|Job Title||Advisory focus and client relationships – hit the ground running. Private Client Tax Associate in Hampshire.|
|Salary||£35000 - £40000 per annum|
|Job Published||over 2 years ago|
|Who to Contact||Lucy Greenwood|
This is a growing practice where there is an opportunity for a proactive person to focus on an advisory role and develop excellent client service.
This Top 10 firm is unrivalled in peer competition, and the most highly regarded firm in the area.
In a newly developing area with much potential, you can experience the complexities of clients based in London, rivalling the London market, whilst enjoying the more rural and settled surroundings of Hampshire.
This team is flexible and family orientated, organising summer parties and regular trips for you and your family. A member of the team recently told me that this office has a strong, cohesive and supportive environment; the culture you’d expect from a much smaller firm and that isn’t mirrored in any Top 10’s that he’d seen. This opportunity offers you a friendly and encouraging environment where the key point is being part of the team.
Not only is this a premium environment but the training offered is continually supportive and is ongoing. The national head of the private client tax department regularly comes to the office to provide training and advice.
Unlike many Top 10 firms, where you’re expected to take on a compliance focused role and work your way up, this position offers a full advisory focused role! The firm is able to do this because the low-level compliance work for your clients is handled by another internal team, freeing up your time to focus on tax planning for your clients.
There’s the chance to hit the ground running in this role. Within your first weeks, you will be advising clients and meeting with them – almost from day one. You can stretch your people skills and build a relationship with your clients; it’s not just about the process but about becoming the lead contact. Your portfolio will have more of a complex and interesting edge to it, holding HNWIs (including some non-doms.) The clients are varied, both in location and discipline. There are many London based clients as well as local, ranging from entrepreneurs, directors of companies, family money and celebrities.
There is added responsibility in reviewing junior staff’s work, giving you the chance to develop your managerial experience.
So, in summary, this role offers you advisory focus, supportive training, an unrivalled culture from a Top 10 firm.
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