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Corporate Finance Specialist

This job is no longer available

Recruiter
HMRC
Posted
29 August 2014
Closes
14 September 2014
Location
London (Greater) (GB)
Responsibilities
Position/Level
Contract Type
Language
Salary
£53,196

Further information

This is a high profile opportunity to help shape HMRC’s strategy for dealing with large businesses. Joining the dedicated experts in our central London office, you will make a positive difference for the nation by using your corporate finance knowledge and financial markets experience to challenge corporate tax avoidance. 

To join us, you will need extensive experience of working in primary issue valuation; preferably across a range of financial instruments. You will certainly have theoretical or practical experience of financial instrument pricing models relevant to primary issuance of debt, equity and derivatives. Strong quantitative skills and investigative ability will be keys to your success. 

In return for bringing corporate finance knowledge, financial markets experience and an innovative approach to HMRC as a tax professional, you will enjoy the advantages of a flexible employment package, generous leave and an excellent benefits package. 

Focusing on a range of significant organisations, you will be instrumental in making sure the right amount of UK tax revenues are collected. You will also play an integral role in delivering an ever improving customer experience. 

The scope of our work allows for an unrivalled breadth of personal development. While making a vital contribution to our challenging business commitments, you will discover opportunities to broaden your skills and knowledge in a wide range of fascinating and rewarding areas.

HMRC is a large and diverse organisation employing over 67,000 people. We collect and administer the majority of UK tax revenue. We also support families and workers through the benefits and credits we pay and administer.

For more information please call Andrew Parrock on 0300 058 9706.

Closing date is 29th September 2014.

HMRC