In House Senior Banking Lawyer

England, London
10 Feb 2021
10 Mar 2021
Marian Lloyd-Jones
Job Title
In House Counsel
Practice Area
PQE Level
10+, 8-10
Contract Type
Full Time


An expanding and highly successful company in the insurance sector.


A new position for a senior banking lawyer with experience of both public and private regulated debt issuances and term loan facilities, to work within a small legal team, and alongside the Treasury and Finance functions.

The ideal candidate will be familiar with LBO documentation and while the position will involve predominantly banking & treasury support work, it will also involve general corporate and commercial matters within an insurance context.

You will be assisting on the legal aspects of Group debt documentation and managing queries and compliance on an ongoing basis.


A UK qualified solicitor, you will have a combination of Magic Circle or equivalent training and in-house experience within an international financial services context. While insurance industry experience would be of interest, it is not essential.

With the flexibility to deal with a wide range of legal matters, you will be a self-starter who can work independently with low levels of supervision.

You will have a solid proactive problem identification and solving attitude and be a collegial team player who is able to work confidently with senior stakeholders.

You will be looking for a challenging, interesting and hands on role and a chance to become part of this company's growth story.

Lipson Lloyd Jones Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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