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  • Corporate Tax Assistant Manager (Banking)

  • Location: London
  • Salary: £45000 - £55000 per annum
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Ref: VWN16883989
  • Recruiter: Victoria Wilson
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Division: Banking Corporate Tax Advisory Team


Summary:

This role focuses on corporate tax advisory and includes building long-lasting client relationships and coordination of all tax services to clients.

You will be part of a Big 4 market leading team focusing on the provision of high quality business advice to international banking clients. With an in depth understanding of client's business strategy as well as the industry in which they operate, you will work in partnership with them and provide bespoke and robust tax solutions to support their corporate goals.

Role and Responsibilities:

  • Carrying out a variety of corporate tax advisory work and supporting compliance and audit teams where tax issues are more complex
  • Efficient, effective and timely delivery of client work, usually in small teams
  • Development and maintenance of good client relationships, including ongoing identification of leads for new work, and liaison with other members of the client service team outside tax
  • To ensure up to date knowledge of Banking Tax law and consider their impact on clients
  • Identification of work opportunities through an internal network of contacts
  • Development of more junior staff in the team, through on-the job coaching
  • Liaising with other colleagues in tax and elsewhere to provide a complete tax service to clients
  • Working with senior team members on identifying and following through future work opportunities and cross-selling to other disciplines

Qualifications and Skills:

  • CTA and/or ACA/CA or equivalent qualified
  • A commercial approach to resolving issues and providing advice
  • High level analytical skills
  • History of developing strong external and internal client relationships
  • Project coordination/management skills
  • Banking experience would be preferred but not required
  • The flexibility to adapt to the ever changing demands brought about by tax, regulatory and business changes
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