Clients today need flexible resourcing solutions to
meet the changing demands of the marketplace. Simmons & Simmons
has always been willing to adapt and embrace new forms of service
delivery to meet changing client demands. Simmons Adaptive is a
flexible resourcing solution to meet client requirements at the same
high quality you expect from Simmons & Simmons. We understand
that our firm is equal only to the strengths of our people and place
great emphasis on recruiting and retaining staff who meet our high
As an Adaptive consultant, you will be fully supported
by the Simmons & Simmons team with a sponsoring Partner and a
client team with whom we would encourage you to engage on a regular
basis. You will have access to the firm’s resources and know- how
and have the opportunity to be involved in training and development
at the Firm.
Main purpose of the role:
Simmons Adaptive are keen to speak to Consultant
Lawyers with experience working on IBOR Projects. During the
remediation phase of LIBOR, Adaptive are expecting resourcing needs
within this area, therefore are keen to are keen to onboard
consultants with this experience.
Qualified Lawyer with experience of working within
large scale regulatory change.
A mix of Private Practice and In House would be
beneficial, however experience solely in either will be
Training from a top tier firm in either Banking,
Structured Finance, Derivatives or Financial Services Regulatory.
Upward of 2 PQE
Experience of either leading an IBOR / Regulatory
change project or working on a large scale repapering exercise.
Available within Q4 2020
Ability to work autonomously but can also collaborate
effectively as part of the wider team
Simmons & Simmons is a leading international law
firm, providing clients with commercially aware legal advice,
whenever and wherever they need it. We have over 1,600 people
situated in key business and financial centres across Europe, the
Middle East, and Asia.
We are committed to promoting equality
and diversity in the firm and to equal opportunities in
We believe in equality of opportunity regardless of
race or racial group (including colour, nationality, ethnicity,
national origins), religion or belief, age, disability, sexual
orientation, sex, gender re-assignment and gender identity,
marriage and civil partnership, and pregnancy, maternity and
paternity. This also includes any incidents of perceptive or
associative discrimination and harassment.
At Simmons & Simmons we seek to attract and retain talented people from a
diverse range of backgrounds and cultures, to create an exciting
and rewarding place to work. We are supportive of flexible
working arrangements wherever possible and we would encourage you
to discuss this with us, should this be something you are
All recruits of Simmons & Simmons will be required
to go through our background screening process. Depending on the
position you apply for this may include a Disclosure & Barring
Service (DBS) certificate. We undertake not to discriminate
unfairly against any subject of a DBS certificate on the basis of a
conviction or other information revealed. The firm’s policy on the
recruitment of ex-offenders is available on request.