International Tax Manager, Asset Management
One of the largest global asset managers is currently recruiting for an additional tax resource in the UK, primarily to support the Head of International Tax.
One of the largest global asset managers is currently recruiting for an additional tax resource in the UK, primarily to support the Head of International Tax. The role will be a broad role, with exposure to a wide range of work and will require a candidate with significant post-qualification experience and ideally prior experience gained within the asset management sector.
The key responsibilities will include:
- Involvement in the successful delivery of tax projects, ensuring technical excellence and that a practical/business driven approach;
- Owning the end to end process for the compliance & reporting obligations of the UK and other non-US businesses;
- Understanding and documenting the transfer pricing policies that exist throughout the business as well as keeping abreast of legislative development/trends;
- Working with a wide range of internal clients and professional service firms across multiple jurisdictions, time zones and business lines;
- Providing insightful, industry specific advice to stakeholders on a range of tax issues;
- Building excellent working relationships throughout the group and its affiliate partners; identifying opportunities and managing expectations;
- Seeking out and identifying opportunities to boaden the scope of work and additional value to be added
The ideal candidate will be ACA / ACCA / CA / CTA qualified with a thorough un derstanding of UK direct tax issues. Experience in an FS tax environment (preferred, but not essential) and project management experience would be welcomed. The candidate will need to demonstrate excellent written and oral communication skills and a commitment to deliver results.
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