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Wadkins Associates are assisting an award-winning law firm in their search for a Junior Corporate M&A lawyer in Singapore.
The firm is renowned for their work within the energy sector across a broad range of fields and are known to represent an enviable list of international clients. The work will focus primarily across the energy sector, including the likes of oil & gas, LNG and renewables. This is a prime opportunity for a junior lawyer to gain access to market leading deals.
After in-depth discussion with our client, we have collated some key advantages of joining the team:
Our client is looking for a Singapore qualified or else common law qualified lawyer who is coming from a local firm, with a PQE between 1-3 years. Experience within M&A is required.
If this role has piqued your interest, or if you are interested in further discussion of the market, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Wadkins Associates are excited to present a rare opportunity for an Associate in Singapore.
We are currently working with an international law firm to find a Project Development Associate to join their growing Energy team.
Working under a highly established partner, the role consists predominantly of project development work in Oil & Gas, LNG, and transportation infrastructure. The ideal candidate would be familiar with project documentation and preferably additional experience with project finance. Whilst also being a highly respected specialist in this field, the hiring partner has a reputation for encouraging a positive working environment.
Having spoken with them in-depth, we can outline some of the main benefits of this position:
The hiring partner is keen to see candidates with 2 to 5 years’ PQE, and must be England and Wales, Singapore, Australia or Common law qualified.
If you are interested and would like to find out more about the role, please get in touch.
Wadkins Associates are currently assisting a renowned international law firm with their search for a junior to mid-level Projects Lawyer in their Tokyo office.
The firm’s projects team operates globally, and are keen to expand their Tokyo team. This is a fresh opportunity to get yourself out there and become recognisable within one of the economic capitals of the world.
The work will focus on a balance between project development, and project finance work, exposing you to the likes of oil & gas, renewables and LNG.
After detailed discussions with our client, we have collated some key advantages of joining the team:
The firm are looking for a junior to mid-level lawyer between 1 to 3 years PQE to join their team, either England & Wales or Australian qualified. Experience within project development and project finance is necessary, ideally a balance between the two. Japanese language skills preferred but not required.
If this role is of interest to you, or you are interested in discussing the market in more detail, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
This is an excellent opportunity to join a growing energy focused corporate team in Singapore. Our client is looking for English, Australian or Singapore qualified candidates (2-3 PQE) with M&A experience, preferably in an energy or projects related field, through broader M&A experience is also of consideration. Benefits of this role include:
-Top quality international work
-Working across a range of industry sectors to include natural resources and infrastructure
-A collegiate team that places emphasis on developing their associates
Please get in touch if you would like to find out more about this role.
A market leading international law firm is looking to grow their Tokyo office with a mid-level Projects Lawyer.
This is an exciting opportunity to join a fast-growing practice in one of the economic capitals of the world.
From our discussions with the hiring partner, the key attractions of this role include:
You will be doing project development and project finance work in the energy sector. This includes oil & gas, LNG and renewables.
You will ideally be New York qualified with between 3 to 5 PQE. England & Wales and Australian qualified lawyers will also be considered. Fluency in Japanese will be highly advantageous.
If the above role is of interest, do get in touch for more information.
A longstanding client is looking to grow their Hong Kong office with the addition of a project finance lawyer. Having spoken to the hiring partner, we look forward to assisting you throughout the application process.
This is an opportunity to join a well-regarded international private practice in one of their most dynamic offices. You will be doing some of the best quality of work in Hong Kong.
You will be exposed to a broad range of finance work. This will include asset finance as well as projects finance in the renewable energy, LNG and petrochemicals sector.
Some of the key draws of this job include:
You will be Hong Kong or common law qualified with at least 2 PQE. Additionally, you will have a background of asset or project finance experience. Business proficiency in English and Cantonese is essential. Fluency in Mandarin will be a strong advantage.
If the above role has caught your interest, do get in touch for a discreet discussion.
An international law firm with a strong reputation in Asset Finance has asked for our help in recruiting into their Paris office. Working across the asset classes in shipping, aviation and rail they are now keen to hire a mid level associate to join the team.
The Paris office has grown substantially over the last few years and their team of talented dual qualified lawyers is now one of the largest offices in the city. We have recently got to know the Head of Asset Finance and found out some more about what the role might offer:
If you are interested in a move to Paris, or a change in firm and are wanting to find out more about the role, we would be happy to provide more detail.