Job Description

Project Finance Partner/Partner Designate – Clean Energy and Renewables

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Location: London

Job Level: Partner

Our client is a highly regarded firm which is one of the remarkable success stories of recent years. It has been achieving consistent year on year growth for more than a decade, while maintaining a positive and down to earth culture, a strong client focus and establishing a market leading position in several sectors.

It has a market leading renewables practice which provides a full range of services to clean energy and renewables clients in solar, wind, hydro, AD and biomass and energy storage, including advice on finance, planning, real estate, M&A, regulation and grid connection. It is a true market leader in this field and involved in a wide variety of domestic and international projects.

The firm has an outstanding opportunity for a London based project finance lawyer to help drive forward and spearhead this aspect of the firm’s clean energy and renewables practice in London. It has a well-established client base and platform from which to support and build your practice, combined with the opportunity to help shape and build one of the flagship practice areas for the firm.

The firm is looking to talk to ambitious lawyers operating in energy and renewables who are passionate about the renewables sector. You may be an established partner with an existing practice looking for a firm which is fully committed to investing in this area or an up and coming lawyer in this sector on the cusp of partnership. Either way the firm has an exciting opportunity to offer.

* Cayley Coughtrie is a recruitment consultancy specialising in legal recruitment primarily across London and the UK.

We are advertising this vacancy on behalf of one of our clients. It is our policy to respond to all applications which on paper meet our clients’ requirements within three working days. However, because of the volume of applications we receive it is not always possible to respond individually to everyone who applies. If we have not contacted you within five working days your application has been unsuccessful and your details have not been retained. This has no bearing on future applications and please feel free to apply for any other role you may see in the future which is relevant to your background and experience.

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