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Assistant Director - Real Estate Corporate Finance

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

The team advises banks, fund managers, institutional investors, property companies, developers and occupiers. The team also works closely with other parts of EY including the real estate consulting, restructuring, tax and accounting teams to provide clients with an integrated service.
Roles and responsibilities
Develop effective funding strategies for transactions and businesses
Manage sell side and buy side
Work with investors and corporate occupiers to appraise strategic real estate options,
Develop and use complex financial models and advise clients
Required skills
* An accountancy, banking, surveying or Masters in Real Estate qualification
* Experience of real estate finance and corporate finance transactions
* Good knowledge and contacts in the real estate market
* Experience in the development and application of business plans and option appraisals
* Experience with financial models
* Experienced in business development
* Managed small teams.
EY is committed to being an inclusive employer and we are happy to consider flexible working arrangements. We strive to achieve the right balance for our people, enabling us to deliver excellent client service whilst allowing you to build your career without sacrificing your personal priorities. While our client-facing professionals can be required to travel regularly, and at times be based at client sites, our flexible working arrangements can help you to achieve a lifestyle balance.

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EY
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6 Reasons to Apply for This Corporate Lawyer Role

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Pro-Legal
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From £92,000 to £115,000 per year
Location
London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

If you are a 1-3 year PQE UK qualified Corporate Lawyer with experience of working on high value deals this could be the perfect role for you. Here's why:

1 - HIGH QUALITY, HIGH VALUE WORK. This US firm offers you the opportunity to get involved in some high value, complex, cross border deals
2 - VARIETY. The firm has a great diversity of industry strengths with leading organisations in the Financial Services, Private Equity, Energy, IT, Manufacturing and Transportation sectors to name a few. The team works on both the buy and sell side and has very strong experience of entry to exit life cycle of PE investments. This means they can offer you a huge variety in types of work and client profiles to keep you on your toes.
3 - LOADS MORE CASH, NO MORE HOURS - Outstanding salary and benefits. If you are a Corporate Solicitor at a Magic or Silver Circle firm you will add 50% to your salary and, according to the latest Pro-Recruitment Job Satisfaction Survey, your hours as a Corporate Associate will be shorter than Magic Circle and roughly on a par with Silver Circle
4 - BE LED BY MARKET LEADERS. The corporate partners are all known in the market as exceptional lawyers and prolific business developers. You will have the opportunity to learn from some of the most impressive characters in the market.
5 - SECONDMENT OPPORTUNITIES - They frequently second corporate associates to their clients, often to facilitate PE exits or IPOs
6 - MORE RESPONSIBILITY & THE CHANCE TO FAST TRACK YOUR CAREER. You will get the opportunity to go on client pitches, take a pivotal role in deals and really develop your career. The firm has a very strong track record of promoting from within and the best and brightest frequently make partner much faster than their equivalents and Top 20 UK firms.

The role is a growth hire and they are looking to complete the interview process quickly so apply today to avoid missing out. Contact Conor Dilworth for more information.

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Conor Dilworth
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Clinical Negligence 4+ PQE

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Laurence Simons Legal Recruitment
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From £55,000 to £70,000 per year
Location
London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Defendant healthcare litigation role in the London offices of a successful law firm. This is an excellent opportunity for a defendant clinical negligence lawyer to join a team with an established London presence and a growing reputation, who work on behalf of major medical defence organisations and insurers.

Our client is a full service business law firm which provides legal services including corporate & commercial, finance & restructuring, insurance and real estate. Sectors serviced include insurance healthcare, energy, outsourcing & technology and education.

They have been awarded numerous awards in national surveys and legal press, applauded as being a major UK firm based on success and employee satisfaction. Firm wide clients include public sector organisations, corporate bodies and private clients.

Healthcare Litigation team:

• Provide the full spectrum of healthcare advice and dispute resolution services
• The reputation of the team attracts high-calibre, complex and often high-profile work. Partners in the team have excellent market knowledge and an in-depth knowledge of the healthcare sector.
• Clients include medical defence organisations, healthcare market insurers, alternative healthcare specialists, individual practitioners including dental professionals and healthcare regulators
• This new vacancy is due to success of the team and a consistent increase of complex top quality work

The ideal candidate:

• Will have at least 4 years PQE from a leading defendant healthcare practice
• Experience of defendant clinical negligence and regulatory work is essential
• Exposure to medical defence organisations and insurers would be an added benefit
• Demonstrated ability to hit the ground running and manage a busy case load of multiple files
• Will have a positive and pro-active approach to their work and will be comfortable working in a busy but close-knit environment.
• Will receive a competitive salary package including benefits

There is ample opportunity to progress and develop in this team, whilst gaining exposure to high quality city calibre work and enjoying a friendly and genuinely welcoming working environment.

For an in depth discussion please contact Sarah Coughtrie at Laurence Simons on [contact details removed] or [contact details removed]

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Head of Trading Support - Multichannel

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JOBG8
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Competitive
Location
London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Lead the Multichannel Insight and Optimisation team to drive commercial decision making across the Multichannel directorate but specifically focused on improving trading. Working closely with Trading teams to ensure data is driving their commercial decision making process through use of analytics, surveys, ratings & reviews and other forms of customer feedback. Working closely with UX & Online Production teams to ensure we are optimising the customer journey through A/B & MVT testing, managing onsite search and our recommendations engines. Responsible for an Insight and Optimisation Strategy with a transparent roadmap of prioritised deliverables. Run a detailed MVT programme to recommend functional changes with prioritised business cases.
Lead the Multi Channel operational support team to provide a high quality, efficient support service to the Multichannel team, delivering within agreed SLA's and to agreed budgets Manage the day-to-day operational support relationship with our IS partner. Work closely with the IT Service Delivery, Support, Infrastructure and Development teams to ensure a seamless and high quality service is supplied both internally to the Multi Channel team and externally to our digital customers Maintain and develop an operating model that scales to business needs efficiently and effectively, operates within commercial parameters, ensures continuous high level of service and experience for our customers Ensure all Multi Channel systems and processes are thoroughly documented, and drive the continuous improvement of these processes to optimise service levels and minimise cost Manage and optimise a set of SLAs, with key suppliers and mould these into a single, unified service delivered to the Multi Channel team
Effectively manage and negotiate with 3rd parties for the provision of services that either replace or supplement internal resource Work closely with the Multi Channel team to understand current issues and ongoing requirements Direct and influence senior management on key operational areas to drive efficiencies within the Multichannel operating & functional model Manage and develop the team, providing direction and support for personal development. Provide operational knowledge, practical support & analysis reports for Multichannel projects
Extensive operations support experience, gained within a high profile successful corporate environment. Extensive experience of data reporting & analytics solutions. Senior, strategic experience of management, and leadership and driving change/ optimisation in a complex enterprise, preferably in a high-growth environment Experience of managing large cross-functional projects Extensive experience of enterprise-scale ecommerce operations Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills Good appreciation of financial management and budget control Good understanding of the operational issues and how to optimise/reduce costs Ability to think strategically but also to operate & implement tactically Pragmatic about method, but highly delivery-oriented


. Date posted: 25/07/2014

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Professional Support Lawyer, Projects & Construction

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Trowers & Hamlins LLP
Salary
Competitive + Competitive
Location
London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Part time

Trowers & Hamlins is a City-led, international and national law firm with 130 partners and over 650 staff located across the UK, Middle East and Far East. With offices in London, Birmingham, Exeter, Manchester, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Dubai, Oman and a representative Regional Office in Kuala Lumpur, we provide a full-service integrated offering.

Our clients operate in diverse industry sectors such as construction, transport and infrastructure, banking and financial services, distribution and logistics, education and health, hotels and leisure, defence, engineering and surveying, charities, retail and energy and natural resources. We also act for many high net worth individuals.

We are different and we believe it is our people that make us unique. We expect and respect that you and your talents are too. The truth is we don't prescribe who you are or how you ought to be. It's what you can do that interests us most.

While the work on offer is rewarding and often complex, the qualities we look for are simple. The ability to get on with people from all walks of life, for example. To talk and to listen. To develop the sorts of relationships that mean you win the friendship and loyalty of clients and colleagues alike. In short, to connect. These are the characteristics our people all have in common. They are vital, as is the drive and imagination to use your unique talents to the full. We will help you in this. In fact, we will support you in every way we can.

Principal responsibilities:

Training
•Research, prepare and present seminars and training workshops on a firm-wide and departmental basis
•Co-ordinate and deliver the department's education and training programme (2 sessions per month)
•Co-ordinate and/or deliver in-seat and firm-wide trainee training

Know-how and research
•Produce client newsletters, blogs and journal articles for external use
•Collate and disseminate know-how
•Create and maintain precedents, regularly updating the team and producing guidance notes
•Carry out legal research
•Database management

Other
•Provide internal counsel advice and assist with technical legal queries
•Liaison with all UK offices and from time to time with the international offices
•Liaise and share information with the firm’s other PSLs and Information Services as appropriate
•Training and development of staff (where appropriate)
•Assisting with and delivering external seminars to clients and others
•Assisting with transaction and case de-briefings

Person Specification

•An ability to operate autonomously
•Positive, practical and pro-active approach
•Drive, enthusiasm and initiative
•A self-starter
•Ability to influence and build relationships at all levels
•Excellent communication skills both oral and written

Experience

•Solid experience as a non-contentious construction lawyer in private practice, including JCT experience
•Prior experience as a PSL or a commitment to move into such a role

We will also consider candidates who wish to work in one of our regional offices in Manchester, Exeter or Birmingham.

Trowers & Hamlins is an equal opportunities employer

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Tax Associate

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Trowers & Hamlins LLP
Salary
Competitive + Competitive
Location
London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

The Firm

Trowers & Hamlins is a City-led, international and national law firm with 130 partners and over 650 staff located across the UK, Middle East and Far East. With offices in London, Birmingham, Exeter, Manchester, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Dubai, Oman and a representative Regional Office in Kuala Lumpur, we provide a full-service integrated offering.

Our clients operate in diverse industry sectors such as construction, transport and infrastructure, banking and financial services, distribution and logistics, education and health, hotels and leisure, defence, engineering and surveying, charities, retail and energy and natural resources. We also act for many high net worth individuals.

We are different and we believe it is our people that make us unique. We expect and respect that you and your talents are too. The truth is we don't prescribe who you are or how you ought to be. It's what you can do that interests us most.

While the work on offer is rewarding and often complex, the qualities we look for are simple. The ability to get on with people from all walks of life, for example. To talk and to listen. To develop the sorts of relationships that mean you win the friendship and loyalty of clients and colleagues alike. In short, to connect. These are the characteristics our people all have in common. They are vital, as is the drive and imagination to use your unique talents to the full. We will help you in this. In fact, we will support you in every way we can.

The Practice area/ department

We remain a market leader in advising on complex and large scale real estate transactions, in particular inward investment from the Persian Gulf and Malaysia, Shari'ah compliant structures and complex arrangements involving social housing providers, mid-market M&A and public/private sector joint ventures.

For example, in the past 12 months we have advised:
• An overseas investor on its high-value residential property portfolio in the UK worth over £200 million;
• A large charity on a corporate purchase worth over £100 million;
• An overseas investor on the disposal of a share in a Limited Partnership for £125 million.

The above innovative work builds on our history of providing tax advice in new and exciting structures in these areas:
• We are leading the way in advice relating to VAT-exempt shared services arrangements, taking advantage of new UK legislation introduced in last year's Finance Act;
• We are actively involved in advising numerous clients on ground-breaking structures for inward residential investment in light of the recently announced complex anti-avoidance regime;
• The tax laws we prepared for an overseas jurisdiction on record keeping and provision of information have recently received OECD approval and will be introduced shortly.
• We regularly engage with Government in relation to new legislation. For example, we sat on the HM Treasury/HMRC working group examining the proposed new tax regime for high value homes. We regularly respond to tax consultations and we are currently looking to engage with HMRC with a view to improving public guidance.

As a result, we are at the cutting edge of UK tax law and policy.

Responsibilities

To work as part of a team in the provision of domestic and international tax advice for corporate and real estate transactions, including in relation to corporation tax, income tax, capital gains tax, withholding taxes, VAT, SDLT, stamp duty and the construction industry scheme. Clients of the team include corporations, pension funds, charities, registered providers of social housing and local authorities.
• Providing broad ranging tax advice in respect of corporate transactions including mergers and acquisition, management buy-outs, de-mergers, listings and restructurings
• Advising a wide range of real estate investors and developers including UK REITs, UK and overseas pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, overseas investors, student accommodation providers, local authorities, registered providers and major occupational tenants
• Restructuring advice
• Advising on the establishment of Funds
• Initiating, building and maintaining effective client relationships
• Pro-active involvement in marketing initiatives
• Ensuring files are managed in compliance with Lexcel procedures
• Participating in firm-wide and departmental training sessions
• Training and development of junior legal staff and secretary (where appropriate).

Specification

The firm has a Career Development Framework which sets out the competencies we expect of those at the associate and senior associate grades. In particular, for this role we require:
• Strong client focus
• Breadth of experience
• Ability to manage own work and workload as part of a team

Additional Information

Experience and qualifications:

• Excellent academic record
• Qualified solicitor with stable and consistent track record
• Experience in property tax is key
• It is unlikely that candidates with less than 2 or 3 years post-qualification experience will have the breadth and depth of experience required

As part of our firm recruitment policy our candidates are subject to employment screening background checks. These checks include personal details, education and employment history, professional qualifications and credit and criminal checks as appropriate.



Trowers & Hamlins is an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from every sector of the community. All applications will only be considered on merit and the applicant's suitability to meet the requirements of the role.

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