TaxCorporate TaxBacardi and Reckitt on the hunt for tax experts

Bacardi and Reckitt on the hunt for tax experts

Two of the world's best known multinational companies are on the hunt for senior tax executives to guide them through the opportunities and pitfalls of complex international tax rules

Reckitt Benckiser, the consumer goods giant, has hired headhunters Pure
Recruitment to appoint a new group tax director.

Bacardi, one of the sponsors of this month’s V Festival, is also on the
lookout and has advertised for a senior international tax director based in
Switzerland.

The war for tax talent is hotting up. Other groups are trying to negotiate
complex transfer pricing rules or considering relocating to low tax
jurisdictions.

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