Senior Legal Counsel - UCITS | Barclay Simpson
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Senior Legal Counsel – UCITS

  • London
  • to£140,000+ bonus + bens
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Our client is a rapidly growing Fintech that supports buy side firms with a number of product offerings. As part of this they have a well established fund platform and are looking to hire an experienced funds lawyer to support this side of the business in particular.

The role will work closely with the GC  while being directly responsible for the fund platform allowing a really good breadth of work. You’ll be heavily involved in UCITS compliant funds work as well as supporting on more general corporate and commercial work where needed.

The ideal candidate for this position will have at least 4-5 years of experience in UCITS investment management ideally and be comfortable working autonomously, albeit with good support from the GC where needed.

The culture of the team and company is great and they offer really good flexibility and work life balance. We know the team and GC very well and they are a great place to work.

They are looking to move very quickly so please don’t hesitate to get in touch with Tom Boulderstone on or submit your CV for consideration.

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