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  • Location:


  • Sector:

    Structured Finance, Securitisation

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  • Salary:


  • Contact:

    Anna Craig

  • Contact email:

  • Contact phone:

    0207 400 2000

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  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

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  • Startdate:

    2021-09-15 00:00:00

Our client is a global UK law firm currently looking to recruit a Securitisation Lawyer with 3 years+ PQE to join their team in London. 
The ideal candidate will have a background in receivables finance, securitisation or other similar asset backed financial products, candidates with a general Banking background are also encouraged to apply.  Some knowledge of more general banking / LMA work is essential, and training on the other products can be provided.
The team advises a broad range of funders and borrowers on a wide variety of financing transactions. They act for all the UK clearing banks, a number of other European and investment banks, independent financiers and investment funds on all types of facilities across securitisation (private or public), receivables finance, asset finance, asset backed securities, debt capital markets work and derivatives.  They also act for many borrowers/issuers/originators, from listed companies to smaller enterprises, on their financings.
Candidates must be technically excellent but equally important, commercially aware and enthusiastic about business development.  They will be a team player with a strong client focussed approach and excellent communication and organisational skills.  
For more information about this role or to apply, please email Anna Craig at

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