Location: Munich

You want to spur your career in the Finance and IT industry? We at CRX Markets are constantly seeking creative thinkers. We are offering the possibility to step up your professional development through hands-on experience in a state-of-the-art FinTech environment. With our product, a bank-independent marketplace for working capital financing, we’ve already attracted some of the largest multinational corporates. But to stay ahead of the game, we need to continue driving innovation by hiring highly motivated talents.

Your Role
  • Work on corporate law questions, with a focus on capital market law, commercial law and securities trading law
  • Answer general questions concerning civil and contractual law
  • Perform tasks with regards to banking supervisory law, regulatory topics (e.g. KWG), compliance and corporate governance (e.g. GWG, BDSG)
Your Profile
  • Law student, completed at least six semesters
  • Focus on civil and commercial law, ideally first theoretical experience with trade, capital markets, corporate and labor law
  • Experience in similar field preferable
  • Interested in corporate finance and economic relationships
  • Native German with fluent knowledge in English
Our Offer

This position provides the opportunity to be part of a great team in a high-paced FinTech environment. You get the unique chance to push your career gaining first-hand business experience from a network of the most innovative and capable minds in the German FinTech industry. The position is vacant as of now. The assignment for a Working Student will be 10-20 hours per week.

Are you up for the challenge? Please upload your documents including CV, cover letter and your earliest possible starting date using our online application form: www.crxmarkets.com/careers/#apply

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