Funds Lawyer

  • Location
    City of London, London
  • Contract Type
    Fixed term contract
  • Posted
  • Start Date
    ASAP
  • Industry
    Law firm
  • Salary
    £160000 - £180000 per annum
  • Expiry Date
    2024-07-12

Funds Lawyer – 6 month FTC

London (City)

An exceptional opportunity has arisen at our client, a leading international City law firm for a Funds Lawyer on a 6 month FTC basis starting ASAP. The role has arisen to cover a fee-earner’s parental leave.

Joining the firms’ top-tier funds practice, you will handle credit funds acting for a highly impressive portfolio of asset management, investment management, and financial services clients.

The successful Funds Lawyer will ideally have upwards of 4+ PQE with a solid funds background gained at a top-tier funds practice. Experience of the London market is essential.

The role is on a hybrid basis, four days a week in the office, and one day working remotely.

To apply for this excellent Funds Lawyer vacancy, please send your CV ASAP or contact Sandra Pavlou in confidence.


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