Private Practice

Banking Lawyer

  • Introduction: Simmons Adaptive are looking for an experienced Interim Banking Lawyer to cover a Senior Legal Counsel position for an initial 6-month period.
  • About the role: This position will suit a Banking Lawyer who is able to provide legal advice and support to teams that cover current accounts (including overdrafts and debit cards), savings accounts and foreign exchange.
  • Looking for: You should be a highly experienced Banking Lawyer, with a focus on retail banking and digital.
  • Opportunities: As an Adaptive consultant, you will be fully supported by the Simmons & Simmons team with a sponsoring Partner and a client team with whom we would encourage you to engage on a regular basis.
  • And more: This assignment is expected to be completed on an entirely remote basis.

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