Ranjeet Mahtani is a Partner at ELP and has been a part of the firm’s Tax practice since 2007. He qualified as an advocate from the Mumbai University and a chartered accountant in 2003.
Ranjeet advises on direct and indirect taxation issues and his areas of expertise prior to the introduction of GST covered all nature of indirect ” taxes including central excise duty, customs duty, sales tax (Value Added are reasons the practice is well Tax, Central Sales Tax), service tax and entertainment tax as also the foreign trade policy of India. He has advised and appeared across fora in litigation matters for clients in the shipping, logistics, media, banking and insurance, oil & gas, and telecom sectors amongst others.
Ranjeet has been deeply involved in GST, and has assisted clients in varying sectors in the transition to GST, undertaking impact analysis, advising on and structuring transactions.
Ranjeet routinely authors articles and columns in various publications and taxation forums, besides which he manages the in-house publications: Tax Alerts and Tax Newsletters. Ranjeet is regularly called upon to address conferences and seminars on taxation.
Ranjeet has featured in International Tax Review’s Tax Controversy Leaders Guide & Indirect Tax Leaders Guide.
Prior to ELP, Ranjeet was with Deloitte Haskins & Sells
Ranjeet Mahtani’s “innovative solutions” are reasons the practice is well respected.