JUNIOR & MID-LEVEL FUNDS LAWYERS – LEADING US FUNDS PRACTICE

Location
London (Greater) (GB)
Salary
£80,000+
Posted
11 Sep 2017
Closes
11 Oct 2017
Ref
11814
Vacancy Type
Lawyers, Private Practice
Contract/hours
Permanent

Junior & Mid-Level Funds Lawyers – Leading US Funds Practice in London

One of the elite international investment funds practices is currently looking to build up its market leading investment funds team in London with high calibre junior and mid-level candidates.

The firm has a superb reputation in the US and a well-established team in London which has grown significantly in the past few years into one of the pre-eminent practices for investment funds work in London covering both buyout and hedge fund launches.

Due to a strong pipeline of new work, the team is looking to grow by bringing on board a talented and ambitious junior and mid-level associate with excellent funds experience. Within a small team associates are afforded excellent levels of responsibility on some of the best work in the market. As a leading US firm salary is also highly competitive and there is a clear progression structure.

Candidates from the UK market or other recognised jurisdictions for investment management (i.e. Ireland, New York etc.) would be equally encouraged to apply. The firm may also consider high calibre NQ’s (March 2017 or September 2016 if already qualified into a leading funds team) who are looking to kick start their careers in this space.

To find out more about this unique opportunity please contact Rajiv Dosani on 0203 815 6806 or Rajiv.dosani@redlawrecruitment.com for a no obligation and completely confidential chat.

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