Private Practice

Banking and Finance Solicitor

Banking and Finance Solicitor

  • About the team: The group has successfully grown over the last five years, and now incorporates a broad range of finance-related practice areas.
  • About the role: Our structured finance practice provides expertise in all aspects of structured finance transactions, including securitisations, structured products, cashflow financings, repackagings and asset-backed bonds.
  • Looking for: The ideal candidate will have significant structured finance and/or debt capital markets experience and will be eager to develop their expertise in this area.
  • Opportunities: Our team has an excellent reputation for producing strong lawyers who feel part of a cohesive, friendly and supportive team, and whose efforts are appreciated and rewarded by the firm.
  • And more: Recent deals include advising Goldman Sachs Private Capital in relation to a private securitisation, backed by bridging loans originated by Together Financial Services, trading as Together.

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