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Financial Disputes & Investigations Associate (NQ-1 PQE)

Financial Disputes & Investigations Associate (NQ-1 PQE)

  • About the team: The team's work is predominantly for clients in the financial services sector, advising financial institutions banks on claims by counterparties, corporate and retail customers and on regulatory issues.
  • About the role: The successful candidate will be engaged to work on a significant existing book of litigation and investigations work for a range of clients.
  • Looking for: Litigation or financial regulation experience is essential.
  • Opportunities: The work provides opportunities for early responsibility, varied work and excellent exposure to clients in a collegiate and supportive environment.
  • And more: We are a truly global law firm and as such, always welcome hearing from those with foreign language capabilities.

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