In House Counsel / Lawyer

Recruiter
Victoria Burns
Location
London (Central), London (Greater)
Salary
Competitive salary and lucrative bonuses!
Posted
14 Mar 2017
Closes
11 Apr 2017
Ref
VAB-14765
Job Title
Lawyer
PQE Level
2-4, NQ
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Lawyer / In House Counsel, 1-4 PQE

A reputable asset manager with a strong presence in a large number of countries is seeking a 1-4 year PQE In House Counsel / Lawyer with experience in derivatives law and funds.

The Role:

This In House Counsel / Lawyer role will be reporting into the Head of Legal and the responsibilities will include:

  • Providing legal advice on a their portfolio of funds UCITS, UNIT trusts, AIFMs, Third Party Mandates and Pension funds
  • Reviewing, manging and updating prospectus and other fund documentation
  • Drafting, reviewing and negotiating trading documentation: ISDA/GMSLA/IFEMA

The Candidate:

  • The ideal candidate will be a 1-4 years' PQE* from private practice or worked In House in another financial institution
  • Funds experience is essential
  • Some familiarity with regulations affecting derivatives transactions (e.g. EMIR, MiFID etc ) will be desirable but not essential

The Company:

As In House Counsel/ Lawyer this FTSE 100 Company will provide the successful candidate with a great work life balance. The office is  centrally located and can have offer a competitive bonus.

*Candidates outside of this bracket will be considered if they are able to demonstrate the prerequisite experience required.

Please click the apply button to be considered today.

If you are interested in being considered for this In House Counsel / Lawyer position please contact Victoria Burns quoting the above reference number. 

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