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EMEA Tax Analyst

EMEA Tax Analyst

Job Title: EMEA Tax Analyst
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, Greater London, England
Industry:
Salary: £45000 - £50000 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
REF: 150721TA_1631179685
Contact Name: Josh Burns
Job Published: 10 days ago

Job Description

The Consultancy Group are currently partnered with a Global Media Company looking to add a Tax Analyst into their growing Tax Team to focus on EMEA region. The company are ideally looking for a candiadte with a Coprorate Tax background who has experience and knowledge of International Tax.

Responsibilities:

  • Planning, analysing and implementing corporate restructurings, acquisitions and integrations (including tax due diligences) throughout the EMEA region with a special focus on, France, Germany NL, Spain, Russia and the Middle East.
  • Planning and advising on cross border profit distributions and/or inter-company payments.
  • Planning and monitoring the use of deferred tax assets (tax losses), tax consolidations and thin capitalisation across the EMEA region with focus on Germany, France, NL, Spain and Russia.
  • Coordination with the finance and treasury teams on international financing schemes/restructuring as well as assisting the various legal departments.
  • Assisting and managing corporate tax audits within EMEA region.
  • Analysing, reviewing and implementing transfer pricing ("TP") policies, TP documentation and TP compliant inter-company agreements (inter-co service agreements, cost sharing agreements, licensing agreements.
  • Advising on and preparing VAT efficient multinational client contracts within the EMEA region.
  • Planning, advising on and preparing VAT efficient cross-border inter-company service agreements.
  • Advising on ad-hoc VAT queries raised throughout EMEA.

Requirements:

  • 2-4 years of experience in corporation tax (direct or indirect tax) within an European / international context.
  • French or German would be a big advantage.
  • Experience in European corporate taxation (cross-border corporate restructurings (M&A), financing and thin capitalisation, trans-national profit distributions, loss planning, tax reserves.
  • Corporate Tax baclground.
  • Knowledge in transfer pricing would be a distinctive advantage but not compulsory.
  • Experience / Knowledge in (cross border) VAT matters would be another advantage but not compulsory.

For more information please contact Josh Burns at The Consultancy Group.