Private Practice

Financial Services Senior Associate

Financial Services Senior Associate

  • We are looking for a Senior Associate to join our highly regarded Financial Institutions Group, focusing on the area of Payments law.
  • You will have access to a broad range of high quality work from the outset and will be encouraged and supported to take responsibility for developing client relationships.
  • The role offers a fantastic opportunity to join an experienced and well respected team that are market-leaders in their areas of expertise.
  • You will have knowledge and experience across Payments matters which will have been gained at a firm with a well-respected practice.
  • Due to the nature of the work and the structure of the team, we are looking to a Senior Associate lawyer, although we will consider candidates with more or less experience.

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