Corporate Solicitor

Location
Kent
Salary
On application
Posted
23 Feb 2021
Closes
23 Mar 2021
Ref
215283322
Job Title
Solicitor
Practice Area
Corporate
PQE Level
5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

An opportunity for a Corporate Solicitor experienced in advising on and leading corporate transactional work, particularly M&A. Serving a broad range of highly valued clients across the full range of size, complexity and value You will
• Advise on mergers, acquisitions, disposal, reorganisations, buy-ins, buy-outs and joint ventures.
• Engage in the drafting, negotiating and reviewing of a wide variety of key corporate transactional documents, but in particular share and trade and asset purchase agreements and disclosure letters.
• Play a key role in building and maintaining client relationships.

You will be a Corporate Solicitor with a minimum of 3 years substantive M&A experience who has solid knowledge of M&A. You will possess the skills to take on a high degree of responsibility and manage a challenging work load within a fast paced environment. Displaying a sound technical background, you will have a pragmatic approach, good commercial understanding and excellent interpersonal skills and a desire to provide excellent client service and an ability to build strong working relationships with both colleagues and clients.

Strong regional salary, good work-life balance with flexibility. Currently being adopted is a mixture of office and home working. The team members work on a variety of flexible working patterns and they will do their best to accommodate your requirements.

 

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