Senior Business Development Executive (Corporate)

London (Central), London (Greater)
Up to £65,000
06 Jun 2024
04 Jul 2024
Contract Type
Full Time

Senior Business Development Executive role in a top international law firm, focusing on the development of their Corporate group. London/Hybrid. Salary up to £65,000.




This Senior Business Development Executive role is in a top international law firm aligned to the Corporate group. The role will join a really well established team, with great senior leaders to learn from. The role will primarily support the M&A lawyers, who currently have a lot of focus within FinTech and FS. As well as providing some support to one of the Senior BD Managers for the FS regulatory group. There are lots of projects to take ownership of and this role would create a great pathway to Manager for a proactive Senior Executive.


On a day to day basis, the role will be a mix of well-rounded BD duties including:

  • Bid and pitch support Supporting with events Developing campaigns around ESG, emerging tech and with a sector focus. Developing credential and marketing collateral Managing directory and award submissions Supporting with client development initiatives Creating business plans with Partners and acting as an adviser to the business


The role would suit an established BD and Marketing executive who is looking for a step up, from legal or wider professional services. A knowledge of the Corporate Practice, such as M&A and private equity, would be helpful but isn’t essential.   Candidates need to be adaptable and confident working with Senior Partners.

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