Fintech Lawyer

  • Job Reference: 69395
  • Date Posted: 28 June 2019
  • Recruiter: Lipson Lloyd-Jones
  • Location: London
  • Salary: On Application
  • Bonus/Benefits: £Market
  • Sector: Financial Services, Information Technology, Private Practice, FinTech
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time
  • Contact: Marian Lloyd-Jones
  • Email: marian@ll-j.com
  • Telephone: 020 7600 1690

Job Description

THE FIRM

A major international law firm.


THE ROLE

For a fintech Lawyer to join one of the industry's leading teams.

The work will include the provision of regulatory support to the firm's wider fintech offering, although an increasing proportion of the Financial Services Regulatory team's fintech/payments work is advisory and standalone.

The practice has a particular focus on payments, fintech, crypto-DLT, retail banking and consumer finance.

Active players in the digital ecosystem, the team works with established financial services players as well as emerging fintechs.

The team's expert multi-disciplinary payment services working group spans regulatory, Fintech, IP and data protection amongst others and advises numerous payment institutions, e-money firms and similar financial services platforms across the payments market.

ABOUT YOU

An ambitious and bright associate with 1.5-5pqe is sought to join this market leading team.

With an excellent academic and work record and an England & Wales or internationally qualified lawyer, you will have experience of the English regulatory regime.

Your knowledge is likely to include the UK and European financial services regulatory framework, with particular emphasis on payments, e-money, financial crime, cryptoassets, consumer finance, securities trading platforms and e-commerce regulations.

In return the firm will offer exposure to a broad mix of clients, cutting edge and transformational work in the fintech space, alongside first-rate training and development in a dynamic and supportive environment.

Lipson Lloyd Jones Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.