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Ai Data Privacy and Ip Staff Attorney

Washington DC AI Data Privacy and IP Attorney The candidate will advise on AI legal and policy matters, such as data privacy law and copyright law. Conduct legal and policy research on topics such as data governance and AI regulation. Contribute to the development of internal guidelines around AI ethics best practices. Track regulatory developments relevant to AI. Collaborate with Government Affairs teams to draft comments on regulatory proposals. Work closely with a team of AI researchers and programmers in the US, Switzerland and Japan on ambitious AI ethics projects. A qualified lawyer in the US, EU, or Japan. Should have 5+ years of data privacy and compliance experience. Deep knowledge of data privacy. Expertise in global and European data protection laws and practices and an in-depth understanding of the GDPR. Capable of conducting data privacy compliance reviews and audits. Expertise in applying legal frameworks to data and AI. Expertise and prior experience in copyright law are preferred. Experience working with different stakeholders, such as engineering, legal, and compliance units. Excellent written and oral communication skills, as well as interpersonal skills, including the ability to articulate complex concepts to both expert and non-expert audiences. The ability to deliver on tight deadlines and adapt to evolving or changing requirements. Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English, and willingness in learning Japanese (if working in Japan). Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2023-01-25

Associate Attorney, Corporate

Chicago IL Associate Attorney, Corporate The candidate will assist in capital markets/corporate finance, and equity/debt related matters (e.g., working with outside counsel to draft documents, manage closings, support ongoing obligations, etc.). Will assist in securities/investor documentation, filings and updates. Manage corporate and limited liability company formation, maintenance and governance for firm and its subsidiaries, including drafting of board materials, meetings minutes, resolutions, and other corporate documentation. Collaborate with the Company's finance, accounting, investor relations, and communications teams to work on external disclosures, such as investor communication materials, shareholder letters and press releases. Manage inbound and outbound due diligence for mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, financing and other corporate transactions. Assist other members of the legal team, with oversight from the subject matter experts, in various projects. Assist in the process for entering new markets and in drafting and editing license applications and renewals. Draft, review and negotiate various contracts, including NDAs, vendor and supply agreements, software agreements, real estate documents. Provide legal support for ad hoc projects for various departments, including compliance, human resources, finance, investor relations and accounting. Post-acquisition integration matters. Manage outside counsel and vendors.

The candidate should preferably have 2-5 years law firm (or equivalent in-house) experience. Experience drafting and editing complex transaction documents for sophisticated clients, and managing a closing checklist is required. Must have Membership in at least one State Bar. Should have a JD from an accredited law school.
Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2023-01-25

Vp, Corporate Counsel

Denver CO VP, Corporate Counsel The candidate will be a business partner to other departments, driving and/or supporting transactions, initiatives, projects and activities across our global organization. Research and provide advice on a wide range of matters, including commercial and business initiatives/transactions, global securities law and other regulatory compliance and general corporate legal affairs, policies and procedures for a publicly traded, global real estate investment trust and public and private ventures and funds. Draft, prepare and/or review SEC, NYSE and other regulatory reporting. Drive and/or assist with public and private debt and equity offerings, financings, M&A, and joint venture, fund, customer product, services and solutions and other commercial transactions. Support stock plan administration and executive compensation and benefits programs. Research and prepare governance materials and communications and assist with the management of our governance platform. Negotiate, draft and/or review contracts, correspondence, and other documents and provide advice on related matters. Review corporate, investor, marketing, media and other communications. Research and provide guidance regarding compliance, regulations, policies, procedures and other matters. Develop and manage team talent. Create and implement training across cross-functional and cross-regional teams. Efficiently manage internal and external resources. Set strategy and goals and track metrics for corporate legal department with CLO and legal management. Support corporate legal billing, tracking, budgeting, data analytics and system/process improvements. Support projects, activities, systems and management of corporate legal group and the office of the CLO. Juris Doctorate required, licensed and in good standing to practice law, 15+ years working experience as a corporate attorney--preferably with experience in a top tier national/international law firm and in-house in a publicly traded company with global operations. Experience in public company representation, securities offerings and compliance, corporate governance and executive compensation required. User-friendly, customer service-oriented and responsive. Practical with business acumen to strategically manage risk while achieving business goals. Strong interpersonal skills with ability to collaborate with individuals across departments and levels, including our board and senior leadership team. Critical thinker with strong analytical, problem-solving and research skills. Results-oriented with significant project, time and budget management experience. Proven track record of strong negotiation skills. Experienced and motivated to build team talent (including cross-regional and cross-functional teams). Builds trust with internal and external stakeholders. Exercises good judgment. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Strong attention to detail. Focused on continuous improvement and efficiency. Professional with discretion to handle sensitive and confidential matters. Team player with a positive attitude, strong work ethic and good sense of humor, who acts with urgency, agility, humility and willingness to roll up sleeves to get jobs of all sizes done with exacting standards. Technology-proficient (e.g., Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and database management). Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2023-01-25

Associate General Counsel, Corporate

Boca Raton FL Associate General Counsel, Corporate The candidate will prepare SEC filings including 10-K annual reports, 10-Q quarterly reports, 8-K current reports and annual proxy statements. Advise and provide support to the General Counsel on a wide variety of corporate matters including, the annual meeting of stockholders, corporate policies, and investor outreach. Assist the General Counsel in corporate secretary activities, including preparation for board meetings, drafting resolutions and minutes, and providing general support to the board of directors. Review and advise on press releases, the corporate website, investor presentations, CSR matters and other external communications. Oversee and advise on Section 16 filings, administration of 10b5-1 plans and insider trading. Provide support on M&A transactions, including diligence, execution and integration. Provide support for capital markets and financing transactions, including securities offerings, credit agreements and related activities. Oversee company equity incentive plan, including compliance, reporting and administration. Assist with coverage of other general corporate and legal matters, as needed. Demonstrate willingness and ability to work with and coordinate activities across many individuals across various departments globally, including offices in California, Florida, Virginia, Georgia and Italy. Appropriately manage a heavy workflow, set appropriate priorities and deliver results efficiently. Advance a positive spirit of partnership and collaboration with internal team members and legal colleagues. Exercise mature, and reliable judgment while contributing to the company's enthusiastic and fast-paced environment. Perform other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctorate from an ABA-accredited law school. Bar membership in at least one U.S. state with eligibility to practice as in-house counsel in California and/or Florida. Should have 6 years of securities experience at a leading national law firm or publicly traded company, with the ability to handle responsibility with a minimum of supervision. Highly proficient knowledge of securities and corporate law, including public company reporting and M&A. Ability to work onsite 100%. Experience drafting and negotiating a variety of legal contracts and transactional documents. Ability to manage and serve a wide range of team members and legal activities within the company by prioritizing projects and responding efficiently and pragmatically to reporting deadlines, urgent situations and other time-sensitive needs. A team player who is collaborative, resourceful, flexible, and willing to engage in a wide variety of tasks and responsibilities. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (written and oral), research skills and attention to detail. Good business judgment, high level of professional integrity and the discretion, tact, and ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive business matters. Government contracting and/or aerospace experience is a plus.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2023-01-25

Employment Practices Liability- Defense Attorney

Chicago IL Employment Practices Liability- Defense Attorney The candidate will handle a caseload that includes employment practices liability, and potential general liability and miscellaneous professional liability matters. Will independently conduct trials, depositions, pre-trial discovery, mediations, arbitrations or any other legal activity required to resolve cases. Daily communications with claim professionals concerning the evaluation of legal files. Provides legal advice to insureds and claim professionals as needed. Negotiates settlements as authorized. Attends round tables and related strategy discussions.

The candidate must be licensed to practice law in the state and federal courts in Illinois. 5 years of experience in employment litigation matters with an emphasis on the representation of employers preferred. Trial experience preferred. Must have a strong knowledge of current procedural and substantive law, as well as federal, state, and administrative agency rules. Must demonstrate an ability to analyze issues, proactively develop effective strategies on pending cases, communicate regularly and effectively with claims professionals and insureds, document communications, and resolve cases as efficiently and effectively as possible. Must have solid experience in preparing responsive pleadings, handling court appearances, discovery, motion practice, valuation of claims, settlement conferences/mediations, and trials. Must be willing to work independently with minimal direction, handle claims efficiently, and be willing to travel as necessary.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2023-01-25

Tai - Senior Compliance Counsel

Irvine CA TAI - Senior Compliance Counsel The candidate will be developing, refining, and updating policies and procedures to enhance corporate compliance. Will be conducting investigations into allegations of violations of the Toshiba Standards of Conduct, associated policies, or the law. Managing internal investigations, including intake meetings, background research, investigative interviews, and meetings with company leadership. Advising on corrective and preventative measures based on root cause analyses from investigations, such as risk-based business enhancements, mitigation strategies, training, and disciplinary action. Developing, refining, and updating compliance training. Developing, refining, and updating compliance communication tools. Advising business units on anti-bribery and corruption program details, antitrust-related practices, and other compliance matters and initiatives. Assisting the CECO by monitoring and validating controls to ensure that projects, documentation, and processes are compliant with compliance policies and procedures. Designing and performing assessments, analysis, monitoring, and reports on compliance risks. Identifying gaps in the design and operating effectiveness of control frameworks. Collecting and analyzing metrics that will allow the company to understand current risk trends and control effectiveness. Working with internal teams to remediate any activities for continuous process improvement, including managing projects for compliance enhancement.

The candidate should have 5 years of legal or compliance experience at a law firm, company, or government agency. Must have 3 years of investigation experience. Must have demonstrated legal and compliance judgment. Should have demonstrated oral and written presentation skills. Demonstrated experience in advising senior management on legal or compliance matters is required. Demonstrated experience in policy development and formulation is needed.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2023-01-25

Compliance Counsel

Denver CO Compliance Counsel The candidate will be supporting the management of US legal business compliance. Managing Velocity Global's Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) program. Develop company legal strategies to reduce potential areas of compliance risk. Review company policies and practices on a regular basis to ensure that all are in compliance and assist in developing legal strategy and advising on compliance relating to key business initiatives. Support management of company regulatory compliance, including Economic, Sustainability, and Growth (ESG) and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). Provide legal support on merger and acquisition diligence. Present company compliance training. Productively work from home with minimal supervision. Managing Velocity Global's KYC and AML programs along with general Vendor management. Support in the development of IPO ready compliance program. Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school licensed to practice law in the USA, and in good standing with the relevant bar association(s) in the USA where licensed to practice law, 5+ years of legal compliance experience preferred. Business proficiency in the English language is required. Demonstrate experience with handling multiple cases at the same time, service-orientated quick turnarounds, project management, and providing practical compliant solutions. Strong communication and interpersonal skills. Excellent analytical skills; capable of identifying and prioritizing issues and escalating where appropriate. High level of personal integrity and professional ethics. Experience with Employer of Record (EOR), contingent workforce management, and/or international hiring practices is highly desired. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2023-01-25

Vp, Assistant General Counsel - Investment Bank - Securities Services Attorney

New York City NY VP, Assistant General Counsel - Investment Bank - Securities Services Attorney Duties: Negotiating and drafting complex service agreements, including global custody, fund administration and accounting, collateral management and securities lending agreements, for institutional clients. Advising the business with respect to the development of new products and emerging financial technologies, such as distributed ledger and blockchain. Determining the applicability of regulatory requirements and working with stakeholders, including senior business and control partners, regarding implementation. Ensuring day-to-day support of Securities Services business and functional partners.

Qualifications: JD or educational equivalent required. Attorney candidates 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. 5+ years of experience with a major law firm (or equivalent in-house experience). Ability to understand the business needs and partner with the business and control partners to create solutions. Strong organizational and project management skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Pragmatic with excellent business sense. Strong understanding of the interplay between legal and business risk. Ability to interact effectively with clients. Strong negotiation and drafting skills. Ability to think outside the box and focus on key points. Ability to work independently, manage complex projects and multitask successfully in fast-paced and complex business environment. Background in providing legal services to operationally intensive businesses is preferred. Familiarity with US securities laws, ERISA, Investment Company Act of 1940, Investment Advisers Act of 1940 and/or US insurance regulations is a plus.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2023-01-23

Vp, Assistant General Counsel - Investment Bank - Securities Services Attorney

Chicago IL VP, Assistant General Counsel - Investment Bank - Securities Services Attorney The candidate will be negotiating and drafting complex service agreements, including global custody, fund administration and accounting, collateral management and securities lending agreements, for institutional clients. Will be advising the business with respect to the development of new products and emerging financial technologies, such as distributed ledger and blockchain. Determining the applicability of regulatory requirements and working with stakeholders, including senior business and control partners, regarding implementation and ensuring day-to-day support of Securities Services business and functional partners. Entails extensive, independent contact with, and support of, business personnel within Securities Services, including senior leaders of Firms, and significant opportunity for career development.

The candidate should have 5 years of experience with a major law firm (or equivalent in-house experience). JD or educational equivalent required. Must be in compliance with all relevant licensing requirements, including the requirements of the Illinois jurisdiction. Background in providing legal services to operationally intensive businesses is preferred. Familiarity with US securities laws, ERISA, Investment Company Act of 1940, Investment Advisers Act of 1940 and/or US insurance regulations is a plus.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2023-01-23

Data Privacy Contracting Attorney Cqrm

Washington DC Data Privacy Contracting Attorney The candidate will review and negotiate privacy provisions of professional services contracts with commercial and public sector clients such as data privacy addendums (including domestic (i.e., CCPA/CPRA) and international data privacy terms (i.e., GDPR)), information security addendums, and Business Associate Agreements. Review data privacy provisions for requests for commercial and public sector proposals. Address day-to-day questions, provide education, and trouble-shoot data privacy matters related to client contracts. Provide recommendations and necessary contract documents for data privacy as part of the contracting process. Assist in the ongoing development of, and support of, the data privacy contract review program. Assist with setting up new programs to address data privacy legal requirements. JD and Bar admission is required. Should have 2+ years practicing data privacy law in a law firm or in-house setting. Experience in professional services, especially tax, accounting, and audit is preferred. CIPT, CIPP, CIPM, or similar certifications is preferred. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2023-01-23
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Assistant General Counsel, Legal
In-House,Kroll Bond Rating Agency, LLC
Location : New York City New York United States

Position Title: Assistant General Counsel Department: Legal Employment Type: Full-time   Covid-19 Hiring Update: We?ve transitioned to a temporary work-from-home model and we?re continuing to interview and hire during this time. This role... + read more

jan 26, 2023


Associate Counsel
In-House,Confidential
Location : Chicago Illinois United States

Looking for an associate who wants to combine their mix of love of government and law. Qualified individuals will have several years of high-level experience in a government agency, law firm or in-house.   A demonstrated track record of indepen... + read more

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Ai Data Privacy and Ip Staff Attorney
Refer job# ZSEZ172086
 
AI Data Privacy and IP Attorney The candidate will advise on AI legal and policy matters, such as data privacy law and copyright law. Conduct legal and policy research on topics such as data governance and AI regulation. Contribute to the development of internal guidelines around AI ethics best practices. Track regulatory developments relevant to AI. Collaborate with Government Affairs teams to draft comments on regulatory proposals. Work closely with a team of AI researchers and programmers in the US, Switzerland and Japan on ambitious AI ethics projects. A qualified lawyer in the US, EU, or Japan. Should have 5+ years of data privacy and compliance experience. Deep knowledge of data privacy. Expertise in global and European data protection laws and practices and an in-depth understanding of the GDPR. Capable of conducting data privacy compliance reviews and audits. Expertise in applying legal frameworks to data and AI. Expertise and prior experience in copyright law are preferred. Experience working with different stakeholders, such as engineering, legal, and compliance units. Excellent written and oral communication skills, as well as interpersonal skills, including the ability to articulate complex concepts to both expert and non-expert audiences. The ability to deliver on tight deadlines and adapt to evolving or changing requirements. Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English, and willingness in learning Japanese (if working in Japan).
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate Attorney, Corporate
Refer job# QNIZ172087
 
Associate Attorney, Corporate The candidate will assist in capital markets/corporate finance, and equity/debt related matters (e.g., working with outside counsel to draft documents, manage closings, support ongoing obligations, etc.). Will assist in securities/investor documentation, filings and updates. Manage corporate and limited liability company formation, maintenance and governance for firm and its subsidiaries, including drafting of board materials, meetings minutes, resolutions, and other corporate documentation. Collaborate with the Company's finance, accounting, investor relations, and communications teams to work on external disclosures, such as investor communication materials, shareholder letters and press releases. Manage inbound and outbound due diligence for mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, financing and other corporate transactions. Assist other members of the legal team, with oversight from the subject matter experts, in various projects. Assist in the process for entering new markets and in drafting and editing license applications and renewals. Draft, review and negotiate various contracts, including NDAs, vendor and supply agreements, software agreements, real estate documents. Provide legal support for ad hoc projects for various departments, including compliance, human resources, finance, investor relations and accounting. Post-acquisition integration matters. Manage outside counsel and vendors.

The candidate should preferably have 2-5 years law firm (or equivalent in-house) experience. Experience drafting and editing complex transaction documents for sophisticated clients, and managing a closing checklist is required. Must have Membership in at least one State Bar. Should have a JD from an accredited law school.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Vp, Corporate Counsel
Refer job# NFTI172088
 
VP, Corporate Counsel The candidate will be a business partner to other departments, driving and/or supporting transactions, initiatives, projects and activities across our global organization. Research and provide advice on a wide range of matters, including commercial and business initiatives/transactions, global securities law and other regulatory compliance and general corporate legal affairs, policies and procedures for a publicly traded, global real estate investment trust and public and private ventures and funds. Draft, prepare and/or review SEC, NYSE and other regulatory reporting. Drive and/or assist with public and private debt and equity offerings, financings, M&A, and joint venture, fund, customer product, services and solutions and other commercial transactions. Support stock plan administration and executive compensation and benefits programs. Research and prepare governance materials and communications and assist with the management of our governance platform. Negotiate, draft and/or review contracts, correspondence, and other documents and provide advice on related matters. Review corporate, investor, marketing, media and other communications. Research and provide guidance regarding compliance, regulations, policies, procedures and other matters. Develop and manage team talent. Create and implement training across cross-functional and cross-regional teams. Efficiently manage internal and external resources. Set strategy and goals and track metrics for corporate legal department with CLO and legal management. Support corporate legal billing, tracking, budgeting, data analytics and system/process improvements. Support projects, activities, systems and management of corporate legal group and the office of the CLO. Juris Doctorate required, licensed and in good standing to practice law, 15+ years working experience as a corporate attorney--preferably with experience in a top tier national/international law firm and in-house in a publicly traded company with global operations. Experience in public company representation, securities offerings and compliance, corporate governance and executive compensation required. User-friendly, customer service-oriented and responsive. Practical with business acumen to strategically manage risk while achieving business goals. Strong interpersonal skills with ability to collaborate with individuals across departments and levels, including our board and senior leadership team. Critical thinker with strong analytical, problem-solving and research skills. Results-oriented with significant project, time and budget management experience. Proven track record of strong negotiation skills. Experienced and motivated to build team talent (including cross-regional and cross-functional teams). Builds trust with internal and external stakeholders. Exercises good judgment. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Strong attention to detail. Focused on continuous improvement and efficiency. Professional with discretion to handle sensitive and confidential matters. Team player with a positive attitude, strong work ethic and good sense of humor, who acts with urgency, agility, humility and willingness to roll up sleeves to get jobs of all sizes done with exacting standards. Technology-proficient (e.g., Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and database management).
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Associate General Counsel, Corporate
Refer job# HLLA172089
 
Associate General Counsel, Corporate The candidate will prepare SEC filings including 10-K annual reports, 10-Q quarterly reports, 8-K current reports and annual proxy statements. Advise and provide support to the General Counsel on a wide variety of corporate matters including, the annual meeting of stockholders, corporate policies, and investor outreach. Assist the General Counsel in corporate secretary activities, including preparation for board meetings, drafting resolutions and minutes, and providing general support to the board of directors. Review and advise on press releases, the corporate website, investor presentations, CSR matters and other external communications. Oversee and advise on Section 16 filings, administration of 10b5-1 plans and insider trading. Provide support on M&A transactions, including diligence, execution and integration. Provide support for capital markets and financing transactions, including securities offerings, credit agreements and related activities. Oversee company equity incentive plan, including compliance, reporting and administration. Assist with coverage of other general corporate and legal matters, as needed. Demonstrate willingness and ability to work with and coordinate activities across many individuals across various departments globally, including offices in California, Florida, Virginia, Georgia and Italy. Appropriately manage a heavy workflow, set appropriate priorities and deliver results efficiently. Advance a positive spirit of partnership and collaboration with internal team members and legal colleagues. Exercise mature, and reliable judgment while contributing to the company's enthusiastic and fast-paced environment. Perform other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctorate from an ABA-accredited law school. Bar membership in at least one U.S. state with eligibility to practice as in-house counsel in California and/or Florida. Should have 6 years of securities experience at a leading national law firm or publicly traded company, with the ability to handle responsibility with a minimum of supervision. Highly proficient knowledge of securities and corporate law, including public company reporting and M&A. Ability to work onsite 100%. Experience drafting and negotiating a variety of legal contracts and transactional documents. Ability to manage and serve a wide range of team members and legal activities within the company by prioritizing projects and responding efficiently and pragmatically to reporting deadlines, urgent situations and other time-sensitive needs. A team player who is collaborative, resourceful, flexible, and willing to engage in a wide variety of tasks and responsibilities. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (written and oral), research skills and attention to detail. Good business judgment, high level of professional integrity and the discretion, tact, and ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive business matters. Government contracting and/or aerospace experience is a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Employment Practices Liability- Defense Attorney
Refer job# PRVO172090
 
Employment Practices Liability- Defense Attorney The candidate will handle a caseload that includes employment practices liability, and potential general liability and miscellaneous professional liability matters. Will independently conduct trials, depositions, pre-trial discovery, mediations, arbitrations or any other legal activity required to resolve cases. Daily communications with claim professionals concerning the evaluation of legal files. Provides legal advice to insureds and claim professionals as needed. Negotiates settlements as authorized. Attends round tables and related strategy discussions.

The candidate must be licensed to practice law in the state and federal courts in Illinois. 5 years of experience in employment litigation matters with an emphasis on the representation of employers preferred. Trial experience preferred. Must have a strong knowledge of current procedural and substantive law, as well as federal, state, and administrative agency rules. Must demonstrate an ability to analyze issues, proactively develop effective strategies on pending cases, communicate regularly and effectively with claims professionals and insureds, document communications, and resolve cases as efficiently and effectively as possible. Must have solid experience in preparing responsive pleadings, handling court appearances, discovery, motion practice, valuation of claims, settlement conferences/mediations, and trials. Must be willing to work independently with minimal direction, handle claims efficiently, and be willing to travel as necessary.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Tai - Senior Compliance Counsel
Refer job# DAJB172091
 
TAI - Senior Compliance Counsel The candidate will be developing, refining, and updating policies and procedures to enhance corporate compliance. Will be conducting investigations into allegations of violations of the Toshiba Standards of Conduct, associated policies, or the law. Managing internal investigations, including intake meetings, background research, investigative interviews, and meetings with company leadership. Advising on corrective and preventative measures based on root cause analyses from investigations, such as risk-based business enhancements, mitigation strategies, training, and disciplinary action. Developing, refining, and updating compliance training. Developing, refining, and updating compliance communication tools. Advising business units on anti-bribery and corruption program details, antitrust-related practices, and other compliance matters and initiatives. Assisting the CECO by monitoring and validating controls to ensure that projects, documentation, and processes are compliant with compliance policies and procedures. Designing and performing assessments, analysis, monitoring, and reports on compliance risks. Identifying gaps in the design and operating effectiveness of control frameworks. Collecting and analyzing metrics that will allow the company to understand current risk trends and control effectiveness. Working with internal teams to remediate any activities for continuous process improvement, including managing projects for compliance enhancement.

The candidate should have 5 years of legal or compliance experience at a law firm, company, or government agency. Must have 3 years of investigation experience. Must have demonstrated legal and compliance judgment. Should have demonstrated oral and written presentation skills. Demonstrated experience in advising senior management on legal or compliance matters is required. Demonstrated experience in policy development and formulation is needed.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Compliance Counsel
Refer job# TPIE172092
 
Compliance Counsel The candidate will be supporting the management of US legal business compliance. Managing Velocity Global's Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) program. Develop company legal strategies to reduce potential areas of compliance risk. Review company policies and practices on a regular basis to ensure that all are in compliance and assist in developing legal strategy and advising on compliance relating to key business initiatives. Support management of company regulatory compliance, including Economic, Sustainability, and Growth (ESG) and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). Provide legal support on merger and acquisition diligence. Present company compliance training. Productively work from home with minimal supervision. Managing Velocity Global's KYC and AML programs along with general Vendor management. Support in the development of IPO ready compliance program. Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school licensed to practice law in the USA, and in good standing with the relevant bar association(s) in the USA where licensed to practice law, 5+ years of legal compliance experience preferred. Business proficiency in the English language is required. Demonstrate experience with handling multiple cases at the same time, service-orientated quick turnarounds, project management, and providing practical compliant solutions. Strong communication and interpersonal skills. Excellent analytical skills; capable of identifying and prioritizing issues and escalating where appropriate. High level of personal integrity and professional ethics. Experience with Employer of Record (EOR), contingent workforce management, and/or international hiring practices is highly desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Vp, Assistant General Counsel - Investment Bank - Securities Services Attorney
Refer job# QYNN172052
 
VP, Assistant General Counsel - Investment Bank - Securities Services Attorney Duties: Negotiating and drafting complex service agreements, including global custody, fund administration and accounting, collateral management and securities lending agreements, for institutional clients. Advising the business with respect to the development of new products and emerging financial technologies, such as distributed ledger and blockchain. Determining the applicability of regulatory requirements and working with stakeholders, including senior business and control partners, regarding implementation. Ensuring day-to-day support of Securities Services business and functional partners.

Qualifications: JD or educational equivalent required. Attorney candidates 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. 5+ years of experience with a major law firm (or equivalent in-house experience). Ability to understand the business needs and partner with the business and control partners to create solutions. Strong organizational and project management skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Pragmatic with excellent business sense. Strong understanding of the interplay between legal and business risk. Ability to interact effectively with clients. Strong negotiation and drafting skills. Ability to think outside the box and focus on key points. Ability to work independently, manage complex projects and multitask successfully in fast-paced and complex business environment. Background in providing legal services to operationally intensive businesses is preferred. Familiarity with US securities laws, ERISA, Investment Company Act of 1940, Investment Advisers Act of 1940 and/or US insurance regulations is a plus.
 
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Vp, Assistant General Counsel - Investment Bank - Securities Services Attorney
Refer job# IOPR172053
 
VP, Assistant General Counsel - Investment Bank - Securities Services Attorney The candidate will be negotiating and drafting complex service agreements, including global custody, fund administration and accounting, collateral management and securities lending agreements, for institutional clients. Will be advising the business with respect to the development of new products and emerging financial technologies, such as distributed ledger and blockchain. Determining the applicability of regulatory requirements and working with stakeholders, including senior business and control partners, regarding implementation and ensuring day-to-day support of Securities Services business and functional partners. Entails extensive, independent contact with, and support of, business personnel within Securities Services, including senior leaders of Firms, and significant opportunity for career development.

The candidate should have 5 years of experience with a major law firm (or equivalent in-house experience). JD or educational equivalent required. Must be in compliance with all relevant licensing requirements, including the requirements of the Illinois jurisdiction. Background in providing legal services to operationally intensive businesses is preferred. Familiarity with US securities laws, ERISA, Investment Company Act of 1940, Investment Advisers Act of 1940 and/or US insurance regulations is a plus.
 
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Data Privacy Contracting Attorney Cqrm
Refer job# JDFK172054
 
Data Privacy Contracting Attorney The candidate will review and negotiate privacy provisions of professional services contracts with commercial and public sector clients such as data privacy addendums (including domestic (i.e., CCPA/CPRA) and international data privacy terms (i.e., GDPR)), information security addendums, and Business Associate Agreements. Review data privacy provisions for requests for commercial and public sector proposals. Address day-to-day questions, provide education, and trouble-shoot data privacy matters related to client contracts. Provide recommendations and necessary contract documents for data privacy as part of the contracting process. Assist in the ongoing development of, and support of, the data privacy contract review program. Assist with setting up new programs to address data privacy legal requirements. JD and Bar admission is required. Should have 2+ years practicing data privacy law in a law firm or in-house setting. Experience in professional services, especially tax, accounting, and audit is preferred. CIPT, CIPP, CIPM, or similar certifications is preferred.
 
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