Private Practice

Supervising Commodity Finance Associate

Supervising Commodity Finance Associate

  • We are seeking to recruit a supervising associate to work alongside the partners based in Bristol, London and the international Banking group.
  • The successful candidate will be afforded the opportunity to work on high quality transactional and general banking work within a collegiate and supportive team environment.
  • The features that mark us out from our competitors are: a reputation for attentive service, providing commercial solutions, the quality of our relationships with leading financial institutions; and a very strong commercial and investment bank based practice.
  • Our expertise includes acquisition and bid finance, real estate finance, structured finance, syndicated lending, secured lending, project finance, trade finance, asset finance and workouts and restructurings.
  • Candidates will ideally have some experience in trade and commodity finance (a mix of other finance experience will also be considered).

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