Associate Lawyer – Tax – 4 years PQE

  • Location
  • Contract Type
  • Posted
  • Start Date
  • Industry
    Professional Services
  • Salary
    GBP150000 - GBP200000 per annum + bonus, pension and benefits
  • Expiry Date

This role involves advising on all aspects of corporate tax within a dynamic and highly regarded Tax Advice and Controversy team. The successful candidate will play a key role in providing comprehensive tax advice, contributing to the structuring and execution of transactions both domestically and internationally.

What’s in it for You:
Joining this well-established and diverse tax practice offers the opportunity to work on a broad spectrum of transactions and tax structuring. The role emphasises ensuring tax-efficient implementation and execution to meet client needs. Our client prioritises the professional development of their Associates, offering a stimulating environment, extensive training, and significant client interaction.

Key Tasks:
The Tax Advice and Controversy team covers a range of transactions, and the Associates advise on tax aspects related to:

  • Structured real estate transactions
  • M&A, joint ventures, and other corporate transactions
  • Funds – hedge and debt, real estate, and other asset classes
  • International tax structures and cross-border transactions
  • Structured (asset and Islamic) finance and capital markets
  • Insolvency and restructuring
  • Relevant VAT and indirect tax issues

Qualifications Required:

  • 4 years PQE+
  • Ideally, England and Wales qualification, but a legal qualification enabling practice in the UK is acceptable
  • Strong academic background

Experience and Knowledge:

  • Broad corporate-tax experience in a City or large regional practice
  • Real estate tax and taxation of corporate transactions is advantageous
  • Additional experience in funds taxation, taxation of financial transactions, and tax accounting is a plus

Attitude and Skills:

  • Commercially focused with intellectual curiosity
  • Confidence in client-facing interactions
  • Ability to work independently and seek support when needed
  • Confidence to challenge conventional tax thinking
  • Clear and concise communication skills
  • Flexibility and adaptability

If this role is of interest, please contact Sally McIntyre-Brown on 0207 332 2452 or on for a confidential discussion

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