Private Practice

Asset Management/Funds Associate

Asset Management/Funds Associate

  • You will maintain and grow client relationships, contribute to business development and thought leadership, raising your own profile and supporting the continued growth of the practice.
  • Our asset management and funds team deals with asset management M&A, fund establishment both private market and listed funds, institutional investment into funds and secondary transactions in fund interests, commercial contract work, including IMA's and outsourcing contracts, regulatory advice to asset managers and their clients.
  • Ideally, you will have relevant experience working with asset managers or on funds transactions, and knowledge of the regulatory backdrop.
  • You will have an interest in developing your expertise in this area, doing a mix of transactional and advisory work, and joining a fast moving team in a fast moving environment.
  • You will ideally have experience of preparing and participating in pitches to clients.

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