As Group Tax Manager you will manage and review the Group's UK tax filings,
monitor, and further develop the Group's tax risk and control framework, support the year-end
financial reporting process and implementation of a new financial system, and monitor overseas tax
compliance. You will also provide tax advice and support on various projects and any tax authority
and audit enquiries.
Offering a complete ecosystem of maritime services, including broking, finance, port services and
research, this group is at the heart of global shipping. Their unrivalled reach, expertise, and depth of
experience, combined with leading research, enables them to partner with clients across every sector to
meet the demands of the world's rapidly evolving maritime, offshore, trade and energy markets.
Manage the UK Corporation Tax filings including an R&D claim and CFC assessment.
Review the UK VAT returns and Employee Tax filings including P11Ds, PSA, STBV and ERS.
Monitor and support overseas Financial Controllers in particular to ensure all corporation tax
returns are completed appropriately and on time.
Support Group Finance with annual financial reporting, tax provisioning and disclosures and
the implementation of the new financial system.
Maintain the Group's Tax Risk Register.
Support Group Finance with monitoring, developing, and documenting the implementation
of key financial controls including to support compliance with the UK SAO rules.
Review and maintain internal procedures, guidance, and training for staff involved in tax
Support the Group Head of Tax's review of the Group's tax policies and procedures.
Undertake half year and annual reviews of the implementation of Transfer Pricing policy
across the group. Maintain the Group's Transfer Pricing Masterfile. Support Financial
Controllers with local Transfer Pricing documentation and prepare for Country-by-Country
Liaise with the Group Auditors and other stakeholders on tax reporting enquiries.
Provide tax specialist support on projects and tax enquiries.
Monitor and assist with technical developments.
To fulfil any additional / ad hoc duties as required to meet the needs of the business.
Tax professional ACA or CTA ideally 3 - 4 years qualified.
Experience of preparing or reviewing UK corporation tax and ideally VAT returns.
Technically up to date and aware of legislative changes
Experience of financial accounting standards (IAS & UK GAAP).
Experience of extracting systems data would be advantageous.
Able to manage and deliver projects and prioritise workload to meet strict deadlines.
Strong communicator (both written and verbal), able to build relationships and manage multiple
Appreciates the value of succinct communication.
Proficient in producing, understanding, and interpreting complex/technical information clearly.
Professional, team orientated and dependable.
Energetic, focused, and productive.
Proactive and motivated to develop knowledge and new capabilities.
Demonstrates a keen interest in business with an inquisitive mind.
Solution focused with an eye for risk and the financial and behavioural impact of actions.
Competitive Salary, State of the Art offices, flexible working, discretionary bonus, free breakfast, subsidised lunch, benefits.