Private Practice
  • We are looking for a newly qualified Banking Associate to work on a variety of banking matters, including general corporate banking, leveraged and acquisition finance, real estate finance and structured finance, representing banks, financial institutions and corporate borrowers.
  • This is a high performing, cohesive and busy team with excellent prospects for career development. You will handle your own matters (with supervision) and assist the Partners and Managing Associates on more complex matters. There may be opportunities for client secondments as your career with us progresses, within and beyond Edinburgh or Aberdeen.
  • Suitable candidates will have strong academics and gained at least six months Banking and Finance experience during their training contract or post qualification at a City or leading national practice recognised for banking work.
  • Along with excellent communication skills, we are seeking candidates with a good grounding in the basic elements of banking and finance law, a willingness to learn and develop commercial awareness, good social skills and plenty of drive and enthusiasm to help us to provide an excellent client service.
  • The Group acts for a wide variety of banks and financial institutions. We also act for some of the Firm's corporate and property clients when they borrow.

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