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Sarah Priestley joins Shearman & Sterling

Sarah Priestley has left Weil, Gotshal & Manges in London, where she was head of the corporate tax group, to join Shearman & Sterling in the same city.

She has worked on many high-profile deals for private equity and hedge funds in Europe and the US and has a wide range of experience in the corporate tax, VAT, and stamp duty aspects of commercial transactions, including take-privates, private equity investments, private and public company takeovers, and corporate restructurings and spin-offs. She also advises on management packages and employment taxation.

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