director at Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs and its predecessors for approximately 13 years. Emil rejoined his old firm, now called Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr, as a director in 2008.

Emil obtained his doctorate during 1992 on company law, with a thesis relating to financial assistance by a company in relation to share acquisitions. 

Emil is recommended as a leading lawyer for tax in several legal directories, including Chambers Global (band 1, 2003–2018); The Legal 500: EMEA (2006–2018); IFLR1000 (named as a key contact partner, 2006–2009; recommended, 2012); PLC’s Which Lawyer? (2009–2012); Expert Guides (2007, 2009 and 2010); WWLCorporate Tax (2012–2014; advisory and controversy sections, 2017), WWL: Insurance & Reinsurance (2014); WTR 1000 (tier 3 (bronze), 2012); Best Lawyers International South Africa (2008–2018; “Tax Lawyer of the Year, 2014 and 2017); and Tax Directors Handbook (2012). He was also named the best tax adviser in South Africa by the South African Institute of Tax Practitioners (2009), as well as winner of the ILO Client Choice Award for Corporate Tax (2010–2013) and the World Finance Legal Award for Best Tax Consultant (2012).

WWL says: Emil Brincker is a distinguished name in the corporate tax space, providing excellent insight into VAT and corporate finance.

This biography is an extract from Who's Who Legal: Corporate Tax which can be purchased from our Shop.

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