Secured Transactions Resource Attorney (NYC).604
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- Secured Transactions Resource Attorney (NYC).604
A prestigious, global law firm is seeking a Secured Transactions Resource Attorney for their Debt Finance Practice in New York City. The compensation is $120K-$160K and is a great opportunity for an experienced Secured Transactions Associate who thrives on working on sophisticated transactions but seeks a balanced lifestyle. A transcript is required with all resume submissions.
The Secured Transactions Resource Attorney will be supervised by and work closely with senior lawyers who specialize in secured transactions and will assist with financial institutions and Latin American groups. Additional duties include the following:
- Drafting and reviewing various collateral and security documentation (including, but not limited to, perfection certificates, intercompany notes, stock powers and allonges, IP short form security agreements, control agreements and collateral schedules)
- Performing due diligence on collateral
- Coordinating with domestic and foreign local counsel on the negotiation of local-law collateral documentation and related workstreams
- Drafting and coordinating post-closing collateral documentation (including, but not limited to, joinders of new loan parties and supplemental collateral documentation and annual perfection certificate updates)
- Reviewing and coordinating UCC lien searches and financing statements, termination statements and continuations
- Assisting the deal teams in reviewing and drafting pledge and security agreements and credit agreement provisions relating to collateral, as needed
- Working with junior associates with respect to their responsibilities in relation to the foregoing tasks
Minimum of 3-4 years of relevant corporate experience (Debt Finance secured transactions experience strongly preferred)
New York Bar with excellent credentials
Ability to communicate effectively, as well as possess strong client service skills.
Frink-Hamlett Legal Solutions is an equal employment opportunity employer and all applicants will receive consideration for employment without discrimination based on race, color, creed, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation or citizenship status.