CORPORATE LAWYER – EMERGING MARKETS FOCUS – INTERNATIONAL FIRM IN LONDON

Location
City of London
Salary
Competitive
Posted
14 Sep 2017
Closes
14 Oct 2017
Ref
13463
Sector/Practice Area
Banking/Finance, Corporate, M&A, Private Equity
Vacancy Type
Lawyers, Private Practice
Contract/hours
Permanent

Corporate Lawyer – Emerging Markets Focus – International Firm in London

The London office of this highly regarded international firm is looking for a strong junior-mid level corporate associate to focus in particular on emerging markets transactions.

Successful candidates could come from either generalist corporate practices or those more focussed on M&A (public or private), Private Equity or Capital Markets. Experience of advising on emerging markets transactions would be beneficial though is by no means a pre-requisite. Given the nature of the role, any language skills (Spanish, French, Russian and others) would be desirable although again this is not a pre-requisite and applications are welcomed from any strong corporate lawyers with an interest in emerging markets work.

Successful candidates are likely to have between 1.5 and 3.5 years of post-qualification experience though strong candidates outside of this range are also welcome to apply. On offer is the opportunity to take on high levels of responsibility within a small team handling a range of interesting work. Compensation would be competitive with Magic Circle/ Silver Circle or ‘Mid-Atlantic’ US practices.

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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