Mid-Senior Banking and Finance Lawyer - Saudi Arabia -
This international law firms banking and finance team is the leading player in Saudi Arabia and has been involved in more multi-billion dollar conventional and Islamic financing transactions than any other in Saudi Arabia. Then KSA is a G20 economy and is going through a tremendous amount of change as the kingdom diversifies away from oil production and seeks to implement Vision 2030 and the National Transformation Programme. Its a great time to be a lawyer in Saudi Arabia!
As a 5 year PQE ++ banking lawyer you will advise on the full range of banking and project finance transactions including limited recourse project finance, Islamic finance, secured and unsecured bilateral and syndicated loans, leveraged and acquisition finance, rescheduling and restructuring, loan transfers, derivatives and other financial products. You will work on leading deals for top tier clients. The range, caliber and international scope of the deal flow is unique.
In addition to great work the internal training programme offered is unmatched in the region and includes local monthly courses with the opportunity to attend training programmes across a network of global offices. This is a supportive, informal and collegiate team and you will feel part of a well organised and structured team which forms a supportive environment in which you can learn and flourish from the start. The remuneration package offered is one of the most attractive in the market and earnings are currently tax-free. Fantastic opportunity for an ambition, curious and commercial lawyer.
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