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Property Litigation Solicitor

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eNL
Salary
Competitive
Location
London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

JOB TITLE: Property Litigation Solicitor
PQE REQUIRED: 2-4 Years PQE
LOCATION: London
SALARY: Market Rate

THE ROLE:
A new opportunity has arisen for an experienced Property Litigation Solicitor to join a leading team in London. This highly experienced team deal with a range of property litigation matters to include, foreclosures, receiverships, construction, acquisitions, tax, investments, breach of note/guaranty, brokerage, Leasing and bankruptcy. This unique opportunity ensures you will benefit from strong reputation that our client holds in the area.

THE CANDIDATE:
This position would suit someone who wants variety and a challenge. You will have between 2 and 4 years' PQE and will be a team player. You will possess a broad property litigation background that you will have gained with another leading or recognised firm. A strong academic background is essential, as is enthusiasm for maintaining and developing client relationships.

THE FIRM:
Candidates can expect supportive supervision, as well as a genuinely impressive level of responsibility, client contact and a level of autonomy which is unusual in the City. There are solid career development prospects and client secondment opportunities.

Contact Details:
If you would like further information or would be interested to apply for this vacancy please contact Gemma Jones at eNL on [contact details removed] or email [contact details removed] . As part of our candidate care process we aim to respond to all applications within 7 working days. If you have not been contacted within this timescale your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion. Please go to [contact details removed] to register your interest for similar positions.

eNL follow strict best practice recruitment guidelines monitored by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC). Please note our advertisements use PQE/salary levels purely as a guide. However we are happy to consider applications from all candidates who are able to demonstrate the skills necessary to fulfil the role.

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Planning Director

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JOBG8
Salary
Competitive
Location
London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Responsible for delivering the vision, strategy and objectives for the Comms Strategy & Planning team in line with the OGSM Improve overall Planning team offering to deliver best practice Ensure team are operating at a very high level and set key measures the team can benchmark themselves against Develop and grow the planning team; career management and talent planning Lead all recruitment - recruit ahead of the curve Represent and raise the profile of team members with senior stakeholders, as appropriate Hold regular meetings and one to ones with direct reports Foster a strong team atmosphere Inspire outstanding client work within existing areas and build involvement in new areas Ensure you and your team understand our client and partners objectives and team is fully aligned Ensure the right environment in the team for knowledge sharing, career development and the development of new C&M ideas (insight and C&M propositions) Effectively collaborate with the Account Management team to deliver best in class customer communication programmes for one of their key clients. Planning Director to work alongside Senior Client Directors Senior Planners and Planners to work with Account Directors & Account Managers
2. Strategic direction for customer communications


· Identify new opportunities, big ideas and creatively challenge our best practice communications programme - ensure relevant and timely presentation to partners to bring to market
Provide proactive direction to the team and senior partner stakeholders to lead and drive the communications strategy - this will include both Insight & C&M propositions Assume the senior point of contact for all Comms Strategy and Planning Build awareness of our Planning capability, positioning our client as a key strategic planning partner Leverage current Account Management engagement across wider business areas to increase our Planning footprint
3. Improving our offering
Review the current ways of working and create a plan for the team to improve: Responsible for approving all clear and concise creative briefs produced by the team Ensure alignment with One Voice; support the creative team in developing our authority on One Voice and distinctive identities for our mailings Support the team in ensuring the creative output is single-minded, customer-centric and on brief every time Assist the Planning team to work alongside the account management teams to streamline the creative process; help us take responsibility and accountability for creative output on our mailing programmes
Drive the team to leverage best practice from our client globally Ensure that the team have the right skills and training to deliver efficient world class strategic communications planning. Support the team to align with the 'plan, do, review' approach delivered by the account management team. Build effective, strong cross team relationships and knowledge to improve operations, trouble shoot, deliver best practice and feed into knowledge sharing forums e.g. Head of Targeting, Creative Director, C&M lead for TI



. Date posted: 21/03/2014

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Real Estate - London - 2+ pqe

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DLA Piper UK LLP
Salary
Competitive + Competitive salary and benefits
Location
London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

DLA Piper's Real Estate group, with over 550 lawyers globally, is the world’s largest real estate practice and is consistently top-ranked around the world. Our clients value our global resources, regional strength and local delivery and include private and public companies, institutional investors and government entities. In the UK, we are leaders in this vital sector with 60 partners and 195 other lawyers acting out of offices across the UK.

We offer a full range of services in areas including acquisitions and disposals, construction, financing, hospitality and leisure, land use, planning and development, leasing, environmental law, insurance and tax. Our clients benefit from our significant experience in orchestrating complex, long-term projects that involve drafting documentation, facilitating negotiations, navigating legal and regulatory issues and, when necessary, litigating on their behalf.
The core transactional London Real Estate team are now looking to add a motivated lawyer with a minimum of 2+ years' pqe gained at a firm(s) noted for their expertise in this area. A good academic background is essential, as are excellent skills in communication, client relations, team-working and project management. Candidates must also demonstrate an interest in marketing and business development and a desire to help drive the practice forward.

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Helen Brockbank
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RE - London - 2+

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Corporate Tax Associate (1-2 years PQE), Magic Circle firm, London

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Wilkinson Dwyer
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From £70,000 to £85,000 per year
Location
Central London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Corporate Tax Associate (1-2 years PQE), Magic Circle firm, London

Our client is a Magic Circle firm that is offering the exceptional opportunity to join their stellar London tax team.
To be suited for this position, you will have 1-2 years’ experience in corporate tax as well as a strong academic track record (ideally a first class honours at university). You will be able to adapt quickly to the demands of the client, and will be excited by the prospect of working in a rigorously challenging environment. This role demands a head-on approach to facing new challenges, a good commercial client handling skill-set and a proactive work ethic.

Joining such a prestigious tax team in the city will allow you to work at the cutting edge of the tax market. You will be given the opportunity to work alongside experienced and incredibly talented tax professionals, and contribute to the seamless delivery of first-class client services.

This Magic Circle firm will allow an ambitious and determined Tax Associate to build a career in a stand out tax team.

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Wilkinson Dwyer
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Senior Commercial Litigation Solicitor

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Bolt Burdon Solicitors
Salary
Competitive
Location
Islington
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

To lead and grow a new litigation team alongside our existing teams. You are
likely to have at least 8 years PQE and to be looking for partnership in the near future. You will have some special expertise that complements our existing work. Following is not essential, but a clear business plan for development of your area is.

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Keji Kuku
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FRENCH-SPEAKING LEGAL COUNSEL FOR STARTUP COMPANY

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KELLYDELI
Salary
Competitive
Location
Central London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

The company

At the crossroads of the Retail and Restaurant industries, the company has introduced a very innovative concept in Europe. Founded in April 2010, this young company is experiencing an astonishing commercial success and has deployed more than 250 points-of-sales in six countries and is currently expanding in Europe. Evolving in an ultra dynamic and multicultural work environment, the company is in constant transformation and is pursuing the different steps of its vision.

To support this strong growth, the company is looking to manage and strengthen its legal team, with a French-speaking corporate legal counsel based in London.

Job position

Working directly for the CEO, the candidate will be responsible for all legal aspects of the company, across Europe:

• Commercial contracts with large B2B key accounts.
• Commercial contracts with partners, sub-contractors and suppliers.
• Legal activities related to the management of a large network of franchisees.
• Labor laws and contracts.
• Litigations.
• Setting up legal structures in new countries.
• Managing the interfaces with the local legal advisors in each of the six European countries (and expanding).

Candidate profile

• Because 75% of the company’s business is today in France, the candidate must be fluent in French and hold a diploma in French law.
• Position based in London.
• 5-10 years of professional corporate experience as a legal counsel, in an international environment, covering multiple jurisdictions.
• Business acumen, able to marry legal requirements with strategic and commercial objectives.
• Highly motivated to join a startup.
• "Can do attitude" entrepreneurial spirit, openness, willingness to get out of its scope to address a multitude of small problems inherent in developing a startup.

Please send CV in English or French + motivation email to [contact details removed] with the reference KD-JUR02

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HR
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CLO/Securitisation Associate

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Ashurst LLP
Salary
Competitive
Location
London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Ashurst is a major international law firm, advising financial institutions, corporates and governments. Our core business areas are finance, corporate, energy, resources and infrastructure. We currently have 28 offices in 16 countries, as well as an associated office in Jakarta and a best-friend referral relationship with an Indian law firm. With over 420 partners and 1,700 lawyers in total, we offer the international insight of a global network combined with local market knowledge. We provide consistently high quality, commercially relevant legal advice worldwide, and build teams that are specific to our clients' needs, combining specialist legal skills, industry experience and regional know-how.

Overview

Our Securities and Derivatives Group is a well-diversified business, which has been able to withstand a testing business cycle. We continue to invest in our product range and our geographical coverage and are able to offer our lawyers high quality and varied work and the opportunity to develop multi-specialist expertise.

Job overview

Objectives

You would typically act on all elements of a CLO/Securitisation deal from term sheet stage, through to closing and post-closing. Your specific areas of responsibility will initially be to produce initial drafts of agreements, draft and negotiate CLO/Securitisation documents and ensuring a smooth process to transaction close.

You would also be expected to manage projects that have been assigned to you and liaise closely with colleagues, clients, counterparties and other advisers. You would be expected to work with minimal supervision and be confident to take the lead with client related matters. You would be working as part of a committed and inspired friendly team that enjoys its work and considers itself a leader in its field of practice. All members of the team have frequent client contact and must be willing to travel.

Main Tasks

· Drafting of legal documents and agreements;

· Reviewing of legal documents and agreements

· Contributing to department know-how;

· Advising clients and preparing formal legal opinions;

· Leading negotiations with counter parts;

· Matter completion and post closing work (including security perfection);

· Provide structured supervision and on-the-job training to more junior lawyers

Essential skills and expience

· Post qualification experience in international finance transactions of the types referred to above, preferably structured finance, with a reputable international law firm.

· Previous experience of CLO deals and securitisation.

· Good organisational skills and experience in transaction management.

· Excellent academic track record.

· Enthusiasm for intellectually stimulating cross-border work.

· Excellent client relationship skills and experience of business development.

Note: Ashurst was one of the first firms to move away from using PQE, and so associates are recruited at, and promoted to a particular level based on their experience, skills and performance.


Closing date: 10 May 2014

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Sheena Patel
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Senior Banking Associate

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Ashurst LLP
Salary
Competitive
Location
London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Ashurst is a major international law firm, advising financial institutions, corporates and governments. Our core business areas are finance, corporate, energy, resources and infrastructure. We currently have 28 offices in 16 countries, as well as an associated office in Jakarta and a best-friend referral relationship with an Indian law firm. With over 420 partners and 1,700 lawyers in total, we offer the international insight of a global network combined with local market knowledge. We provide consistently high quality, commercially relevant legal advice worldwide, and build teams that are specific to our clients' needs, combining specialist legal skills, industry experience and regional know-how.

Job Overview

We are currently looking for a qualified Senior Banking lawyer to join our team in the London office. Ashurst's Banking practice offers specialist advice on:
• buy-outs and other acquisition finance transactions;

• infrastructure financings;

• investment fund and warehousing financings;

• restructuring and refinancings;

• asset backed lending;

• strategic and impaired value debt purchases;

• secured and unsecured lending transactions; and

• treasury products generally.

A significant part of our practice focuses on leveraged and acquisition finance transactions - an area in which we are one of the market leaders today, having acted on some of the largest and most complex transactions of this type in Europe for both borrowers and lenders. We frequently provide advice to banks, financial institutions and funds who are themselves leading players in this market.


Main tasks

You would typically act on all elements of a financing from term sheet stage, through to closing and post-closing. Your specific areas of responsibility will initially be to draft and review term sheets, draft and negotiate facility agreements and intercreditor agreements, draft and negotiate security documents and supervise overseas counsel to draft and negotiate local law security documents, take full responsibility for managing junior associates in respect of conditions precedent and ensuring a smooth process to transaction close. You would also be expected to manage projects that have been assigned to you (including drafting and negotiating supplemental finance documents such as waiver letters, accession agreements and more complex amendments and restatements) and liaise closely with colleagues, clients, counterparties and other advisers. You would be expected to work with minimum supervision and be confident to take the lead with client related matters. You would be working as part of a committed and inspired friendly team that enjoys its work and considers itself a leader in its field of practice. All members of the team have frequent client contact and must be willing to travel.


Typical responsibilities include:

• Drafting of legal documents and agreements;

• Reiewing acquisition and equity documents;

• Contributing to department know-how;

• Advising clients and preparing formal legal opinions;

• Leading negotiations with counter parts;

• Matter completion and post closing work (including security perfection); and

• Providing structured supervision and on-the-job training to more junior lawyers.



Essential skills:

• Post qualification experience in international finance transactions of the types referred to above with a reputable international law firm.

• Good organisational skills and experience in transaction management.

• Excellent academic track record.

• Enthusiasm for intellectually stimulating cross-border work.

• Excellent client relationship skills and experience of business development



Closing date: 03 May 2014

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Sheena Patel
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Finance Director

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Mansion House Consulting
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From £80,000 to £90,000 per year + Benefits and Bonus
Location
London
Qualifications
ACA, ACCA or CIMA
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Background: We are a dynamic, fast paced and international consultancy business, which is currently experiencing a sustained period of considerable growth. The company was established less than 10 years ago but already has a turnover of close to £30M. Head office is located in the City of London with active subsidiaries in the USA, Singapore and operations in Germany. Further global expansion is anticipated over the coming years.
Role: We now have the need to hire on a permanent basis an experienced Chief Financial Officer (who is a fully qualified Accountant (ACA, ACCA or CIMA) to head up a small Finance team comprising of partly-qualified accountants. Being a key role for the business and pivotal to the firm’s on-going success, it reports directly to the CEO.

The ideal candidate offers a strong track record of driving change and improvement across a Finance department which handles international business. Experience of leading and developing a team of high quality semi-qualified accountants. He/she will support the company and drive business performance by preparing, developing and maintaining various forecasting, budgeting and profitability models, then analysing the resulting output.

This role will suit someone that has previously held a board level role at a rapidly expanding company, or small enterprises which again have increased turnover and geographical presence at a phenomenal rate. It demands someone with exceptional understanding of invoice factoring, establishing and running new overseas subsidiaries, and addressing local financial legislations. This is a critical role as it will play a major role in helping the Company (Board Members) to reach the next level of development. Due to the broad range of accountabilities involved the role needs someone that has a "hands on" pragmatic approach, someone that enjoys managing a team of highly competent semi qualified accountants and who can manage an incredibly busy invoicing operation. The Finance Division also manages subsidiary accounting work including the process of payments in various currencies. We believe the ideal candidate has worked within the financial services Consultancy sector, or even the Employment Agency sector – they will possess the necessary internal accounting operation capabilities as well as global implications. They may also have direct experience of the full entrepreneurial life cycle of a company including exposure to trade finance and private equity investors.

The successful candidate will be responsible for providing and interpreting financial planning and strategic MI to enable the development of the business organically and through acquisition as well as instilling excellent standards and a quality driven mentality throughout the function. He/she will be accountable for reviewing and improving all procedures and controls within the Finance team, creating a robust and dependable function that produces timely and accurate financial information. He/she will also oversee all aspects of the monthly accounts process via Sage.

Main Duties:
•Prepare monthly management accounts for the UK Company and subsidiaries. Analyse the results and present to the Board,
•Manage the invoicing process and control the working capital
•Ensure tax compliance across all jurisdictions
•Act as the key point of contact with external auditors, banks and third party stakeholders
•Compilation of annual budgets
•Will also undertake the responsibilities of Company Secretary

In order to be considered, candidates must be a Qualified Accountant (ACA, ACCA or CIMA) offering sound experience of working in a growing company with international operations. Further supported by strong technical accounting skills and a good understanding of Sage systems. A proven track record within a similar role will be required and a background within Professional Services would be preferable.

For those that apply for the position, we say thank you. however, if you do not receive any response within four working days, please assume your application has not been successful.

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DLA Piper - Real Estate Finance - 2+ and 4+ pqe

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DLA Piper UK LLP
Salary
Competitive + Competitive salary and benefits
Location
London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

DLA Piper's Real Estate Finance team is one of the largest dedicated global practices. We have many years' experience acting for major international financial institutions, including investment banks, commercial banks, institutional lenders, insurance companies, private equity, pension funds and other lenders to the property industry, as well as for sponsors and developers raising finance.

Our practice is a mix of structured, syndicated and bilateral lending for real estate lenders, investors and developers, nationally and internationally. A particular speciality is acting for the providers of integrated finance where the lender provides equity, mezzanine and senior facilities. We regularly guide our clients through some of the most complex and challenging transactions in Europe.

The team are now looking to add at least two additional solicitors, one with a minimum of two years' experience and one with a minimum of four years' experience, gained at a firm noted for its expertise in this area. The successful candidates will need to possess excellent technical skills, alongside developed team work, project management and client care abilities. Candidates must also demonstrate an interest in marketing and business development and a desire to help drive the practice forward.

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Helen Brockbank
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Reference
REF - LONDON

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