Corporate Securities and Capital Markets Attorney Job Description

United States

'This practice area of the Securities and Capital markets cover securities used to raise capital, holders of security who want to sell their securities and banks or investment banks that underwrite and sell securities. Typically, the entities that issue the securities are corporations, limited liability companies, limited partnerships, individuals who hold mutual funds and/or exchange traded funds (ETFs), grantor trusts, or real estate investment trusts (REITs). These entities can be based in the U.S. or abroad.

Here are a few sample corporate securities and capital markets attorney job descriptions:

Corporate (Securities and Capital Markets) Attorney

The candidate must be a mid-level associate having 3-5 years of top-tier law firm experience in securities (including SEC reporting and national securities exchange compliance), capital markets and corporate finance, corporate governance, M&A, and private equity/venture capital financing matters.'

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