Private Practice

Banking Associate

Banking Associate

  • About the Firm: At Burges Salmon, you will gain professional development with a structured path to advancing your career. You will be guided by a supportive leadership team to enhance your skills and experience.
  • About the role: You will work as part of a collaborative team and are comfortable with taking instruction or leading others. You will actively continue to improve your technical skills, your understanding and application of the professional standards with the support of the Leadership and Development teams.
  • Looking For: We look for individuals who have developed themselves and their capabilities, coupled with strong commercial and legal potential and relevant experience. You will have strong, recent and relevant work experience focused on banking and financial transactions, which is likely to include good working knowledge of LMA standard form documentation.
  • Opportunities: When you join our collaborative environment, you will have the opportunity to take responsibility for your work and to be trusted to get on with things. We will provide you with a professional, friendly and sociable setting in which to thrive and realise your potential.
  • And more: Our banking lawyers act for banks, building societies, debt and pension funds and other financial institutions, alongside numerous PLCs and large corporate clients around the world.

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