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Assistant Manager - Finance, Legal Services

Assistant Manager - Finance, Legal Services

  • KPMG is part of a global network of firms that offers Audit, Tax & Pensions, Consulting, Deal Advisory and Technology services. Through the talent of over 16,000 colleagues, we bring our creativity and insight to our clients’ most critical challenges.
  • The in-house Legal Services Team sits within KPMG Tax. Its establishment flows naturally from KPMG’s long history of successfully delivering multidisciplinary services to clients. Its vision is to be the legal adviser of choice for KPMG’s clients when it comes to their people, corporate structures, internal arrangements, regulatory requirements and disputes with HMRC.
  • Your responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, advising borrowers on new facilities and refinancings across a variety of sectors including real estate, hotels, leisure, retail and healthcare. Also, you’ll be negotiating and dealing with all security and guarantees, both domestic and cross-border.
  • You will have a high level of technical knowledge with regards to UK corporate law.
  • You will be able to demonstrate your ability to successfully lead transactions (while ensuring that other senior members of the team are kept informed and involved at appropriate times), and to supervise and develop more junior members of the team. Strong project management skills are a must.

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