Private Practice
  • Exciting opening to join a Corporate department at the forefront of new restructuring and financing techniques
  • Our creative approach leads to our involvement in the largest and most complex M&A deals in the sector
  • You'll be advising on General Corporate and M&A work involving insurers, in addition to insurance-specific transactions
  • You'll have 2+ yrs PQE and will be a commercially minded and proactive team player
  • Scope to become involved in a broader range of sector work such as IPOs, issues of debt securities, and public M&A

Linklaters LLP

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