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Corporate – Finance - Tax - Associate

Req #: 170106437
Location: London, ENG, UK
Job Category: Accounting/Finance/Audit/Risk
Potential Referral Amount: 3500 Pound Sterling (GBP)
A new role exists within the UK direct tax compliance team to take on ownership of the Bank Levy and Capital Attribution Tax Adjustment (CATA) processes for the UK group.
The UK direct tax compliance team, amongst other things, are responsible for the monthly tax provisioning process, the tax provision and disclosures for the UK company’s statutory accounts, and the reporting and payment obligations to HM Revenue & Customs (tax returns, payments and responding to HMRC audits).  The Bank Levy and CATA calculations have a significant impact on these processes.
The successful applicant’s core responsibility will be for the Bank Levy and CATA calculations for the UK group which includes, amongst other things, the following:
  • Bank Levy
  • responsible for the month end process, including:
    • calculation of monthly provision and advising on amounts to post
    • analysis of the balance sheet position by entity and line of business
    • certification and substantiation of general ledger balances
  • preparation of the computation on a quarterly basis for forecasting purposes
  • preparation of the year end Bank Levy return for submission to HMRC, and responding to any HMRC queries
  • calculation of the quarterly instalment payments
  • liaison with the Treasury and Finance departments on a regular basis as part of a working group, providing the UK tax technical input as required
  • CATA
  • preparation of the calculation on a quarterly basis
  • preparation of the year end calculation for inclusion in the Corporation Tax Returns
  • Tax balance sheet
  • preparation of the branch balance sheet for tax purposes for consistent use across the Bank Levy, CATA and Corporation Tax calculations
  • Ad hoc corporate tax issues as required.
  • A newly qualified professional with a recognised accounting and/or tax qualification
  • A self-motivated team player who is able to prioritise and work to demanding deadlines
  • A knowledge of the UK corporation tax regime with strong tax accounting skills
  • An individual focussed on operating within and enhancing the existing tax risk and control framework
  • Experience of working in a tax department of a US investment bank an advantage
  • Excellent written and verbal skills
  • Excellent research, analytical and reasoning skills.

JPMorgan Chase & Co. offers an exceptional benefits program and a highly competitive compensation package. JPMorgan Chase & Co. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.    

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