Lawyer Assistant, Geneva


We are looking for an assistant to join our Banking & Finance Group in Geneva (80%-100% - Entry date to be discussed but no later than the 1st of October).

Your assignments and tasks will include:

  • Managing of client files (from opening new mandates to archiving);
  • Typing, drafting and proofreading correspondence;
  • Preparation and layout of correspondence as well as presentation supports;
  • Organization of business trips, meetings with clients and conferences;
  • Interacting with clients, third-parties and authorities;
  • Compliance reviews as part of conflict check researches;

and in general, all the administrative activities inherent to the proper functioning of the Banking & Finance Group in Geneva.

We are looking for candidates to meet the following criteria:

  • You hold a Federal Certificate of Proficiency in Commercial Business (CFC) and have a few years of work experience as an assistant in a challenging environment;
  • You are fluent in English and in French with excellent spelling in both languages (additional language is an asset);
  • You are fully at ease with the usual computer tools (Word, Outlook, Excel, Powerpoint);
  • You are well organized, rigorous, and precise;
  • You have a positive attitude and are client-oriented;
  • You have a good sense of anticipation and are a team-player.

Sabrina Palmas looks forward to receiving your full application (CV, cover letter, work certificates and/or reference letters), by e-mail only (


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