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ALT Solicitor (Finance)

ALT Solicitor (Finance)

  • Herbert Smith Freehills are currently seeking a Finance Solicitor (1-4 years' PQE) to join our team in Belfast
  • You will be joining our Alternative Legal Services business, which provides high-quality, cost-effective legal services
  • Your role will be instrumental in helping us to develop our Belfast Finance offering to support our global network
  • You should have finance experience in areas such as general banking, leveraged and acquisition finance, or DCM
  • Good interpersonal skills with clients and colleagues alike and a readiness to take responsibility also required

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