Capital Markets Associate Lawyers in Toronto, Canada (3-10 years) (Multiple positions)

March 19, 2019

Our client is a leading Canadian business law firm. The firm features a successful and progressive platform, exceptional support and resources, and excellent partnership prospects. Its corporate group includes a first-class and deep, multi-faceted team with a thriving cross-border practice and partnership prospects. Their prominence and recognition continue to grow, largely due to the firm’s commitment to recruiting talented and well-rounded lawyers with diverse interests.

 

Job Description – Corporate Securities Associate/Junior Partner Lawyer

 

Our client is seeking to add several Corporate Securities Lawyers to its Toronto office. Successful candidates will assist clients in a wide variety of financing, business combination, and merger & acquisitions transactions.

 

Key Accountabilities and Responsibilities

  • Assist issuers, underwriters, and selling shareholders in domestic and cross-border public offerings and private placements of debt, equity, and structured finance products.
  • Work with both private and public companies on a variety of corporate finance matters.
  • Assist with corporate governance requirements, continuous disclosure obligations, and general regulatory compliance matters.
  • Assist with M&A transactions, including take-over bids, plans of arrangement, and corporate reorganizations.

 

Education and Professional Skills/Knowledge

  • LL.B. or J.D. degree (or equivalent).
  • Good standing with a Canadian Law Society.
  • 3-10 years of broad securities experience.
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, and drafting skills.
  • Ambitious and entrepreneurial nature.
  • Strong client relationship and management skills.

This is an exclusive search.

For more information or to apply for this position, contact:

Jordan Priest, Recruitment Associate

647.484.8314

jpriest@thecounselnetwork.com

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