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Leveraged Lending Attorney Duties: Provide transactional support for the loan origination product. Review and negotiate commitment letters and engagement letters and advise on various lending agreements, including secured and unsecured credit facilities, bridge financings, and syndicated financings and participations, and credit enhancement products, such as letters of credit and liquidity support documents. Assist with loan secondary trading documentation such as assignment and participation agreements. Coordinate and manage relationships with outside counsel supporting corporate lending transactions. Provide transactional and support to General Counsel colleagues on transactions and initiatives that involve banking products. Provide legal and regulatory advice in connection with new business initiatives that involve banking products. Provide legal advice on cross-border and emerging markets lending activities. Work closely with Regional Oversight, general counsel management, credit risk management, general counsel colleagues and Compliance colleagues on any issues involving bank regulators. Monitor and comment on legislative and regulatory proposals and judicial developments. Work with Compliance to develop policies and procedures to proactively address business and industry changes. Conduct, together with Compliance colleagues, the Firmâ€™s legal and compliance training programs for corporate banking employees and other employees requiring training in bank regulatory matters. Participate in industry working groups, including the Loan Syndications and Trading Association (LSTA).
Qualification and Experience
The candidate should be a qualified U.S. Lawyer with 10+ years of corporate transactional experience (preferably with a primary focus on corporate banking matters) with a prominent U.S. law firm and/or investment or commercial bank. Excellent scholastic achievement at a major U.S. law school. Member of New York Bar. Strong negotiating, drafting and interpersonal skills and be willing to assume significant responsibility, including interaction with Credit Suisseâ€™s senior management and other members of the general counsel division.
Job ID 110489
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