Private Practice

Banking & Finance Associate

Banking & Finance Associate

  • About the team: Bird & Bird LLP is an international law firm which supports organisations being changed by technology or the digital world.
  • About the role: The post holder will represent the Firm on a wide range of legal transactions which will include sports finance. The work will involve a good combination of drafting and negotiating deals and wider client interaction.
  • Looking for: Candidates should have solid post qualification experience gained in the banking/finance practice of a leading Firm.
  • Opportunities: The firm offers excellent prospects for progression and our culture provides all our people with world-class support to achieve their ambitions and goals.
  • And more: We support an agile working environment and are happy to discuss flexible working.

Bird & Bird

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