Private Practice

AML/Sanctions In-House Lawyer

AML/Sanctions In-House Lawyer

  • About the Firm: Allen & Overy LLP is an international law firm, advising national and multinational corporations, financial institutions, and governments.
  • About the role. We are currently recruiting for an AML/Sanctions In-House Lawyer to join our Business Acceptance Unit (BAU) in London.
  • Looking for: We are looking to secure your expertise and experience. You will be commercially minded and possess a strong legal skill set and have an interest in, and potential for, developing mentoring skills.
  • Opportunities: Among the opportunities afforded to you will be to process requests from partners for A&O to accept new legal matters including, in particular, performing anti-money laundering, sanctions and background checks on new clients and performing conflicts checks (within internal databases) on each new matter (for both new and existing clients).
  • And more: You will have a proven track record of resolving issues for Law Firm Partners and strong relationships with those Partners.

Allen & Overy LLP

Allen & Overy LLP is an international law firm, advising national and multinational corporations, financial institutions, and governments. Allen & Overy is a member of the UK’s Magic Circle of leading law firms.

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