Corporate Legal Counsel

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Location
London, England, City of London
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
29 Aug 2017
Closes
26 Sep 2017
Ref
CXK
Contact
Clare King
Sector/Practice Area
Insurance/Reinsurance
Vacancy Type
Lawyers
Contract/hours
Full time

Our client, a specialist insurer, is seeking a corporate lawyer to join their existing legal team and to play a key role in all transactional activity.

The successful candidate will undertake a broad corporate role, acting as the lead lawyer for corporate transactional work. This will include structuring of various corporate transactions and associated documentation, including M&A, joint ventures, setting up new offices and assisting the Company Secretarial function. You will provide advice on the structuring of transactions and work closely with other members of the legal team, acting as the key point of contact within the legal department for support on transactional matters. You will maintain an understanding of and ensure compliance with all relevant FCA/PRA/Lloyds regulatory requirements.

The ideal candidate will have at least three years' post-qualification experience and will benefit from a strong academic background and City law firm training. Our client will consider candidates coming from either a private practice background or from another insurer/broker. The successful candidate will demonstrate a confident, dynamic and collegiate attitude. This is an exciting opportunity to join an innovative and progressive insurer in growth phase. In return, you can be assured of achieving a good work/life balance and a competitive salary package.

For more information, please contact Clare King at SSQ.

T: 020 7187 7439

E: clare.king@ssq.com

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