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Commercial Contracts Lawyer

  • Location:


  • Sector:

    Commercial, Cards/Payments

  • Job type:


  • Salary:

    Competitive Salary

  • Contact:

    Toby Aiston

  • Contact email:

  • Contact phone:

    0207 400 2000

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  • Published:

    2 months ago

  • Expiry date:


  • Startdate:

    2022-04-19 00:00:00

I am working for a very innovative and rapidly expanding tech company that is moving into a new phase in its growth. My client is just over 10 years old and is moving into the B2C space in order to compliment its B2B part of the business. This is a very exciting time for my client with the next few years promising to be full of new products, development and diversification.

My client began as a fin tech business focusing on online payments and card payments for businesses. It has since grown into the consumer space including the acquisition for apps for consumer use. They are extremely excited about the next stages of their growth as they look to further expand into various consumer focused products.

This role is at Legal Counsel level and is best suited for a lawyer with 2-5 years PQE. Experience with commercial contracts, particularly in the financial services, payments and fintech space would be preferable. The role will involve drafting and negotiating a range of commercial contracts as well as working very closely with the rest of the business on new product developments and acquisitions. You should be looking to join a highly agile business, have an interest in the tech space and be prepared to take on new responsibility as the business and this role grows over time.

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