Private Practice

Tax Associate

Tax Associate

  • Fieldfisher's growing tax and structuring group is a friendly and open team, operating at a high level whilst retaining a healthy respect for work life balance.
  • Our clients range from multinational groups through to high-net-worth individuals. This mix brings variety to the corporate tax role.
  • The role will involve working with and gaining valuable experience across the firm's key areas: corporate tax practice, particularly transactional, M&A, and corporate finance; and real estate and finance.
  • Relevant experience with real estate and corporate tax is necessary.
  • Due to growth we are seeking a highly capable and flexibly minded candidate who will be able to work with our corporate tax partners and for whom we can offer an appealing level of responsibility together with good training and development opportunities.

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