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Privacy Counsel The candidate will act as privacy legal point of contact for the appropriate business and functional leaders and their teams and inform them of their privacy compliance obligations pursuant to Firms privacy policies and applicable data protection law. Will support the implementation of the Central Privacy Compliance Program to facilitate the compliance of the relevant business or function assigned with Firms Privacy policy/standards and applicable data protection laws. Provide expert support and consultancy to promote and facilitate privacy compliance. Implement oversee and monitor Central Privacy Compliance Program activities such as policies and procedures; standards; guidelines; and tools within the relevant business or function assigned to you. This also includes drafting and supporting the implementation of privacy notices, consent statements, data retention standards and other privacy compliance controls within relevant businesses or functions. Identify personal data processing activities carried out by the relevant business or function assigned to you and execute privacy compliance assessments (when required). Maintain up-to-date processing registry (Controller and Processor) of the relevant business or function. Drive and embed privacy by design controls into the business processes, quality management systems, products and propositions of your relevant business or function. Identify specific training needs - create (tailor) and deliver privacy training to the Responsible Executives (or their delegates) and to personnel of the relevant business or function with permanent or regular access to personal data or who is anyhow involved in the processing of personal data. When required by internal standards/procedures, provide privacy legal support in the due diligence of third parties (such as when selecting third party Processors or during M&A transactions). Act as Privacy Investigation Lead in response to potential personal data breaches per established protocol and documentation requirements. Upon request, provide privacy compliance support for the fulfillment of data subject requests (or privacy-related complaints) related to the relevant business or function assigned to you. Work effectively with any internal stakeholders necessary to fulfill the above tasks. When needed, participate in the improvement of the Central Privacy Compliance Program by actively leading or working within a team project (e.g. for the implementation of new privacy law in the relevant business or function assigned to you), providing feedback and/or recommending enhancements.

The candidate should be a qualified lawyer who has 5+ years of experience within a legal or compliance role in the field of privacy and data protection. Legal background required U.S. JD, EU LLB and/or LLM (bachelors/masters). Certified International Privacy Professional Certification or equivalent preferred. Comprehensive knowledge of EU and U.S. data protection regulatory requirements is required.

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