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Banking Solicitor - Norwich

Employer
eNL
Location
Norwich, UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
22 Jan 2021

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Sector
Accountancy
Contract Type
Permanent
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Job Details

Banking Solicitor is required to join a national practice in Norwich and work within the renowned banking department.

Progressive and forward thinking practice has identified the need for an additional Banking Solicitor to join their growing team. The team is currently experiencing significant growth and as a result they are keen to recruit an additional Banking Solicitor into their team in Norwich.

Applications are welcomed from Newly Qualified Solicitors and also experienced Solicitors who have experience of dealing with all types of banking matters.

Supporting the team members, the successful Banking Solicitor will be gaining exposure to all types of banking related matters including advising banks, lenders and fund managers on all types of finance related issues, corporate lending and borrowing, real estate finance, mergers and acquisitions work as well as being involved in business development and marketing.

The ideal Banking Solicitor will have gained relevant experience within a reputable practice recognised for their banking and real estate finance offerings. With strong technical skills you will be looking for a position where you can enhance and further grow your skills and experience within a thriving practice. Suitable Banking Solicitors will have experience in dealing with real estate finance matters.

Superb platform for a Banking Solicitor to really launch their professional profile within a Chambers rated practice. The appointed Banking Solicitor will join a highly regarded and established practice who are looking to boost their banking offerings with the appointment of a highly skilled Banking Solicitor.
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