All material subject to strictly enforced copyright laws. © 2022 ITR is part of the Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC group.

South Africa

Luke Barlow

barlow.jpg

 

Deloitte South Africa

Somerset Road

Cape Town

Western Cape 8005

South Africa

Tel: +27 214275480

Email: lbarlow@deloitte.co.za

Luke Barlow has been with Deloitte South Africa for 28 years, of which 23 have been as a partner.

He focuses on corporate tax and is the partner in charge of the Cape Town tax division. He served as a member of the Deloitte South Africa board from 1998 to 2004.

He services primarily the mining and financial services industries. Luke has extensive experience in corporate restructures and re-organisations. He specialises in corporate taxation and, in particular, mergers and acquisitions, tax structuring advice and tax controversy services.

His clients include a number of large multinational corporations involved in financial services and mining

Luke studied at the University of Cape Town where he graduated with degrees in taxation, accounting and law. He is a South Africa Chartered Accountant and is an advocate of the High Court.

deloitte.jpg



Emil Brincker

Cliffe Decker

Christel Brits

EY

Henry Vorster

Faber Goërtz Ellis Austin

Patricia Williams

Deloitte

more across site & bottom lb ros

More from across our site

Several tax chiefs shared their administrations’ latest digital identity tracking systems and other tax technologies at the OECD’s annual meeting of authorities.
Businesses welcome the UK’s decision to scrap the IR35 reforms but are not happy about the time and money they have wasted to date.
Energy ministers agreed on regulations including a windfall tax on fossil fuel companies to address high gas prices at an extraordinary Council meeting on September 30.
The European Parliament raises concerns over unanimity in voting on pillar two, while protests break out over tax reform in Colombia.
Ramesh Khaitan speaks to reporter Siqalane Taho about tax morality, transfer pricing regulations, Indian tax developments, and the OECD’s two-pillar solution.
Join ITR and KPMG China at 10am BST on October 19 as they discuss the personal, employment, and corporate tax-related implications of employees working from overseas.
Tricentis and Boehringer Ingelheim, along with a European Commission TP specialist, criticised the complexity of pillar one rules and their scope at an ITR event.
Speakers at ITR’s Managing Tax Disputes Summit said taxpayers can still face lengthy TP audits, despite strong documentation preparation
Gig economy companies in New Zealand will need to fully account and become liable for the goods and services tax of underlying suppliers on their platforms, under new proposals.
Join ITR and Thomson Reuters at 2pm (UAE) / 11am (UK) on October 13 as they discuss how businesses can prepare for Tax Administration 3.0 and future-proof against changes such as e-invoicing and increasing digitisation.
We use cookies to provide a personalized site experience.
By continuing to use & browse the site you agree to our Privacy Policy.
I agree