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Banking Knowledge Lawyer/Senior Knowledge Lawyer

Banking Knowledge Lawyer/Senior Knowledge Lawyer

  • About the Firm: Osborne Clarke is an international legal practice headquartered in London with offices in the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Spain, Sweden, France, the Netherlands, China, Hong Kong, India, Singapore and the United States. The firm has over 270 partners and 1,600 employees and is the 21st largest law firm in the UK and the 41st largest law firms in Germany by revenues.
  • About the role: We are seeking a Banking Knowledge Lawyer to join us in our Bristol, Thames Valley or London office.
  • Looking For: Among your myriad talents, we are looking to secure your strong theoretical, practical and up-to-date knowledge of relevant Banking law and regulation, with suitable post-qualification fee earning (or equivalent) experience spanning transactional work and gained within a leading business law firm, in-house or at a relevant regulatory body.
  • Opportunities: Among the opportunities afforded to you will be to keep, and have responsibility for keeping, the Banking team on top of relevant legal and regulatory change; preparing and distributing reader-friendly and relevant internal and client alerts/bulletins/updates; and to play an integral part in the coding of Banking precedents into Contract Express and their roll-out and use in transaction teams.
  • And more: You will have behaviours expected of an experienced fee earner and team player; ability to make decisions and progress work and projects quickly without undue process; has confidence in own abilities and generates the confidence of others; a focused "doer".

Osborne Clarke LLP

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