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Corporate Trusts Solicitor

  • Birmingham
  •  £48,000.00 - 56,000.00
  • Permanent role
  • Private Practice

Are you a newly qualified or junior solicitor looking for a new challenge within finance and banking law? Would you be interested in joining an international firm in Birmingham and work in a highly regarded and market leading team? If so please get in touch.

Banking Solicitor

  • Manchester
  •  £48,000.00 - 60,000.00
  • Permanent role
  • Private Practice

This is a rare opportunity for a banking lawyer to join a top tier firm at Associate level. You will be exposed to some of the largest and most high profile banking transactions in the region, many with an international element.

Transactional Team Leader

  • Manchester
  •  £75,000.00 - 85,000.00
  • Permanent role
  • Private Practice

Transactional Team Leader. This is an incredible role for a senior candidate looking for a step up to manage a team working on global transactions. This is a global firm and can offer an exceptional opportunity for a candidate to shape the development and growth of a new team from Manchester.

Share Schemes Lawyer

  • Manchester
  •  £40,000.00 - 50,000.00
  • Permanent role
  • In House

Share Schemes. This is a rare opportunity to join a global Share Schemes team in-house offering a difference in terms of culture and a unique platform to enhance your career. The national team is investing hugely in the North and with further planned growth this is a very exciting time to join. Candidates with Corporate/Tax/Employment experience will also be considered.

Banking Solicitor

  • Cambridgeshire
  •  £35,000.00 - 40,000.00
  • Permanent role
  • Private Practice

BCL Legal is assisting this leading international firm in its search for an NQ banking solicitor to join its busy banking, funding and investments team to undertake a varied role in Cambridge