The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia plans to implement electronic invoicing (e-invoicing) by December 2021.
In our recent Thomson Reuters MENA Expert Talk, we bring you up to speed on the latest e-invoicing developments in the Kingdom.
Watch now to understand:
Adel Douglas has more than 17 years’ experience in zakat and tax compliance and advisory, including international tax in an international environment (Jordan , Saudi Arabia, and Middle East). He assists clients with various zakat/tax compliance advisory services including capital gain double tax treaties and other tax services. Adel advises businesses on VAT implementation readiness in the Middle East and provides VAT technical advice to a range of clients in the industrial, trading, banking, insurance, hotels, construction and telecommunications sectors.
Prior to joining Grant Thornton, Adel worked with EY in Jordan and in KSA he also worked with the big 4 firms Deloitte and PwC and he was the primary contact for any zakat and tax compliance
Interviewer is Helal Alrefai who is currently a Senior Tax Analyst for the Middle East, Asia, and Emerging Markets at Thomson Reuters. Helal is based in Dubai and is responsible for maintaining and providing the latest Tax and Accounting content for Thomson Reuters' tax automation solutions and brings a mix of both tax and technology experience covering multiple industries across the MENA region.