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Rebecca English

Senior Consultant - Tax

I focus on some of the major and specialised public practice Firms and their tax recruitment needs within London. 

I thoroughly enjoy going out and meeting all my candidates and clients that I work with, whether for a first time introduction or catch up on recent developments; my network is continually expanding. From Big 4 heads of departments to bright eyed graduates, my London tax network is expansive, interesting, varied and ever growing. 

With nearly four years spent in sales and account management within the FMCG market, I went on to join an independent boutique recruitment firm before moving to London and joining Pro-Tax. With nearly five years now in recruitment and two specialising within London tax recruitment, I take pride in my personal service to both my clients and candidates to consistently find the right fit.

When not at my desk, I can almost certainly be found chilling out with / chasing after my beautiful Labrador, Margaux, or still hacking my way round a hockey pitch or golf course! If I was not in recruitment, I'd be a sports commentator – travelling the world watching and talking about the cricket or golf? Yes please!

rebecca's latest roles

  • Transfer Pricing Senior Manager

    £80000 - £100000 per annum + uncapped bonus

    An exciting and brand new opportunity has arisen at a prominent and dynamic boutique firm in London. This is a firm that has seen fabulous growth over the past few years with the momentum only increasing, co...

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  • Transfer Pricing Tax Assistant Manager

    excellent benefits

    A Top 10 Client of mine that I have worked closely with for many years are recruiting within their Transfer Pricing Team. After another year of strong growth, there is a need to grow their team with an ambit...

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  • Transfer Pricing Manager - London Big...

    £60000.00 - £70000.00 per annum + excellent + flexiwork

    Sitting within the London International Tax department of this Big 4 Firm, the Transfer Pricing team are looking to add to their dynamic and fast paced group with an ambitious and experienced Transfer Pricin...

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What people say about Rebecca

My experience with Rebecca from Pro-Tax was fantastic. I have unusual experience for a tax professional, which made the process of finding suitable work more challenging. Rebecca helped me every step of the way, and found be a great opportunity at a firm I greatly admire.


I found Rebecca really really helpful and approachable throughout the job-seeking process. She suggested a route I hadn't initially considered pursuing but her knowledge and enthusiasm of the company made me interested to look into them, and I'm glad I did... 


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Companies Rebecca has worked with

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Rawlinson & Hunter is an exceptional boutique Accountancy Firm, headquartered in London but Operate worldwide. It has a prestigious and high client service reputation, providing taxation and financial advice to an enviable private and corporate client portfolio. This has been duly reflected with the firm this year winning three prestigious awards - Accountancy Firm of the Year 2017, Tax Advisory Firm of the Year 2107, and Trust Company of the Year 2107.

Westleton Drake is a firm that specialises in providing tax advisory and compliance services to UK and US individuals and companies based in the UK. Founded back in 2010; the Firm has doubled in size within the past 2 years and are now hugely well regarded within the market and making incredible headway against the largest competitor.

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rebecca's articles

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10 Things You Didn't Know About: Ed Nevens, Partner at BDO

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Ed is a partner in BDO's London tax team focused on private equity funds and their investors. Typical examples of Ed's advice include structuring private equity funds, their management and advisory functions and also fund executive co-investment and carried interest arrangements. What three traits define you? Collaborative, focused and enthusiastic. What’s the weirdest job you’ve ever had? I used to play a lot of music whilst I was in university (mostly guitar in various bands around London) but I’m not sure it qualifies as a job! How do you define success? Helping clients and the team succeed - for me it is all about seeing happy clients get the solutions that work for them and a happy team that is learning and developing. What would you do (for a career) if you weren’t doing this? Something where I could create things and try to help people develop – given my mathematical background I’d most likely I’d be developing new maths, science or technology. What is your personal philosophy? Take people with you and share what you learn – the collective effects of a collaborative team where everyone can contribute and share ideas never ceases to amaze me. How do you start your day? Slowly – I’m more of a night owl so I’m not great in the mornings! What’s your favourite thing about working for your current company? I think the culture at BDO is fantastic. Whether I’m talking to the leadership, the client team or the support staff I find everyone listens, helps each other and works collaboratively with lots of good humour. I like being in an environment where everybody wants each other to succeed. What are the secrets to good leadership? I think having a vision and allowing people to be part of it and make their contribution. We are lucky in that our industry attracts very bright people at all levels and roles who really want to make an impact and achieve something. I think the best leaders identify this and are generous and trusting in letting others help them work towards their goals and be part of the success. What makes your company unique? Following our recent merger BDO is the largest UK accounting firm focused on advising entrepreneurial businesses. I think the firm really understands and embraces the entrepreneurial spirit and culture of our clients whether they are companies, individuals or owner-managed businesses like professional practices and private equity houses and the clients really respond to it. Who do you most admire in your industry? It has to be David Marks who recently retired from Apax Partners – a leading tax advisor in private equity whom I admire greatly. Regardless of the issue, he is the kind of tax person you would want in your boardroom if you needed advice on something really difficult or complex. He would advise you in plain English, make it all seem surprisingly simple and straightforward (despite it being hellishly complicated) and have a bit of time left over to chat afterwards. A model for us all to aspire to! For more information about this article, or to speak to Rebecca about your recruiting needs or Tax jobs in London or Nationwide, contact her on 02072696320 or rebecca.english@pro-tax.co.uk.

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HMRC to make the most out of Making Tax Digital

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What image does HMRC’s office conjure up to you? Do you see a drab and dreary office where the cracks of light are blocked out by sky-high paper towers of forms with hurried scrawling etched in desperation of making the latest deadline? That is all changing! HMRC plan to become a ‘world leading digital tax authority’! This is somewhat a contrast to their staid and bureaucratic approach that we have come to know and expect since they were founded in 2005. In fact, this shiny new initiative is just the latest step along the road to becoming a fully digital 21st century government department with digital income tax reporting being run out in April 2020. It is somewhat ludicrous when you stop and consider that we live in an age where in a couple of clicks (even less with face ID) you and your business can bank from your phone, claim expenses through an app or even book and manage business trips at a glance; and yet this fast-paced business world we all play in can be brought to a thunderous halt as we stop and scale through those mountains of paperwork and crumpled receipts, scratching our heads at complex regulations just to file a VAT return. What is the Making Tax Digital initiative? As of Monday 1st April 2019, we became fully cemented into the digital era. VAT-registered businesses with a taxable turnover above the VAT threshold of £85,000 will now be required to use the Making Tax Digital service to keep records digitally and use competitive software to submit their VAT returns for VAT periods that started on or after 1st April 2019. There is no doubt that stepping into this digital-first world will make managing business finances much more straightforward and streamlined. Research has highlighted that 16% of SME’s use a shoebox to store receipts and tax details, 23% use manual bookkeeping, and 27% use spreadsheet, whilst only a third use tax digital software. This will be changing the way that the cumbersome tax system as we know it works and in doing so, it becomes more efficient, more effective and, perhaps most importantly, more transparent. Avoidable mistakes cost the Exchequer over £9billion every year. With the addition of the correct accounting software there will almost instantly be increased accuracy and accessibility which will not only eliminate this eye-watering total, but also reduce the risk of further (time and money) costly HMRC interventions; allowing businesses to fluently share these records with their third parties in real time without frantic searching for those lost receipts, handwritten errors or mistaken translations, and allowing you to do what you do best with your business. For more information about this article, or to speak to Rebecca about your recruiting needs or Tax jobs in London or Nationwide, contact her at rebecca.english@pro-tax.co.uk.

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March 2019: Tax Movers and Shakers

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Stay up-to-date with the movers and shakers in the tax sector. Here are the key movements in March: PRACTICE LONDON AND CITY Partners EY has appointed Andy Baldwin as the next EY global managing partner – client service, effective from 1st July 2019; leading the go-to-market and client activities. Baldwin succeedsCarmine Di Sibio, who will now become the next EY global chairman and CEO on 1st July 2019. Cooper Parry has taken on a new workspace in London, based at WeWork in Moor Place. Wilkins Kennedy has appointed Phil Clark (ex-Moore Stephens) who brings with him more than 35 years’ accountancy experience to head up the arts and media team based in London. Wilkins Kennedy have also moved its London office location to Regis House, 45 King William Street, EC4R 9AN. Hentons has merged with C.C.Panayi & Co LLP, specialists in the entertainment sector, to form Hentons Panayi, based in Camden Town. Senior Appointments Grunberg & Co has appointed Rohan Mehra as a trainee in the tax team, who has a background in electronic engineering. SOUTH WEST Senior Appointments Baldwins has appointed Richard Clutterbuck as an Employment Tax director in the South Molton office. Meanwhile, senior managers Sean Smith, Pete McMillan and Russell Frayne have all been promoted to Associate Director in the South Molton office. Baldwins has promoted Ben Sharland from office manager to Associate Director in the Tavistock office. MIDLANDS AND THE EAST Partners KPMG has appointed Peter Workman from PwC as a partner in the firm’s legal services hub in the Midlands. He joins to lead a team of nine business structuring and transactions lawyers in the Midlands specialising in domestic and cross-border group reorganisations and business structuring activity as well as M&A and transactions. CFW Chartered Accountants has promoted Kim Parry to equity partner who specialises in audit, company formations, new business start-ups and trust taxation. NORTH WEST Senior Appointments MHA Moore and Smalley has announced the appointment of Sue Buckingham as a tax specialist in the private client team based in Preston. YORKSHIRE AND HUMBER Partners Garbutt & Elliott has recruited Becky Maguire as a business tax partner from PwC to lead the delivery of tax services to businesses ranging from owner managed to the largest listed companies throughout the region. Naylor Wintersgill has opened an office in Leeds based on Park Row. OFFSHORE Senior Appointments PwC Channel Islands has announced that Charlotte Beattie has re-joined PwC in a senior management role in tax, based in Guernsey providing UK and international tax advice to businesses and leading restructuring projects with a recent focus in leading Brexit tax projects for financial services businesses and the Fintech sector. Gerlind Smith also joins PwC Jersey as Human Capital Director from Johannesburg. Alvarez & Marsal has appointed Yvette Chan to Managing Director, based in Hong Kong, to lead the Asia M&A tax advisory practice. Prior to joining A&M, Chan was with KPMG in London and Hong Kong, where she most recently served as a partner in the M&A tax team in the Hong Kong office. Meanwhile, Richard Chen in Singapore and Colin Gater in Hong Kong have been promoted to managing director. COMMERCE & INDUSTRY McDermott has joined Monzo Bank from Smith & Nephew as Head of Tax. Caroline Hlahla has joined SoftBank Investment Advisers from Electra Private Equity, she is now VP Global Tax. Hilton have appointed Chris Thurston, who joins from Mothercare, as UK Tax Director. For more information about this article, or to speak to Rebecca about your recruiting needs or Tax jobs in London or Nationwide, contact her on 02072696321 or rebecca.english@pro-tax.co.uk

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February 2019: Tax Movers and Shakers

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Stay up-to-date with the movers and shakers in the tax sector. Here are the key movements in February: PRACTICE LONDON AND CITY Partners Ernst & Young (EY) has announced the appointment of Barbara Angus, based in Washington DC, to the role of EY Global Tax Policy leader. KPMG has appointed Howard Wiener as Principal In Charge, US tax London. MHA MacIntyre Hudson has appointed Batanayi Katongera as a transfer pricing partner based in London, previously at law firm Macfarlanes. Streets has appointed Gerry Myton as a Partner and Head of Indirect Tax. Myton began with HM Revenue & Customs and has held senior positions within the Top 20 – he was a VAT partner at Grant Thornton, PKF and MHA MacIntyre Hudson. Streets has also appointed Brian Mulholland as a Partner to head up its international tax offering. Senior Appointments Alvarez & Marsal Tax and UK LLP have launched an R&D credits service line appointing David Byrne (ex Deloitte) as Senior Director to lead. Streets has appointed Leo Donovan as a senior VAT Manager and Christina Forson as a VAT consultant. SOUTH WEST Partners Allison Beer has joined Bishop Fleming as a Corporate & Business Services Partner in the Truro office. MIDLANDS AND THE EAST Senior Appointments Christopher Marjoram has joined the transaction tax team at Ernst & Young (EY) as an Associate Partner based in Birmingham. NORTH WEST Senior Appointments Baldwins has promoted Jenny Pape from senior manager to Tax Director in the Lancaster office. COMMERCE, INDUSTRY, BUSINESS MIDLANDS AND THE EAST Board - Other Director Indeed has promoted Brian Farrell (ex Deloitte Ireland) to VP Global Tax. Farrell, who has been withIndeed since 2016, was previously Senior Director of Global Tax. ACADEMIA, GOVERNMENT, NGOs, CHARITIES, PUBLIC AND PROFESSIONAL The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) has announced its team of officers for 2019-20. Current CIOT Deputy President Glyn Fullelove will be President, with Peter Rayney (ex BDO Partner) the Deputy President and Susan Ball (Partner at Crowe) Vice-President. For more information about this article, or to speak to Rebecca about your recruiting needs or Tax jobs in London or Nationwide, contact her on 02072696321 or rebecca.english@pro-tax.co.uk

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15 Best Reasons Why Tax Deadline Day Was Missed

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Deadline day was done and dusted last week and whilst I’m sure most were done timely and without hinder, HMRC has released some of last year’s legitimate excuses as to why some didn’t quite make the cut off on the 31st. Take a look at this quick read and try not to laugh out loud! 1. My mother-in-law is a witch and put a curse on me 2. I’m too short to reach the post box 3. I was just too busy – my first maid left, my second maid stole from me, and my third maid was very slow to learn 4. Our junior member of staff registered our client in Self Assessment by mistake because they were not wearing their glasses 5. My boiler had broken and my fingers were too cold to type 6. My tax papers were left in the shed and the rat ate them 7. I’m not a paperwork orientated person – I always relied on my sister to complete my returns but we have now fallen out 8. My accountant has been ill 9. My dog ate my tax return 10. I will be abroad on deadline day with no internet access so will be unable to file 11. My laptop broke, so did my washing machine 12. My niece had moved in – she made the house so untidy I could not find my log in details to complete my return online 13. My husband ran over my laptop 14. I had an argument with my wife and went to Italy for 5 years 15. I had a cold which took a long time to go It wasn’t just excuses for being late that raised the odd eyebrow; there were also a few questionable expenses claimed also. 1. A carpenter claiming £900 for a 55-inch TV and sound bar to help him price his jobs 2. £40 on extra woolly underwear, for 5 years 3. £756 for my pet dog insurance 4. A music subscription, so I can listen to music while I work 5. A family holiday to Nigeria For more information about this article, or to speak to Rebecca about your recruiting needs or Tax jobs in London or Nationwide, contact her on 02072696320 or rebecca.english@pro-tax.co.uk Source: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/self-assessment-returns-unbelievable-excuses-and-dubious-expenses https://www.gov.uk/government/news/hmrc-reveals-top-10-worst-tax-return-excuses-for-201314

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A New Job for the New Year?

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The twinkling lights of Christmas have been packed away for another year as the nation plunges into a month of hibernation; saving money, dry January and even some experimenting with Veganuary. Here's a quick read about Whether January is a month of lying low or a month of new habits, for most it signifies a change; a fresh start and even new opportunities. It may not then come as a great surprise that at the top of the New Year’s resolutions lists for nearly a fifth of the UK appears finding a new job. In both 2017 and 2018, a survey by Investors in People (IIP), who questioned 1,000 employees, found that at least one in four said they were unhappy in their job and almost half of these planned to search for a new job in the new year, while a quarter had already begun their job hunt! The study also showed that almost a third of those employees cited having more flexibility around working as more important than a 3% pay rise. True enough, it was another busy year for the UK recruitment industry even despite the uncertainty of Brexit, with recruiters and HR services placing over 1.1 million people into permanent roles in total and a staggering 1 million agency workers on any given day; an 11% increase on the year previous. (REC Annual Recruitment Trends). The REC’s annual Recruitment Industry Trends report for 2017/18 showed that the total industry turnover from permanent and temporary/contract placements, and other HR services, reached £35.7 billion. Whilst the days are short (and cold), it can seem daunting and sometimes uninspiring searching through the murky world of the job boards. So, if you would prefer to start with an informal chat on the current tax market, current recruitment trends, new and upcoming opportunities, (many of which not seen advertised on job pages), or even salary benchmarking then please do get in touch. Rebecca English 0207 269 6320 / rebecca.english@pro-tax.co.uk

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October 2018: Tax Movers & Shakers

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Practice Hardwick & Morris LLP has announced that Kevin Offer, formerly of Gabelle, has joined the practice as a Partner effective from 1st October 2018. Kevin is a tax specialist with particular interest in the taxation of high net-worth individuals, sportsmen and entertainers. He is a Chartered Tax Adviser and a Fellow of the ICAEW. White & Case LLP has promoted 41 lawyers around the world to its partnership. The promotions are effective from January 1, 2019, and represent 12 of the Firm’s global practices in 15 locations. Laura Hoyland has been named a partner in the Global Tax Practice in London. Laura advises corporate and individual clients and family offices on direct and indirect tax aspects of financing and corporate transactions including capital markets, securitizations, bank finance, asset and share transfers and restructurings. Kreston Reeves has announced the appointment of Colin Laidlaw as director of VAT and Duty who joins the firm from RSM. Laidlaw is based in the South East and will work across the firm’s Sussex, Kent and London offices. He has considerable experience having previously worked at BDO, KPMG and HM Customs & Excise. He has over 30 years’ VAT experience. KPMG Manchester partner promotions: VAT specialist Sarah Anthony is a member of the indirect tax team and has over 15 years’ experience advising clients spanning the public and private sectors. Rick Nash is a member of the tax team, specialising in mergers and acquisitions, and has over 18 years’ experience with KPMG. Commerce & Industry Mark Feldman has joined Smiths Group from Pearson as Group Tax Director. James Marsom has joined Nuveen from Legg Mason, he is now the International Tax Director. ION have appointed Damien Kieran (previously of Laird PLC and Boeing) as Global Tax Director. For more information about this article, or to speak to Rebecca about your recruiting needs or Tax jobs in London or Nationwide, contact her on 02072696320 or rebecca.english@pro-tax.co.uk.

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Technology - the Future Partner in Your Tax Matters?

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Are you a Tax Manager or Tax Director seeking to streamline and manage your tax function through the use of technology? With almost daily advancements in technology, it is an exciting time for the Taxation industry. Yet digital disruption needs to be carefully analysed, while it provides many solutions to long-standing issues it also throws many new challenges. As a Tax Recruiter, a crucial part of my role is to observe the current trends in the market and be aware of the factors which will ‘shake up’ the tax industry and its demand for talent. This article looks to bring to light some of the Tax industry's most innovative ideas and predictions and how they'll affect your company, career and the demand for skills and future talent within the industry. PwC has stated that technology is one of its ‘mega-trends’, and emphasises that “successful companies must find ways to bridge the gap between their current capabilities and the future reality.” While Tim Steel from EY confirms that “Digital technology transformation is the single biggest disruptor in the tax profession”. But how is tax technology being implemented by business? One of the best examples of tax technology implementation has to be HMRC. Their Making Tax Digital campaign is part of the governments plan to make it easier for smaller businesses and individuals to stay on top of their tax affairs. HMRC have lofty ambitions to become one of the most digitally advanced tax administrations in the world. With tight resource constraints, the need to streamline and improve efficiency has facilitated rapid growth of their technological offering. HMRC has exploited new digital technologies meaning all of the UK’s smaller businesses and individuals will have access to their own digital tax account. For example, with over 9% of UK households owning a voice-based technology device and the expectation that this will increase to 40% by the end of this year HMRC are trialing ways in which they can use devices such as Alexa to engage customers. Whilst this may seem trivial on the face of things, the aim is to reduce the need for customers to contact call centres. Predictions and Breakthroughs PwC predicts that “more companies will use their enterprise-wide financial systems to prepare tax calculations (e.g. income tax accounting and indirect taxes), thereby replacing spreadsheets and/or traditional tax technology solutions.” In addition, “the majority of tax functions will rely on professional data analysis tools to assist in the decision-making process in areas such as risk detection, planning and overall business support.” With more technological breakthroughs emerging, a successful tax professional will need to focus more on the utilisation of data and technology and companies will be required to re-evaluate their current talent needs against these additional capabilities. Training requirements With technology rapidly shifting the remit of tax functions, it is imperative that any tax professional looking to future-proof their future takes the opportunity to embrace technology. Take advantage of training programmes offered by employers to remain current in the market. Whether you attend seminars, courses or have a professional mentor, look to advance your understanding of how tax and technology can work together and how this can positively impact your current/future firm. Recruitment During the recruitment process is it important for companies to question the candidate’s skillset to ensure that they meet the growing demand within tax technology. Do candidates have a solid knowledge of technological trends and how the tax technology landscape is shifting? Candidates should be able to demonstrate their knowledge of tax technological compliance and the implementation of new systems. These skills have become highly sought after by companies as the industry becomes increasingly reliant on tax technology. Cybersecurity issues According to a UK Government study, over four in ten of all UK businesses suffered a breach or attack in the past 12 months. Whilst firms are ushering in the use of artificial intelligence to streamline their process, hackers are also deploying their own versions of AI to achieve their own unethical end goals. Measures such as the Government backed, industry-supported Cyber Essentials scheme offer industry-leading expert advice to companies on how to protect themselves against cyber threats. It’s important that all companies invest in security solutions to protect their tax technology systems. The introduction of GDPR earlier this year means that firms have an important part to play in protecting sensitive customer data. For so long the issues of data privacy and data security have been viewed as separate entities with differing objectives, the introduction of global regulations has forced business to reevaluate how they gather, process and store their data. While tax technology keeps changing the face of tax functions across the industry it is important for professionals, from Tax Partners to Tax Directors to Tax Managers, to ensure they are keeping ahead of the technological curve. As a Tax recruiter, I have witnessed first hand, the effect that tax technology is having on candidates either coming to the market or already in the industry. From my experience as a Tax Recruiter, those who fare best and excel are those that have embraced tax technology early, follow technological trends and have a full working knowledge of new systems and how to implement them. For more information about this article, or to speak to Rebecca about your recruiting needs or Tax jobs in London or Nationwide, contact her at rebecca.english@pro-tax.co.uk

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