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Assistant Manager - Regulatory Lawyer

Assistant Manager - Regulatory Lawyer

  • About the Firm: KPMG is part of a global network of firms that offers Audit, Tax & Pensions, Consulting, Deal Advisory and Technology services.
  • About the Role: We have a vacancy for a Regulatory Lawyer to join our growing Financial Services Regulatory team at KPMG. The role will be based in our London office but with potential for on-site client work.
  • Looking for: We are looking to secure your expertise and experience with non-contentious advice and support to clients in the context of a board range of financial services regulatory issues including; long-term and short-term insurance, financial advisory and intermediary services and banking law and the interplay between these various fields.
  • Opportunities: Over the next few years, the Legal Services Team, which sits within KPMG Tax teams will grow and Legal Services will expand into other areas of law that fit within its vision and the needs of KPMG’s clients. You can be part of this exciting development.
  • And more: You will be an approachable team player who enjoy working with people from different backgrounds, with a keen appetite to develop personally and professionally, and to assist with the development of junior team members.


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