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Debt Capital Markets 5+ PQE – Path to Partnership

Reference: BD8301EG
Job type: Permanent
Location: UK - London
Practice areas:
Banking/Finance
Banking/Finance - Capital Markets
A leading City firm with international offices is seeking an ambitious adept Debt Capital Markets lawyer to work directly with newly hired, top rated, partner. The new team will focus on Issuers who are seeking an alternative to Magic Circle and US Firms on more vanilla public debt issues by domestic issuers and there is therefore huge potential as the team grows, to make the case for partnership.

You will have at least 5 years PQE and be working at a leading firm. You must have strong DCM experience including social housing finance and more general secured bonds and structured issues, solid training and experience of advising on a variety of domestic listed debt capital market issues. For a blocked senior associate, then, this is a unique opportunity to ensure you play an integral part in the growth of the team, be highly involved in client development and find your platform for progression.

Apply online or contact BEN DANIELS at ben.daniels@edwardsgibson.com or +44 207 153 4903 to find out more about this or similar opportunities.

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