International Tax Director/tax Senior Manager - Scotland Or Fully Remote Working, Wigan, Hanami Inte

Published 2022-08-06
Expires 2022-09-06
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International Tax Director/tax Senior Manager - Scotland Or Fully Remote Working, Wigan, Hanami Inte
United Kingdom, Greater Manchester, Wigan,
Published August 6, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: International tax director/tax senior manager - scotland or fully remote working
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Are you a Tax Senior Manager or Director with International tax knowledge? If you are, keep reading as there’s an enticing opportunity with an industry leading International Tax practice in Edinburgh, Scotland. The opportunity allows you to work either in the office (should you be local) or fully remote Who are we working with? This large International Tax practice is a fully flexible yet forward thinking firm that encourages fantastic progression routes. They are seeking for an individual who is looking to progress into a partnership level that will be provided with a structured and successful service line. They are no such days as a usual day here. The firm works on a broad and diverse portfolio of projects. They will have a mixture of localised and international key points. Their projects usually include Corporate residency and permanent establishment risks, international expansion plans, withholding tax, double taxation relief, international structuring, transfer pricing reviews, thin capitalisation and cross border financing. When it comes to their culture, they value diversity as well as experience. You’ll work with other experienced individuals who have probably come from a Big 4, with technical abilities of such. However, these individuals are more likely to have chosen to move from one of the Big 4 due to this firms “Team working “and appreciating culture. Have you got any of the experience below? Understanding or exposure to the wider tax topic such as Transfer Pricing, VAT, Global Mobility Tax, etc. Strong report writing skills where you can refine complex tax issues into a bitesize format for stakeholder’s review. International professional liaison experience. CA and/or CTA qualified UK Tax Technical experience The above may be quite a lot to take in but if you are in the position of your career where you are looking for progression, do feel free to get in touch and discuss further Contact me via email gcapolinohanamiinternational.com or message me directly to arrange a chat.

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