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Regulatory Lawyer

Elevate is recruiting an experienced Legal Counsel with over 5 years PQE for a 6-12 month contract at a London-based Law Firm.

The successful candidate will support the regulatory team and will also be the lead lawyer looking after licensed entities in the UK, Russia CIS and Mexico.

Key duties:

  • Supporting on a variety of retail banking, payments and consumer finance regulatory and commercial matters.
  • Working with banks, lenders, payment innovators and retailers to keep on top of regulatory change affecting the banking and payments industry.

You might be the right person if you:

  • Have legal experience working for a law firm or bank.
  • Have strong understanding of regulatory issues relating to banking and finance.
  • Have the ability to multi-task and work effectively in a fast paced dynamic environment.
  • Have first class organisational skills and can manage your time effectively.

Essential experience and skills for success:

  • A minimum of 5 years PQE working in the Regulatory team of a Leading Law Firm or financial institution.
  • Excellent knowledge and experience of payments, regulatory, PSD and AMLD regulations.
  • The ability and confidence to work with both the FCA and HMRC.


  • Qualified Lawyer in England & Wales.

Elevate is the law company. We provide consulting, technology and services to law departments and law firms. Our global team of lawyers, engineers, consultants and business experts improve efficiency, quality and outcomes for customers worldwide. Elevate’s achievements and distinctions include:

  • Ranked on the Inc. 5000 list of Fastest-Growing Private Companies two years in a row.
  • Ranked as a top Global Services Provider by Chambers & Partners three years in a row.
  • Lead Partner of the FT Innovative Lawyers Awards.



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