Corporate Affairs Trainee

Company Description

Launched in 1998, this pioneering British-born brand has specialised in creating amazing experiences and unforgettable memories - from hotels, city breaks and holidays to theatre, entertainment and spa days. Experts in brightening up online travel, is among the worldwide leaders in the field, helping hundreds of thousands of customers every year find, and do, "whatever makes them pink".

At the heart of our culture is a commitment of inclusion across race, gender, age sexual orientation, religion, gender identity or expression and accessibility. We strongly believe in an equal opportunity space, which is welcoming and celebrates the uniqueness of everyone who works here. We value different lived experiences and respect viewpoints, as we know unicity drives innovation. We want to make sure our people reflect the communities across the world we help travel.

Job Description

We are looking for a Corporate Affairs trainee that can join our Legal department.

Key Responsibilities

  • assisting the organisation of board and shareholders meetings for each subsidiary of group (e.g. scheduling, call notices, first draft of minutes and filing);
  • first drafting of powers of attorney/proxies and confidentiality agreements;
  • assistance to the corporate affairs team in specific corporate transactions (e.g. audit, M&A, due diligence, new-co incorporations, shares/assets deals etc.);
  • cooperation with finance dept. for annual accounts approval processes and assistance to the corporate affairs team for the relevant follow-up activities;
  • assistance for anti-money laundering directive representations and similar mandatory fulfilments;
  • support for the related parties mapping process and any activity linked to SIX Swiss Exchange fulfilments, e.g. insider trading regulations and code of conduct rules;
  • managing administrative internal processes linked to the ordinary business of the corporate affairs department (e.g. purchase orders, confidential signatures collections, insider trading mapping)


  • Preferably at least 1-year experience in law firm and/or in a company legal department
  • Fluent in English and Italian language
  • Thorough and meticulous with extreme attention to detail
  • Proactive team player
  • Self-motivated, tenacious, uses initiative and problem solver
  • Work to tight deadlines with a can-do attitude
  • Strong communicator internal / external