Private Practice

Legal Analyst, ALT Finance

Legal Analyst, ALT Finance

  • In this role, you'll assist the ALT Finance practice in relation to fee-earning work on a day-to day basis.
  • Typical tasks will include carrying out companies searches, due diligence reviews, proofreading, drafting first cuts of CP checklists and ancillary documents, and liaising with local counsel.
  • Furthermore, you'll generally assisting with other junior tasks in the context of finance transactions across various industries (with a strong emphasis on Aviation Finance and Real Estate Finance).
  • We require you to have excellent communication skills, including the ability to summarise legal or commercial issues succinctly verbally and in writing.
  • Our ALT Finance team works closely with our London, Paris and other international offices across the firm's network, providing high-quality transactional support on a broad and varied spectrum of finance work, including real estate finance, trade finance, acquisition finance, project finance, securitisations and, more recently, aviation finance.

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