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ProfileCounsel, Tax The candidate will provide US tax planning and advising for global business operations, repatriation, global transfer pricing policies M&A and material transactions. Will report to the Director, M&A and Planning and interact regularly with many other people within the Tax department as well as functional areas outside of the Tax, such as Corporate Development, Controllership, Legal, Treasury, and HR. Review ongoing and new business activities and provide advice on the tax consequences, risks and opportunities. Work closely with the transfer pricing team to address global transfer pricing policy issues and audits. Repatriation planning to bring cash to the US in a tax effective manner. Provide tax planning advice and assist with tax modeling for M&A and other material company transactions, including integration planning and execution. Ensure tax implications of M&A and other material transactions are reflected into company's tax provision and US tax returns. Partner with the international tax team to drive effective foreign country tax planning. Research and draft memoranda documenting positions taken, preparation of FIN 48 analyses and presentations for any tax authority negotiations. Manage outside tax advisors and counsel to bring in expertise required for arriving at optimal solutions/decisions. Stay informed of major US tax developments.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate should have a J.D. degree. Must have 3-5 years of experience at a law firm or Big 4 accounting firm or Fortune 500 company working in US international corporate tax law and transfer pricing. Should have experience with repatriation, foreign tax credits, M&A, Subpart F, and transfer pricing.
Job ID: 3843