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Mark Leeds joins Mayer Brown

Mark Leeds has become a partner in Mayer Brown’s tax transactions and consulting practice in New York.

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Leeds (pictured left)  advises clients including banks, hedge funds and family offices on the tax aspects of capital markets products and strategies, including over-the-counter derivative transactions, swaps, tax-exempt derivatives and strategies for the efficient use of tax attributes, such as net operating losses, as well as formation and trading matters.

Leeds was formerly a shareholder of Greenberg Traurig. He has also been a managing director and senior tax counsellor with Deutsche Bank in New York, the general counsel of a credit derivative company and the leader of Deloitte’s capital markets tax practice.

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