The jobholder will work as part of a team dedicated to the review and negotiation of capital markets, bank market and loan transactions where CTLA acts in a trustee, security trustee or security agent capacity; liaising with arrangers/lenders, external counsel and internal Group Legal, as required. The position will also involve managing (together with internal and external counsel and senior business managers where appropriate) post-closing amendments ranging from simple routine non-material waivers to defaults and enforcement situations and exercise of discretion.
The jobholder is expected to perform a professional review and negotiation of documentation regarding a portfolio of complex transactions, coordinating with external counsel, internal Group Legal teams, as appropriate.
A good understanding of our operational capacities, legal issues, reputation risks and an ability to identity areas of possible problems is required to ensure CTLA does not sign up to duties it cannot perform.
A strong sense of initiative and pro-activeness is required to manage different matters simultaneously.
Workload volume is generally fluctuating but can result in significant pressure on the jobholder's time management, who will have to exhibit excellent time management and prioritisation skills.
A flexible approach is required at all times.
CTLA operates in both the Debt Capital Markets and the Bank Debt Market and manages a mix of business generation, documentation, operation and relationship management/customer interface with a broad spectrum of globally based clients. Regular contact will be maintained with a very wide variety of both internal and external customers. The diversity of both customers and location requires the jobholder to be flexible, proactive and up to date on current market standards and practices.