KPMG is a global network of professional services firms providing Audit, Tax and Advisory services. We have over 200,000 outstanding professionals working together to deliver value in over 154 countries worldwide. As one of the world’s leading professional services organisations our people play a vital role in helping organizations create value and grow with confidence. Our clients include some of the largest multinationals, best-known brands and public bodies.
KPMG in the Cayman Islands are one of the leading professional services firms, with over 340 employees from over 30 countries and 25 partners delivering audit, tax and advisory services to clients worldwide.
As one of the first international accounting firms to establish an office on Grand Cayman in 1966, we have the local expertise and island insights to add value to our local and international clients.
Our innovative spirit inspires what we do and how we do it, providing valuable benefits for clients, employees and stakeholders. Constantly striving to be better lies at the heart of what makes us different.
KPMG in the Cayman Islands is the largest of the Big 4 on the island and we are dedicated to attracting, recruiting and retaining the best talent available and investing in those individuals to develop the Financial Services business leaders of the future. This is an excellent opportunity to work within a World class financial centre, the “Best Company To Work For” Awarded Firm and for the only Big 4 firm in Cayman to be accredited with the Investor In People GOLD Award. Working within a very diverse and multi-cultural environment at KPMG, you would also experience working with multinational clients specializing in alternative investments, insurance, banking and asset securitization.
We invite applications from suitably qualified candidates for the position of:
Manager/Senior Manager, Tax Advisory
The rapid internationalization and increasing sophistication of business means a rewarding career in Tax at KPMG. We use our in-depth technical knowledge, and our understanding of how tax fits into the broader business picture, to work with our clients to help them manage their US income tax reporting requirements. We advise our clients on US foreign reporting rules so they can meet their compliance responsibilities across a wide range of areas, including captive insurance, hedge fund and private equity reporting.
Role and Responsibilities:
The successful candidate will assist the U.S. Tax Partner(s) and Director(s) in fulfilling functions that require a high level of tax knowledge, understanding and judgment. The role includes supervision and review of FATCA ad CRS Returns; overseeing due diligence processes, conducting entity classification reviews, and health checks for trusts, partnerships and corporations. The role will involve research assignments requiring review of Cayman Law, regulations, and guidance notes in relation to FATCA, CRS, CbCR, and Economic Substance; advising and assisting clients in completing their registration requirements with the Cayman Islands Tax Information authority; advising a wide range of U.S. taxation issues including reviewing tax memorandums and U.S. tax law research; development of the U.S. tax practice in the area of FATCA, CRS, CbCR, Economic Substance, and any other Tax related advisory matters.
Qualifications and Experience:
Applicants must possess a professional accounting designation (e.g. CPA, CA ACCA), Enrolled Agent designation, or an LLM designation. The candidate must have at least six to eight years US tax experience preferably with a large public accounting firm specializing in U.S. Tax matters. This position requires an attention to detail, the ability to work well within a small team, and the ability to meet tight deadlines. The candidate will need to be able to work a flexible schedule as overtime is required.
In return, we will offer
A competitive remuneration package that is commensurate with qualifications and experience and paid tax free, full relocation and work permit package (if required), a flexible vacation scheme called ‘MyTime’, designated group induction and training start dates, a comprehensive medical and dental scheme, pension plan (in line with Cayman Islands Labour Law), free on-site corporate gym membership options and a recognizable and reputable corporate social responsibility program.
Change extends your horizons. It gives you a fresh perspective and the opportunity to learn from others. KPMG in the Cayman Islands will ensure you broaden your horizons.
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