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Securitisation Professional Support Lawyer

Securitisation Professional Support Lawyer

  • The International Capital Markets (ICM) Securitisation department are looking to recruit a Professional Support Lawyer, who can develop and maintain know-how resources, and design and deliver training sessions.
  • You'll also monitor developments in the law and practice relating to Securitisation and act as a contact for Securitisation know-how enquiries world-wide.
  • Candidates will ideally be 4+ years qualified with experience of Securitisation and/or mainstream capital markets transactions.
  • This position will be on a 6-month fixed term contract, and will report to the ICM Know-How & Training Partner and Securitisation partners.
  • You must also have technical competence in Securitisation law as expected at level of qualification.

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