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Senior Corporate Counsel - Fixed Income Capital Markets
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Senior Corporate Counsel - Fixed Income Capital Markets Duties: Review underwriting agreements, offering documents and related documentation for registered and 144A corporate bond offerings. Advise business units and other support partners (Compliance, Risk Management, etc.) regarding securities laws and regulations, FINRA Rules and related risks. Stay abreast of relevant market, legal and regulatory developments. Assist in training business units regarding legal risks and regulatory changes. Become familiar with relevant U.S. Bank policies and procedures, ranging from AML/KYC matters to onboarding foreign investors. Work closely with business lines and support partners to ensure continuous compliance with laws, regulations and policies. Review international securities laws and broker-dealer regulations. Review agreements with third-party providers of technology and other services. Review agreements with institutional investor clients. Review documentation for private placements. Review securities repo and securities lending agreements. Review underwriting agreements, offering documents and related documentation for asset-backed securities offerings. Review transaction documentation for asset-backed warehouse lending facilities. Participate in trade group (primarily SIFMA) working groups on relevant matters.

Qualifications: Law degree. Licensed in good standing to practice law in at least one jurisdiction. 4+ years of experience as an attorney in a law firm supporting corporate issuers and/or underwriters, and/or as in-house counsel at a financial institution or regulatory agency. Significant experience with registered and 144A securities offerings. Preferred Skills/Experience: Knowledge of securities laws and regulations (primarily 33 and 34 Acts). Knowledge of broker-dealer laws and regulations. Preferably, experience with ABS transactions. Preferably, experience with commercial lending and other corporate finance transactions and markets. Ideally, knowledge of bank regulatory laws and regulations. Strong written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills. Confidence and efficiency in reviewing offering documents, underwriting agreements and related documentation. Ability to collaborate confidently and effectively with a diverse range of stakeholders. Ability to assess risks and provide thoughtful advice in a fast-paced environment.

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