Amazing opportunity for a tax advisor to join an international law firm, that recently established a Dublin office.
Due to increased instructions, they are currently seeking to meet with Associate level Tax professionals.
About the role and team
This market leading Taxation group advises on all facets of taxation law including; asset financing; property and PPPs; wealth management; structured and project finance; securitisation and asset financing.
This firms partner with some of the world’s largest banks, financial institutions, investment advisors, funds management, telecommunications and industrial companies in Ireland and internationally.
You will work closely with colleagues in other practice groups, collaborating as a team to support clients in achieving their strategic goals.
Working closely with Partners, Directors and Senior Associates, you will be responsible for varied challenging complex legal work which often sets the pace in the market, including a mix of advisory, transactional and tax disputes work.
- You will have recognised experience gained in a commercial environment and enjoy working as part of a committed team.
- First rate experience of drafting documents (including opinions, letters of advice, information memorandums, agreements etc).
- Excellent analytical, communication and research skills - to contribute to the delivery of prompt and commercially astute advice.
- Strong commitment to client service and well-developed relationship management ability - you will play a role in supporting and actively developing our relationships with clients.
- Team focus - you will be self-aware and have the ability to work well with others; it's all about team work, collaboration, development in you and others and making this firm a great place to work.
- Enthusiasm to be involved in business development activities - participating in industry related programs and developing strategic relationships and networks.
Please contact Michelle Nolan in Lex Consultancy for full details.
Working with legal professionals in Ireland for 16 years.