Job Title

Client Manager – Italian Accountant

Required Skills

Job Description

 

Company Introduction

Our client is a leading company in accounting and education, specialising in international tax.

Job Responsibilities and Duties

  • Report to the partner in charge of the Italian office;
  • Assist in the formation and maintenance of both Maltese and Italian entities, arranging legal, accounting and tax advice;
  • Manage an expanding portfolio of international clients;
  • Deliver accurate management accounts, annual accounts, tax returns as well as assisting clients with the preparation and filling of the VAT returns;
  • Assist with bank opening procedures in particular coordinating the collection of due diligence documentation and assisting with KYC exercises;
  • Assist with company formation and administration both in Malta and also where necessary in other countries (mainly through our partners in those countries);
  • Assist with invoicing and drafting of fee estimates, quotes, proposals to potential and existing clients;
  • Following up on leads;
  • General duties as may be required.

Experience

  • A minimum of 3 years’ experience in accounting in Italy, preferably within an accounting or audit firm;
  • Experience in working in areas such as international corporate taxation or European VAT would be considered an asset;
  • Excellent communication skills both verbally and written in English and Italian, another language as German, French or Spanish would be an asset;
  • Strong knowledge in Microsoft Office Tools;
  • Knowledge of Xero or Quickbooks accounting software would be favorably considered.

Personal Skills

  • Have good analytical skills;
  • Be able to think logically;
  • Find practical solutions to challenging tasks;
  • Have a strong personal drive and a competitive spirit;
  • Enjoy building and developing relationships and working in a dynamic team.

Recruitment Team Leader

Sectors Finance, Legal & Compliance, Risk & Fraud

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