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Assistant Manager - Legal Services, Corporate

Assistant Manager - Legal Services, Corporate

  • KPMG’s aim is to be their clients’ primary choice in respect of their people, corporate structures, internal arrangements and regulatory requirements.
  • You will provide fully integrated corporate transactions advice – providing our clients with legal advice that runs alongside and integrated with the firm’s deal advisory advice
  • You will be Working alongside colleagues from across the business, in Deal Advisory, Tax, Consulting and Audit.
  • You will be Intellectually curious, open-minded and analytical people, with an eye for detail and pride in their work
  • You will be a flexible person who is able to deal with a fluid, changing work environment.


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