Our client a Global Business Services Organisation are going through some exciting transformational times. They have asked Oliver Sanderson to head hunt permanent UK & International Tax Director to join the UK team.
You will ideally be located in the North West with travel to Newcastle every week and nationally occasionally. Reporting into the Global Board Director this role is managing all aspects of Tax UK and International, the key aspects of the role as UK Tax Director will cover the following areas:
The key to this role is that we are looking for a candidate that has experience of UK and International Tax. This role will cover aspects of M & A, Corporation Tax, tax transfers, Payment of Dividends, tax transfers through Europe, liaising with companies in the UAE, Saudi, Netherlands, Belgium, India, Latin America, South Africa. You will need to understand the UK aspects of CFC, international movement of capital and understand the UK vision and the implications of tax flows for the global vision. Perhaps you have worked in logistics, construction, FM, Utilities, Energy, Oil & Gas, FMCG. Our client is open. Perhaps you have worked for one of the major audit firms.? We want to hear from you.
- You will add value to the business through the provision of timely and effective commercial tax advice for the UK business
- Implement and maintain appropriate corporate structures and governance processes
- Ensure application of the tax strategy and UK tax strategy across the UK;
- Ensure management of tax risk in the UK (including UK corporate entities);
- Maximise post tax returns from existing UK operations;
- Assist M&A with the development of tax efficient acquisition arrangements;
- Ensure compliance with tax filing obligations for all UK companies including corporation tax, VAT, environmental taxes, payroll and (as required) expatriate taxes;
- Ensure accurate reporting of all tax balances for UK companies in profit and loss account and balance sheet for both statutory and group reporting, including review and management of any tax risk provisions held by the UK companies;