Our client is one of the leading Luxembourg law firms. It provides advice to international and domestic clients in all areas of business law relevant to their business activities, ranging from corporate, fiscal and employment matters to regulatory banking and insurance, capital markets, financing, fund formation, real estate and private equity advice.
It now seeks to further strengthen its team with a banking regulatory lawyer with 2 to 5 years’ experience.
As a member of the banking & financial services team, you will:
- advise on regulatory developments, including issues relating to banking regulation (MiFID 2, PRIPs, shadow banking, etc.), anti-money laundering regulations, derivatives (EMIR, short selling, etc.), capital requirements (CRD IV/CRR), payment services, e-money and other regulatory subjects;
- assist clients in obtaining a banking or PSF licence;
- advise on litigation;
- contribute to presentations to clients and to internal training sessions on regulatory developments
You have a strong academic record in law, ideally completed by a LLM or other postgraduate degree obtained abroad;
You have a proven experience of between 2 and 5 years in a major Luxembourg law firm or in the industry;
Your command of French and English are perfect – knowledge of German is a major plus, knowledge of other languages a plus;
You demonstrate a keen interest and enthusiasm to learn about your clients' business;
You can work in a team, sharing knowledge, motivating other team members and contributing to overall success;
Your legal writing skills are excellent;
You are client focused and innovative in the solutions you deliver to clients; and
You are good at fostering relationships with clients and team members.
Our client takes pride on combining the highest global standards with Luxembourg legal expertise. Its business strategy is underpinned by the drive to provide its clients with a world class service.
Many of the world's leading organisations look to our client not just for legal expertise but for advice on business critical issues and market opportunities in Luxembourg.