What is the EMEIA Tax Center at EY?

The EMEIA Tax Center (ETC) operates as a center of Excellence in Europe, the Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA). The ETC drives EY's latest and most innovative service offerings with a primary focus on cross-border delivery of specialist and tax and finance innovation.

Applications to this programme are now open in the following location: London

What will you be doing?

  • Working across borders, assessing the strengths and weaknesses of our multinational clients
  • Learning how transparency in data combined with innovative solutions drive transformation
  • Gaining insight into Enterprise Performance Management focusing on finance, tax and management reporting
  • Attending client meetings, supporting proposals and developing market leading solutions
  • Understand what it means to work a global organisation within a diverse team with offices across Europe

Are you eligible to apply?

You’ll need a minimum of Level 2/GCSE (or equivalent) in English Language & Maths, three A-levels, 5 Highers or equivalent, and an honours degree (in a STEM subject) by the time the programme starts.

 

Professional qualifications

ICAS with the opportunity to obtain a recognised technology accreditation

Three-year

programme

£29,000

London only programme

What’s it like?

Jason really likes how we value everyone’s development and it’s partly why he applied to EY. Learn more about his experience since joining as a graduate.

How’s it structured?

Working within the EMEIA Tax Center gives you a unique opportunity to build skills, networks and relationships across borders. Graduates on this programme will become part of our Intercompany Effectiveness team. The Intercompany Effectiveness team has for many years been Europe’s largest Operational Transfer Pricing (OTP) team helping multinational companies to reflect their TP policies on financial accounts and in financial systems. The team has ambitious growth plans expanding beyond OTP into Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) focusing on integrated tax solutions, regulatory finance and reporting.

Our solutions improve intelligence across multiple tax and business functions and help our clients to make better decisions, increase efficiency, manage compliance and risk, and drive business value.

Throughout the programme, you’ll have lots of training opportunities and support from your team while you also study for your chartered accountancy qualification. By the time you complete the programme, you’ll have a broad network of clients and are likely to be ready for promotion to Senior Consultant.

Where could a tax career take you?

Working in an environment that values and stretches you can positively impact your career progression. Just ask Stephanie, she feels like the world is her oyster.

Meet some of our graduates

Abi – graduate in Financial Services Tax

Projects in Geneva. Secondments in New York. What started as a summer internship has become a fully-fledged, international tax career for Abi. This is how.

Joining Indirect Tax VAT – Harry

Time zones were graduate Harry’s biggest challenge when working with a global client and teams across the world. Find out how he’s working with them now.

What about the extras?

Discounted gym memberships, interest-free loans, generous pension plans – there are lots of perks to being a grad at EY.

Where do you want to be?

Applications to this programme are now open in the following location: London

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