9 months ago
Our client is one of the largest law firms in the Caribbean with an established platform in the BVI and Cayman Islands, as well as further afield in Europe and Asia. They have strong relationships with the leading onshore firms in London and New York and as a result are instructed on some of the largest and most complex transactions in the Caribbean.
The firm's banking & finance practice has gone from strength to strength in recent years and has benefited from strategic investment across all offices. The team engages in the full spectrum of finance transactions, from bilateral / syndicated lending through to leverage financing / refinancing. They have a number of clients who expect to be doing new deals over the next 12+ months and so are looking for an experienced banking lawyer to help meet this increased demand.
In order to be considered for this role you will:
- Be qualified as a solicitor or barrister in England & Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, or Canada (excluding Quebec)
- Have at least 4.5 years' post-qualification experience
- Have worked at a top 30 UK or international law firm
- Have demonstrable expertise in one or more of the following areas: investment grade lending; bilateral / syndicated loans; leverage finance; acquisition finance; fund finance; asset finance
If you would like some further information on this opportunity, or would just like to have more information about moving offshore and what this could mean for your career, please contact Benedict Roberts on 0207 332 2141 or email@example.com.
Taylor Root is one of the world's largest specialist legal recruiters and has maintained a dedicated offshore practice for more than 15 years. As a result of our long-standing relationships with our clients, we are ideally positioned to assist in your move offshore.
Please note our advertisements use PQE/salary levels purely as a guide. However we are happy to consider applications from all candidates who are able to demonstrate the skills necessary to fulfil the role.