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AML / Sanctions Lawyer, Risk Department

AML / Sanctions Lawyer, Risk Department

  • About the Firm: Dentons is a multinational law firm. Dentons is ranked as the 6th-largest law firm by revenue, with $2.36 billion in annual revenue, and the world's largest law firm by number of lawyers.
  • About the role: We are seeking to appoint an AML / Sanctions Lawyer, Risk Department to work in our London office.
  • Looking For: Among your many attributes, we are looking to secure your experience and expertise as a qualified and admitted solicitor/ lawyer, preferably with in-house experience or compliance/risk experience working in a law firm or a professional services environment; and your experience in drafting a range of legal documents.
  • Opportunities: The opportunities afforded to you will include but not be limited to, 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, reviewing and clearing issues and obtaining licenses.
  • And more: In addition to your highly effective research skills, you will have a good knowledge of relevant compliance rules and regulations, including (but not limited to) confidentiality, anti-bribery and corruption, money laundering, UN/UK/US/EU sanctions, and other international laws and regulations.

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