Junior Partner, (no following needed), Corporate Finance (Key Focus ECM Capital Markets), London
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NEW 2022/3: will take a senior associate .. UK mid tier ECM JUNIOR Corporate Partner for London needed: no following needed. With obvious glowing reviews and a totally different view on the future of law, this firm is looking for the next partner in line to assist the current HoD and take on his work and thus to come in at the 'coal face' of the new order of business. You may be a corporate partner OR a LIKELY a top associate; either way it is important to note and this is a different role, whereupon following is not the final chapter for the potential candidate moving; it IS NOT needed. It is secondary to coming from a UK firm and looking at the World differently and, depending on your future outlook, embracing this firm's robust finance client list. You will work on all London (in the main) and some Global deals with a varying degree of clients up-and-down the stages of the M&A and ECM structure. You may be a partner already, or even a somewhat 'next generation' associate that is looking to leverage some great finance experience for partnership.
Based in the City of London, Dan qualified as a solicitor in 2003 and is the owner of one of the longest serving legal recruitment agencies in London and the South East of England, Ellis-Wake. He regularly advises his clients on the complexity of the legal market, on their strategic future and is a known 'connector' and 'influencer' in the recruitment market. Dan's experience stretches back to 2004 and he's seen many significant changes in Global and local legal and recruitment markets and has recruited successfully in all of them.
If this role is of interest please contact Dan Wake (Director) in confidence at email@example.com or on (+44) 7894 085 790.
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