• Competitive
  • London, England, United Kingdom
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Credit Suisse -
  • 25 Jun 19

Tax Data and Tech Controller # 124639

We Offer
The Finance division at Credit Suisse aspires to be the best Finance division in the industry and a core driver of the bank's vision. Our focus is to manage the bank's capital, funding, liquidity and expenses to ensure we are well capitalized and have a strong enough balance sheet to withstand adversity and uncertainty. We are committed to drive cost efficiencies, improve control, quality and efficiency of our information and to engage with the businesses to actively prepare the bank for regulatory changes. To fulfill our mandate we need the skills, experience and engagement of our employees. We need to attract the best people and engage, grow and retain talents through a rewarding and inclusive partnership culture.

The role involves:
  • Leveraging tax technical expertise to provide an interface between Tax SME users and Finance Change/IT to ensure that Tax user requirements are appropriately articulated.
  • Promoting an enhanced understanding within Tax of tech and data capabilities, terminology, developments and work practices.
  • Assisting with the development of visualization and data tools and ensuring that new technologies are appropriately leveraged.
  • Working with Finance Change to support the development of a Tax data schema, ontology and lineage which leverages CS firmwide data framework and toolset.
  • Assisting with the iterative development of the Tax technology and data roadmap, addressing user requirements and anticipated external tax and regulatory developments. Ensuring, in conjunction with Finance Change that the Tax roadmap is compatible with and leverages the wider Finance and firmwide technology and data roadmap.
  • Facilitating the review of tax processes to enhance control and efficiency.

Open to discussing flexible/agile working.

You Offer
  • Experience working in a similar role within a tax department with strong familiarity of tax technical concepts for both direct and indirect taxes.
  • The ability to translate user needs into clear business requirements.
  • A willingness to partner and share knowledge and a desire to democratize an understanding of technology and data concepts for tax SMEs.
  • An interest in the practical application of new and traditional technologies in order to solve both current and anticipated business problems.
  • Recognition of the importance of technology and data for Tax and a desire to move forward with the embedding of technology and data as an enabler for Tax.

Credit Suisse is committed to providing equal employment opportunities, regardless of ethnicity, nationality, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, age, civil partnership, marital or family status, pregnancy, disability or any other status that is protected as a matter of local law.