Private Practice
  • About the Firm: Bird & Bird LLP is an international law firm which supports organisations being changed by technology or the digital world.
  • About the role: An outstanding opportunity has arisen for a bright, entrepreneurial and ambitious mid/Senior-level associate to join our internationally recognised and growing FinTech team. Whilst the role is based within our Commercial department (one of the largest departments in the London office), the successful individual will also be working closely with our financial services regulatory team.
  • Looking For: We are looking to secure your expertise and experience with your strong knowledge of the key areas of the law by providing clear, precise, practical advice; and the ability to use initiative and a confidence built upon solid success and achievements.
  • Opportunities: You will be afforded the opportunity to work with an exciting list of internationally recognised financial services companies and technology companies operating in the financial services sector and "FinTechs" (high growth start-up or scale-up companies providing a range of services disrupting financial services).
  • And more: You will also need to have an excellent understanding of the payments services sector and regulation underpinning it in order to advise clients on payments services agreements.

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