Private Practice

Banking & Finance Associate

Banking & Finance Associate

  • About the Firm: Dentons is the world's largest law firm, delivering quality and value to clients around the globe.
  • About the role: We are seeking to recruit a Banking & Finance associate in our Aberdeen, Edinburgh or Glasgow offices.
  • Looking For: Among your many talents, we are looking to secure your expertise and between 4-and 7-years’ post qualifying experience in general banking or property finance to work on a wide variety of transactions (we are happy to consider Scots law and/or English law candidates); your broad knowledge of corporate banking law gained within private practice; your proven ability to communicate well at all levels; to organise and prioritise effectively, and to work as part of a team whilst also using initiative.
  • Opportunities: Since Dentons represents both finance providers and users, our clients benefit from counsel that understands the needs and wants of each party. Whether it is a domestic bank in Hong Kong, a government development bank in Moscow, or banks in several other locations, you will have exposure to our global client base.
  • And more: You will carry out a broad range of finance work as part of a large, motivated team. Acting for lenders and borrowers you will be responsible for all aspects of lending transactions and will also be involved in marketing and business development initiatives.

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