Senior Associate, Tax, Large Corporate, Cambridge
Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to being:-As a Senior Associate in this role, you will manage a varied portfolio of clients, establishing effective working relationships and offering proactive advice. Your main focus will be on tax advisory services, with opportunities to get involved in tax structuring and due diligence work, international tax services, transfer pricing and other project based work. You will also play a significant role in coaching junior members of the team, as well as involvement with various business development initiatives, whilst building your own personal network at the same time.The role offers the opportunity to work with some of the biggest names across the South East. Given our diverse client portfolio, no two days are ever the same, and you will have the flexibility to shape the role to your specific interests and/or existing specialisms.
The role could include but is not limited to:Advising multinational businesses on international tax developments and strategy. This may include tax planning and tax structuring advice on cross-border activities, group reorganisations, refinancing and corporate simplification projects.Various opportunities to get involved with M&A transaction work for our Cambridge client base as well as within the wider South East Deals network. This can include advising on the tax implications of a wide range of UK and international transactions including acquisitions, leveraged buy-outs, refinancings, disposals and IPOs, working XLOS with our Transaction Services, Accounting Structuring and Corporate Finance colleagues, as well as tax specialists within the UK and global PwC network.Proactively managing a portfolio of listed and inbound clients, including dealing with tax enquiries and investigations, proactively identifying opportunities to provide tax advice and mitigate tax exposures.Build and develop client relationships and opportunities.Overseeing the management of global tax compliance obligations alongside the UK compliance centre.Establishing effective working relationships within the team, across the South East and more broadly as required. Being proactively involved in the financial management of your portfolio of clients. Contributing to the development of personal and team knowledge. Build your own network of contacts through regular attendance at internal and external meetings. Keeping up-to-date with changes in tax law, market practice and tax authority approach as well as key service line offerings within PwC. Keeping up-to-date with local and national business and economic issues that could impact our clients and /or their industry. Some travel and occasional overnight stays will be expected.
Essential skills and experienceAlongside a strong academic background, you will have a ACA/CTA (or similar) qualification.Excellent team, organisational and communication skills.Good networking skills and the ability to work under time pressure is also important in the M&A environment.Strong analytical skills and desire to develop a breadth of technical skills.Risk aware and familiarity with the firm's risk management processes.Plenty of self-motivation.Up-to-date UK Corporate Tax experience with a particular focus on large corporates, especially Inbound and listed companies. Some recent experience in any of the following areas would be helpful but not a prerequisite: UK corporate tax, audit of tax, tax reporting and strategy, transfer pricing, international tax, mergers & acquisition.We understand that applicants may not feel comfortable in applying for a role unless they fully meet the requirements as advertised. We want to encourage people to apply who may not fully meet the requirements but still have relevant skills and experience to fulfil the role.
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