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Banking and Finance Lawyer

Banking and Finance Lawyer

  • Burges Salmon are currently seeking a Banking and Finance Lawyer (1+ years' PQE) to join our team in Bristol
  • Our banking and finance team advise borrowers, lenders and sponsors on a variety of debt transactions
  • Clients include UK and international banks, debt funds, investment funds and corporates including listed PLCs
  • You should have an excellent academic record coupled with recent experience from a strong banking and finance practice
  • In particular, you should have good working knowledge of drafting LMA-based documents

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