BCL Legal Recruitment
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Banking NQ Solicitor

Location:
Leeds and West Yorkshire
Salary:
£36,000.00 - 40,000.00
Sector:
Private Practice
Archived
Contract Type:
Permanent role
Reference Number:
JLAW/63806

Description

Banking NQ Solicitor

A strong regional law firm in Leeds is looking to recruit a Banking NQ Solicitor to join the team.

The Firm
- A mid-tier law firm that can compete on quality of work with the national and international firms
- It continues to attract an increasing number of national PLC and household name clients and top tier lawyers looking for a better work life balance
- Clients span a number of sectors including retail, manufacturing, sport, healthcare and many more
- It has enjoyed 30% financial growth over the last year

The Role
- Seeking a Banking NQ Solicitor to join the dynamic banking team
- You will be acting for lenders and borrowers handling a broad range of transactional banking matters
- You will be part of a commercially-focussed service to mainstream and secondary lenders
- The banking team has a a particular expertise in asset-based funding

The Candidate
- Qualified Solicitor in England & Wales
- Banking Solicitor, NQ level
- Training seat in banking and finance or a corporate or other commercial seat and looking to retrain into banking
- Solid academics and a strong training record

The Benefits
- Competitive NQ salary
- Excellent benefits package
- Excellent ongoing training programmes, a friendly working culture with a low turnover of staff and a decent work life balance.

If you're interested in this role, please apply now or forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us.

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