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Associate Recruitment for Cahill’s London Leveraged Finance Practice

Late last year Cahill, the No.1 lender side leveraged finance advisor in the US, expanded its finance offering in London with the launch of an English law finance practice and additional New York law finance capability. Further hires have been made this year at both partner and associate level and the London finance practice now comprises of six partners plus a team of experienced associates primarily with Magic Circle/US Elite firm backgrounds. The team has extensive experience in the European loan and high yield markets and primarily focuses on representing lenders on European and cross border transactions in both the syndicated and private credit spaces.

The London practice is now looking for additional English law and US law qualified associates to join this rapidly growing and dynamic team. Ideal candidates for the English law loans practice will have between 1-4 years of experience in European leveraged finance and ideal candidates for the US high yield practice will have between 1-2 years of experience in European leveraged finance. 

Candidates must have strong organizational skills and a desire to get involved in business development. They will be team players and self-starters looking to thrive in an environment where they can make a genuine difference. Candidates will be offered excellent training in leveraged finance and the opportunity to work in a genuinely integrated loan and bond practice. 

About Cahill’s Capital Markets & Lending Practice

To learn more about our market-leading leveraged finance practice, please click here.

About the London Team

For further information on the London team and its recent expansion, please click here.

Applications / Further Information

If you are interested in being considered for a role in the London loans practice at Cahill, or you would like to receive more details or benefits information, please contact our Director of Administration Brenda Smith at

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