A great opportunity to undertake high-end UK and international personal tax planning work, with one of London's premier Private Client Tax teams.
Our client is a non-Big 4 firm that has built a particularly strong reputation in the HNW advisory field. They advise new-money entrepreneurs, private equity principals, business owners and their families on all areas of income and capital taxes planning. This includes offshore trusts, property holding structures, ER, BPR, domicile, residence and remittance advice,
The quality of the work and team has attracted advisers from across London's top private client teams, drawn by the opportunity to progress, to build a name for oneself and to enjoy the genuine culture of work/life balance that the firm actively promotes. They passionately believe in working smarter, not harder. The team benefits from the latest technology, flexible hours and remote working arrangements.
This award-winning firm continues to attract private client work of the highest quality. They are therefore keen to make a strategic hire at Senior Manager level. The successful candidate will be CTA qualified with extensive experience of advising UK and international HNWIs on a broad range of UK personal tax issues. They may be a Manager looking to step up to SM grade, or alternatively a Senior Manager looking to progress their career with a forward-thinking firm.
The individual will be an accomplished client-facer and relationship builder, looking to take the next step in their career and to be supported in their development to Director grade.
Private Client Services maintain a high profile within the firm, offering the opportunity to participate in networking, business development, radio and press work, as well as client-facing advice.
The team is happy to meet potentially interested parties for a coffee initially, rather than launching immediately into a formal interview process.
To find out more about this opportunity please contact Michael Howells on 07891 692514 or email firstname.lastname@example.org quoting Ref 4867.
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