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Corporate Finance Associate (JD Class 2013 - 2018) - NYC/DC

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Corporate Finance Associate (JD Class 2013 - 2018) - NYC/DC
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New York,  NY
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Corporate Finance Associate (JD Class 2013 - 2018) - NYC/DC

A prestigious law firm located in New York City seeks to hire a Corporate Finance Associate (JD Class 2013 - 2018) to join a diverse corporate practice with a focus on transactional finance in its New York City or Washington DC office.  Salary is open depending upon experience.

Primary Duties

  • Represent financial institutions, corporate borrowers, and private equity firms in a wide range of banking and finance transactions, including cross-border. These transactions include secured and unsecured commercial lending, project financing, acquisition financing, energy and utility financings
  • Draft and negotiate loan documentation (including credit agreements – syndicated and bilateral, term and revolving, single and multi-tranche; guarantees; security agreements; account control agreements; inter-creditor agreements; subordination agreements; and pledge agreements) and legal opinions
  • Conduct regulatory due diligence
  • Conduct legal research and analysis
  • Review U.S. corporate documents in the context of lending transactions
  • Communicate and correspond with colleagues, clients and other counsel

Requirements

  • JD degree required (JD Class 2013 - 2018).  Must be admitted to practice law in the State of New York and/or District of Columbia
  • Stellar law firm employment history (limited changes since graduation)
  • Must have extensive transactional banking (including secured lending), debt capital markets, private placement financing and 144A debt financing experience, including familiarity with bond indentures
  • Prior finance experience representing financial institutions, private equity firms and corporate borrowers
  • Prior experience executing finance-related transactions, including commercial lending, project finance, acquisition finance, energy and utility finance
  • Prior experience in drafting and negotiating loan documentation, legal opinions, closing certificates, authorizing board resolutions and other customary closing documents; experience with indenture and 144A debt offers

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