Investment Funds Lawyer, NQ+ PQE, Global Firm, Dublin

Dublin, Ireland
€Excellent + Bonus + Benefits
18 Oct 2016
15 Nov 2016
Job Title
Practice Area
Asset Finance, Banking, Funds
PQE Level
2-4, NQ
Contract Type
Full Time

Excellent new role for a junior investment funds lawyer to join a leading global law firm, based in their offices in Dublin.  

The firm are interested in speaking with candidates from NQ level (must have completed at least a seat in Investment Funds or Asset Management) up to circa 2 years PQE. 

Work on offer will include advising clients on a wide variety of regulatory funds issues, with a particular focus on the establishment, operation and regulation of all types of UCITS and non-UCITS collective investment schemes.

Additionally, the team also advise fund service providers including administrators and custodians as well as promoters and investment managers.

Ideally, candidates will have experience in investment funds, asset management or financial regulations. The firm are interested in speaking with lawyers in the Irish market as well as lawyers currently working in London looking to return/ relocate to Dublin.

On offer is a highly competitive salary and benefits package and the chance to work with a highly respected international law firm which an exceptional reputation for their expertise in the investment funds market.

To discuss this role in confidence or to apply, please contact David Thomson, Director at Thomson Legal by completing the Apply Now details in the box below. Alternatively, please click on the Thomson Legal logo to access our recruiter profile where you can contact us directly via telephone, email or social media. 

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