Private Practice
  • An opportunity has arisen for a Paralegal to join the financial services regulatory team in London
  • Our market-leading team is able to cover all of the world's principal financial institutions
  • Calum Burnett is head of the Banking, Finance & Regulatory group practice
  • Recent work includes advising Banco Sabadell on its £1.7bn public takeover of TSB Bank
  • Your responsibilities will include know-how profiling, managing the bible room and drafting
  • Candidates should have excellent communication skills, professionalism and high levels of initiative
  • A salary in the vicinity of £30,000 is on offer for this role

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