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Banking Lawyer

Thomson LRC
Closing date
17 Jul 2022

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Contract Type
Full Time
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An opportunity has arisen for a Lawyer to join the highly successful banking and finance team of a dynamic UK law firm. Working as part of an integrated UK-wide team, the Banking Lawyer will take on a full-time, permanent role at the firm's modern Edinburgh offices.

Role Profile

The Banking team provides a full service of banking and finance legal services, working with borrowers, lenders and sponsors on a variety of debt transactions ranging from £1M to £1B. Transactions are often complex and cross-border in nature.

The Banking team also acts for banks, building societies, debt and pension funds and other financial institutions, alongside numerous PLCs and large global corporate clients.

As a Banking Lawyer in this team, you will work collaboratively and in partnership with your clients to ensure delivery of the right solutions. Our key areas of expertise are:
  • Real Estate Finance
  • Project Finance
  • Asset finance
  • Asset backed lending
  • B2B, Peer to Peer and private banking
  • Derivatives and Leveraged and finance
  • Regulatory advice
  • Restructuring and insolvency
  • Corporate debt
  • Security structures

Candidate Requirements

The firm is looking to hire a Banking Lawyer who demonstrates:
  • 1+ year of PQE and a background in banking & finance law.
  • Strong, recent and relevant work experience focused on banking and financial transactions, which is likely to include good working knowledge of LMA standard form documentation.
  • Team player, able to manage a complex and varied workload effectively.

On Offer
  • The firm offers a highly competitive salary and benefits package.
  • Additionally, the firm offers genuine long-term career prospects.
  • The firm are happy to discuss flexible-working arrangements.

To Apply

If you would like to discuss this Banking Lawyer role in greater detail, please apply today.
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