Private Practice

Banking Solicitor

Banking Solicitor

  • About the team: Our Cardiff team advises on major aspects of domestic and international banking and acts for a wide variety of lenders including clearing banks, investment and merchant banks, mezzanine and non-institutional funders.
  • About the role: The team operates across a wide range of disciplines including corporate and transactional banking, management buy-outs and buy-ins, trade finance, asset finance, insolvency, and restructuring.
  • Looking for: You should be committed to both a career in banking and finance and also to developing a network and career in the Cardiff area/
  • Opportunities: We offer plenty of client exposure and the opportunity to develop a strong network of client relationships.
  • And more: The position is Cardiff based, with occasional travel to our London, Reading and Southampton offices.

Blake Morgan LLP

Blake Morgan is one of the leading law firms, based in South England and Wales. All our solicitors are highly trained and provide an exemplary service.

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