Private Practice

Aviation Finance Solicitor

Aviation Finance Solicitor

  • We are looking to recruit a specialist aviation finance lawyer into our finance practice group in the London office.
  • This role focuses on sale and leasebacks, financing, refinancing, sales, purchases, lease agreements, novations, supply and maintenance services, private equity and restructurings and sale and leasebacks acting for airlines, aircraft operating lessors, engine manufacturers and financial intuitions on complex domestic, cross-border and multi-jurisdictional transactions involving both commercial and business aircraft, aero engines and components.
  • The clients vary from airlines/flag carriers to leasing companies to financial institutions/lenders.
  • Specific work will include transaction and document management, complex drafting, client management, and negotiation of transaction documentation.
  • We require at least 6 months - 4 years of relevant aviation finance experience for this role.

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