Francis Kamulegeya

Francis Kamulegeya was the Country Senior Partner of PwC Uganda and a member of the PwC Africa Governance Board to the end of 2021. He was working with PwC for 22 years, and served as a Partner / Director in PwC since 2005. Currently, Francis Kamulegeya is self-employed in the agriculture value chain and in the education sector.  After graduating from Makerere University in 1990, Francis joined Blythe & Co Chartered Accountants in London where he trained and qualified as Chartered Certified Accountant (ACCA) in 1994. He then joined PwC London office in 1996 where he trained and qualified as a Chartered Tax Advisor (CTA) in 1999. He relocated to PwC Uganda in 2000 and was later transferred to PwC Kenya in 2003 where he worked for five years until 2007, after which he returned to PwC Uganda to lead the PwC Uganda firm as the Country Senior Partner. Francis’ professional work extends to both corporate and personal taxation, financial, commercial and investment advice working mainly with a wide a range of clients which include PwC’s global multinational clients with operations in East Africa, mainly in the manufacturing, telecoms, financial services, retail and trade, and the emerging oil and gas sector