Private Practice
  • About the Firm: Dentons is the world's first polycentric global law firm.
  • About the role: We have a vacancy for an Anti-Money Laundering lawyer in our Edinburgh office.
  • Looking For: We are looking to secure your expertise and in-house experience or compliance/risk experience working in a law firm or a professional services environment; coupled with your experience in drafting a range of legal documents and your good knowledge of relevant compliance rules and regulations, including confidentiality, anti-bribery and corruption, money laundering, UN/UK/US/EU sanctions, and other international laws and regulations.
  • Opportunities: The opportunities afforded you means that you will be keeping up to date with applicable AML laws and regulations globally and advising on how these changes affect the Firm and its processes; and advising on the application of international financial sanctions and obtaining licenses.
  • And more: You will be a team player who possesses excellent written and verbal communication skills enabling you to both confidently and clearly explain problems and issues to partners/fee earners and proactively contribute to their resolution and to interact at all levels within the firm.

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