Banking & Finance Litigation | Senior Associate

£80000 - £90000 per annum
14 Oct 2016
13 Nov 2016
Amar Morjaria
Experience / PQE
PQE 10+, PQE 6 - 10 years
Contract Type

Banking & Finance Litigation | Senior Associate

An excellent opportunity has arisen for a Banking & Finance Litigation Lawyer to join a leading international Law firm. They are seeking an Associate with 5yrs+ PQE (UK qualified) with a banking & finance background to join their team in Watford.

Our client's UK Banking Legal practice has been consistently ranked in the top tier by all of the major legal directories. They are seeking individuals with specific expertise in providing regulatory advice and conducting investigations.

This friendly and collegiate team is headed up by highly experienced and approachable partners who are strongly committed to ensuring that you get the best out of your career. This is a truly fantastic opportunity to receive exceptional quality work as well as first class training and mentoring. In addition, you will be rewarded with a competitive salary and generous bonus scheme.

For a confidential discussion about this or any other role, please contact Amar Morjaria on 07539179837 or at

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