|Job Title||Senior Tax Manager, Private Client, Top 10, Develop to Partner|
|Salary||£60000 - £70000 per annum|
|Job Published||over 2 years ago|
|Who to Contact||Nicholas Webb|
I’m working with a top tired firm in Surrey that is providing an opportunity to access the type of private client work usually only enjoyed by the big four in London.
This practice has an impressive portfolio of HNWI and UHNWI; with a particular emphasis on Non-Domiciled individuals. This role will see you undertake highly technical advisory work and you will be exposed to complex offshore structuring, an opportunity rarely seen in the regional market.
The support and expertise you will experience in this office is also unrivalled outside London. The team is led by one of the leading private client specialists in the country and he will take an active role in your professional development. Along with this you will be involved in the strategic planning of the department, the wider office and even be exposed to planning for the entire firm. Being a key member of the leadership team you will also undertake extensive business development initiatives and attend an array of networking events.
In reality, this is a perfect developmental position that will provide you with the knowledge, training, and support to make partner.
If you would like more information on this position then please contact Nick Webb on 02074644242 or click APPLY
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