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        • sydney, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$150,000 - AU$170,000, per year, +super + bonus
        • full-time
        This leading financial services institution is a highly regarded brand, which manages the financial needs of corporate, institutional and government clients both here, New Zealand and increasingly in the Asia/Pacific region. They are a leading provider of wholesale banking services and this specific team works closely with their Relationship Managers to support business decisions in the Medium to Large Corporate banking sector, offering both proactive and ongoing industry insights, credit analysis and portfolio risk management. Working collaboratively with Relationship Managers, Product experts and peer Analysts, you will assess and in some cases lead a wide range of deals, helping to initiate, structure and review a range of complex transactions from their large portfolio in the Industrials sector. Your key areas of focus will include:Industry Research: developing and reporting industry insights, and sharing this knowledge with key internal stakeholders and customersAnalysis: risk profiling, financial analysis and preparing of credit submissionsSales: supporting Relationship Managers in their marketing efforts by participation in and contribution to customer meetings and conferences in addition to providing analytical support for strategic client pitchesMonitoring: undertaking dynamic risk management of assigned customers incorporating accurate and timely monitoring of triggers, covenants, completion of periodic reviews and continuous risk monitoringCollaboration: information sharing and contributing to strategy papers and other team initiatives With excellent credit writing experience and modelling skills, a natural ability to engage and influence your stakeholders, you will be passionate about this diverse sector and its contribution to the bank's success. You will be independent and competent at structuring and writing credit papers and taking them right through to final submission, with knowledge of cash flow lending, bi-lateral facilities, leveraged or acquisition finance and all the related legal documentation and T&Cs a big advantage. Ultimately you will have good commercial acumen and will thrive most when working as part of a happy, collaborative team. In return you will be joining an Employer of Choice which offers excellent career development opportunities across its business and flexible working conditions. To enquire further, please CLICK on the APPLY icon or contact Kate Breslin in our Sydney office on (02) 8298 3865 or submit your application and résumé in WORD format via our website at www.randstad.com.au/apply. When responding, please quote 90M0415985. Confidentiality is assured.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        This leading financial services institution is a highly regarded brand, which manages the financial needs of corporate, institutional and government clients both here, New Zealand and increasingly in the Asia/Pacific region. They are a leading provider of wholesale banking services and this specific team works closely with their Relationship Managers to support business decisions in the Medium to Large Corporate banking sector, offering both proactive and ongoing industry insights, credit analysis and portfolio risk management. Working collaboratively with Relationship Managers, Product experts and peer Analysts, you will assess and in some cases lead a wide range of deals, helping to initiate, structure and review a range of complex transactions from their large portfolio in the Industrials sector. Your key areas of focus will include:Industry Research: developing and reporting industry insights, and sharing this knowledge with key internal stakeholders and customersAnalysis: risk profiling, financial analysis and preparing of credit submissionsSales: supporting Relationship Managers in their marketing efforts by participation in and contribution to customer meetings and conferences in addition to providing analytical support for strategic client pitchesMonitoring: undertaking dynamic risk management of assigned customers incorporating accurate and timely monitoring of triggers, covenants, completion of periodic reviews and continuous risk monitoringCollaboration: information sharing and contributing to strategy papers and other team initiatives With excellent credit writing experience and modelling skills, a natural ability to engage and influence your stakeholders, you will be passionate about this diverse sector and its contribution to the bank's success. You will be independent and competent at structuring and writing credit papers and taking them right through to final submission, with knowledge of cash flow lending, bi-lateral facilities, leveraged or acquisition finance and all the related legal documentation and T&Cs a big advantage. Ultimately you will have good commercial acumen and will thrive most when working as part of a happy, collaborative team. In return you will be joining an Employer of Choice which offers excellent career development opportunities across its business and flexible working conditions. To enquire further, please CLICK on the APPLY icon or contact Kate Breslin in our Sydney office on (02) 8298 3865 or submit your application and résumé in WORD format via our website at www.randstad.com.au/apply. When responding, please quote 90M0415985. Confidentiality is assured.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$150,000 - AU$170,000, per year, +super + bonus
        • full-time
        This leading financial services institution is a highly regarded brand, which manages the financial needs of corporate, institutional and government clients both here, New Zealand and increasingly in the Asia/Pacific region. They are a leading provider of wholesale banking services and this specific team works closely with their Relationship Managers to support business decisions in the Medium to Large Corporate banking sector, offering both proactive and ongoing industry insights, credit analysis and portfolio risk management. Working collaboratively with Relationship Managers, Product experts and peer Analysts, you will assess and in some cases lead a wide range of deals, helping to initiate, structure and review a range of complex transactions from their large portfolio in the Industrials sector. Your key areas of focus will include:Industry Research: developing and reporting industry insights, and sharing this knowledge with key internal stakeholders and customersAnalysis: risk profiling, financial analysis and preparing of credit submissionsSales: supporting Relationship Managers in their marketing efforts by participation in and contribution to customer meetings and conferences in addition to providing analytical support for strategic client pitchesMonitoring: undertaking dynamic risk management of assigned customers incorporating accurate and timely monitoring of triggers, covenants, completion of periodic reviews and continuous risk monitoringCollaboration: information sharing and contributing to strategy papers and other team initiatives With excellent credit writing experience and modelling skills, a natural ability to engage and influence your stakeholders, you will be passionate about this diverse sector and its contribution to the bank's success. You will be independent and competent at structuring and writing credit papers and taking them right through to final submission, with knowledge of cash flow lending, bi-lateral facilities, leveraged or acquisition finance and all the related legal documentation and T&Cs a big advantage. Ultimately you will have good commercial acumen and will thrive most when working as part of a happy, collaborative team. In return you will be joining an Employer of Choice which offers excellent career development opportunities across its business and flexible working conditions. To enquire further, please CLICK on the APPLY icon or contact Kate Breslin in our Sydney office on (02) 8298 3865 or submit your application and résumé in WORD format via our website at www.randstad.com.au/apply. When responding, please quote 90M0415985. Confidentiality is assured.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        This leading financial services institution is a highly regarded brand, which manages the financial needs of corporate, institutional and government clients both here, New Zealand and increasingly in the Asia/Pacific region. They are a leading provider of wholesale banking services and this specific team works closely with their Relationship Managers to support business decisions in the Medium to Large Corporate banking sector, offering both proactive and ongoing industry insights, credit analysis and portfolio risk management. Working collaboratively with Relationship Managers, Product experts and peer Analysts, you will assess and in some cases lead a wide range of deals, helping to initiate, structure and review a range of complex transactions from their large portfolio in the Industrials sector. Your key areas of focus will include:Industry Research: developing and reporting industry insights, and sharing this knowledge with key internal stakeholders and customersAnalysis: risk profiling, financial analysis and preparing of credit submissionsSales: supporting Relationship Managers in their marketing efforts by participation in and contribution to customer meetings and conferences in addition to providing analytical support for strategic client pitchesMonitoring: undertaking dynamic risk management of assigned customers incorporating accurate and timely monitoring of triggers, covenants, completion of periodic reviews and continuous risk monitoringCollaboration: information sharing and contributing to strategy papers and other team initiatives With excellent credit writing experience and modelling skills, a natural ability to engage and influence your stakeholders, you will be passionate about this diverse sector and its contribution to the bank's success. You will be independent and competent at structuring and writing credit papers and taking them right through to final submission, with knowledge of cash flow lending, bi-lateral facilities, leveraged or acquisition finance and all the related legal documentation and T&Cs a big advantage. Ultimately you will have good commercial acumen and will thrive most when working as part of a happy, collaborative team. In return you will be joining an Employer of Choice which offers excellent career development opportunities across its business and flexible working conditions. To enquire further, please CLICK on the APPLY icon or contact Kate Breslin in our Sydney office on (02) 8298 3865 or submit your application and résumé in WORD format via our website at www.randstad.com.au/apply. When responding, please quote 90M0415985. Confidentiality is assured.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
        • sydney, new south wales
        • permanent
        • AU$150,000 - AU$180,000 per year
        • full-time
        Legal Counsel Fund Management Permanent position Sydney based The Legal & Company Secretary Division provides assistance and advice for legal and company secretarialservices, supporting the achievement of the Group’s business strategies, opportunities, priorities and goals in a complex operational and regulatory environment. The role The purpose of the Legal Counsel is to provide quality and commercially based legal advice and companysecretarial support particularly in relation to investment related matters. The role supports the achievement of Aware Super’s business strategies, opportunities, priorities and goals in a complex operational and regulatory environment and reports into the Senior Legal Manager. Management of legal workstream for investment related matters across a wide range of asset classes including Listed and Unlisted Equities, Property, Infrastructure, Credit Income, Private Equity and Alternatives in both domestic and offshore jurisdictionsManagement of end-to-end legal process for direct transactions generated by the Property, Infrastructure, Credit Income and Private Equity teamsReviewing and negotiating to ensure they meet legal requirements and Group objectives and are finalised and executed in a timely mannerIn conjunction with Group Tax, provide advice in relation to optimal investment structures, both domestically and offshoreEstablish, and help in the management of, all special purpose vehicles created (or acquired) for an investment and provide legal support to the asset management function to ensure the ongoing management of investments runs smoothlyLiaising with other support functions including Tax, Fund Operations, Fund Accounting, Unit Pricing and Risk and Compliance in relation to investment related mattersReview and negotiate legal documents (e.g. IT agreements, service level agreements, confidentiality agreements and other general corporate and commercial agreements) to ensure they meet legal requirements and Groupobjectives, and are finalised and executed in a timely mannerProvide or obtain legal assistance and advice that meets the Group’s business objectives (across superannuation and financial services) and assures that the Group complies with its legal, statutory and licensing obligationsReview of disclosure documents to ensure compliance with superannuation and financial services lawProvide practical and timely technical assistance and adviceManage external legal service provider engagements and oversee the Group’s defence of any investment related litigated matters Support the Group Executive - Legal and Company Secretary, Head of Legal and Deputy Company Secretary, Senior Legal Manager with the provision of Secretariat support to the Aware Super CEO, Aware Super Board, Aware Super Committees and wholly owned entities, in particular the Investment Committee, Direct Asset Committee and Valuation CommitteeAdvice Aware Super on governance matters and core service provider agreementsMonitor and enhance the Group’s Governance framework Experience and QualificationsAdmitted to practice as a barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South WalesMaintain legal practice certification4+ years’ experience (preferably in private practice) in M&A or other transaction-based experience in areas of Banking, Private Equity, Property or InfrastructureSound knowledge of Superannuation Law and Corporations Act and their requirementsSound presentation skillsWell-developed project and task management skills Sound experience in working closely and effectively with Boards and CommitteesExcellent written and verbal communication skills, interpersonal skills, stakeholder management and the ability to manage a high volume workload. Why choose Randstad to represent youWe are a team of specialists consultants dedicated to the Banking, Financial Services and Legal sector. Having placed others into these roles successfully, we are in a position to guide you through the application process, which will include an assessment centre. We will advise you each step of the way. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. For further details, please reach out to charlotte.keilbart@randstad.com.au or apply directly.
        Legal Counsel Fund Management Permanent position Sydney based The Legal & Company Secretary Division provides assistance and advice for legal and company secretarialservices, supporting the achievement of the Group’s business strategies, opportunities, priorities and goals in a complex operational and regulatory environment. The role The purpose of the Legal Counsel is to provide quality and commercially based legal advice and companysecretarial support particularly in relation to investment related matters. The role supports the achievement of Aware Super’s business strategies, opportunities, priorities and goals in a complex operational and regulatory environment and reports into the Senior Legal Manager. Management of legal workstream for investment related matters across a wide range of asset classes including Listed and Unlisted Equities, Property, Infrastructure, Credit Income, Private Equity and Alternatives in both domestic and offshore jurisdictionsManagement of end-to-end legal process for direct transactions generated by the Property, Infrastructure, Credit Income and Private Equity teamsReviewing and negotiating to ensure they meet legal requirements and Group objectives and are finalised and executed in a timely mannerIn conjunction with Group Tax, provide advice in relation to optimal investment structures, both domestically and offshoreEstablish, and help in the management of, all special purpose vehicles created (or acquired) for an investment and provide legal support to the asset management function to ensure the ongoing management of investments runs smoothlyLiaising with other support functions including Tax, Fund Operations, Fund Accounting, Unit Pricing and Risk and Compliance in relation to investment related mattersReview and negotiate legal documents (e.g. IT agreements, service level agreements, confidentiality agreements and other general corporate and commercial agreements) to ensure they meet legal requirements and Groupobjectives, and are finalised and executed in a timely mannerProvide or obtain legal assistance and advice that meets the Group’s business objectives (across superannuation and financial services) and assures that the Group complies with its legal, statutory and licensing obligationsReview of disclosure documents to ensure compliance with superannuation and financial services lawProvide practical and timely technical assistance and adviceManage external legal service provider engagements and oversee the Group’s defence of any investment related litigated matters Support the Group Executive - Legal and Company Secretary, Head of Legal and Deputy Company Secretary, Senior Legal Manager with the provision of Secretariat support to the Aware Super CEO, Aware Super Board, Aware Super Committees and wholly owned entities, in particular the Investment Committee, Direct Asset Committee and Valuation CommitteeAdvice Aware Super on governance matters and core service provider agreementsMonitor and enhance the Group’s Governance framework Experience and QualificationsAdmitted to practice as a barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South WalesMaintain legal practice certification4+ years’ experience (preferably in private practice) in M&A or other transaction-based experience in areas of Banking, Private Equity, Property or InfrastructureSound knowledge of Superannuation Law and Corporations Act and their requirementsSound presentation skillsWell-developed project and task management skills Sound experience in working closely and effectively with Boards and CommitteesExcellent written and verbal communication skills, interpersonal skills, stakeholder management and the ability to manage a high volume workload. Why choose Randstad to represent youWe are a team of specialists consultants dedicated to the Banking, Financial Services and Legal sector. Having placed others into these roles successfully, we are in a position to guide you through the application process, which will include an assessment centre. We will advise you each step of the way. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background. For further details, please reach out to charlotte.keilbart@randstad.com.au or apply directly.

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