Our client is one of the preeminent offshore law firms, with a strong platform across all major offshore jurisdictions as well as key financial centres around the world. It holds a dominant position in the Cayman Islands and its partners are advise on many of the largest transactions to touch the jurisdiction.
The partners would like to identify a mid-to-senior level lawyer to join their corporate group and focus on providing advice to the firm's insurance / reinsurance clients. The role will be relatively broad in scope and would include advising on M&A transactions, portfolio transfers, establishment of intermediaries / subsidiaries, reinsurance arrangements, and regulatory matters. In return, the firm will offer an exceptionally competitive compensation package and a clear path for the individual to progress their career.
To be considered for this position, you must meet the following criteria:
- Admitted as a solicitor, barrister, or attorney in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, or Canada;
- Have reached a minimum of 6PQE working at a well-regarded law firm;
- Have demonstrable expertise in the insurance sector, including substantial prior experience working on some / all of the areas outlined above; and
- Be comfortable maintaining / building client relationships and able to work with relative autonomy.
If you would like some further information on this opportunity, or would just like to have more information about moving offshore and what this could mean for your career, please contact Benedict Roberts on 0207 332 2141 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Taylor Root is one of the world's largest specialist legal recruiters and has maintained a dedicated offshore practice for more than 15 years. As a result of our long-standing relationships with our clients, we are ideally positioned to assist in your move offshore.
Please note our advertisements use PQE/salary levels purely as a guide. However we are happy to consider applications from all candidates who are able to demonstrate the skills necessary to fulfil the role.