CORPORATE PARTNER – US FIRM

Location
City of London
Salary
US RATES
Posted
18 Aug 2017
Closes
18 Sep 2017
Ref
13462
Sector/Practice Area
Corporate, M&A
Vacancy Type
Lawyers, Private Practice
Contract/hours
Permanent
PQE
Partner

Corporate Partner – US Firm

This Am Law 100 US firm continues to steadily build in the London market. Established for some time it has made steady progress recently in an understated way and not only is full service, but is well placed for further growth. The firm has been prudently financially managed, so it has weathered the challenges of the global economy over the last few years very well and is perfectly placed to continue its upwards trajectory.

The firm has an established corporate practice undertaking UK originated, inward investment and cross-border transaction work. A percentage comes from the US but the London office is not dependent on the US for its corporate work. The firm is looking to continue with development of its corporate practice. The firm is ambitious to grow and has the capacity to expand over the next few years with a senior, established partner who is seeking to make a difference to a small but well leveraged corporate team. There is a great opportunity to take a lead in building the team.

This firm has a collaborative and supportive partnership culture reflected in the way it remunerates its partners. The firm is profitable and has a very sensible and long-term approach to partner remuneration ensuring that partners are paid very well and at a level reflective of contribution.

For further information please contact Amy Hambleton of RedLaw Recruitment on 020 3815 6802 or amy.hambleton@redlawrecruitment.com

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