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For an international client in Amsterdam, NL Juristen is looking for a

Trust Lawyer

As Trust Lawyer you are dedicated to a number of client relationships with the focus to support them with Corporate Services. You are part of a dedicated international client team and you have a delegated responsibility and challenge for keeping the client files in financial and legal good standing.

 

Job description:

  • Provide legal advice and support for clients – such as multinationals, investment funds and banks, private equity and hedge funds - relating to Dutch corporate law and international tax structuring;
  • Coordinate various (cross border) M&A transactions in close co-operation with the client and external (legal and tax) advisors;
  • Drafting and reviewing of corporate legal documents;
  • Ensure relevant rules and regulations (eg. AFM and DNB regulations);
  • Develop and extend your network with clients, external (legal and tax) advisors, regulatory bodies and other relevant third parties;
  • Use your network for commercial activities;
  • Pro-actively develop new legal products and improve legal templates and models;
  • Provide guidance and support and being a mentor for junior lawyers.

 

Requirements:

  • University degree in (Dutch) law (civil, notary or fiscal);
  • Circa min. 4-8 years relevant working experience;
  • Working experience as a Corporate Lawyer or Deputy Civil Law Notary is an advantage;
  • Knowledge of Dutch corporate law and regulations;
  • Excellent English written and verbal communication skills;
  • General interest in international structuring and business relations;
  • Commercial mind-set;
  • Excellent team player;
  • Other characteristics: accurate, able to meet tight deadlines, good organizational skills, good communication skills, hands-on, self-motivated and able to work both independently and as part of a team.

If you have any further interest, please send your CV to n.riviere@nljuristen.nl

 

Nummer:NR316
Datum: 6 nov 2018
Plaats/Regio:Amsterdam