Manage non-US global tax compliance reporting and payment obligations (including corporate tax, partnership tax, and VAT, where applicable) for the corporate group across UK, EU & APAC.
Facilitate and ensure UK tax compliance reporting obligations for equity partners, including providing support with their UK personal tax affairs.
Handle enquiries from global tax authorities, and appropriately deal with historical tax errors if discovered.
Prepare tax updates to the Luxembourg and Guernsey board of directors and group tax consolidation.
Prepare UK, Hong Kong, Luxembourg, Japan, Ireland, and Singapore tax provisions for inclusion in audited financial statements for corporate group entities. This also includes addressing and resolving any tax-related queries from auditors.
Be Tax lead on funds closing process from a tax perspective, including reviewing investor CIQs, and validating FATCA and CRS documentation obtained from investors.
Maintain up to date investor tax documentation which involves liaising with external provider and Investor Relations team in a repapering exercise to obtain and validate updated documents that have expired.
Support relevant teams (e.g. Investor Relations / Investment Structuring Teams) with withholding tax exemption / relief claim for investments and liaising with Investor Relations team, external tax advisors, and external general partners as necessary.
Monitor tax legislative updates in relevant jurisdictions and conduct reviews of new and existing activities.
Conduct tax risk analysis of relevant UK tax legislation including UK salaried members reviews, corporate criminal offence reviews, and income-based carried interest rules.
Manage relationships with external tax advisors across various jurisdictions engaged to provide tax services for corporate group, funds, and partners.
Knowledge and Experience Required
A professional accounting and tax qualification (ACA and CTA with exposure to UK corporate, partnership, and personal tax) with a minimum of 5 years of relevant experience.
International tax experience is useful but not mandatory.
Knowledge of the corporate, legal, and tax environment are essential.
Strong problem-solving, analytical, written, and verbal skills as well as excellent attention to detail.
Strong relationship building and influencing skills.
Excellent IT skills, Microsoft Office, including Excel.