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Senior Associate / Managing Associate - Banking

Senior Associate / Managing Associate - Banking

  • About the Firm: Addleshaw Goddard LLP is a corporate law firm headquartered in London, United Kingdom. It is structured as a LLP and has almost 750 lawyers, with offices in Leeds, London, Edinburgh and Manchester. It was formed on 1 May 2003 by the merger of Addleshaw Booth & Co with Theodore Goddard.
  • About the role: We are looking for a Banking Senior Associate or Managing Associate to work in our Edinburgh office.
  • Looking For: Along with excellent communication skills, we are seeking candidates with a good grounding in the basic elements of banking and finance law, a willingness to learn and develop commercial awareness, good social skills and plenty of drive and enthusiasm to help us to provide an excellent client service.
  • . Opportunities: You will be afforded the opportunity to work on a variety of banking matters, including general corporate banking, leveraged and acquisition finance, real estate finance and structured finance, representing banks, financial institutions and corporate borrowers.
  • And more: You should be able to demonstrate you are able to work as part of a team in a fast-paced, challenging environment, where you will be required to meet tight deadlines.

Addleshaw Goddard LLP

A premium international business law firm with international reach and an exceptional breadth of services.

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