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Paralegal - Trading Firm

Posted 9 days ago

Job DescriptionOur client, a leading proprietary trading firm are looking for a Paralegal to join the team to support on a wide variety of legal matters. This is an excellent role for an ambitious paralegal who wants to join the firm at a time of growth. Key responsibilitiesAssisting the London Legal team with day-to-day legal queries such as reviewing commercial contracts, responding to employment queries and assisting with general corporate matters, as required.Taking initiatives in developing new processes and improving current processes to streamline the Legal team's response, increase efficiency, and support collaboration within the teamObtaining and maintaining an excellent understanding of the organisation and the products with a focus on regulations and laws in various jurisdictions.Experience requirements:Minimum of 3 years experience in the legal sector with a focus on financial servicesStrong attention to detail, analytical and drafting skillsExcellent organisational and administrative skills Due to the high volume of applications, if you haven’t heard back from the team on this role, unfortunately your application has been unsuccessful. If your profile matches any of our other opportunities, one of our consultants will be in touch.About Simmons & HanburySimmons & Hanbury is a specialist executive search firm that sources and secures the best human capital and future leaders for our clients. We provide an integrated international service to support our clients across the globe, from our group headquarters based in the heart of the City of London. We support some of the most prestigious organisations in the world, across financial services, commerce & industry, and professional services. Our services include executive search and market intelligence within the Legal, Compliance and Corporate Governance practice areas, while our Legal Services division Hanbury Partners provides flexible consultancy arrangements. We facilitate secondments for senior lawyers into in-house legal departments and law firms, and source specialist lawyers for bespoke projects.