Regulatory Counsellor ES-PT-IT-FR-DE-HU

Where: Stockholm (Sweden)

Extent of Work: Full Time

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The Team You’ll Impact

The Regulatory Analysis team in Stockholm offers interesting and challenging legal research work in a multinational environment within a cutting-edge information security and fiscal compliance space. With a team of six to eight regulatory counsels/lawyers with roots in Albania, Argentina, Brazil, China, Greece, Poland, Romania, Spain and Sweden, we enjoy cooperation and exchange with our fellow Regulatory Analysis teams in London and Boston. Together we provide the regulatory intelligence that powers our suite of products.

The Work You’ll Do

Work includes global regulatory research within multiple jurisdictions primarily relating to electronic invoicing, which entails both tax and information security aspects. You will monitor legislative and regulatory developments in our supported jurisdictions, analyze the effects that any such changes would have to our products and services. The Regulatory Analysis team works closely with Product Development to ensure that the products meet relevant legal requirements.

What We Need From You

We would like you to have experience in the areas of indirect tax/VAT, accounting and/or ICT/information security and legal aspects thereof. Having a degree in Law such as LL.M or similar is essential however, a background in accounting also considered. The job requires an excellent command of English, in writing, whereas Swedish is not required. Additional language skills such as French, German, Italian, Turkish, Russian, Hungarian, Portuguese, Spanish or other is a great merit. We would like you to be highly analytical, with a passion for accuracy, with an ability to clearly and accurately synthesize and communicate information. It is also very important that you are a team-player.

How You’ll Grow

Growth is serious business at Sovos!

  • In the past 12 months, nearly one-third of our employees’ experience career growth in the form of promotions, career changes, and lateral moves
  • Merit-based compensation philosophy and a corporate bonus program
  • There are clear paths of growth within our roles
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