Tax Manager | In-house Banking Sector

  1. Permanent
Negotiable
NH4_1599821476

City of London, London

The details

Marks Sattin are proud to be working with one of the largest Banks in the world whose headquarters are based in the Southern Hemisphere whilst having a presence here in London.


The current CFO is looking to add an experienced Tax Manager to their team, the role involves general Corporate Tax Compliance duties on an international level to help support the Head of Tax & CFO.

Salary: £60k - £90k (depending on experience)

The ideal candidate will be will have come from a general Tax Banking background and will be looking to progress in their career as they are on the lookout for a candidate who is likely to succeed the current Head of Tax in 2-3+ years.

If you would like to find out more about this postion please apply within for further details.

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