Corporate Finance - Associate (Mid-Level) - NY
The New York Corporate group is looking for an experienced corporate finance associate with 2-6 years of credit, banking and finance experience.
The ideal candidate should have substantial experience in lender and/or borrower-side financings, with experience in syndicated credit facilities, acquisition financings and asset-based lending. Candidates should have experience drafting, reviewing and revising credit agreements, debt commitment letters, security agreements and closing deliverables, including secretary’s certificates, resolutions, schedules and exhibits. Experience in representing private equity sponsors and portfolio companies would be beneficial.
Candidates should possess a strong academic background and superior drafting and negotiation skills, be willing to take on significant responsibility for deal management, client interaction and work product, and be diligent, proactive, supportive and team oriented, and admitted to the New York bar.
Practice Group Overview
Greenberg Traurig’s Finance Practice represents clients in a variety of regulatory and domestic and international financing matters. Our experience spans an array of industries and types of collateral, including energy, natural resources, health care, food and agribusiness, retail, media/telecom, transportation, fine art, technology, and gaming, among others. Our experience and understanding of market standards and the expectations and concerns of lenders contribute to our efficient and effective delivery of legal advice to borrowers and lenders.
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