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Reward Tax Assistant Manager

Date: Aug 15, 2019

Location: London, United Kingdom

Company: KPMG UK

Service Line Information:

KPMG's Tax, Pensions and Legal Services (TPL) practice is a dynamic and successful area of our business. A constantly changing and increasingly high-profile field, TPL can offer a surprisingly broad range of quality career paths to ambitious people. Our People Services practice encompasses a wide range of areas across both Global Mobility Services (GMS) and Employer Reward Services (ERS). Our GMS team assists organisations to manage their globally mobile workforce. For our clients we provide a single source of advisory and compliance experience covering all aspects of global mobility and international assignments. Services range from international tax compliance and consultancy, advising on international social security and pensions through to helping clients to design their global mobility policies or move into a new territory. Our ERS team brings a number of key elements under one umbrella, Reward, Employment Solutions and Employee Benefit Solutions all delivering a wide range of services. The scope is broad, covering payroll and HMRC compliance, employee reward and benefit strategy design including technology, executive strategic reward, valuation services, workforce management and advice on national minimum wage and gender pay gap.

The Role

• Builds and develops positive constructive relationships inside and outside KPMG
• Assessing problems from multiple angles to ensure all relevant issues are considered when making decisions
• Proactively driving forward new and creative ideas which benefit the client
Based in our Reward Consulting team, you will support the senior members of the team to deliver:
- Executive remuneration benchmarking projects
- Reviews of remuneration structures for compliance with various regulatory guidelines
- Advice on wider market practice for executive remuneration
- Design and implementation of new management incentive schemes for listed and private companies
- Advice on commercial implications of new and existing arrangements
- Advice on impact of changes to law and practice on existing arrangements
- Advice on remuneration impact of transactions (mergers & acquisitions, IPOs, debt fundraisings, etc.)

The Person

• Takes time to learn about other people and their experiences and how to apply this learning
• Shares experiences with others to assistant their learning and understanding
• Demonstrates curiosity and open mindedness to new ideas approaches and perspectives
• Actively engages with others in order to address their views/concerns
It is expected that you:
• will be a reward practitioner with at least 3 years’ experience in both executive compensation and broader reward aspects
• will have a clear understanding of the key concepts and methodologies required to deliver reward and executive compensation advice
• have a good understanding of the UK market practice for executive compensation and the broader landscape encompassing relevant regulations for Directors remuneration reporting and corporate governance matters
• demonstrate excellent organisational skills and ability to work under their own initiative
• have strong analytical skills which can be applied in the provision of reward advice to clients and an ability to provide advice and commentary on reward matters to clients in a clear and understandable manner
• will be working, or have worked, in a Big Four consultancy or other consultancy with a clear reputation for delivering high quality advice in this space. Applicants from industry will be considered but the ability to deliver in a professional services environment will need to be assessed.

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