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Senior Counsel - Global Corporate Governance
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Senior Counsel - Global Corporate Governance Duties: Provide corporate governance and general corporate legal support and coordination for numerous subsidiary legal entities operating around the world, including in the Americas, Europe and APAC, with potential tasks including support for board and shareholder meetings, analyzing director and officer issues, managing corporate reporting and handling other entity management requirements pursuant to local corporate laws; Collaborate with senior members of the U.S. legal division, in-country counsel and local and international business leaders to manage day-to-day corporate governance matters and questions; Design, implement and manage governance arrangements for newly acquired and/or formed subsidiaries in compliance with applicable legal and regulatory requirements and best practices; Collaborate with cross-functional teams to identify enterprise-level policies and implement across multiple U.S. and non-U.S. jurisdictions; Assist with developing and implementing process plans related to corporate entity restructuring projects; Draft and review documents related to all applicable transactional and governance responsibilities, such as board of director and shareholder actions, internal restructuring documentation and director and officer filings with regulators; Participate in M&A due diligence, execution and integration with respect to corporate governance and related legal matters; Assist senior attorneys with federal securities compliance, including Section 16 (draft Form 4s) and 1934 Act disclosures (review and/or draft Form 10-Qs/Ks) and support annual meeting of stockholders process (review and/or draft Proxy Statement, prepare annual meeting documentation); Provide support for board of director meetings for Cboe Global Markets and its trading market subsidiaries, including assistance with preparing and compiling agendas, communications, decks, reports, pre-meeting packets, meeting materials, actions, resolutions and minutes; Provide other legal support for company activities as requested.

Qualifications: Strong communication skills and comfort communicating complex legal topics to senior business leaders. Demonstrated ability to collaborate and build relationships across a global company. Experience and interest in working with non-US legal systems and cultures; willingness to work outside normal working hours when necessary to collaborate with non-US colleagues and service providers. Ability to manage competing priorities and a diverse set of responsibilities and deadlines. Strong attention to detail. Experience in managing outside service providers (such as corporate secretarial service providers). Preferred Qualifications: JD Degree and license to practice law in any U.S. state. 4+ years of corporate governance, securities and/or transactional legal experience, preferably in a public company or large or mid-size law firm.

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