This leading banking group is currently recruiting for a Transfer Pricing manager to support their Global Banking Markets division
This leading banking group is currently recruiting for a Transfer Pricing manager to support their Global Banking Markets division. The role will partner with that business unit, whilst working in conjunction with the Group Transfer Pricing team.
Key responsibilities will include:
- Working closely with and providing guidance to the business, to assist it in devising appropriate transfer pricing policies which are adequately documented and properly implemented.
- To be aware of the direct and indirect tax implications of operating in an increasingly diverse and challenging commercial, regulatory and tax environment and take appropriate action to mitigate the transfer pricing risk.
- Manage ad hoc transfer pricing queries and assist the business with transfer pricing compliance;
- To develop a clear understanding of business needs and expectations to enable development of appropriate transfer pricing solutions to support their requirements and formulate global transfer pricing policies;
- Manage the exposure of the business to inadvertent creation of permanent establishments.
- Continual contact with the business, tax colleagues and on occasion meetings with tax authorities to establish the appropriate course of action
The ideal candidate will be a qualified tax specialist (ACA/CTA or equivalent) with international tax and transfer pricing experience, ideally gained from an industry role, but candidates with good financial services experience from working in a major firm of accountants will also be considered. A good general knowledge of the other direct and indirect taxes impinging on the conduct of business cross-border will also be an advantage.
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