Shipping Finance lawyer 2+ years PQE LONDON

Location
London (Central), London (Greater)
Salary
to £105,000
Posted
30 Sep 2021
Closes
28 Oct 2021
Ref
NL004300
Job Title
Lawyer
Practice Area
Asset Finance, Shipping
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

London law firm which is listed in the directories for the work it does in Shipping law is looking to recruit a Shipping Finance lawyer of 2 or more years’ PQE. The firm has a large, dedicated Maritime legal practice with a presence in many of the major shipping centres across the world. The Assets & Structured Finance group acts for all parties involved in financing transactions: lessors, lessees, arrangers, lenders, borrowers, trustees and others. They advise on all aspects of asset financing including: • operating leases • sale and purchase of leasing companies • sale and purchase of lease and shipping portfolios • vendor leasing documentation including lease/rental agreements and programme agreements receivables financing • currency swaps and other hedging arrangements • asset sale and purchase • export credit backed financing • project and asset financing • cross border leasing, etc, etc.

We are keen to hear from Shipping Finance lawyers who are qualified as a solicitor in England & Wales (or another common-law jurisdiction) and have proven technical skills in non-contentious shipping/offshore financing and related transactions. You will have a well-practiced understanding of the maritime sector and have relevant and significant experience of acting on major, multi-party transactions, domestically or internationally or both.

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