TaxCorporate TaxIan Fleming appointed Taxand’s global transaction chief

Ian Fleming appointed Taxand's global transaction chief

Fleming will lead Taxand’s team of transaction tax experts across the organisation’s 50 countries

Taxand, the world’s largest global organisation of tax advisers to
multinational businesses, has appointed Ian Fleming global transactions leader.

Fleming, who is a managing director with Alvarez & Marsal Taxand UK, will
now lead Taxand’s team of transaction tax experts across the organisation’s 50
countries.

Prior to joining Taxand, Fleming was with the private equity tax group of
KPMG.

Frederic Donnedieu, Chairman of Taxand, said: “We are delighted to announce
the appointment of Ian Fleming as leader of Taxand’s global transaction tax
service line.

“I am sure his appointment will be valuable to our clients and tax
professionals alike as we look to maximise tax opportunities that can often be
overlooked by clients in the heat of deal making.”

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