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Restructuring/Insolvency Partner, US Law Firm, to £500,000

Reference: SP9319EG
Job type: Permanent
Location: UK - London
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A surprisingly large US law firm, turnover c.$700 million and almost 1000 lawyers globally. London has been stable, steadily growing and has some very long serving lawyers.

There is a strategic need to hire an insolvency and restructuring partner to work closely with the debt finance practice in London which is generating restructuring work. The firm had a partner in the area until they retired from the firm so there is an opportunity for a new partner to reinvigorate the practice and lead a team.

The firm would consider an individual partner or a small team. Although a strategic hire, a following of £750,000 plus will be required but the firm in relation to this hire is relatively industry agnostic.

Apply on line or contact SLOANE POULTON at sloane.poulton@edwardsgibson.com or +44 207 153 4903 to find out more about this or similar opportunities.

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