Private Practice

Associate - Structured Finance

Associate - Structured Finance

  • Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer is a major international law firm, providing business law advice of the highest quality. We want to be the law firm that clients turn to for legal advice where it most matters, wherever in the world that may be.
  • You will be advising clients on legal and commercial issues and structuring transactions, in addition to drafting/negotiating transaction documents and opinions.
  • As well as actively participating in business development activities, you will be training/managing trainees/junior lawyers.
  • You will be an organised effective communicator with superb written and verbal skills.
  • You will be a self-motivated top quality lawyer with excellent technical and commercial skills.

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