Private Practice
  • Our approach combines a deep understanding of our clients' businesses, markets and sectors with high calibre expertise, straight talking advice and a collaborative team culture.
  • We would like to recruit an associate to work alongside Clive Smith* in our London office. You will cover a mixed workload of transactional asset finance matters, with rolling stock finance being a particular speciality.
  • You will cover a mixed workload of transactional asset finance matters, with rolling stock finance being a particular speciality. This role will give real insight into the asset finance and rail industries and will suit someone who likes to find practical solutions to solve complex problems.
  • You will have at least two years of Asset Finance experience, ideally with some experience in the rail sector, gained within a comparable environment and an appropriate level.
  • You will have clear understanding and working experience of the operation and structure of a leading law firm and the needs of the clients of a top-flight team.

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