If you’re a qualified private client tax advisor, then you are no doubt going to be interested in working for one of London’s longest established specialist tax practices.
Situated in West Central London this accountancy firm boats a 120-year heritage, as private client advisers they offer tax advice in areas such as; landed estates, to wealthy individuals, non-doms, entrepreneurs as well as families and their businesses. With a growing client base and headcount, they are looking for experienced professionals who can help drive businesses growth.
A number of their clients have been on the books for over 80 years, something of which they are very proud. You will need good communication skills to both nurture new relationships as well as honour old.
The role itself will involve reporting directly in to a mix of partners, you will have responsibility for a complex technical portfolio of clients. You will also need to mentor and train junior members of the team. You will ideally be CTA Qualified and have experience of working with non-doms.
In return for your hard work and technical skills you will be rewarded by working for a company that really will tailor the role to suit you, with an individual portfolio that plays to your strengths. A high number of the 15 partners and qualified staff have been with the firm a long time and they can boast a very low staff turnover.
For further information on this role please contact Richard Kinsey at Clark Wood
Clark Wood is a specialist Recruitment Consultancy operating throughout the United Kingdom within the Public Practice Accountancy & Tax sectors. Our core client base consists of Accountancy Practices ranging from Big 4, Top 10 & Mid-Tier firms through to independent regional firms and sole traders.
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