Private Practice

Corporate Lawyer Senior Manager

Corporate Lawyer Senior Manager

  • In this role, you'll provide our clients with tax advice that has already been reviewed by lawyers.
  • In addition, you'll provide our clients with a simple and cost-effective way of successfully implementing our tax advice.
  • Furthermore, you'll review existing structures and help clients preserve value by rectifying inadequate implementations and operations.
  • The applicant will be a corporate lawyer with a good range of experience in areas of law such as structuring and reorganisations, mergers and acquisitions, private equity, joint ventures, funds, debt listings and intra-group financing arrangements, corporate governance, commercial arrangements, share investments and/or the implementation of employee incentive arrangements.
  • The applicant will be a corporate lawyer with a good range of experience in areas of law such as structuring and reorganisations, mergers and acquisitions, private equity, joint ventures, funds, debt listings and intra-group financing arrangements, corporate governance, commercial arrangements, share investments and/or the implementation of employee incentive arrangements.

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