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Counsel, Global Integrity And Compliance
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Counsel, Global Integrity and Compliance Duties: Operate with integrity and on preventing, detecting and responding to unethical or illegal conduct. Overseeing global Anti-Corruption Program, designing and implementing compliance risk mitigation plans, and enforcing our Code of Business Conduct (COBC), including participating in the investigation of alleged compliance concerns. Oversee the global Anti-Corruption Program, with support from compliance directors in international markets - ensure the program is updated based on developments in global laws and external trends in the marketplace, includes conducting benchmarking and maintaining a pulse of DOJ, SEC and other global government agencies expectations and guidelines. Assess and evolve third-party compliance program and due diligence processes as necessary to ensure appropriate identification and mitigation of risk; Review escalated due diligence reports for key international markets (e.g., China, Mexico and Italy) and advise colleagues and business partners on appropriate next steps; Ensure appropriate training for the process is delivered to target audiences; Conduct periodic review and audits of the process, including developing and implementing action plans for process improvements as necessary. Serve as subject matter expert on US and international anti-corruption laws, including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and the UK Bribery Act, to advise the business on new or evolving initiatives and inform the COBC Program on communications and training, includes helping develop content for training or communications to target audiences, and developing policy changes related to changes in laws or best practices; also includes advising on challenges to standard anti-corruption contractual provisions, as needed. Demonstrated ability to understand and apply OFAC and other sanctions regulations to complex transactions, products and services. In depth understanding of reporting requirements with an ability to manage preparation and submission of required regulatory reports. Evaluate the effectiveness of and improve upon controls in place to prevent or detect unethical/illegal conduct. Prepare periodic reports on the program's progress for the Audit & Finance Committee of the Board of Directors and the Global Integrity Committee. Develop investigation strategy, lead investigators, conduct interviews, as needed, and ensure proper corrective action and documentation. Assist with COBC Compliance Audits - conducting audits as directed by Global Integrity.

Qualifications: JD Degree required; Licensed to practice law in the US with 7+ years of experience. Proven track record of success partnering with business leaders on providing strategic guidance; Practical mindset with ability to balance legal risk with business impact. Prior relevant work experience managing a corporate compliance program. Experience working with international markets - Expert in anti-corruption laws, including FCPA and UK Bribery Act. Well-versed in legal guidelines (e.g., the US Federal Sentencing Guidelines) and corporate governance best practices. Certified compliance professional is a plus. Franchise and privacy-related compliance experience a plus. Proven experience working with senior management and influencing different stakeholders in a dynamic environment.
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