Here are a few sample banking partner job descriptions:
The candidate will help provide a full range of services to issuers and underwriters in a variety of offerings and work on domestic transactions such as public acquisitions, spin-offs, private equity transactions, and joint ventures. Should have 7 - 19 years of experience in capital markets and M&A. Must possess exceptional academic and professional credentials, a strong sense of practical judgment, and an engaging and well-rounded personality.
Cross-Border Finance and Banking Partner
The candidate will be working in conjunction with international partners who conduct international business transactions and need a banking/finance practice as support. Must have an understanding of Latin America culture, people and practice.
The candidate must be either specialist or generalist to work with the team in forging further new relationships from existing and new clients.
The candidate will be working alongside Legal500 and Chambers ranked Partners where will be acting from for a range of clients and focused on the best results to achieve business objectives. Should have 5+ years of experience within Banking and Finance. Experience within Property Finance would be an additional advantage. Excellent Academics is required.
The candidate should ideally have Chinese language skills, to advise on a range of banking/lending/structured finance matters. Must have experience in syndicated and bilateral secured and unsecured lending for banks and financial institutions, corporate and institutional borrowers.
Banking Partner / Senior Associate
The candidate will manage a broad ranging banking role offering support to leading banks and financial institutions on a range of corporate and property finance transactions, and insolvency and restructuring related work.
The candidate should have strong transactional background. Must have an excellent technical background within corporate banking and have had exposure to some or all of the following: syndicated and bilateral lending transactions; secured and unsecured facilities; priorities and intercreditor arrangements; property finance; development finance; acquisition and leveraged finance; asset finance; restructure of financing.
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