Variety is the spice of life, so why settle for less when it comes to your career? This Big 4 firm are global pioneers in assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services offered to a broad range of clients. The massive presence this entity has means that the financial systems created have a visible, meaningful impact on the market. Employees are given creative freedoms in the way they work, hoping to achieve catered efficiency. Above this, the corporate culture is supportive - they want you to excel and love what you do.
As a Senior M&A Tax Manager you will focus on delivering high quality transaction tax advice. The team is based in London and supported by a strong EMEIA and global M&A network and are exposed to a wide variety of clients from corporate giants to mid-market entities to small FinTech start-ups. Your responsibilities will extend to leading a team of tax professionals and assist in developing their skills.
To be considered for this position you should be ACA, CA or CTA qualified with significant M&A experience. If you do not have these qualifications, fret not! This practice is also open to looking at candidates with the relevant legal background. Furthermore, you should have excellent management skills and have a familiarity with current international developments such as BEPS.
In return you will receive a competitive remuneration package plus a comprehensive list of benefits. This firm has made it their primary goal to be the best employer in the market and they do so by offering training and career development opportunities, flexible working hours, a supportive environment and stretching the job responsibilities so it is truly tailored for you! Apply now to take your career to the next level.
To apply or for further information, please contact Sally McIntyre-Brown on 2027 332 2452 or on email@example.com
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