We're Norton Rose Fulbright - a global law firm with over 50 offices and 7,000 employees worldwide.
As well as the relevant skills and experience, we're looking for people who are innovative, commercial and value the work that they do. We celebrate multiple approaches and points of view and believe diversity drives innovation, so we're building a culture where difference is valued. Our office is based right next to Tower Bridge and within striking distance of The City and although we are all working remotely currently, longer term we are proud to offer a hybrid working model retaining the best elements of remote and in-office working to create a culture of high performance though flexibility and encouraging a healthy work/life balance of working arrangements.
The wider team is made up of four practice areas: capital markets, securitisation / structured finance, derivatives and corporate trustee.
The DCM and Corporate Trustee teams advise sovereign, quasi-sovereign and corporate issuers, investment banks, dealers, and trustees on the entire spectrum of cross-border debt capital markets transactions (including Shariah-compliant structures) in a broad range of transactions under English, New York and Canadian law, including high-yield, investment grade and sovereign debt (in both public and private transactions and in both programme and stand-alone form), exchangeable and convertible bonds, commercial paper programmes, exchange offers, tender offer and consent solicitations, as well as debt restructurings. The team's experience extends to debt issues under Canada's Multijurisdictional Disclosure System (adopted by the US SEC and Canadian securities regulatory authorities) and debt offerings registered with the US SEC.
The Securitisation team advises arrangers, funders, originators, service providers, trustees and insurers (both private and public sector) on a wide spectrum of securitisation, warehousing and covered bond transactions. Asset classes on which we frequently advise include residential mortgages, business lending, lease receivables, consumer receivables, trade receivables and whole business securitisations. Our practice is evenly split between UK based and international clients.
A rare opportunity to join the London office of a premier firm as a part-time knowledge lawyer specialising in DCM and / or Securitisation. The role will allow a collaborative team player to work alongside other knowledge lawyers in a wider know-how community as part of a fast-paced, intellectually rigorous team in a busy, structured, supportive and dynamic environment. The role will involve:
Skills and Experience Required
Our clients come first and whilst we have a high performance culture and work hard as a team, in return we offerrange of competitive benefits including:
In addition, we are proud of our established health and wellbeing programme which supports our employees through mental, physical and lifestyle challenges.
Norton Rose Fulbright is committed to promoting a diverse workforce and an inclusive workplace where everyone can realise their full potential and career ambitions on the basis of merit and skill. We offer a range of family friendly and inclusive employment policies, flexible working arrangements, and employee networks.Find more about Diversity and Inclusion .Share this job