Private Practice

Associate – Infrastructure Finance

Associate – Infrastructure Finance

  • Shearman & Sterling’s brownfield infrastructure team is part of the project development and finance group and is recognised as one of the leading global practices.
  • As a firm, we are noted for our expertise in infrastructure finance and our ability to advise on bespoke complex transactions.
  • Your responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, advising clients on a wide range of matters, with a particular focus on infrastructure finance (both bank and institutional funding). Associates work in a collegiate environment, for a range of partners, and can expect a good variety of work.
  • You will have evidence of a keen interest in infrastructure allied to strong technical knowledge.
  • You will also have commerciality and demonstrable business development experience.

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