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Starting a New Job Remotely as a Tax Professional

Many companies worldwide are now working remotely and turning to digital onboarding methods to accommodate new tax expat employees who are perhaps unable to relocate due to the current travel restrictions. The effects of Covid-19 are therefore increasing the possibility of businesses adopting a more remote workforce for corporate tax and transfer pricing experts. We […]

10 Great Reasons to Work with Kingpin International

Kingpin International is a global executive search company specialising in the recruitment of international tax talent. We help create tax, transfer pricing and treasury careers in multiple locations across the EMEA, Asia and LATAM regions. Our highly experienced recruiters will always take the time to fully understand your aspirations and seek to build an open […]

Transfer Pricing Jobs in the Middle East

Choosing a career within Transfer Pricing can be both intellectually and financially rewarding, exposing specialists to a rapidly changing International Tax landscape. Transfer Pricing affects most Multinational firms, with the OECD’s new guidelines set to bring about massive changes in how firms conduct cross-border operations. Transfer Pricing Jobs are centred around the analysis of internal […]

A Guide for Tax Professionals Relocating to Belgium

Thanks to its central location, Belgium is the ideal place for ambitious tax professionals looking for tax jobs across Europe whether you’re currently in Spain, Poland, Germany, Netherlands or France. You may be a young professional looking to broaden your work experience or want to enjoy a different culture. Either way, Belgium could be the […]

Tax Jobs in Brisbane

BACKGROUND TO BRISBANE Brisbane is the capital of the Australian state of Queensland. With a metropolitan population of around 2.5 million people, the city is also the most populous in the state and 3rd most populous in Australia. While Brisbane’s central business district stands on the site of the historic European settlement, the city’s modern […]

Transfer Pricing in Singapore

On 23 February 2006, Singapore introduced its first comprehensive guidance on transfer pricing. This came more than a decade after the OECD had published its guidelines in 1995. Although the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS) insists it applied the arm’s length principle (ALP) the entire time through Singapore’s tax treaties, the guidance was the country’s first attempt to create a transfer pricing culture of its own.