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Acquisition and Leveraged Finance Associate

Acquisition and Leveraged Finance Associate

  • About the firm: The practice advises both lenders and borrowers (including financial sponsors) on the financing of domestic and cross-border acquisitions, particularly leveraged acquisitions.
  • About the role: The team regularly acts for direct lending funds as well as banks and has been at the forefront of the market in advising on structures such as unitranche and first out/last out.
  • Looking for: The successful candidate will have outstanding technical skills, together with the ability to build relationships with clients and colleagues and work well in a team.
  • Opportunities: Hogan Lovells offers excellent training and development, a superb working environment together with a competitive salary and benefits package.
  • And more: Our goal is to embed flexibility across our business by giving everyone the opportunity to work in an agile way, whether as a regular pattern or on an ad hoc basis, and we will be happy to discuss this further.

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