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Current Roles

Business Development Assistant - Disputes + Regulatory/Private Wealth

The role of the Business Development Assistant (BDA) is to support the Business Development Manager (BDM) and the Business Development Executive (BDE) in the execution of marketing plans and campaigns and to help in the identification and creation of opportunities to win new business.

The role requires a flexible BDA who will primarily support the Disputes + Regulatory (60%)and Private Weatlh (40%) Groups. Support for other areas will be also be required as part of this role.

Key Tasks and Responsibilities (this is a broad but not exhaustive list):

  • Support the BDM and BDE on developing, reviewing and updating planning and budgeting materials, participating in meetings, amending documents
  • Supporting the BDM and BDE on the targeting (“pipeline”) process
  • Support the development of InterAction, our contact management system (e.g. mailing list cleansing) and being a ‘champion’ within the rest of the firm
  • Support the BDM and BDE on the pitching process, including statements of experience, client quotes/testimonials, basic research, organising meetings, partner and fee earner biographies and core factual/policy information. Develop and maintain the materials required to create these documents
  • Creating brochures, team sheets and other client facing materials, often at short notice
  • Produce, distribute, analyse and report on digital newsletters, legal updates and other direct mailings, working with the CRM team
  • Coordinating and producing relevant regular reports

For a full breakdown of the role please download our PDf job description.