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Aimée Dushime

Speciality:
Trainer
Experience:
3 Years
Phone:
+250781833318

Personal Information

Aimee Dushime has three years of work experience as a Tax Advisor with KPMG East Africa. Aimee has developed a depth of expertise in transfer pricing and provides tax advice to companies that range from start-ups to multinationals. She is profoundly passionate about  bridging the visibly apparent information gap between tax authorities and tax payers whilst advocating for tax policies that create mutually beneficial relationships between tax policy makers and tax payers.  Aimee is also a passionate reader and global shaper within the Kigali hub.

 

Skills

Providing training
90%
Leading teams
50%
Making presentations
70%
How did I acquire these skills
  1. Training various stakeholders on tax aspects
  2. Leading teams
  3. Making presentations to board members and senior management
  4. Publishing write ups in the local dailies

Languages

English
100%
French
80%
Swahili
100%

How did I learn these languages

  1. English is my native language
  2. Learned Swahili and French as an elective in school.

Certifications

Association of Certified Chartered Accountants
70%
Chartered Tax Accountant
20%
Learning and development
65%

How did I earn these certificates

  1. Association of Chartered Certified Accountants
  2. Chartered Tax Accountant
  3. Trainer for trainees from KPMG Africa Accreditation Programme

My Journey & My Experience

1992

Born in Kigali, Rwanda

2010

Studied in Nairobi, Kenya

2014

Completed University at Strathmore

2016

Works as a Tax Advisor

2016

Joined KPMG

2016

Transfer Pricing associate

While the disussion on whether the #OECD #BEPS Pillars 1 and 2 is on track or not, check our take on African perspectives
https://www.taxnotes.com/tax-notes-international/base-erosion-and-profit-shifting-beps/pillars-1-and-2-african-perspectives/2020/06/22/2ckqv

Despite @Uber objections to digital services taxes (#DSTs) and other recent tax measures, the company acknowledges that modernized international tax principles are necessary and will actively participate in discussions.

By @ryanmfinley: http://bit.ly/3i7V0qa

“If you are in your late twenties, then you probably understand the pressure that comes along with being another year older.”

New On The Blog! Count Down To 28! https://teakisi.com/count-down-to-28/ - by @aimee_dushime from Rwanda 🇷🇼. Read, comment and share.

#AfricanWomen #Teakisi #Growth

📗 JUST RELEASED: Latest edition of Tax Transparency in #Africa takes stock of recent progress in the fight against #taxevasion & other #IFFs. It calls for renewed efforts to advance the #taxtransparency agenda & support #DRM in Africa 🌍

Read more ➡️ https://oe.cd/ttia-2020-nr-en

The Finance Act, 2019 introduced the concept of significant economic presence (SEP) to expand the scope of Nigerian tax on foreign companies deriving income from their activities in the country which were hitherto not captured in the tax net.

Perspective: @VAdegite and @aimee_dushime examine the the OECD's proposed two-pillar approach to taxing the #digitaleconomy from the perspective of African countries. https://bit.ly/37O49zv

3 Days to go!
#ITJA2020 online course will start on 22 June to 3 July.
All the learning materials (notes, PowerPoint presentation, quiz and video) will be availed online.
Each day at 16h00 EAT, there will be a one hour live (webinar) session for Q&A

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