A market leading litigation funder who is developing a successful niche within this fast growing area is looking to expand both in London and nationally, and would like to hire a senior insolvency litigation solicitor in London. Whilst you will have a fully flexible working arrangement, you will spend time in the London office joining an established team of in-house lawyers based both in London and throughout the UK who are in turn backed by a leading bank.
You will ideally be an insolvency litigation solicitor with around 8 years+ PQE in commercial litigation or pure insolvency litigation, and will have an established presence and knowledge within the local insolvency market. It would be advantageous if you are a member of R3 and/or other prominent groups within the insolvency and litigation market. A high level of technical expertise is required, along with experience that will include pre-acquisition case due diligence, offer structuring and management. You should have an interest in and experience of marketing and business development with both insolvency practitioners and fellow solicitors. This is a brand new role, and as part of a small in-house legal team you will be able to show good commercial acumen, numeracy, project management skills and strong interpersonal skills.
If you are a commercially minded insolvency litigation lawyer with excellent knowledge of the UK market who is looking to take the next step in your career, the firm can offer a salary in the region of £80k-£120k + bonus (up to 40% of salary) and the chance to join a growing commercial organisation. Please apply now to be considered, or call Stephen Chantry for further information and a confidential chat.
For more information about this role and to apply, please contact Stephen Chantry at G2 Legal on 0207 649 9298 or forward an up to date copy of your CV.
PQE, years of experience and salary levels are shown purely as a guide. We will consider applications from candidates that can demonstrate the skills or experience required for this role.