Corporate Tax – Senior Manager, M&A in Charlotte, North Carolina
THE TEAM YOU WILL BE JOINING:
Fortune 500 financial services firm headquartered in Charlotte, NC with a significant investment in innovation
Recognized by Fortune as one of the worlds most admired companies in 2012 along with many other awards around social responsibility, diversity, equity and inclusion and client experience.
Purpose driven and team-oriented environment with focuses on leveraging employee talents, cutting edge technology, and best practices and processes
Organization that is recognized for being truly multicultural; diversity and feedback rich is in their DNA
WHAT THEY OFFER YOU:
Highly visible opportunity as it supports organization tax policy
Results driven organization that values accountability and continuous improvement
Opportunity to make an impact and add value - Forthcoming investment in tools and technology to improve current processes
Excellent Company Benefits to include medical, dental, pension, 401k and generous PTO policy
WHY THIS ROLE IS IMPORTANT:
Direct due diligence and tax structuring initiatives on a variety of targets. Includes reviewing and overseeing the preparation of such deliverables, effectively managing both internal and external resources and escalating issues where appropriate.
Research, analyze and resolve the most complex tax issues impacting consolidated returns, partnerships, etc., applying a thorough understanding of relevant tax law and tax and regulatory accounting principles and concepts.
Document and communicate solutions (both verbally and in writing) to tax and non-tax professionals at various levels within the organization.
Supervise the maintenance of accounting for income tax records necessary for proper Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) financial statement presentation, with a focus on the Accounting for Income Tax implications of M&A activity.
Resolve the most complex issues leveraging strong and broad relationships throughout the enterprise.
Function as a team leader on highly complex and visible projects (e.g. post-acquisition tax integration workplans) with notable resource requirements and risk.
Mentor and coach less experienced teammates to build their own technical expertise and delegate work as appropriate.
Engage with business partners to analyze the tax implications of proposed and existing business transactions, identifying and researching solutions, and appropriately communicating conclusions.
Identify and analyze tax planning opportunities and manage broad-based project teams to effectively implement tax planning initiatives.
Coordinate and review responses to inquiries from taxing authorities.
THE BACKGROUND THAT FITS:
Bachelor's degree and 10+ years of Big 4 or large corporate tax experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
5+ years of focused experience in M&A due diligence, structuring, and integration.
Advanced understanding of principles, practices, theories and/or methodologies associated with the tax discipline.
Strong computer skills in Excel and other Microsoft products.
Strong verbal and written communication skills.
Advanced analytical skills and tax research skills and the ability to solve complex technical and business problems.