Banking and Finance Lawyer - Riyadh (KSA)

Riyadh (SA)
£100,00- £120,000 plus package
18 Oct 2016
15 Nov 2016
Job Title
Practice Area
Banking, Islamic Finance
PQE Level
5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Full Time

Are you an expert in Banking & Finance and ready to step up into more senior role? A highly skilled Banking & Finance lawyer is required for a unique opportunity to join an existing team with an award winning KSA law office. 

Following the recent departure of one of the firms senior lawyers and the restructure of the wider team, an opening has presented itself for an experienced lawyer to join the firm at a senior level and become an integral member of the team. 

The team in question are widely recognised for their expertise in a broad range of Banking & Finance matters including both Conventional and Islamic finance, investment funds, derivatives and hedge funds, litigation and enforcement, transportation finance and trade and export financing. The firms clients include top tier financial institutions, local and international banks, corporate borrowers and various syndicates of lenders. 

The role is only open to those lawyers at the senior level with more than 7+ years experience to date. Prior experience working and practicing in Saudi Arabia is also essential however this does not need to be your most recent appointment. Whilst Arabic language skills will naturally be considered an advantage, they are not a perquisite for applying to this role. 

If successful, you will be rewarded with an extremely attractive salary and package and the opportunity to make a name for yourself in the Middle East Banking & Finance legal community. 


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