Private Practice

Associate, Banking, Fund Finance

Associate, Banking, Fund Finance

  • Ashurst are currently seeking a mid-senior level Banking Associate to join our Funds Finance team in London
  • Our Funds Finance team represents almost all of the leading lenders in this space and a number of funds
  • Our work ranges from small bilateral facilities to large syndicated facilities, with lending in the billions and multiple lenders
  • Strong general banking experience required, in particular in fund finance
  • Experience of drafting, reviewing and negotiating legal documents and agreements in a private practice environment also required

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