This FTSE 100 multinational financial services organisation are looking to source an International Tax Manager into their expanding Group Tax team. Primarily responsible for supporting the International Tax Senior Manager across all business divisions (asset management, retirement and insurance) in dealing with all international tax issues.
Key responsibilities include:
- Transfer pricing, tax technical analysis, M&A, tax advisory work, international tax compliance issues (i.e. PE, CFC etc.) and managing risks for the business
- Business partner with the International Tax Senior Manager to support on international tax issues, and to advise the business divisions on potential tax exposures relating to international projects
- Development and implementation of transfer pricing policies and to prepare transfer pricing documentation across all the business units
- Provide support to the Compliance & Reporting team to prepare CFC disclosures and ensure that the impacts of transactions are accurately reflected in the consolidated group and tax returns
- Ensuring tax financial reporting information submitted by overseas businesses is reviewed and that the consolidated group accounts include accurate disclosures of the overseas tax related numbers
- Production of technical analysis and documentation on key tax issues for projects and transactions to include diverted profits tax, PE risk, transfer pricing, tax technical and tax accounting analysis where appropriate
- Liaising with key finance and business contacts in the UK and overseas to build networks to ensure smooth management and communication of tax issues
- Maintaining good technical knowledge of international tax issues, monitor relevant changes in international and domestic tax legislation, assessing impact and being able to provide a clear briefing for non-tax specialists on the relevant issues.
Key requirements include:
- Qualified accountant (ACA, ACCA, CTA or equivalent)
- Minimum of 5 years' relevant tax experience (HMRC, accounting practice or industry)
- Knowledge of International regulations, OECD guidance, in particular transfer pricing guidelines
- Knowledge of UK Taxes Acts as they apply to UK and International Tax (including corporation tax, VAT and stamp duty)
- Good knowledge of the tax aspects of UK GAAP and IFRS