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FS Reg Lawyer NQ-8 PQE

Job description

An international law firm is seeking an FS Reg Lawyer (NQ-8 PQE) to join its growing Financial Services Regulation team in London.

About the Role:
As part of the role, you will advise clients on all aspects of UK and international financial services regulation, with, with a particular focus on banking regulation, conduct regulation, anti-money laundering. This will service a broad range of clients, including banks, investment firms, asset managers, FinTechs and other financial institutions.


  • You will be a qualified solicitor NQ- 8 years PQE (post-qualification experience), with a proven track record of advising clients on a wide range of regulatory issues.
  • You will have a strong understanding of UK and international financial services regulation and be entrepreneurial in nature.

This is an exciting opportunity to join the firm and contribute to the growth and development of one of the country's leading Financial Services Regulation team. Alongside the opportunity to work on a wide range of complex and challenging matters, the role also offers a strong remuneration package.

To Apply:
Please submit your CV. If this role isn't quite right, please contact me for a confidential conversation to discuss other opportunities we have that may be suitable. 07386660098

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