DCM Associate

London (Central), London (Greater)
19 Aug 2019
18 Oct 2019
Role Classification
Contract Type
Experience Level
2-5yrs PQE

The Team

The wider team is made up of four practice areas: capital markets, securitisation / structured finance, derivatives and corporate trustee.

The DCM team advises 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 DCM team has a reputation for excellent client service, breadth and versatility and high competence. Its clients are across Europe, Asia and Africa – particularly in the emerging markets.

The Role 

We are currently seeking to expand with the hire of a mid-level Associate. The role will allow a collaborative team player to work as part of a fast-paced, intellectually rigorous team in a busy, structured, supportive and dynamic environment. The candidate will work on a variety of matters including stand-alone issuances (debut and secondary), liability management transactions programmes. The work will involve both writing and due diligencing disclosure as well as drafting and reviewing a broad range of contractual documentation.

Skills and Experience Required 

The ideal candidate will have: 

  • Qualified as a solicitor in England & Wales (although candidates with experience in certain other jurisdictions will also be considered)
  • Trained at a top tier UK or US firm
  • A strong academic record
  • A keen eye for detail
  • Willingness to travel to emerging market jurisdictions and work on a wide variety of transactions
  • A “can do” attitude, with a willingness to learn and accept new challenges
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Strong commercial acumen 

At Norton Rose Fulbright we welcome receiving direct candidate applications via our careers page. 

If you would like to ask any specific questions beforehand, please contact Kirran Gill at kirran.gill@nortonrosefulbright.com


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