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Hong Kong, a metropolitan hub for asset finance, presents a great chance for individuals to broaden their experience across the asset classes and to live in a dynamic, thriving city. The beginning of the year has presented the Hong Kong asset finance market with an influx of work and following their global success, our clients are now looking to grow their team.
Our clients are a well-recognized international law firm with a global footprint and a focus on the transport and energy sectors. This law firm has a highly praised asset finance team that offers a broad range of work across the asset classes with a focus on aviation. This market-leading team has experience acting for international banks, credit agencies and various high-value lessors and lessees, offering them commercially sound advice.
Wadkins Associates is assisting our clients search for an Aviation Finance Solicitor for their office in Hong Kong. This individual will need to be an England and Wales, Ireland, Australian or Hong Kong qualified solicitor with 5 to 10 years PQE, having trained at a well-recognised firm. The right candidate will have experience with a broad range of aviation finance work.
Working for this progressive firm in their modern Hong Kong office will give the right candidate the chance for outstanding career progression. To discuss this position in more detail, or for a confidential conversation about the market in general, please give us a call on 0203 633 0962.
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A longstanding client is looking to grow their Hong Kong office with the addition of a project finance lawyer. Having spoken to the hiring partner, we look forward to assisting you throughout the application process.
This is an opportunity to join a well-regarded international private practice in one of their most dynamic offices. You will be doing some of the best quality of work in Hong Kong.
You will be exposed to a broad range of finance work. This will include asset finance as well as projects finance in the renewable energy, LNG and petrochemicals sector.
Some of the key draws of this job include:
You will be Hong Kong or common law qualified with at least 2 PQE. Additionally, you will have a background of asset or project finance experience. Business proficiency in English and Cantonese is essential. Fluency in Mandarin will be a strong advantage.
If the above role has caught your interest, do get in touch for a discreet discussion.
A longstanding client is looking to grow their ship finance and offshore non-contentious practice in their Singapore office. We have successfully supported this practice previously and will be happy to assist you throughout the interview process.
You will be joining an international law firm with deep roots in the shipping industry. The hiring partner is looking for associates who have a genuine interest in the shipping and offshore industry and a desire to be client facing. From a practitioner’s angle, our client appreciates commercial minded, independent, lateral thinkers who never stop learning and ask the right questions.
You will be doing an even mix of ship finance and offshore non-contentious work. On the ship finance side, you will be advising leading shipowners and occasionally banks. On the offshore non-contentious side, you will be advising construction companies, funds, offshore support companies, drilling companies and FPSO providers. You will be doing project financing, chartering, sale and purchase agreements and the occasional restructuring/ insolvency work.
The key highlights of this role include:
Common law qualified lawyers of between 3 to 4 PQE with shipping or offshore experience will be considered. Due to the nature of the work, England & Wales qualified lawyers will be preferred.
If the above position catches your interest, do get in touch for more information.
We are supporting a leading transport law firm with the hire of a mid-level Aviation Finance Associate into their Singapore office.
The partner you will be working with has a good reputation in the market and has cultivated a collaborative working attitude amongst his team.
Your primary scope of work will be aviation finance. You will mainly be advising lessors but will occasionally do work for banks and airlines.
The key draws of this opportunity include:
England & Wales qualified lawyers will be at an advantage; however, common law qualified lawyers will be considered. You will also have had between 3 to 4 years of aviation finance experience.
If the above position has caught your interest, do get in touch for a discreet conversation.
Wadkins Associates is excited to be working with an international law firm as they look to welcome a Shipping Finance Paralegal into their Hong Kong office.
With a steady flow of Ship Finance work, the team is looking to further develop their team. You can expect the lawyers to be highly experienced and work collaboratively. In addition, the hiring partner receives instructions from leading banks and other financial institutions. Accordingly, you can expect most of your work to be for lenders in the transactions.
Your scope of work will primarily revolve around shipping finance transactions. You will be working closely with the team and assisting on financial and transactional documents related to shipping finance and sale and purchase.
Key highlights of the role include:
Any experience in shipping finance will be an advantage, but our client will also consider experienced paralegals from well-regarded law firms.
If you would like to find out more about this role or the market in general, do get in touch.
A top-billing partner from a longstanding client has moved to Singapore and is looking to hire two aviation finance lawyers to grow their aviation finance practice. We’ve worked closely with our client’s hiring partners through the years and will be able to assist you throughout the application process.
You will primarily be working on the lenders side, representing major banks and lessors. The partner you will be working with is not only well known in the market but has also created a culture of training and developing junior associates.
After some discussion with the hiring partner, we consider the following to be the main draws of this opportunity:
Our client is looking for lawyers of between NQ to 6 PQE who have a background in aviation finance, although banking finance candidates will also be considered. England and Wales qualified lawyers will be at an advantage but our client will happily receive applications from Common Law qualified candidates.
If the above position is of interest, please do contact us for a discreet conversation about this opportunity or the market in general.