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Real Estate Finance Lawyer | Leading Practice | 2-4PQE

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

Posted 21 days ago

Seeking mid-senior associates to join this Banking group which is recognised as a leading international practice and acts for a broad range of lenders, including domestic and international banks, debt funds, insurers and advise a number of major property and hotel groups.

This highly respected international law firm offers a full range of specialist legal services. The associate would be working in a well established team in which they would benefit from partner contact as well as direct client contact. The firm offers excellent prospects for progression and word-class support.

Requirements

· 2+PQE and will have general banking, real estate finance experience gained within private practice.

· You will have strong academics with a minimum 2.1 (or equivalent) from a top university.

· The firm are open to candidates from multiple jurisdictions and will consider applicants from Australia, Ireland, Scotland and New Zealand. The firm will also consider candidates from regional firms who can demonstrate the necessary commitment and desire to move to London.

To learn more about this unique opportunity please contact; louiseshearing@hydrogengroup.com to arrange a confidential discussion.

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.

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 expressed consent.

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