M&A Tax, Manager - Stamp Duty
The M&A Tax team in London is the largest specialist team in the PwC worldwide M&A network with over 130 partners and staff. Ranging from Private Equity Houses to Public Sector clients, the team has a truly global reach facilitating global transactions across different territories. Within the team there are sub-teams with specialisms in Funds, Management, Stamp Taxes, Sale and Purchase Agreements, Transfer Pricing and Global Operating Model Advisory and VAT. We also work closely with the Deals and Transaction Services (TS) Teams, Capital Markets and Consulting teams at PwC.
As a stamp tax specialist you would also be part of the UK stamp taxes network, which has over 25 specialists spread out across the UK and advises on transactions in a range of areas, including; real estate, corporate reorganisations, banking and capital markets and asset management from private clients / private business to FTSE 100 and multinationals.
Performing Tax Due Diligence reviews which involve looking at existing and potential tax issues, tax compliance and tax risks for clients wishing to sell/acquire businesses.
Provide Tax Structuring advice to help clients operate their business in the most tax efficient manner e.g. optimal acquisition or disposal structures from stamp perspective.
Deal Implementation, to assist with appropriate documentation of deals, in accordance with the proposed Tax Structuring.
Pre and post deal services, including assisting clients with stamp aspects of pre and post-acquisition re-structuring.
About the role
Your day to day duties will include;
Managing stamp tax advice and implications on an ever changing deal portfolio.
Delivering bespoke stamp tax advice, working closely with M&A specialists as well as other parts of PwC in order to best service your client's needs.
Working closely with other members of the team on a wide variety of deals.
Experience providing stamp tax advice for a professional services firm or Government Agency
Evidence of managing projects for key clients
Experience of leading and coaching others
Experience in building and leveraging internal and external relationships and networks
An ability to plan and deliver work against tight deadlines
Developed communication skills, specifically in negotiating with and influencing others
Experience of advising on UK stamp taxes
Ability to work well in a team
Experience of handling multiple projects and deadlines simultaneously
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