Eversheds Sutherland
Natalie Napier

Natalie is a tax consultant with the focus of her experience being to provide corporate tax advice in the context of large transactions, corporate structuring both locally and offshore for foreign direct investment into South Africa and the region, corporate offshore structuring of outbound South Africa investments and employee share schemes.

She advises clients in the context of investments into South Africa from abroad, including the application of various double taxation treaties, headquarter company legislation and exchange control requirements.

Natalie has prepared, submitted and successfully obtained various advance tax ruling applications from the South African Revenue Service on behalf of clients. Natalie also assists clients in all aspects relating to disputes with the South African Revenue Authority.

Natalie is a regular contributor to various publications and has authored various chapters of LexisNexis publications and most recently edited “Legal Aspects of Financing Corporates”.

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budget adjustment
Medium term budget adjustments

At the time that Minister Tito Mboweni delivered his budget speech in February 2020, the outlook was that the year ahead would bring its financial challenges and the proposed tax changes were going to be introduced bearing this in mind with the aim of improving tax …

offshore trust
Taxation of donors and beneficiaries of trusts

With effect from 1 March 2019, significant changes were made to the Income Tax Act relating to the taxation of offshore trusts and distributions made to South African resident beneficiaries. The legislative amendments were prompted to curb the use of the offshore…

Tax proposals in the 2020 budget

In a difficult economic climate, Minister Tito Mboweni delivered a budget speech, which on the face of it appears to provide a number of positive...
budget 2020

Budget 2018 – Key changes

The 2018 Budget was presented by Minister Malusi Gigaba before parliament on 21 February 2018. The 2018 tax proposals are projected to raise ZAR36 billion. The key...
Budget 2018


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