A top tier law firm in Surrey are seeking to recruit a Corporate Tax Lawyer to join one of the largest teams outside of the City.
This Commercial law firm has an outstanding reputation across all of its services. The firm are seeking to recruit a Corporate Tax Lawyer to provide a range of services that will include standalone tax advice as well as adding value to a wide range of transactions by devising and implementing tax efficient structures. Implementation is critical for tax planning to work and the firm are renowned for the high-quality execution and service delivery. Responsibilities may include:
- Corporate finance support
- Structuring acquisition and disposals
- Advising on corporate reconstruction and group arrangements
- Investigations and enquiries
- Structuring property transactions for landowners, funds and end users
- Asset finance support
- Employee related tax advice
- EIS, SEIS VCT and corporate venturing advice
- Tax advice to owner-managed businesses
- Partnership tax
- Environmental taxes
The successful candidate will have a broad range of in depth tax experience gained at a high level. CTA qualification would be advantageous but not essential.
This is an excellent career opportunity with a firm that will offer a leading salary and a direct route for career progression.
Please contact Guy Pearson, Legal Recruitment Consultant, to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.
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