Posted 7 July by The Legists

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5+ Years’ PQE


We have a fantastic opportunity for a Senior Banking Associate to become part of a global powerhouse in their Manchester office. You would be joining a well established banking team who have a long-standing reputation for delivering high-quality legal advice. The firm boasts significant multinational credentials in the financial services, energy, infrastructure, real estate and technology sectors and are ranked in Tier 1 for Banking and Finance in the North West by Legal 500 and Chambers.

Our client is truly committed to making business work better for people and have embedded a range of diversity and inclusion initiates so their employees can flourish. You will be working with market leading partners with a combined wealth of experience in corporate finance, real estate finance, public sector funding, asset based lending and acquisition finance.

Our client is looking for a candidate with 5+ years’ PQE with experience in real estate finance, corporate financings and leveraged finance transactions. You will be able to use your technical strength and sound commercial judgement in the very best national and international work. The firm is committed to further growth so the ideal candidate will have an enthusiastic approach to business development.

QC Legal have decades of experience and vast knowledge of the legal industry. We are truly passionate about connecting the right people to the right companies and our long-proven track record is a testament to that.

Please call Amelia Rose on for a friendly chat about this role and others we can offer you. 

Reference: 52675670

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