Marc Sanders leads Alvarez & Marsal's Dutch transaction tax offering

05 August 2021 Consultancy.eu 2 min. read

Alvarez & Marsal has installed a new leader in its tax practice in the Netherlands: Marc Sanders.

Marc Sanders brings more than 20 years of experience in international taxation and M&A tax to the global consulting firm. Appointed a Managing Director, based in Amsterdam, Sanders leads Alvarez & Marsal’s transaction tax offering in the country.

He joins from EY, where he spent the past two years as a tax partner in the International Tax and Transactions practice. Sanders previously worked with Dutch law firm Taxand for a decade, and another decade at Deloitte across its offices in the Netherlands, the United States and Aruba.

Marc Sanders leads Alvarez & Marsal's Dutch tax practiceSanders specialises in tax matters relating to transactions and M&A deals such as carve-outs, divestments, leveraged acquisitions and distressed (debt) structures. He advises clients on all aspects of Dutch and international taxation, and has assisted both multinationals and private equity firms and their portfolio companies.

Leveraging Sanders’ track record, Alvarez & Marsal will now also in the Netherlands be able to provide an end-to-end proposition for its clients in the deals space. “This enhances our integrated approach and offerings for our clients in the region,” explained Age Lindenbergh, Managing Director and co-head of Alvarez & Marsal in the Benelux. 

“Marc’s hire is part of our strategic growth plan for our tax capabilities and offerings in the M&A space,” added Ernesto Perez, Managing Director and Global Practice Leader of A&M’s tax practice. “His joining builds on our recent hires across Europe and furthers our ability to lead clients through the challenges of completing high-level transactions.”

Commenting on his new challenge, Sanders took to LinkedIn to state, “I am very excited to join Alvarez & Marsal. The onboarding and support has already been amazing and I am looking forward to working with the team.”