Anibal Mbalango is currently General Coordinator of the Extractive Industry Taxation Unit at the Mozambique Revenue Authority. Prior to this position, Mr. Mbalango served as Deputy Director General for Tax Policies, Revenue and Natural Resources Control at the MRA.
Mr. Mbalango is currently a Doctoral Student in Public Law at Universidade Catolica in Mozambique (5th Edition); his research topic is on the Legal Regime applicable to transfers of ownership certificates in the mining and oil sectors in Mozambique from 2010 to 2020.
Additionally, Mr. Mbalango currently teaches master’s level classes at Eduardo Mondlane University on accountancy and oil and gas taxation.
Anibal holds a master’s degree in Accountancy and Auditing from Universidade São Tomás in Mozambique, as well as degrees in legal sciences (Univeridade Politécnica) and geology (Universidade Eduardo Mondlane).
The amount of taxes paid by multinational corporations often appears in the media headlines – often times for the wrong reasons. What is not reported is that the mining sector is often the largest contributor of budget revenues (corporate income tax, royalties, dividends, indirect taxes, employee, and supplier taxes) in many developing countries and the largest employers. The investments and budget contributions by mining companies across Africa are a significant driver of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Tuesday 07 February 13:35 - 14:20 Main Stage