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Today 09:09 AM
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Just work in any transactional team and apply lol. They are desperate for associates right now.
Really?? Do they usually not require a JD? And called to NY bar??
Today 06:50 AM
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LPC if remember correctly has accelerated version if you're sponsored by your firm. 7 months start to finish, full time, fail anything you lose your TC.
No only Slaughter and May does that. My firm had people who failed modules and they just retook during their TC.
Today 06:48 AM
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So how do i get from SG to NY???
Just work in any transactional team and apply lol. They are desperate for associates right now.
Today 01:52 AM
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Yup. Guess UK TC wins but the tax is a killer (how do you even get a banded rate of up to 40%?) I am absolutely appalled at their high income tax. NQ to NQ, the present Part B + PTC means it is one year. UK TC/SQE 2 years, LPC is one year full time. That's 3 years (correct me if I'm wrong).

So properly computed, Part B + PTC (1Y) = 2 Year SQE + 1 year LPC. SG NQ takes 1 year, UK takes 3 years hence UK NQ = 2 PQE for SG.

This *might* change in future. Who knows.
LPC if remember correctly has accelerated version if you're sponsored by your firm. 7 months start to finish, full time, fail anything you lose your TC.
Today 01:46 AM
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UK NQ seems now comparable to some of the top SG local rates post-tax.

I think London firms should move up their pay to cover rent and tax at least for foreign hires. Then again, if rent were an issue, it might be less competitive to hire a foreigner as opposed to a Londoner.
I think Singapore companies should move up their pay to cover rent and tax at least for CECA hires.

Some of yall just stealing oxygen from the rest of us, seriously
Yesterday 11:11 PM
Unregistered You all sleep under your desks? No need pay for mortgage? Work in UK need place to stay, work in SG don't need?
Yesterday 10:16 PM
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Yup. Guess UK TC wins but the tax is a killer (how do you even get a banded rate of up to 40%?) I am absolutely appalled at their high income tax. NQ to NQ, the present Part B + PTC means it is one year. UK TC/SQE 2 years, LPC is one year full time. That's 3 years (correct me if I'm wrong).

So properly computed, Part B + PTC (1Y) = 2 Year SQE + 1 year LPC. SG NQ takes 1 year, UK takes 3 years hence UK NQ = 2 PQE for SG.

This *might* change in future. Who knows.
UK NQ seems now comparable to some of the top SG local rates post-tax.

I think London firms should move up their pay to cover rent and tax at least for foreign hires. Then again, if rent were an issue, it might be less competitive to hire a foreigner as opposed to a Londoner.
Yesterday 10:11 PM
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Just some back-of-envelope calculations.

NQ pay at a MC firm is around 100k a year. Using s://.thesalarycalculator.co.uk/salary.php, take home is then around 5,500 a month (SGD 9,000 or so).

Apparently A&G pays 7,000 SGD gross for their NQs?

So you can afford to pay 2,000 SGD in rent as a UK NQ, and still have your NET pay be higher in the UK than the gross pay.


And this is not even taking into account that UK trainees are paid at 45-50 a year during their TC, while SG trainees get peanuts (or the different stages of the legal supply chain that Singapore firms and international firms sit).
Yup. Guess UK TC wins but the tax is a killer (how do you even get a banded rate of up to 40%?) I am absolutely appalled at their high income tax. NQ to NQ, the present Part B + PTC means it is one year. UK TC/SQE 2 years, LPC is one year full time. That's 3 years (correct me if I'm wrong).

So properly computed, Part B + PTC (1Y) = 2 Year SQE + 1 year LPC. SG NQ takes 1 year, UK takes 3 years hence UK NQ = 2 PQE for SG.

This *might* change in future. Who knows.
Yesterday 10:10 PM
Unregistered So how do i get from SG to NY???
Yesterday 10:07 PM
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linus choo is pretty solid
But he never give any extras that the others give lei.
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