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Knowledge Lawyer – Securitisation and Derivatives (12-month FTC; 3-day week)

Knowledge Lawyer – Securitisation and Derivatives (12-month FTC; 3-day week)

  • Freshfields is seeking a Knowledge Lawyer (maternity cover) to support its global securitisation practice and its global derivatives & structured products practice.
  • We advise borrowers, lead arrangers and other parties on the full range of transactions in the term, secured corporate bond and conduit markets.
  • The Knowledge Lawyer will be part of the London Corporate Finance team which, in addition to securitisation and derivatives & structured products, has a focus on debt capital markets, investment grade lending and real estate finance.
  • In addition to supporting the partners and other fee earners working in the securitisation and derivatives & structured products practices, the Knowledge Lawyer’s role will also be external-facing, identifying opportunities for client-facing knowledge products and producing thought leadership pieces.
  • You should have a high level of relevant successful experience either as a fee-earner or a knowledge management lawyer/professional support lawyer.

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