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FS REG / FINTECH LAWYER *LEADING TMT CITY FIRM* (3-6PQE)

Employer
Noble Legal Limited
Location
England, London, City of London
Closing date
18 Jun 2024
Reference
ME25461

Job Details


Our client has a leading reputation within TMT sectors, it therefore comes as no great surprise that the firm's Regulatory lawyers enjoy a focus towards advising on financial services regulation with reference to fintech (particularly in the investment services, asset management, consumer finance and insuretech broking space) and payments.

This growing team is looking for an ambitious like-minded lawyer who is passionate about fintech and who is keen to work as part of a forward-thinking and market leading team for this area. In return they can expect to enjoy an autonomous role, with high levels of client contact and good progression prospects.

The firm provides an excellent platform for an FS Reg lawyer to specialise in this area and also offers a competitive salary and bonus package, as well as a friendly and supportive culture, hybrid working and a good work / life balance.

The successful candidate is likely to be around 3-5PQE having worked for a recognised UK or international firm, with strong FS reg experience.

For a confidential chat, please don't hesitate to call (0)20 3667 7634 and ask for one of our dedicated consultants.

The clients we represent and Noble Legal are open and inclusive employers, who seek to understand, encourage and celebrate diversity, making them a place where a sense of belonging is fostered.

Company

With more than 50 years combined recruitment experience, Noble Legal are experts in placing private practice and in-house lawyers in London, Hong Kong, Singapore, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Paris and Brussels. We work on behalf of top tier firms and blue chip co’s.

Company info
Website
Telephone
020 7691 2888
Location
First Floor
330 High Holborn
London
WC1V 7QT
GB

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