Private Practice

Securitisation Associate

Securitisation Associate

  • We are looking to recruit experienced transactional lawyers for our structured finance practice.
  • Applicants would ideally have experience in asset-backed or other secured lending (such as real estate finance or project finance). Applicants would ideally have experience of drafting and negotiating transactions.
  • Associates are encouraged to do client secondments. There are secondment opportunities with leading investment banks, funds and private equity houses.
  • Our securitisation practice is a global leader, with expertise throughout the securitisation spectrum.
  • Our experience includes advising all parties on precedent-setting transactions involving all asset classes, including residential mortgages, commercial mortgages, consumer loans, corporate loans (including CLOs), auto loans and leases, trade receivables, public sector, project finance and infrastructure.

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