Private Practice

Associate - Structured Finance - CLO

Associate - Structured Finance - CLO

  • We are looking to recruit junior and mid-level transactional lawyers for our structured finance practice.
  • We are looking for individuals who are keen to expand and complement their existing skills and experience by working on a range of structured finance transactions, involving capital markets, securitisation, derivatives and banking technology.
  • One of the key parts of the role will involve working in the growing collateralised loan obligation (CLO) market.
  • The role will involve areas such as structured funding (secured or unsecured, and which may be on loan facility, capital markets or derivatives format) and liquidity/capital solutions.
  • Previous structured finance experience is desirable, but not a pre-requisite. You'll need sound experience of operating at associate level within a complex international organisation.

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