Private Practice

Structured Finance Associate

Structured Finance Associate

  • We have an opening for a Structured Finance lawyer. Experience gained within a top-tier firm is preferred.
  • The successful candidate will have outstanding technical skills, together with the ability to build relationships with clients and colleagues and work well in a team.
  • The ideal candidate will have between two and six years post qualification experience (or equivalent experience) and have experience and/or a strong interest in Structured Finance work.
  • In return, Hogan Lovells offers excellent training and development, a superb working environment together with a competitive salary and benefits package.
  • Our people are the key to our success, which is why we seek to recruit and retain the most talented individuals in all regions of our global practice.

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