In-House Regulatory / Funds Lawyer

6 days left

London (Greater)
Competitive Market Rate
01 Apr 2024
29 Apr 2024
Job Title
In House Counsel
Practice Area
Funds, Private Equity, Regulatory
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, NQ
Contract Type
Full Time

In-House Regulatory / Funds Lawyer | Leading Hedge Fund | London | Competitive Market Rate Salary 

A rare opening within a highly sought-after, prestigious hedge fund for a new Regulatory / Funds Lawyer to join their ranks; seeking a mid level lawyer, this In-House Counsel role, offers the successful candidate the chance to further their legal career in the Funds, Private Equity, and Regulatory sector, 

The Role: 

As the new In House Counsel, you will be: 

  • Working on all aspects of in house legal work
  • Providing general legal support for the asset management business across UK, Europe, Asia and Middle East
  • Ensuring governance and regulatory compliance across UK, Europe, Asia and Middle East
  • Advising on in scope asset management related regulations, including. GDPR, EMIR, AIFMD and MiFID 
  • Reviewing/negotiating/drafting a range of agreements including commercial contracts, trading and financing agreements, NDAs, DPAs and research agreements
  • Instructing and working with external counsel as required

About You: 

To thrive in this Regulatory / Funds Lawyer role, you will require: 

  • NQ-7 years PQE status

The Offer: 

  • Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits

Apply Now: 

Take your career forward, reach out and apply for this In-House Regulatory / Funds Lawyer position via the portal below; we look forward to welcoming you onto the team. 


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