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Full Time - Permanent
1+ years PQE
We're growing our Incentives team and looking for someone with at
least 1 year's relevant experience.
Our Incentives (or share schemes) lawyers have
expertise in both HMRC approved schemes and unapproved arrangements.
We advise on all the tax planning and corporate issues which relate to
the establishment and running of incentive schemes, both for private
and public companies. Our work also includes advice where appropriate
on corporate governance issues and generally providing a full service
to complement the work of our colleagues in corporate finance.
Your work will involve all aspects of design,
drafting and implementing incentive plans and share plans, as well as
the various aspects of employment taxes. This includes all employee
incentives, bespoke incentives, management team advice on
transactions, plan and benefit reviews, etc. You may also write
articles on incentives issues and present widely at both industry and
Skills and experience
You should have an excellent academic record and
evidence of 'hands-on' experience gained at a firm with a first-class
reputation for incentives work. A desire to build on our excellent
corporate client base and existing incentives practice will be
important and, a proven ability to win new business will be an asset.
You should also be a strong team player and be able
to manage a complex and varied workload effectively.
We're committed to finding the right person for this role, so we will
consider applications from candidates who are looking for a part-time
opportunity and are open to discussing flexible working patterns.
Clients range from fast growing entrepreneurial
businesses to multinationals, FTSE100 and household names.