Private Practice

Banking Associate - Leveraged Finance

Banking Associate - Leveraged Finance

  • Linklaters' Banking group is recognised as a leading international practice and acts for financial institutions, funds and major corporates on a broad range of transactions.
  • You'll need to analyse market precedents, and advise on what is standard and what is not; build and maintain co-operative, communicative relationships with the client team; and keep up-to-date with market developments and their implications, among other responsibilities.
  • A key part of the role is exceeding client expectations by anticipating their needs and resolving problems.
  • Candidates will ideally have experience in Leveraged Finance, including incurrence technology.
  • Our leveraged finance team is known for being solution-driven and commercially aware. It represents the pre-eminent creditors and debtors in the European, Asian and US markets.

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