A global Fintech / Technology leader has an exciting opportunity for an experienced, International Corporate Tax executive to manage US international tax and global transfer pricing policy in addition to leading tax due diligence for US and foreign acquisitons.
The role is highly visible within the company and requires the ability to operate independently in a fast-paced environment as well as manage multiple completing priorities and deadlines across various jurisdictions.
- Manage US international tax and global transfer pricing policy
- Lead tax due diligence for US and foreign acquisitions including coordination with advisors on tax due diligence; ensure tax efficient transaction structuring; provide tax input to financial models; post-acquisition integration implementation
- Strategizing the Company’s global transfer pricing arrangements and streamline the transfer pricing to align with current business model
- Responsible for quarterly accounting close activities for transfer pricing, including approval for journal entries and forecast modelling
- Monitor, analyse and advise on proposed and enacted tax legislative and regulatory changes, including OECD initiatives
- Oversee tax withholding and reporting requirement including advising on vendor contracts
- Review customer contracts for appropriate contracting parties and other tax consideration
- Provide US international tax support to IRS examinations with emphasis in TCJA
- Manage and mentor a team of 3 direct reports
Excellent opportunity to leverage tax expertise and be a significant contributor to the company's growth.
- 15+ years of broad-based tax experience in a fast pace environment with Big 4 public accounting firm and inhouse/corporate experience in a high-tech company a plus
- Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, strong accounting skills; MST or CPA a plus
- Strong skills in reviewing legal agreements including deal documentations in M&A transactions, license agreements, and general understanding of M&A deals
- Ability to model and illustrate the tax impact of tax structure and deal alternatives