The M&A Senior Tax Manager is a market facing leadership position with path to partnership. This role is available due to the continued expansion and success of the transaction advisory practice. The M&A Senior Tax Manager will team with the west region transaction advisory team to grow the practice and be responsible for traditional large firm M&A tax consulting (deal structuring, due diligence, post-deal integration, tax attribute management, and other special projects).
In addition, responsibilities include: Teams with partners and internal support functions (BD, marketing, etc.) to develop new business; manages significant client relationships (new and existing); mentors staff and otherwise significantly contributes to team/resource building; identifies and analyzes tax risks and opportunities while advising both strategic and private equity buyers and sellers on alternative tax strategies for acquisition, disposition, and restructuring of businesses; assists in reviewing and analyzing definitive agreements and providing tax opinions; reviews, assesses and advises clients regarding the tax computations reflected in their financial models, and assists clients in the quantitative and qualitative analysis of the tax data in their financial projections for the transaction manages risk and financial performance of engagements including budgeting, billing and collections; works closely with and manages colleagues from the offices around the world; teams with other professionals to identify new marketplace opportunities and grow the practice; builds and manages client relationships and articulate complex information when providing crucial negotiation insights; develops and mentors subordinates in order to support career satisfaction and progression.
The M&A Senior Tax Manager role requires an individual with a minimum of 7- 10 years of relevant experience and requires technical competence across multiple US Federal, International and State Income tax disciplines. Although expected to be a US federal income tax specialist, a fundamental working knowledge of all non-income based Federal, State and Foreign tax regimes, including but not limited to indirect, payroll, property and Ad Valorem taxes is required. In addition, the individual must have experience managing multiple client engagements and client services teams. The M&A Senior Tax Manager must have strong leadership, market facing, and written and verbal communications skills. The ability to travel when necessary is also important.