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New Baker & McKenzie partners announced

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Baker & McKenzie has promoted 11 practitioners from different areas of its tax practice, including international tax, transfer pricing, indrect tax and wealth management, to the partnership. .

The full list is:

  • Mark Agnew (London) – indirect tax

  • Ariane Calloud (Paris) – indirect tax

  • Nigel Dolman (London) – transfer pricing

  • Pavel Fekar (Prague) – international tax

  • Henrique Frizzo (São Paulo), in cooperation with Trench, Rossi e Watanabe Advogados – corporate tax

  • Lyubomir Georgiev (Zurich) – international tax

  • Maarten Hoelen (Amsterdam) – international tax

  • Salpy Kouyoumijian (London) – private client

  • William Marshall (Hong Kong) – international trade, Customs and indirect tax

  • Marie-Therese Yates (Zurich) - wealth management

  • Juan Carlos Valles Zavala (Juarez) – international tax

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