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in house lawyer - Debt capital markets and structured products

  • Location: London
  • Salary: Dependant on experience
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: 166701/rg
  • Sector: Banking, Insurance , Other Financial Services
Job Description

An innovative financial services institution is seeking a lawyer with strong DCM and structured products experience for a key role within their corporate bank. This is an established legal team with exposure to senior stakeholders across the business.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Assisting with the preparation and execution of transaction documentation 
  • Advising on wholesale debt issuances and capital raising activities for the treasury function and advising the capital markets team in regards to wholesale debt issuances
  • Drafting and reviewing documents in relation to structured product issuances, distribution agreements, general commercial agreements and documents that will relate to launches of structured products ​

As a qualified lawyer between 1 and 5 years PQE you will have proven DCM and structured products experience and have a good working knowledge of the documents related to these areas. You will have strong academics and have trained at a top city law firm. It would be helpful if you had some in-house experience either via secondment or an in-house position but this is not essential. You will have strong communication skills as you will be dealing with senior stakeholders on a regular basis and you will be comfortable managing multiple projects at one time. This role comes with a competitive package and a best in class name on the CV.

For more information please contact Rebecca Garland via rg@barclaysimpson.com

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