Structured Finance Associate

Location
England, London
Salary
£50000 - £100000 per annum
Posted
21 Apr 2021
Closes
19 May 2021
Ref
47672
Contact
Matthew Walwyn
Job Title
Solicitor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Structured Finance Associate | 2 - 4 Years PQE | Central London

Our client, a large international firm situation in central London are seeking to appoint a Structured Finance Associate to join their expanding department on a permanent basis.

The successful candidate will draft sophisticated finance documents, research and keep up to date with the structured / alternative finance industry and review issues and provide professional advice both verbally and in writing to clients.

The ideal candidate will ideally be 2 - 4 years PQE with previous experience and proven knowledge of structured / alternative finance. Have a strong academic background with outstanding analytical ability, with exceptional written and verbal communication skills. You will be able to demonstrate leadership and initiative and display a genuine interest in client-centred practice.

Benefits:

* Excellent, competitive salary negotiable depending on experience

* Unlimited holidays

* Progression opportunities

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