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Client Choice – International 2013
Emil Brincker is a director and national head of the firm’s tax
practice. His experience encompasses corporate finance,
corporate reorganisations and restructurings, exchange control,
export finance, funding, general banking and commercial,
including derivative transactions, empowerment transactions,
the Johannesburg Stock Exchange Ltd and the Takeover
Regulations Panel, project finance and tax law, including income
tax, tax disputes, value added tax, stamp duties, pay-as-you-
earn, capital gains tax and other fiscal statutes.
Dr Brincker obtained his PhD in company law in 1992;
his thesis related to financial assistance by a company in
relation to share acquisitions. He was offered a part-time
professorship at the University of Johannesburg in 1999.
Dr Brincker was the first attorney to appear in the
Supreme Court of Appeal in
Erf 3183/1 Ladysmith v CIR
. He
has authored and co-authored numerous books and articles,
and has advised on billions of rand of structured finance
transactions.
Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr
1 Protea Place
Sandton
2196
South Africa
T
+27 11 562 1063
F
+27 11 562 1663
What clients said
“Provides quality legal advice and demonstrates a
total service over a wide front, despite the mass of
legislation affecting business; his knowledge is not
restricted to income tax.”
“Emil Brincker is highly respected in his field, even
by his opponents. He is ethical, and has an inherent
feel for justice and equity and sound judgement.”
“Emil has outstanding commercial awareness – he
understands the client’s business and commercial
transactions, and is excellent at problem
identification. However, he gives clients confidence
that there is a positive solution.”
“Emil demonstrates excellent negotiation skills;
clients trust in his ability to achieve positive
outcomes.”
Brincker, Emil
Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr – Director
emil.brincker@dlacdh.com | www.cliffedekkerhofmeyr.com
Winner – Corporate Tax, South Africa