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Ryan boosts leadership team with new principals

Ryan has appointed Zachary Fleming, Suzanne Markley and Jame Payerle as principals at the firm.

Fleming will take on the position of principal at Ryan's commercial property tax practice based in San Antonio, Texas. He specialises in the valuation, assessment, taxation and exemption of real property on a state and local level. Fleming joined Ryan in 2013. 

Based in Atlanta, in the Georgia office, Markley has been appointed to principal of the firm's property tax practice. She will primarily focus on the taxation of real property, as well as on income-producing properties across a broad range of property types and industries. Markley joined the firm in 2012. 

With 14 years of experience working in transactional tax, Payerle will take on the position of principal of the transaction tax practice in the Cleveland office in Ohio. He specialises in providing multi-jurisdictional transaction tax services covering a broad range of commercial and industrial sectors. Payerle joined the firm in 2003. 

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