Insolvency Solicitor

6 days left

Location
London
Salary
£100k - 120k per year + Benefits Package
Posted
29 May 2024
Closes
26 Jun 2024
Ref
1528690-1-ZM-22
Contact
Zac Marshall
Job Title
Solicitor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

A regional law firm is looking for a skilled Insolvency Solicitor in southwest London to join their busy team.

With a strategy for growth and a strong leadership team, there is now an opportunity for an experienced Insolvency Solicitor/Partner or Senior Associate to lead a team. 

This would suit an Insolvency Solicitor or Partner from a city firm looking for a better work life balance, or a senior associate at a regional firm looking for a step up. 

Your role as an Insolvency Solicitor will involve: 

  • Negotiating settlements including company voluntary arrangements, administration, and receivership 
  • Working with insolvency practitioners, companies, and directors continuing to develop strong relationships 
  • Managing and supervising junior solicitors and paralegals 

The successful Insolvency Solicitor will:

  • Be 8+ years’ PQE as a UK qualified solicitor
  • Have excellent experience with insolvency and restructuring law
  • Have management experience
  • Ideally have good academics but this is not essential

Benefits of the role include: 

  • Flexible working
  • Private medical care
  • Death in service
  • Bonuses

Equity is on offer to the right Insolvency Solicitor. 

The firm will create the right package to attract the right candidate. If you are tempted but want to know what else could be on offer, get in touch. 

Please apply now or call Zac Marshall at G2 Legal for a confidential discussion today.

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