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Miami office of our client seeks junior bank finance attorney with 1-3 years of transactions experience. The candidate will work with all the finance partners and with teams based in other offices and thereby gain diverse experience in multi-jurisdictional transactions and in all the legal areas of the office (ECM, DCM, financial restructuring and insolvency, corporate). Will provide client with practical solutions to complex concerns in evolving global financial markets. Advise on high-profile deals, playing major roles in many of the most groundbreaking leveraged finance transactions and benefit from working closely with the corresponding and integrated global Capital Markets and mergers and acquisitions practices. Drafting, reviewing and negotiating primary loan and security documentation and ancillary deliverables. Conducting brief or somewhat more complex research, depending on client needs. Managing deal teams and processes from initial discussions through closing and post-closing matters. Managing and conducting due diligence. Primary point of contact for clients, opposing counsel and other transactional legal teams. Assisting clients with ongoing deal administration including joinders, amendments, interpretive questions, collateral matters. Providing direct assistance to senior lawyers on matters arising in the course of day-to-day provision of legal services to leading international and domestic corporate clients. Attending and presenting educational seminars. Exercising good judgment in internal and external written and verbal communications. Mentoring and training of junior team-members and attendance at, and participation in, continuing education classes and client development initiatives. Should have interest in domestic and cross-border financing transactions. Fluency in English is needed. International experience is a plus. Must be Admitted to the Bar and in good standing NY, FL or CA (or eligible therefore), as applicable. Good understanding of transaction structures and multi-jurisdictional security concerns is essential. Knowledge of credit agreements, commitment letters, term sheets, security documentation and other ancillary credit documentation and experience reviewing and revising the same is needed. Experience drafting and negotiating legal opinions, security and guaranty documents is essential. Experience managing due diligence teams and transaction processes is needed. Working understanding of Articles 8 and 9 of the UCC is required.
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