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Derivatives & Structured Products Lawyer - London Law Firm

  • Location: City of London
  • Salary: Negotiable per year
  • Job Type:Permanent

Posted 8 days ago

  • Sector: Legal
  • Contact: Louise Shearing
  • Expiry Date: 23 December 2022
  • Job Ref: JN -122018-222296

This leading global law firm with top rated finance group are offering an unrivalled opportunity for outstanding lawyers to build their experience with the transactions that make the newspapers. They offer excellent training and development as well as working environment.

This will suit lawyers with a good general finance background, existing structured finance experience and exposure to derivatives. The departments work includes, securitised and OTC derivatives, hedging arrangements as part of structured finance transactions, structured repo and securities lending arrangements and repackagings. A strong academic background and a passion to join this leading practice is a must, ideally with 1-4 PQE (or equivalent experience). Qualified lawyers from a rated UK, Australian, New Zealand, Irish or Scottish practice.

The Hydrogen brand is recognised for the consistently high quality of service we provide, a service strengthened by our commitment to building long-term relationships with our candidates and clients.

Hydrogen's Legal Practice has multiple specialist teams covering private practice, in-house financial services and in-house industry and commerce, temporary and international opportunities. As one of the most established legal consultancies on the market we have relationships with hundreds of organisations, from the largest multinational corporates to various mid-sized and boutique institutions.

If you are considering a move and would like a confidential discussion about the market, please express your interest via this page or contact Louise Shearing (Louiseshearing@hydrogengroup.com) Please rest assured that all responses will be treated with the utmost discretion and no personal details will be released to any third party without your consent.

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