Commodities Trading Lawyer, Overseas

Fry and Brown
Switzerland, Dubai or Singapore
Excellent package
25 May 2024
22 Jun 2024
Job Title
In House Counsel
Practice Area
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Full Time

If you’re thinking of making a career move and are open to a change of location, this in-house legal counsel position within an innovative, data-driven hedge fund would be worth you considering.

This position will require the in-house legal counsel to work closely with the global commodities trading team. You will receive exposure to senior management and investors as you provide legal advice in relation to all physical commodities, with particular focus on the metals sector. You will be responsible for contracts in relation to commodities warehousing, logistics, insurance and other commercial matters in the commodities space.  You will be negotiating terms and conditions, working on specific transactions, swaps and repurchase agreements, trade finance documentation and dealing with ad hoc queries from around the global offices.

We are looking for a qualified, mid to senior level lawyer with strong legal physical commodities expertise. Ideally you will have some knowledge in metals, but experience in gas and power, shipping, agri / soft commodities would also be of interest. This is a unique opportunity to work in a fast paced, multi-disciplinary office and you will enjoy a truly international and collaborative working environment. This opportunity can be based in any of the offices in the following locations – Switzerland, Singapore or Dubai.

REF: 10550

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