Project Finance Lawyer - elite US law firm (Singapore)

£87000 - £110000 per annum + relocation package
06 Oct 2016
03 Nov 2016
Manisha Vegad
Job Title
Practice Area
Project Finance
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7
Contract Type
Full Time

Project Finance Lawyer - elite US law firm (Singapore)

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an associate between 2-5 PQE to join this elite US law firm's rapidly expanding Project Finance team in Singapore. This opportunity is open to associates that are based in the UK that are considering relocating to Singapore as well as those that are already based in Singapore.

You will be involved in structuring and documenting a broad variety of project finance transactions in a range of sectors including electric power, alternative energy, infrastructure, pipelines, telecommunications, mining and manufacturing. You will also have the opportunity to broaden your experience by also getting involved in projects and corporate matters.

In return you will be offered:
*a competitive salary (ranging from £87,000 - £110,000);
*one month paid accommodation;
*a flight from UK to Singapore (as well as a relocation allowance); and
*medical and dental insurance coverage.

Ideally, you will be a project finance lawyer between 2-5 PQE working within a top 20 or US law firm.

Cogence Search is one of the leading London legal recruitment firms. Our legal recruitment consultants support associate solicitor and partner lateral moves and work with national, U.S. and Global Law Firms. We are working as a legal recruitment agency in relation to this vacancy. For more law jobs please visit our website or contact one of our legal recruitment consultants.

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