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a pwe Joseph Lyimo, Tax Partner Joseph Lyimo has been with the firm for 15 years (including ‘two years on secondment to PwC New Zealand). His primary specialism is in Indirect Taxes and he has significant experi- ence in tax policy matters. Joseph holds a Bachelor of Arts in Laws (LLB Honours) and Master of Arts (MA in Revenue Law and Administration) both from the University of Dar es Salaam. He is registered as an Advocate and Commissioner for Oaths - High Court of Tanzania and with the Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) as. tax consultant. Gitar IRN ons takocnlee the continuing changes in indirect tax, for example the new VAT Act 2014, and more focus on customs duty matters, as well as ‘tinuous changes with regard to excise duty, have driven significant demand for indirect tax advisory services. In my new role | look forward to further growing our specialist indirect tox tearm to ensure we meet our dlients'needs." @pwe_tz _ PwC Tanzania - new Partner admissions 4 July 2016 Zainab Msimbe, Assurance Partner Zainab Msimbe has been with the firm for 11 years (including two years on secondment to PwC Uganda). Zainab has extensive experience in auditing entities in various sectors (including banking, insurance, pensions, manufacturing and hospitality), as well as in conducting training on financial reporting matters. She holds a Bachelor ‘of Commerce Degree (Finance) and MBA, Finance both from the University of Dar es Salaam, and Is a Certified Public ‘Accountant (Tanzania) registered with the National Board of Commenting on her admission, Zainab observed: "it is a great honour to be the first woman admitted to partnership with PwC Tanzania, and be a role mode! for others to follow. | Jook forward to continuing to serve dents in Dar es Salaam ‘and Arusha” Comments by David Tarimo, Country Senior Partner: “On behalfof the 250 people working with Pw Tanzania, 1am very proud to. announce the admission to the partnership of Zainab and Joseph, which brings our Partner complement to seven. We have along tradition of investing in the careers and development of talented people and Zainab and Joseph are wonderful examples of this tradition. They eac. bring a specialised focus to growing our business and serving our clients. Their leadership will aso help to grow the talent of tomorrow, which is fully aligned to PwC's growth strategy in the region’: PWC helps organisations and individuals create the value they're looking for. We're a network of firms in 157 countries with more than 208,000 people who are committed to delivering quality in assurance, tax and advisory services. In ‘Sub-Saharan Africa, we're the largest provider of professional services with offices in 28 countries and over 8,000 people. This ‘enables us to provide our clients with seamless and consistent service, wherever they're located on the continent.