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Monday, 14. January 2019 - 18:10 time
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Monday, 21. May 2018 - 12:07 time
International Tax & Trust Lawyers

International Tax & Trust Lawyers
Job specification


About the Law Firm

The company is the among the world's largest law firm with a global network of 78 offices in 45 countries, with more than 4500 lawyers worldwide, more than 500 of the firm's lawyers practice exclusively in the international tax area. The firm's International Tax Group forms one of the largest and most sophisticated tax practices of any law firm in the world today.

A committed team of international tax, trust, and litigation and banking specialists advise a global clientele of private banks, trustees and private individuals in relation to wealth management. The expansion of the wealth management team has resulted in openings in this area in the Zurich office.



About the position

Join a highly dynamic group of international lawyers focusing on some of the most sophisticated issues facing the wealth management industry and its clients today. You have:

- a strong academic record;
- 2+ years experience in an established U.S., UK or
International law firm following admission to the bar;
domestic estate planning experience;
- experience with domestic and international tax rules relevant
to both corporations and individuals;
- experience in dealing with international estate and trust
matters;
- experience in dealing with the development of tax-based
insurance products;
- an interest in developing expertise in the tax laws of countries.

This is an opportunity to undertake exciting multi-jurisdictional work with a diverse international corporate, banking and individual client base.


The ideal Candidate*


Nationality
- Swiss, or Permit B + C holders
- Nationals of EU-25 Member States and EFTA
International with multicultural experience
- Age Experience is important
- Education & Training
- Academic background
- Degree in law including admission to the bar
- Languages Business fluent in English (necessity)
- Fluent in your market�¢ï¿½ï¿½s language
Each additional language is an asset
The ideal experience and functional attitudes
- 2+ years�¢ï¿½ï¿½ experience in an established U.S., UK or
International law firm following admission to the bar
- Domestic estate planning experience
- Experience with domestic and international tax rules relevant
to both corporations and individuals
- Experience in dealing with international estate and trust
matters;
- Experience in dealing with the development of tax-based
insurance products; and, An interest in developing expertise in
the tax laws of countries.
Personal qualities
- High degree of ethical and compliance standards and behavior
- Professional written and verbal communication and
interpersonal skills
- Strong analytic abilities
- Strong process leadership skills demonstrated through
previous project management
- Social competence (listening skills, constructive openness,
teamwork, multicultural competence, team player)
- Personality competence (integrity, learning, holistic thinking,
entrepreneurial acting
Availability As soon as possible
Compensation Interesting enough to attract the right candidate, dependent on agreed business plan
Location Zurich, Switzerland

*Male and female candidates are welcome

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Tuesday, 5. August 2014 - 09:45 time
How to Lead Your Team Through Change?

1. Create a plan
2. Understand the end goal
3. Communicate clearly
4. Identify key players
5. Delegate tasks
6. Set realistic objectives
7. Manage expectations
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