Senior Banking Lawyer

Recruiter
Location
England, West Midlands, Birmingham
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
04 Aug 2017
Closes
01 Sep 2017
Ref
JNJ274372
Contact
Jon Needham
Sector/Practice Area
Banking/Finance
Vacancy Type
Lawyers, Private Practice
Contract/hours
Permanent

Major national firm seeks to appoint an ambitious banking lawyer to join their market leading team.


Our client is a progressive and award winning top UK law firm and home to an excellent banking and finance practice.


The firm now seeks to appoint a solicitor or associate with at least 2 years pqe to join their successful banking & finance practice based in Birmingham. Working in a friendly team and under the auspices of an experienced and supportive partner, you'll be advising on a range of finance matters including acquisition finance, asset based lending transactions, secured lending work, real estate finance and general corporate banking. The team acts on behalf of a range of clients including UK clearing banks, building societies, funds, investors and other financial institutions.


You will have gained experience working in another recognised banking & finance practice and you may already be based in the Midlands or seeking a move to the region from London or another regional centre.


In this key role, you'll benefit from close support and supervision from more senior colleagues as well as exposure to a diet of high quality work from the outset and clear opportunities to progress your career.


For more details or to apply please contact Jon Needham at Chadwick Nott.


07468 700558


jonneedham@chadwicknott.co.uk

Chadwick Nott Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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