Assisted in developing tax efficient structures for in-bound investments into Southern Africa, including the use of Mauritian GBC1 companies and SA headquarter companies.
Pranith Mehta provides tax advice to corporates and high-net worth individuals focusing on the structuring of domestic and cross-border transactions, combining his commercial and tax knowledge to optimally structure clients’ operations in a tax efficient manner. He is experienced in the resolution of disputes with the South African Revenue Service (SARS) as well as the practices of SARS' voluntary disclosure programme (VDP).
Experienced in tax dispute resolution, including preparing requests for reasons, drafting objections and the negotiation of settlements.
Assisted in the drafting of various commercial agreements, including trust deeds, to ensure tax efficiency.
Advised both entities and individuals on VDP applications and has successfully achieved VDP settlements on behalf of clients.
Prepared and made submissions on behalf of clients in respect of public benefit organisation status to SARS Tax Exemption Unit and National Treasury.