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Junior Banking Lawyer

Executive Network Legal Limited
Closing date
24 Dec 2021

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Contract Type
Full Time
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Junior Banking Lawyer

West Midlands | £52,500 to £60,000

A highly regarded and respected national firm is looking to add a Junior Banking Lawyer to their team. This fiercely sought-after position will see the Junior Banking Lawyer added to the industry-leading team on a permanent, full-time basis.

The Role

The Junior Banking Solicitor will have a variety of responsibilities that include:
  • Managing various legal matters, such as corporate, acquisition finance, and real estate finance transactions.
  • Work for an array of clients, including high street banks and other regional funders.
  • Offering in-depth knowledge and guidance across a spectrum of areas in banking.

The Candidate Requirements

To be considered for this role, you must have the following experience and attributes:
  • The ideal candidate will either be Newly Qualified or have up to 3 years' PQE.
  • A proven record of relevant experience and capability.
  • Experience with real estate finance, acquisition finance, and corporate work is ideal.
  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to translate good commercial acumen to others.
  • Outstanding negotiation skills.
  • Comfortable thinking on your feet and deploying knowledge in changing situations.

The Salary and Benefits Package

This well-respected firm is offering a salary in the range of £52,500 - £60,000 per annum, depending on the successful candidate's experience level. In addition to this, the Junior Banking Lawyer will get the chance to become part of a highly proficient Banking Team, representing a major step towards a successful career.

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