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A global Bank are looking to recruit a Direct Tax Manager to join their London office.
You will be responsible for assisting with the groups international direct tax compliance and reporting obligations with a particular focus on the UK. The successful candidate will be an integral member of a small but experienced team of tax experts gaining knowledge across a broad range of taxes in a fast-changing commodities and banking environment.
Co-ordinate and prepare the UK corporate tax return and UK R&D claim in conjunction with internal stakeholders and external service providers
Prepare and track time-limits for claims and elections e.g. group relief
Co-ordinate the preparation of the bank levy computation and bank levy forecasting across the group companies
Co-ordinate and prepare the group's Country by Country Reporting obligations
Assist with HMRC enquiries and other ad hoc tax queries
Prepare the UK company tax provision and work with overseas Senior Tax Managers to prepare the Bank's consolidated tax disclosures for the annual financial statements including liaison with internal stakeholders and the external auditors as necessary
Deliver monthly and quarter end reporting processes for corporate tax including:
Preparation of the tax provisions and tax journals
Certification and substantiation of direct tax balances in the general ledger
Preparation of management information and board reporting packs
Preparation of tax forecasts for the Bank across its international footprint
Assist in the preparation of US state and city income, franchise and other US direct tax compliance filings together with supporting the accounting of these taxes through the preparation and posting of the tax accruals, working with Finance and Ops as appropriate
Maintaining records of the Bank's international registrations and tax filing obligations
Experience required to successfully perform the role:
ACA/ACCA/CIMA/ATT or equivalent accounting / tax qualification (part qualified accepted)
A knowledge of the UK corporate tax regime with strong tax accounting skills essential
User of OneSource (tax software) or similar preferable
A working knowledge of SAP preferable
Advanced Excel skills essential (pivots, v lookups etc.)