At Lloyds Banking Group, we're driven by a clear purpose - to help Britain prosper. Across the Group, our colleagues are focused on making a difference to customers, businesses and communities.
Could you help us make this possible?
In this pensions legal role, you'll deliver a range of high quality legal advice and assistance which meets the commercial and strategic needs of various business areas within the Insurance & Wealth Division.
Want to know more?
You'll be providing general legal advice to all Life & Pensions business areas to ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements with specific responsibility for pensions law including;
- Assisting with the negotiating, drafting and reviewing of a wide variety of pension documentation including pension scheme rules, booklets and product terms
- Managing the legal risks within significant, strategically important corporate programmes/projects and products
- Keeping up to date with changes in the law and legal impact of regulatory changes with particular emphasis on pensions legislation and where applicable ensure team do likewise
- Producing legal reporting to line management as required
- Managing external lawyers and controlling external legal spend
So what about you?
You'll have a very good knowledge of the legal, regulatory and statutory requirements relating to pensions. Additionally you'll be a lawyer with pension law experience gained either in practice or industry. You'll also have experience of advising senior management of blue chip organisations on the mitigation of legal risks.
Industry experience is preferred but not essential.
What will you get in return?
You'd get a benefits package that includes:
- A discretionary performance related bonus
- Generous pension contribution
- 30 Days leave plus bank holidays
- Private health cover
We're dedicated to giving you opportunities and support to develop you both expertly and personally to optimise your potential.
As a new colleague, you'll join us on our journey to build a 21st century bank that reflects modern Britain, and craft an inclusive culture where all colleagues feel encouraged and valued.
We're committed to building a workforce which reflects the diversity of the customers and communities we serve, and to building an inclusive environment where all our colleagues can be themselves and succeed on merit. We support the principles of agile working and are happy to consider flexible working arrangements. We're an equal opportunity employer and deeply value diversity within our organisation.
Together we make it possible.
This role will ideally be based in Edinburgh however there is a degree of flexibility on the location; predominantly we're looking for people with the skillsets above. The broad base salary banding across the UK is from £61,700pa to £72,000pa.