Thursday, March 22, 2018

Financial Services Regulatory Solicitor 2 - 4



Job description / Role
Charterhouse is working with a global law firm who is looking to hire a Financial Services Regulatory Associate to bolster its existing offering in Dubai. The firm would be interested in strong Common Law qualified candidates with international law firm experience, coming from a US, UK or Australian law firm, either in the region or looking to relocate.

The role will involve working closely with the partners in Dubai, in relation to a focus on a range of advisory and transactional work focussing on the banking, insurance, fintech and wealth management sectors. The role will have a UAE focus, working with the various regulatory bodies, etc. The work will focus on non-contentious matters and be varied, including regulatory, licensing, transactional and product development / distribution.

Requirements
The successful candidate should be a Common Law qualified solicitor with demonstrable financial services regulatory experience gained at a recognised law firm, either already in the UAE or internationally and looking to relocate. The financial services regulatory is a fast moving and developing area of law in the UAE so this is an interesting area to be involved with. Tax free, international law firm remuneration on offer to attract a high calibre individual.

About the Company
The Charterhouse brand and business was launched in Dubai and the Middle East in April 2004 by a team of international recruiters and management consultants, after its inception in Sydney, Australia in September 2003. Charterhouse Middle East is now positioned as the leading regional recruiter within its area of disciplines and functional markets.

Charterhouse offers professional and bespoke contingency and retained search services to all sectors of the market. Service quality is guaranteed, thanks to a particular focus on flexibility. Charterhouse was the first international search and selection business to establish Dubai as its base. The growth in the Middle East region has been mirrored by Charterhouse globally, with offices now in Abu Dhabi, Qatar, Hong Kong, Singapore, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney.

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