Cragus Group makes a significant and high profile tax hire: Abdelhamid Attalla joins from GE
The Cragus Group has announced the newest member of its Tax Leadership team: Mr Abdelhamid Attalla.
Mr Attalla joins the Firm from General Electric, where he was most recently the MEA corporate tax director, spearheading GE’s tax strategy across the Middle East & Africa.
Before joining GE in 2009, he was senior tax partner at KPMG Egypt and also worked as Chief Operating Officer for KMPG’s tax practice across the whole Middle East region. Fluent in English and Arabic, Abdelhamid is both a US CPA and Egyptian Chartered Accountant with a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting (Cairo University 1981), Master of Accountancy (Texas A & I University 1984) and Master of Taxation (American University in Washington D.C. 1986).
Abdelhamid has spoken at numerous events over the years and attended various groups in the region including the Tax Executives Institute, International Fiscal Association, and the International Tax & Investment Centre. He has been published on numerous occasions; including International Tax Review, and he also appeared in their largest deals/acquisitions table whilst at KPMG. Abdelhamid has served and continues to serve as a leading figure in the region’s tax community.
He will work alongside the rest of the high-profile tax team at Cragus, namely: Mark Stevens, Dominic Treasys, Robert Peake, Matthew Moriarty, Reggie Mezu, Clarence Ellis and William Brown.
The Cragus Group is recognized as a leading independent tax advisor in the Arabian Gulf.