Funds Lawyer, Financial Services Law

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The opportunity

We are looking for a Funds Lawyer with four to eight years relevant experience to join our rapidly growing Financial Services Law team in our Sydney office. In this role you will have the opportunity to work on a range of interesting and varied matters to shape and enhance business strategies to help our clients solve tomorrows problems today. Work in a collaborative and supportive environment where you’ll have the freedom to shape your career through our comprehensive development programs to help you be the best version of yourself, both inside and outside of work.

Your key responsibilities

  • Provide financial services law and regulatory advice in multidisciplinary teams for local and offshore fund managers and other participants in the wealth and asset management sector
  • Assist with fund establishment and structuring, product disclosure and distribution including advise on regulatory and licensing compliance
  • Draft fund and corporate documents
  • Mentor and supervise junior staff

Skills and attributes for success

To qualify for the role, you must have

  • Four to eight years post qualification experience
  • Financial services and corporate law experience with a passion for the financial services sector
  • Excellent client facing skills and strong commercial acumen
  • Demonstrate strong technical and drafting skills
  • Experience in working as part of a team, with the ability to build effective internal and external relationships
  • Excellent attention to detail, intellectual curiosity and strong analytical skills with the ability to provide practical advice relating to complex regulatory matters

Ideally, you’ll also have

  • Experience working in a consulting environment