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FS Reg Lawyer NQ-4 *US FIRM*

Eximius Law
£120,000 - £190,000
Closing date
3 Jul 2024

Job Details

A top US firm is seeking a financial services regulatory lawyer with 0-4 years of experience, to join their London office. The firm is offering a top of the market salary and impressive career progression prospects.

This position would suit a financial services regulatory lawyer working at a well-regarded firm who is eager to take on more responsibility in a close-knit team. You will have broad-ranging non-contentious financial services regulatory experience, including the marketing of financial products and/or AIFMD matters.  

Strong communication skills and an exceptional academic background are essential.

For more information, please contact Erik Rendahl on or 02076486955


Eximius Law is a specialist Legal Search & Consultancy firm.
Eximius Law has a group of experienced professionals who are dedicated to placing high calibre talent across private practice and in-house sectors. Delivering tailored solutions across a full range of legal practice areas, an extensive client base with a unique consultative approach across the legal market.
For a full understanding of Eximius Law’s Search & Consultancy services  please contact Miriam Warburton on +44 (0)207 648 6954 or email


Company info
0207 648 6990
50 Mark Lane
United Kingdom

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