Regulatory investigations, international firm, 2-4PQE - London
This is a rare opportunity for an ambitious mid-level regulatory/investigations lawyer with a mix of contentious and non-contentious experience to join the regulatory/advisory practice within an established international firm with a strong insurance-focused client base.
Our client is a fast-growing and very highly regarded international law firm. They're well-known and highly ranked for all forms of dispute resolution, and particularly for assisting clients operating in complex regulated industries with reaching their business objectives.
Their regulatory/advisory team is an established leader in providing sanctions, financial crime and compliance advice to the insurance sector. They are now looking for an Associate to assist in supporting growing client demand. The work diet is varied and includes contentious and non-contentious work, assisting clients within a number of sectors, including commodities, trade, and insurance.
In this role you'll assist clients navigate the entire regulatory life cycle, assisting clients with implementation; providing day-to-day advice as required, assisting with interactions with the regulator, including reporting and deal negotiation as necessary; and enforcement (eg. s166).
You'll advise on complex internal corporate investigations and defending regulatory investigations and enforcement actions. You'll also advise on compliance issues relating to sanctions, bribery and corruption, money laundering and fraud, regulatory change, international risk and corporate governance related matters.
In order to be considered for this role, you will have:
- Strong academics and training/post-qualification experience gained from a rated international or City firm;
- 2-4 years' high quality post-qualification experience, ideally with a mix of contentious and non-contentious regulatory and investigations matters, acting for corporate clients rather than individuals;
- Be bright, keen, analytical,
- Experience of insurance regulatory work, investigations, and sanctions would be highly regarded, and although knowledge of white collar crime, bribery and corruption matters would be useful this is not a specialist criminal role.
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