In-House Financial Services Regulatory Lawyer
A unique opportunity has arisen in-house at an early stage fintech start-up for a talented financial services regulatory lawyer.
The company are a fintech start-up, but are a subsidiary of a well-known global financial services firm that is headquartered in London. The company is at the early stages and have some exciting products which will be coming to market in the next year.
It is currently a small team of 5 talented people who have expertise across large business and building up and exiting successful businesses. In the next six months the team will be 20 people. It is a
The successful regulatory solicitor will be the sole legal and compliance support for the start-up.
The role will be advising on regulatory and compliance issues, however being the sole legal counsel you can also look forward to also advising on a range of other issues including commercial, intra-company and technology contracts, corporate and governance issues and IP.
You will also liaise with the large legal team in the parent company and have external counsel on hand.
It is anticipated a 4-8 PQE solicitor will have the right level of experience for the role, although applications are welcome from those outside that range. Ideally you will have trained at a Magic or Silver Circle firm or a US firm and have qualified into the financial services regulatory team, or a similar department. If you have completed an in-house secondment this would be an advantage.
This is a truly unique opportunity for an entrepreneurial lawyer to join a well backed company at such an early stage and to be involved in commercial and strategic decisions as well as the legal side.
Lunaria Partners are advertising this In-House Financial Services Regulatory Lawyer role on behalf of our client. We strive to respond to all applications but due to the volume received, this isn't always possible. If you have not heard from us in 7 days your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.