Private Practice

Banking & Finance Associate

Banking & Finance Associate

  • The purpose of this role is to carry out a broad range of finance work as part of a large, motivated and friendly 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.
  • We are happy to consider Scots law and/or English law candidates.
  • You must have a broad knowledge of corporate banking law gained within private practice.
  • In addition, you must be enthusiastic about keeping up with the latest trends and decisions in finance law.

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