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Alvarez & Marsal Taxand take on new managing director

Mairéad Warren de Búrca has been appointed to managing director in Alvarez & Marsal Taxand's indirect tax practice in the UK.

Búrca has more than 20 years' experience across all industry sectors in domestic and international VAT issues, insolvencies and corporate transactions. She specialises in VAT cash flow opportunities, restructuring, contingency planning and running the VAT affairs for formal trading insolvencies. 

Before joining Alvarez & Marsal Taxand, Búrca spent 16 years at EY as a VAT executive director where she led the firm's VAT work around M&As and business restructurings. Since 2006, she has specialised in private equity, corporate transactions and restructuring and insolvency projects. 

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