My client is a FinTech challenger bank who are looking to hire an in-house regulatory lawyer on a permanent basis as a result of ongoing growth. They have Central London based offices, however for the interim everyone will be based remotely, and then move to a hybrid model over the next few months and into 2022.
This opportunity will be supporting the deputy general counsel, drafting and negotiating agreements with a wide variety of contracts with customers, partners and suppliers. You will be assisting with regulatory change and corporate governance issues as and when required, and advising on payments related law, regulation and promote regulatory and corporate awareness
Candidates must be UK qualified and have a minimum of 5 years PQE, and come from a banking or payments background.
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