Our client, a Top 50 International Law firm, has a fantastic opportunity for an experienced PSL to join its Banking & Finance team. The team...
Banking & Finance Lawyer
2 - 4 PQE
Our client, a leading boutique practice in Central London, is seeking an experienced Banking & Finance lawyer to deal primarily with Real Estate Finance (REF) work.
The Banking & Finance department provides transactional advice to a broad range of clients, including onshore and offshore lenders (private and retail banks, and other financial institutions), as well as advising borrowers (corporates, funds and high net worth individuals, including international clients). As real estate sits at the core of this firm, the team have particular expertise in real estate finance (both investment and development) in relation to commercial and residential property, therefore, the successful candidate will have general banking and REF experience in particular, including lender and borrower experience.
You will have the opportunity to work on residential development schemes, including prime residential London schemes, student accommodation, alternative living, advising hotel owners and operators in the UK and Europe on their financing requirements, as well as advising family offices about the banking requirements of their investments.
You will ideally have 2-4 years PQE gained with a top London based or national law firm. Strong academics and good technical ability are requirements for this role, as is a proactive and flexible approach and an interest in business development opportunities.
This is a great opportunity for someone at a larger City firm to gain a better work life balance, or a step up for someone from a specialist practice.
To be considered for this fantastic opportunity, with a leading London based boutique firm offering a great work/life balance and fantastic salary please contact Louise Carroll for a confidential discussion on 020 3946 8091 / 07909 450390 or email@example.com
*Where a level of experience is indicated, this is a guideline only and represents the amount of time we would usually expect a candidate to accumulate the requisite level of experience. This does not preclude applications from candidates with more or less experience.