Banking and Finance Lawyer, Leading investment bank

London (Central), London (Greater)
Dependent on experience
10 May 2022
07 Jun 2022
Job Title
In House Counsel
Contract Type
Full Time


Our client, an international bank in London, is looking for a NQ-4 PQE+ Banking and Finance Lawyer as a result of significant growth in the business.

You will be working closely with the senior management team in a highly varied role covering a variety of matters such as banking, corporate, commercial, treasury etc. Prior experience in all of these areas will not be required.

Key Responsibilities

You will sit within a well-established Legal team, supporting the business on a variety of legal matters.   

The day to day responsibilities will include:

  • Providing transaction support to the business on a variety of finance deals from initiation to completion;
  • Drafting, reviewing and negotiating transactional legal documentation including loan agreements, guarantees, letters of credit etc.;
  • Remaining up to date with existing and upcoming regulations which affects the bank’s transactions;
  • Assisting with general legal queries from the business when they arise;
  • Liaising with external counsel when required.

Key Requirements

  • This role will be ideal for an NQ-4PQE+ Banking and Finance Lawyer who is looking for a role providing autonomy and a broad diet of work
  • If from private practice, in-house secondment experience will be desirable not essential

*Please note that PQE is used only as a guide and applications from those outside of the range will be considered.

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