Private Practice
  • About the Firm: Birketts is a full service, top 100 UK law firm, operating in Cambridge, Chelmsford, Ipswich, Norwich and the surrounding areas.
  • About the role: Our Cambridge office is seeking to recruit a Corporate Banking Associate.
  • Looking For: We are looking to secure your expertise and experience gained within a highly regarded city, regional or national firm with a well-developed knowledge in banking and finance. Together with your essential strong technical drafting and negotiation skills; and your ability to deliver a strong client-focused service, giving clear, timely practical legal advice.
  • Opportunities: Your many opportunities will not be limited to, working on acquisition finance, including debt and equity funding of acquisitions, takeovers (both private and public); Mergers, MBOs, MBIs and BIMBOs; Property finance, including advising on funding acquisitions of land, investment property and development/construction; Funding and Syndicated loans.
  • And more: The department was Winner of 'Corporate Law Firm of the Year' - Insider's Central & East Dealmakers Awards 2018 and shortlisted for 'Finance Firm (Regional) of the Year' - The Legal 500 UK 2018 Awards.

Birketts LLP

A top 100 UK law firm based across four offices in East Anglia, providing expert legal advice to businesses and individuals.

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