Who is Ashraf Hagar

Ashraf Hagar is a Legal accountant and auditor of joint stock companies has more than 23 years of experience in the field of activating systems, auditing and taxes for many start-ups and many medium-sized companies in several Arab countries, where he runs the company’s branch in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and his achievements record full of success stories and specialized literature. Ashraf Hajar holds a BA in Commerce from Ain Shams University in 1995 and a PhD from PEBBLE HILLS American University in International Accounting Philosophy in 2016. He holds the registration of the Central Auditing Organization as a certified auditor. Obtained the approval of the Financial Supervision Authority as a certified board member as of December 2013. Registered with the Financial Supervision Authority The register of auditors of associations and financing facilities. He is the author of the new book in the Egyptian Tax Law 91 for the year 2005 and the new book in the Joint Stock Companies Law 159 of 1981

Articles written by Ashraf Hagar

Ending tax disputes is a way to increase investment incentives

The tax impact of the decision of the Minister of Finance No. 518 of 2023

research project for the strategic directions of the Egyptian economy

5 major challenges facing the national economy that limit the growth rate and hinder development plans

Summary of Financial Statements & Reports

the best source of corporate funding without falling into sharia violations

Egypt Center for Financial and Economic Studies: 6 promising sectors for Egyptian investment in Turkey

Facing economic challenges requires activating a role for the stock exchange

Political tax in Egypt is developed and the multiplicity of types of taxes is the biggest challenge

Egypt and Middle East Center for Financial and Economic Studies kicks off

Central Bank decisions contribute to the management of cash for the import of production inputs

Floating the Egyptian pound is a necessary decision for Egypt economy

Experts: The Supreme Tax Council contributes to the clarity of the state's tax policies and supports the confidence of the financier. and stimulate investment