Baker & McKenzie takes new principal tax adviser from EY
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Baker & McKenzie takes new principal tax adviser from EY

Kate Alexander has joined Baker & McKenzie in London as a principal tax adviser, a partner-equivalent position.

Alexander was formerly a partner at EY, where she was head of markets in the international tax services group. Before that, as head of UK Patent Box at the firm, she worked closely with HM Treasury and HM Revenue & Customs on the design and implementation of the UK Patent Box.

Today Baker & McKenzie also announced the appointment of 21 new tax partners as part of the annual global partner promotions round. The new partners are based in Amsterdam, Bogota, Buenos Aires, Chicago, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, London, Madrid, Mexico City, Miami, Paris, Porto Alegre, New York, Rome, San Francisco, Sao Paulo, Shanghai and Tokyo respectively,


 



 



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