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Legal - Assistant General Counsel, Bankruptcy Legal Group, Ccb - Vp
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Legal - Assistant General Counsel, Bankruptcy Legal Group, CCB - VP Duties: Providing legal support to CCB bankruptcy operations, including supporting cross-line-of-business bankruptcy operations processes, as well as supporting firmwide bankruptcy controls and oversight. Ensuring business processes and procedures comply with bankruptcy legal requirements, regulatory guidance and internal policies. Partnering with the business and corporate function groups (e.g., Compliance, Risk, Controls and Audit) to provide in-depth analyses of changes in law and assisting in the evaluations of the possible effects of the changes to business processes or procedures. Assisting in reviews and revisions of bankruptcy-related policies and procedures. Assisting with preparation for committees and working groups, and executing on meeting take-aways. Reviewing outgoing correspondence for legal and factual issues. Providing support to special projects and cross-line-of-business matters touching bankruptcy legal requirements. Collaborating with internal and external stakeholder groups on changing legal requirements and impact. Supporting CCB Litigation in the handling of contested bankruptcy matters.

Qualifications: JD Degree or educational equivalent required. Must be in compliance with all relevant licensing requirements including the requirements of the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment. 7+ years of bankruptcy legal experience; consumer financial services experience preferred. Strong knowledge and understanding of complex bankruptcy legal framework, including the United States Bankruptcy Code and Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure. Knowledge and understanding of bankruptcy legal issues impacting unsecured creditors, including issues relating to compliance with the automatic stay and discharge injunction and filing proofs of claim. Knowledge of federal and state laws impacting credit cards such as the U.S. Bankruptcy Code and Rules, TILA, FCRA, FDCPA, UDAP/UDAAP and IRS 1099c. Experience working closely with banking regulators and managing examinations a plus. Strong (or Excellent) written and verbal communication skills. Strong legal research skills on a variety of databases including Westlaw and/or Lexis. Strong organizational skills and the ability to drive complex projects across multiple lines of business. Team player who can collaborate within the legal department and across business groups. Ability and willingness to present to senior business and legal leaders and stakeholders. Ability to prioritize and interact effectively with senior management. Analytical thinker who is an independent/self-starter. Must thrive and make decisions in a fast-paced, changing environment. Strong sense of honesty and ethics as an officer of the court and a representative protecting the reputation. Preferred: Regulatory or compliance experience. Experience working with bank regulators, bankruptcy trustees and/or the Office of the United States Trustee.
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