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Business Acceptance Lawyer / Adviser

Business Acceptance Lawyer / Adviser

  • About the Firm: Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP is a global law firm with a long-standing track record of successfully supporting the world's leading national and multinational corporations, financial institutions and governments on ground-breaking and business-critical mandates.
  • About the role: Our service includes the management of large property portfolios for occupiers and investors, advising on LTA 1954 renewals, easements, covenants, service charges and land registration.
  • Looking For: We are looking to secure your expertise, knowledge and experience in dealing with ethical rules and guidelines (particularly the conflict, anti-money laundering regulations) and related compliance issues applicable to international law firms; complemented by your previous stakeholder engagement and consensus building experience; respects that individuals like to be dealt with in different ways and adapts own approach accordingly.
  • Opportunities: The opportunities afforded to you will include, but not be limited to, being responsible for line managing the Manchester Centre Business Acceptance team including conducting their appraisals, objective setting, performance management and quality control; ensuring the Manchester Centre Business Acceptance team acts as a cohesive team and works collaboratively with all other parts of the Legal Department to deliver seamless and high-quality service to the firm; and monitoring work flow and allocation for the Manchester Centre Business Acceptance team to ensure a timely delivery of service is being provided to the partnership.
  • And more: You will be able to work to tight deadlines and shows resilience under pressure – used to working to a very high standard of accuracy and efficiency; and must be willing to work out of hours (including weekends) as needed to serve the requirements of the global firm.

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