Our Entity Governance & Compliance (EGC) business sits within our Tax & Legal Line of Service, and helps our clients stay ahead of changes that impact their businesses, navigating complexity and risk. We deliver deep Tax, Legal and Governance expertise, while providing the critical context to make informed and compliant decisions. With clients ranging from multinational organisations to entrepreneurs and family businesses, the work we do is diverse
The EGC team consists of 50+ members across London, Birmingham, Manchester and Belfast with a leadership team of 10.
The EGC team is a market leading global practice and is part of a network of over 3,500 legal and governance professionals in 160 countries led by Jonathan Gibson in the UK.
The team specialises in supporting clients on all aspects of governance, transactions and compliance, and is at the forefront of UK and global corporate governance reforms, providing market leading thought leadership in the industry.
This role requires someone who wants to be involved in innovative projects for clients.
The successful candidate will:
Support the delivery of governance and transaction projects (including entity restructuring and simplification mandates, design and implementation of corporate governance frameworks, provision of director training, and more).
Coach and support other members of the team.
Develop client relationships.
Collaborate with and develop relationships with colleagues across the firm.
Manage time against a budget on client projects.
Embrace new technologies including visualisation tools such as Tableau to deliver quality outputs as efficiently as possible.
Consider better and innovative ways of supporting clients and the team.
There will also be opportunities to support new business development, and progress a career with PwC by developing new skills according to PwC’s professional leadership development framework.
Coaching and mentoring will be provided
Passionate about client service – a strong willingness to deliver excellent client service, add value and flexibly meet client requirements.
Ability to develop relationships with clients and colleagues at all levels.
Self awareness and open to personal development.
Experience in coaching and developing others.
Commercial and risk aware.
Creative thinker who enjoys problem solving.
We help organisations and the people who run them answer the big business questions. How should we raise finance? Where should we be based? How should we reward our people? With some 3,300 experts whose expertise covers every conceivable area of taxation, we’re one of the UK’s leading tax practices.
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