BDO Early In Career
7 days ago
BDO LLP is an accountancy and business advisory firm, we provide integrated advice and solutions to help businesses navigate a changing world. Our clients are Britain’s economic engine – ambitious, entrepreneurially-spirited and high growth businesses that fuel the economy.
We share our clients’ ambitions and their entrepreneurial mind-set. We have the right combination of global reach, integrity and expertise to help them succeed.
BDO LLP operates in 17 offices across the UK, employing 3,500 people offering tax, audit and assurance, and a range of advisory services. BDO LLP has revenues of £428m and is the UK member firm of the BDO International network. The BDO global network provides business advisory services in 162 countries, with 74,000 people working out of 1,500 offices worldwide. It has revenues of $8.1bn.
BDO gives trainees all the training they need to attain their professional qualifications, along with extensive practical experience that includes on-site client work. The firm provides constant support to help you achieve your potential.
'Achieving My Potential’ is BDO’s organisational framework. It is made up of 4 key elements – core competencies, technical competencies, values and attitude. In essence, what you do and how you do it.
A BDO client will generally have some short – term goals and a long- term vision- But standing in their way will often be a number of tax-related issues. Our Job is to act as guides through the complex, ever- changing landscape of tax legislation, to help our clients get where they want to be by the most effective route.
To do this, we must offer many different tax services. These include day-to-day compliance with the tax authorities, advice on employment taxation and international tax, transaction support for deals such as mergers and acquisitions, VAT services, expatriate tax advice and more. Such a diverse offering means we need similar variety in our team. We need specialists who can handle the most technically challenging and sector-specific issues, we need versatile and people-focused individuals who can field a wide range of questions from large owner-managed businesses, and we need brilliant innovators who can work on tailored solutions to address a client’s specific circumstances.
Our Corporate International Tax and Transfer Pricing teams are based in London and together form the foundation of our international tax offering to multinational enterprises across a variety of business sectors, from early stage businesses taking their first steps into or outside the UK, to global businesses with complex operations and structures all over the world.
Corporate International Tax
A role within this team would provide an opportunity to learn about all aspects of UK business taxation and to gain exposure to a range of international tax issues including the expansion of businesses overseas, minimising the overall tax burden on those overseas companies, tax issues arising from the repatriation of profits back to the UK, consideration of foreign exchange and withholding tax issues, and the changing international tax landscape following the release of the OECD’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Actions in October 2015. A role in this team will also provide an opportunity to be involved in projects for advising businesses on the UK and overseas cross-border mergers and acquisitions as well as internal corporate reorganisations.
Transfer Pricing is a specialist area within international tax and an increasingly important tax issue for multinational businesses and tax authorities alike. Transfer Pricing looks at how transactions between related parties are priced as tax authorities will require businesses to price their related party transactions in accordance with the arm’s length principle set out by the OECD. BDO’s Transfer Pricing team is therefore a specialist team within our wider Corporate International Tax team which works closely with businesses to help design transfer pricing policies that are commercially effective for the business and supportable from a tax perspective, and to prepare documentation to support the policies in place.
BDO’s transfer pricing work is project-based and projects typically look at the ways in which businesses structure their operations, financing, and the development and management of their intellectual property. A role within this team would provide an opportunity learn about international transfer pricing principles and also to gain insight to how a business operates, structures its financing, develops and manages its intellectual property.
Candidates must have, or be on course for the following grades (or international equivalent):
- A minimum 2.2 degree in any discipline;
- 3 A Levels at grades A*- C, excluding General Studies and Extended Projects
- A*- C at GCSE in Maths & English Language
We are looking for candidates who display strengths which are aligned to: Business Thinking, Collaborating, Innovation and Change, Communicating, Developing Self and others, Decision Making.