Private Practice
  • We are currently seeking to recruit an Associate to join our Corporate team in Nottingham.
  • The successful candidate will manage a complex caseload relating to matters within the corporate team and will have thorough knowledge and experience in areas including mergers and acquisitions, funding, including banking and equity finance and corporate restructurings.
  • We are looking for candidates with a strong client focus and proven organisational skills who will take a pragmatic approach to their cases.
  • To succeed in this role, you need to be able to use own initiative and work with supervision, as required.
  • In return, candidates will have the opportunity to join a top-ranking regional practice with numerous benefits

Geldards LLP

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