Private Practice
  • Exciting opportunity for an exceptional and motivated solicitor to join our new Belfast Finance team
  • You'll be be fundamental in supporting the firm's strategy to grow its global Finance practice
  • You'll advise on various financing transactions including real estate finance, acquisition finance and leveraged finance
  • You'll have 1-4 years of PQE in finance transactions, but extensive finance experience and knowledge is not required
  • You'll have the ability to quickly build strong relationships with colleagues

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The government is undertaking a review of the UK listing regime in light of Brexit. The objective of the Review is to propose reforms to the UK

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High Court dismisses unconscionable bargain and lawful act economic duress defences raised in context of lender’s claim

The High Court has granted a lender’s application for summary judgment in relation to its USD $10.5 million claim against a borrower and guarantor

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In a frustrating twist to the dangerously slow-moving narrative on cross-border financial market access post- Brexit, ESMA yesterday (25 November)

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After success in many countries around the world in substantially suppressing the coronavirus by the last edition of the General Counsel Update, the

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Marketing Authorisations in the post-Brexit world

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UK Telecoms (Security) Bill: Stronger cyber security controls for the UK telecoms sector with a sting in their tail

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In a recent decision, the Court of Appeal has overturned a deputy judge’s decision that a binding settlement agreement had been reached in

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On 31 December 2020, when the transition period provided for in the Withdrawal Agreement between the EU and the UK comes to an end, EU law will cease

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High Court finds no breach of duty by bank in exercise of enforcement rights under finance agreements

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UK equity capital markets in 2020 and h1 2021- Riding the wave

In March we wrote a piece (here) on considerations for listed companies seeking to raise capital in the face of the COVID-19 crisis. As we expected

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Judge rules trustees are required to top-up historic cash equivalent transfer values in 2nd Lloyds judgment

The judgment in the 2nd instalment of the GMP equalisation litigation involving Lloyds Banking Group's defined benefit (DB) pension schemes, has been

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