Paul Kibuuka is a tax and corporate lawyer, tax policy analyst and the chief executive of Isidora & Company. He also serves as the executive director of the Taxation and Development Research Bureau. For over a decade, Mr Kibuuka has provided strategic tax and legal solutions to foreign, Tanzanian and multinational companies, including handling tax and commercial litigation in Tanzania. An effective communicator, with both governmental authorities and clients, Mr Kibuuka is adept at explaining complex tax and legal or regulatory scenarios in a range of sectors. He has also acted for clients in various corporate, investment and shareholder disputes. With a deep interest in issues at the interface of law and economics and business, Mr Kibuuka offers his clients an interdisciplinary and valuable perspective on tax and deal transactions. He writes a weekly column ‘Tanzania in International Tax Law’ for The Citizen, Tanzania’s leading English daily newspaper. Mr Kibuuka is admitted as an Advocate of the High Court of Tanzania, and is a member of the Tanganyika Law Society, the East African Law Society and the International Bar Association. He graduated from the University of Dar es Salaam in 2006 with a Bachelor of Laws (Upper Second Class Honours) degree and received the Tanzania Ministry of Science, Technology and High Education Prize; the Mondlane International Law Prize; the Sheikh Zulfikar Khan Prize; and the Tanzania Breweries Limited Prize, for being the best student in his 256-student member law class.