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Vp, Assistant General Counsel - Commercial Banking

Chicago IL VP, Assistant General Counsel - Commercial Banking The candidate will counsel bankers on structuring and documenting a variety of credit and banking transactions. Provide transactional support, including the review, negotiation and drafting of credit and collateral documentation, confidentiality agreements, indicative term sheets and other proposals, commitment letters, amendments and waivers. Advise, in conjunction with Special Credits Legal, on troubled credit situations, waivers, amendments and forbearance agreements. Identify and mitigate risks (legal, operational, reputational and other). Participate in cross line of business projects on a variety of subjects, including the drafting of policies and procedures on new regulations and amendments or new interpretations to existing regulations. Provide legal interpretations of regulations and guidance on their applicability to Middle Market Banking (such as, Know-Your-Customer, OFAC and anti-money laundering compliance; banking regulatory compliance such as anti-tying; Reg. B, Reg. U, conflicts of interest, information-sharing, confidentiality and privacy). Counsel Wholesale Lending Services staff on documenting, booking and servicing of loans and on forms, policies, procedures and job aids. Advise, in conjunction with Wholesale Payments Legal and CB Products Legal, on the negotiation and exception approval of deposit and cash management documentation. Review and advise on proposed new or modified products, businesses, technology, processes, practices and procedures, and identify any legal and regulatory issues. Prepare and update standard commercial loan documentation and procedures. Provide training for underwriters, bankers, analysts, associates, operational staff, and customer support staff on legal issues. Manage outside counsel.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctor degree with at least 3 years of relevant commercial finance transactional legal experience at a law firm and/or in-house legal department at a large bank or other financial services company. Must be licensed to practice law and a member in good standing in the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment or otherwise in compliance with the in-house counsel registration rules of such jurisdiction. The strategic vision is to anticipate legal issues for different businesses and business models. The ability to prioritize work, manage a large number of issues at one time, and interact with senior and executive management. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Knowledge of the legal and regulatory requirements for commercial banking businesses is required. Collegial; able to build and maintain good relationships with clients and colleagues. Demonstrated problem-solving and project management skills, judgment and character.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-07-26

Vp, Assistant General Counsel - Commercial Banking

Chicago IL VP, Assistant General Counsel - Commercial Banking Responsibilities: Counsel bankers on structuring and documenting a variety of credit and banking transactions. Provide transactional support, including the review, negotiation and drafting of credit and collateral documentation, confidentiality agreements, indicative term sheets and other proposals, commitment letters, amendments and waivers. Advise, in conjunction with Special Credits Legal, on troubled credit situations, waivers, amendments and forbearance agreements. Identify and mitigate risks (legal, operational, reputational and other). Participate in cross line of business projects on a variety of subjects, including the drafting of policies and procedures on new regulations and amendments or new interpretations to existing regulations. Provide legal interpretations of regulations and guidance on their applicability to Middle Market Banking (such as, Know-Your-Customer, OFAC and anti-money laundering compliance; banking regulatory compliance such as anti-tying; Reg. B, Reg. U, conflicts of interest, information-sharing, confidentiality and privacy). Counsel Wholesale Lending Services staff on documenting, booking and servicing of loans and on forms, policies, procedures and job aids. Advise, in conjunction with Wholesale Payments Legal and CB Products Legal, on the negotiation and exception approval of deposit and cash management documentation. Review and advise on proposed new or modified products, businesses, technology, processes, practices and procedures, and identify any legal and regulatory issues. Prepare and update standard commercial loan documentation and procedures. Provide training for underwriters, bankers, analysts, associates, operational staff, and customer support staff on legal issues. Manage outside counsel.

Qualifications: JD Degree with 3+ years of relevant commercial finance transactional legal experience at a law firm and/or in-house legal department at a large bank or other financial services company. Must be licensed to practice law and a member in good standing in the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment or otherwise in compliance with the in-house counsel registration rules of such jurisdiction. The strategic vision to anticipate legal issues for different businesses and business models. The ability to prioritize work, manage a large number of issues at one time, and interact with senior and executive management. Excellent verbal and written communications skills. Knowledge of the legal and regulatory requirements for commercial banking businesses is required. Collegial; able to build and maintain good relationships with clients and colleagues. Demonstrated problem solving and project management skills, judgment and character. All candidates for roles in the Legal department must successfully complete a conflicts of interest clearance review prior to commencement of employment.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-07-20

Vp & Assistant General Counsel - Commercial Banking/corporate Client Banking & Specialized Industrie

Chicago IL VP & Assistant General Counsel - Commercial Banking/Corporate Client Banking & Specialized Industries and International Banking Legal Duties: Transaction support, including analysis and advice on structural and risk issues and review and negotiation of credit and collateral documentation; drafting, review and negotiation of confidentiality agreements, guarantees, collateral assignments of deposit accounts, advised line documents, fee letters, engagement letters, term sheets, and commitment letters; tailoring of standard bank loan documentation forms; indicative term sheets and other proposals; amendments and waivers, etc., and advising underwriters on various credit agreement issues. Development and updating and/or participating in development and updating of standard bank loan documentation forms. Coordination within cb and with corporate & investment bank legal on assorted credit & lending topics and policy and/or documentation development. Involvement (with relevant team members and/or internal smes) in other transactional, negotiation, legal or compliance issues affecting your client base (e.g., regarding deposit and cash management products, loan administrative issues, regulatory issues, errors or disputes, etc.). Participation in internal projects, often cross-cb or cross-lob, to streamline operations, create efficiencies and/or improve the client experience. Participation in jpmc initiatives on diversity, equity and inclusion as well as environmental, social and governance topics. Training of internal constituencies (e.g. Bankers, credit, service) on legal issues. Outside counsel management and communications on jpmc credit documentation issues, procedures and changes; law firm conflict waivers.

Qualifications: A JD degree and be a licensed attorney in good standing (Illinois, Texas and/or New York strongly preferred) with 5+ years ? experience. A general knowledge of and experience with credit and lending issues, transactions and documentation. The ability to establish ongoing relationships and partner across business lines to deliver appropriate and consistent solutions. Excellent skills in communicating with clients and prospects, internal colleagues and external counsel and other lenders, administrative agents, creditors, etc., and in negotiating with any of these constituencies when necessary. A proven ability to operate in a fast-paced, constantly changing environment and an up-beat, can-do  attitude and willingness to meet challenges head-on.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-07-20

VP, Assistant General Counsel - Commercial Banking

Chicago IL VP, Assistant General Counsel - Commercial Banking Responsibilities: Provide transaction support, including analysis and advice on structural and risk issues and review and negotiation of credit and collateral documentation; drafting, review, and negotiation of confidentiality agreements, guarantees, collateral assignments of deposit accounts, advised line documents, fee letters, engagement letters, term sheets, and commitment letters; tailoring of standard bank loan documentation forms; indicative term sheets and other proposals; amendments and waivers, etc., and advising underwriters on various credit agreement issues. Counsel bankers on structuring and documenting a variety of credit and banking transactions. Development and updating and/or participating in the development and updating of standard bank loan documentation forms. Coordination within CB and with Corporate & Investment Bank Legal on assorted credit & lending topics and policy and/or documentation development. Involvement (with relevant team members and/or internal SMEs) in other transactional, negotiation, legal, or compliance issues affecting the client base (e.g., regarding deposit and cash management products, loan administrative issues, regulatory issues, errors or disputes, etc.). Participation in internal projects, often cross-CB or cross-LOB, to streamline operations, create efficiencies, and/or improve the client experience. Participation in JPMC initiatives on diversity, equity, and inclusion as well as environmental, social, and governance topics. Training of internal constituencies (e.g. bankers, credit, service) on legal issues. Outside counsel management and communications on JPMC credit documentation issues, procedures, and changes; law firm conflict waivers.

Qualifications: J.D. Degree and be a licensed attorney in good standing (New York, Illinois, and/or Texas strongly preferred) with 5+ years of experience. General knowledge of and experience with credit and lending issues, transactions, and documentation (especially syndicated credit transactions). The ability to establish ongoing relationships and partnerships across business lines to deliver appropriate and consistent solutions. Excellent skills in communicating with clients and prospects, internal colleagues and external counsel and other lenders, administrative agents, creditors, etc., and in negotiating with any of these constituencies when necessary. A proven ability to operate in a fast-paced, constantly changing environment and an upbeat, can-do  attitude and willingness to meet challenges head-on.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-07-20

Illinois - Commercial Banking - Head of Enterprise Financial Crimes (KYC/AML) Compliance

Chicago IL Commercial Banking - Head of Enterprise Financial Crimes (KYC/AML) Compliance
The candidate will oversee the CB KYC/AML compliance programs, ensuring that such programs meet and, where appropriate, exceed applicable legal and regulatory requirements to enable the businesses to grow and serve customers in a prudent and responsible manner. Will direct the CB KYC/AML Compliance strategy responsible for the full range of AML and economic sanctions program activities (policy, risk assessment, compliance testing, transaction monitoring, suspect screening operations, OFAC compliance, business process analysis, program execution, and outreach and liaison activities). Coordinate with the operations functions performed by global AML Compliance, including transaction monitoring, investigations, suspicious activity reporting and suspect screening. Provide governance and oversight of the CB KYC/AML programs in multiple sub-LOBs, partnering with the Global AML Compliance teams to develop, implement and administer appropriate AML policies and procedures. Advise business and senior leaders on regulatory and risk management issues related to CB KYC/AML and economic sanctions program. Partner with other control functions, including Audit and Risk Management, to ensure the effective operation of the CB KYC/AML program. Serve as principal liaison with regulatory officials in connection with the review of the CB KYC/AML program. Liaise with regulatory agencies.

The candidate should preferably have a J.D. degree. Must have 12-15 years of relevant compliance, risk or audit experience in the financial services industry. Should have expert knowledge of Know Your Customer (KYC) and AML-related legal and regulatory requirements and US banking regulations. Management or operational experience in both Corporate Center Compliance and Business Line Compliance positions desired. Significant experience in Legal or Compliance department required. Experience with bank regulators preferred.
Legal 10 - 15 Full-time 2013-03-22

Illinois - Chief Counsel III

Downers Grove IL Chief Counsel III
The candidate will partner closely with the legal and executive teams as well as the origination and servicing managers. Will interface with risk, compliance, credit, government and regulatory affairs and operational functions, as well as other areas. Work closely with other lines of business that originate and service residential mortgage loans. Serve as primary counsel to multiple senior managers and will provide primary oversight for certain law firm relationships. Manage a group of attorneys, paralegals and support staff and provide leadership to assure the high quality of services provided. Provide legal advice and support to internal clients in the mortgage businesses noted above, including both the origination and servicing units. Work closely with Government and Regulatory Affairs to identify and advance policy initiatives that have effects for company's residential-mortgage-related activities. Interact with supervisory staff of the OCC, Federal Reserve and CFPB concerning examination, supervision and enforcement concerning company's residential-mortgage-related activities. Understand and interpret both new regulations and changes to existing regulations to determine the potential impact on the mortgage business. Provide legal advice and support directly to managers, underwriters, paralegals, documentation specialists, and loan administrators and servicers on mortgage matters of varying complexity. Comprehend and interpret changing regulations with the ability to communicate these changes to the business in a timely manner. Responsible for identifying assessing, managing and mitigating risk.

The candidate should have a J.D. from an accredited law school as well as admission to practice in the courts for a state having passed that state's Bar exam. Must have 15+ years of experience in mortgage lending law. Should have knowledge of relevant regulations and laws affecting both mortgage originations and servicing. Must have strong working knowledge of mortgage repurchase procedures and demands, mortgage insurance claims, and/or title insurance claims. Should preferably have a strong working knowledge of mortgage originations and mortgage servicing, including mortgage lending related regulations and laws, including: federal regulations, laws and programs (TILA, RESPA, HOEPA, HMDA, ECOA, FDCPA, FACTA, the US Treasury/Freddie Mac/Fannie Mae modification and refinance programs, etc.); and various state mortgage lending laws and procedures. High level of legal expertise in the area of mortgage and consumer finance required. Broad breadth of experience in representing banks in the mortgage industry on both the origination and servicing sides needed.
Legal 15 - 20 Full-time 2013-03-09

Illinois - Attorney - Corporate Trust and Municipal Finance

Chicago IL Attorney - Corporate Trust and Municipal Finance
The candidate will be responsible for legal issues affecting the global corporate trust division of the bank. Will review and negotiate municipal financing transaction documents and other documents related to transactions. Counsel the business line on issues related to the governing documents, administer municipal finance accounts, and write supporting trustee opinions for closing. Will also interpret SEC, OCC, MSRB and other relevant laws and regulations; provide advice on various account level and bondholder issues; and advise management concerning risk and litigation matters.

The candidate must have 7+ years of experience in municipal finance transactions including experience representing corporate trustees. Additional experience in structured finance, corporate finance and related areas of law plus. An understanding of the legal and regulatory issues applicable to fiduciaries and agents in the context of corporate trusteeships is desired. Background in representing corporate fiduciary and/or financial institutions is helpful.
Legal 7 - 9 Full-time 2013-02-22

Illinois - Senior Vice President of Finance

Barrington IL Senior Vice President of Finance
The candidate will provide leadership and direction for developing and implementing regional finance, legal, and risk management strategies and initiatives in order to achieve company's corporate objectives and strategic targets. Will partner with the operating business to ensure that financial, legal, and risk capability and service across the Region is continuously aligned and developed and is delivered efficiently and effectively. Direct and coordinate designated Company financial activities according to financial principles and government regulations. Coordinate activities of assigned programs and determines methods and procedures and policies for carrying out programs. Ensure regional finance function operates in accordance with Group policies and procedures. Manage and coordinate compliance issues such as government contracting, Internal Revenue Service, financial reporting and banking relationships. Participate in the integration of mergers and acquisitions. Participate in strategic and operational governance processes of the organization particularly in the Finance, Legal, and Risk Management areas. Direct all legal functions of the company and assure legal representation for the company's business by overseeing the resources needed to provide legal support, advice and sound recommendations to all levels of the organization. Establish legal services required by the organization and ensure that the organization is protected from any legal action. Oversee maintenance of corporate activities at all subsidiary levels. Provide contracting oversight. Responsible for establishing best practices for contract preparation, review and negotiation for corporate operations. Provide strategy, direction and oversight of litigation and claims for optimum results. Investigate claims against the company, working with appropriate internal/external staff/resources for response and resolution. Ensure legal function operates in accordance with Group policies and procedures. Participate as a member of the Regional Leadership Group (RLG) and advisor to corporate services groups and corporate committees. Facilitate global communications networks to maximize information sharing, quality and consistency. Develop business case justifications and cost/benefit analyses for spending initiatives. Ensure implementation and compliance with company's related operations and policies. Plan, develop, and implement policies, and establish objectives of all the organization's Finance, Legal and Risk functions in accordance with the organization's objectives. Build strategic relationships with external stakeholders and organizations to improve outcomes for the Region and to assist in the robust development and implementation of company's and the Region's strategies and operations.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance or related field. MBA and/or J.D. degree preferred. CA or CPA also preferred. Must have 10-15 years of executive management experience in finance/legal/risk or related field and knowledge of applicable laws and regulations. Should have executive level experience in business processes, leadership, management, client service, budgeting, people management, communications, commercial processes, insurance and consultation. Experience in developing financial knowledge to improve business systems is required. International business experience is required.
Legal 10 - 15 Full-time 2013-02-02

Illinois - Senior Vice President of Finance

Monee IL Senior Vice President of Finance
The candidate will provide leadership and direction for developing and implementing regional finance, legal, and risk management strategies and initiatives in order to achieve company's corporate objectives and strategic targets. Will partner with the operating business to ensure that financial, legal, and risk capability and service across the Region is continuously aligned and developed and is delivered efficiently and effectively. Direct and coordinate designated Company financial activities according to financial principles and government regulations. Coordinate activities of assigned programs and determines methods and procedures and policies for carrying out programs. Ensure regional finance function operates in accordance with Group policies and procedures. Manage and coordinate compliance issues such as government contracting, Internal Revenue Service, financial reporting and banking relationships. Participate in the integration of mergers and acquisitions. Participate in strategic and operational governance processes of the organization particularly in the Finance, Legal, and Risk Management areas. Direct all legal functions of the company and assure legal representation for the company's business by overseeing the resources needed to provide legal support, advice and sound recommendations to all levels of the organization. Establish legal services required by the organization and ensure that the organization is protected from any legal action. Oversee maintenance of corporate activities at all subsidiary levels. Provide contracting oversight. Responsible for establishing best practices for contract preparation, review and negotiation for corporate operations. Provide strategy, direction and oversight of litigation and claims for optimum results. Investigate claims against the company, working with appropriate internal/external staff/resources for response and resolution. Ensure legal function operates in accordance with Group policies and procedures. Participate as a member of the Regional Leadership Group (RLG) and advisor to corporate services groups and corporate committees. Facilitate global communications networks to maximize information sharing, quality and consistency. Develop business case justifications and cost/benefit analyses for spending initiatives. Ensure implementation and compliance with company's related operations and policies. Plan, develop, and implement policies, and establish objectives of all the organization's Finance, Legal and Risk functions in accordance with the organization's objectives. Build strategic relationships with external stakeholders and organizations to improve outcomes for the Region and to assist in the robust development and implementation of company's and the Region's strategies and operations.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance or related field. MBA and/or J.D. degree preferred. CA or CPA also preferred. Must have 10-15 years of executive management experience in finance/legal/risk or related field and knowledge of applicable laws and regulations. Should have executive level experience in business processes, leadership, management, client service, budgeting, people management, communications, commercial processes, insurance and consultation. Experience in developing financial knowledge to improve business systems is required. International business experience is required.
Legal 10 - 15 Full-time 2013-02-02

Illinois - Senior Vice President of Finance

Chicago IL Senior Vice President of Finance
The candidate will provide leadership and direction for developing and implementing regional finance, legal, and risk management strategies and initiatives in order to achieve company's corporate objectives and strategic targets. Will partner with the operating business to ensure that financial, legal, and risk capability and service across the Region is continuously aligned and developed and is delivered efficiently and effectively. Direct and coordinate designated Company financial activities according to financial principles and government regulations. Coordinate activities of assigned programs and determines methods and procedures and policies for carrying out programs. Ensure regional finance function operates in accordance with Group policies and procedures. Manage and coordinate compliance issues such as government contracting, Internal Revenue Service, financial reporting and banking relationships. Participate in the integration of mergers and acquisitions. Participate in strategic and operational governance processes of the organization particularly in the Finance, Legal, and Risk Management areas. Direct all legal functions of the company and assure legal representation for the company's business by overseeing the resources needed to provide legal support, advice and sound recommendations to all levels of the organization. Establish legal services required by the organization and ensure that the organization is protected from any legal action. Oversee maintenance of corporate activities at all subsidiary levels. Provide contracting oversight. Responsible for establishing best practices for contract preparation, review and negotiation for corporate operations. Provide strategy, direction and oversight of litigation and claims for optimum results. Investigate claims against the company, working with appropriate internal/external staff/resources for response and resolution. Ensure legal function operates in accordance with Group policies and procedures. Participate as a member of the Regional Leadership Group (RLG) and advisor to corporate services groups and corporate committees. Facilitate global communications networks to maximize information sharing, quality and consistency. Develop business case justifications and cost/benefit analyses for spending initiatives. Ensure implementation and compliance with company's related operations and policies. Plan, develop, and implement policies, and establish objectives of all the organization's Finance, Legal and Risk functions in accordance with the organization's objectives. Build strategic relationships with external stakeholders and organizations to improve outcomes for the Region and to assist in the robust development and implementation of company's and the Region's strategies and operations.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance or related field. MBA and/or J.D. degree preferred. CA or CPA also preferred. Must have 10-15 years of executive management experience in finance/legal/risk or related field and knowledge of applicable laws and regulations. Should have executive level experience in business processes, leadership, management, client service, budgeting, people management, communications, commercial processes, insurance and consultation. Experience in developing financial knowledge to improve business systems is required. International business experience is required.
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Senior Legal Counsel, Merchant
In-House,PayPal Inc.
Location : Chicago, IL, United States

Senior Legal Counsel, Merchant The candidate will be a subject matter expert in the area of Merchant Services, including applicable payment card networks and NACHA rules. Help develop a unified framework to help the company successfully navigate car... + read more

aug 07, 2022


Senior Legal Counsel
In-House,PayPal Inc.
Location : Chicago, IL, United States

Senior Legal Counsel - Merchant Products The candidate will provide proactive, timely and business-focused legal advice on payments law and banking regulation. Will advise on the design and modification of products, proactively identify associated r... + read more

jun 12, 2022


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Vp, Assistant General Counsel - Commercial Banking
Refer job# RWQQ169746
 
VP, Assistant General Counsel - Commercial Banking The candidate will counsel bankers on structuring and documenting a variety of credit and banking transactions. Provide transactional support, including the review, negotiation and drafting of credit and collateral documentation, confidentiality agreements, indicative term sheets and other proposals, commitment letters, amendments and waivers. Advise, in conjunction with Special Credits Legal, on troubled credit situations, waivers, amendments and forbearance agreements. Identify and mitigate risks (legal, operational, reputational and other). Participate in cross line of business projects on a variety of subjects, including the drafting of policies and procedures on new regulations and amendments or new interpretations to existing regulations. Provide legal interpretations of regulations and guidance on their applicability to Middle Market Banking (such as, Know-Your-Customer, OFAC and anti-money laundering compliance; banking regulatory compliance such as anti-tying; Reg. B, Reg. U, conflicts of interest, information-sharing, confidentiality and privacy). Counsel Wholesale Lending Services staff on documenting, booking and servicing of loans and on forms, policies, procedures and job aids. Advise, in conjunction with Wholesale Payments Legal and CB Products Legal, on the negotiation and exception approval of deposit and cash management documentation. Review and advise on proposed new or modified products, businesses, technology, processes, practices and procedures, and identify any legal and regulatory issues. Prepare and update standard commercial loan documentation and procedures. Provide training for underwriters, bankers, analysts, associates, operational staff, and customer support staff on legal issues. Manage outside counsel.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctor degree with at least 3 years of relevant commercial finance transactional legal experience at a law firm and/or in-house legal department at a large bank or other financial services company. Must be licensed to practice law and a member in good standing in the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment or otherwise in compliance with the in-house counsel registration rules of such jurisdiction. The strategic vision is to anticipate legal issues for different businesses and business models. The ability to prioritize work, manage a large number of issues at one time, and interact with senior and executive management. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Knowledge of the legal and regulatory requirements for commercial banking businesses is required. Collegial; able to build and maintain good relationships with clients and colleagues. Demonstrated problem-solving and project management skills, judgment and character.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Vp, Assistant General Counsel - Commercial Banking
Refer job# UNKN169409
 
VP, Assistant General Counsel - Commercial Banking Responsibilities: Counsel bankers on structuring and documenting a variety of credit and banking transactions. Provide transactional support, including the review, negotiation and drafting of credit and collateral documentation, confidentiality agreements, indicative term sheets and other proposals, commitment letters, amendments and waivers. Advise, in conjunction with Special Credits Legal, on troubled credit situations, waivers, amendments and forbearance agreements. Identify and mitigate risks (legal, operational, reputational and other). Participate in cross line of business projects on a variety of subjects, including the drafting of policies and procedures on new regulations and amendments or new interpretations to existing regulations. Provide legal interpretations of regulations and guidance on their applicability to Middle Market Banking (such as, Know-Your-Customer, OFAC and anti-money laundering compliance; banking regulatory compliance such as anti-tying; Reg. B, Reg. U, conflicts of interest, information-sharing, confidentiality and privacy). Counsel Wholesale Lending Services staff on documenting, booking and servicing of loans and on forms, policies, procedures and job aids. Advise, in conjunction with Wholesale Payments Legal and CB Products Legal, on the negotiation and exception approval of deposit and cash management documentation. Review and advise on proposed new or modified products, businesses, technology, processes, practices and procedures, and identify any legal and regulatory issues. Prepare and update standard commercial loan documentation and procedures. Provide training for underwriters, bankers, analysts, associates, operational staff, and customer support staff on legal issues. Manage outside counsel.

Qualifications: JD Degree with 3+ years of relevant commercial finance transactional legal experience at a law firm and/or in-house legal department at a large bank or other financial services company. Must be licensed to practice law and a member in good standing in the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment or otherwise in compliance with the in-house counsel registration rules of such jurisdiction. The strategic vision to anticipate legal issues for different businesses and business models. The ability to prioritize work, manage a large number of issues at one time, and interact with senior and executive management. Excellent verbal and written communications skills. Knowledge of the legal and regulatory requirements for commercial banking businesses is required. Collegial; able to build and maintain good relationships with clients and colleagues. Demonstrated problem solving and project management skills, judgment and character. All candidates for roles in the Legal department must successfully complete a conflicts of interest clearance review prior to commencement of employment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Vp & Assistant General Counsel - Commercial Banking/corporate Client Banking & Specialized Industrie
Refer job# FJSL169411
 
VP & Assistant General Counsel - Commercial Banking/Corporate Client Banking & Specialized Industries and International Banking Legal Duties: Transaction support, including analysis and advice on structural and risk issues and review and negotiation of credit and collateral documentation; drafting, review and negotiation of confidentiality agreements, guarantees, collateral assignments of deposit accounts, advised line documents, fee letters, engagement letters, term sheets, and commitment letters; tailoring of standard bank loan documentation forms; indicative term sheets and other proposals; amendments and waivers, etc., and advising underwriters on various credit agreement issues. Development and updating and/or participating in development and updating of standard bank loan documentation forms. Coordination within cb and with corporate & investment bank legal on assorted credit & lending topics and policy and/or documentation development. Involvement (with relevant team members and/or internal smes) in other transactional, negotiation, legal or compliance issues affecting your client base (e.g., regarding deposit and cash management products, loan administrative issues, regulatory issues, errors or disputes, etc.). Participation in internal projects, often cross-cb or cross-lob, to streamline operations, create efficiencies and/or improve the client experience. Participation in jpmc initiatives on diversity, equity and inclusion as well as environmental, social and governance topics. Training of internal constituencies (e.g. Bankers, credit, service) on legal issues. Outside counsel management and communications on jpmc credit documentation issues, procedures and changes; law firm conflict waivers.

Qualifications: A JD degree and be a licensed attorney in good standing (Illinois, Texas and/or New York strongly preferred) with 5+ years ? experience. A general knowledge of and experience with credit and lending issues, transactions and documentation. The ability to establish ongoing relationships and partner across business lines to deliver appropriate and consistent solutions. Excellent skills in communicating with clients and prospects, internal colleagues and external counsel and other lenders, administrative agents, creditors, etc., and in negotiating with any of these constituencies when necessary. A proven ability to operate in a fast-paced, constantly changing environment and an up-beat, can-do  attitude and willingness to meet challenges head-on.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
VP, Assistant General Counsel - Commercial Banking
Refer job# SWXR169412
 
VP, Assistant General Counsel - Commercial Banking Responsibilities: Provide transaction support, including analysis and advice on structural and risk issues and review and negotiation of credit and collateral documentation; drafting, review, and negotiation of confidentiality agreements, guarantees, collateral assignments of deposit accounts, advised line documents, fee letters, engagement letters, term sheets, and commitment letters; tailoring of standard bank loan documentation forms; indicative term sheets and other proposals; amendments and waivers, etc., and advising underwriters on various credit agreement issues. Counsel bankers on structuring and documenting a variety of credit and banking transactions. Development and updating and/or participating in the development and updating of standard bank loan documentation forms. Coordination within CB and with Corporate & Investment Bank Legal on assorted credit & lending topics and policy and/or documentation development. Involvement (with relevant team members and/or internal SMEs) in other transactional, negotiation, legal, or compliance issues affecting the client base (e.g., regarding deposit and cash management products, loan administrative issues, regulatory issues, errors or disputes, etc.). Participation in internal projects, often cross-CB or cross-LOB, to streamline operations, create efficiencies, and/or improve the client experience. Participation in JPMC initiatives on diversity, equity, and inclusion as well as environmental, social, and governance topics. Training of internal constituencies (e.g. bankers, credit, service) on legal issues. Outside counsel management and communications on JPMC credit documentation issues, procedures, and changes; law firm conflict waivers.

Qualifications: J.D. Degree and be a licensed attorney in good standing (New York, Illinois, and/or Texas strongly preferred) with 5+ years of experience. General knowledge of and experience with credit and lending issues, transactions, and documentation (especially syndicated credit transactions). The ability to establish ongoing relationships and partnerships across business lines to deliver appropriate and consistent solutions. Excellent skills in communicating with clients and prospects, internal colleagues and external counsel and other lenders, administrative agents, creditors, etc., and in negotiating with any of these constituencies when necessary. A proven ability to operate in a fast-paced, constantly changing environment and an upbeat, can-do  attitude and willingness to meet challenges head-on.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Illinois - Commercial Banking - Head of Enterprise Financial Crimes (KYC/AML) Compliance
Refer job# IZ4625985
 
Commercial Banking - Head of Enterprise Financial Crimes (KYC/AML) Compliance
The candidate will oversee the CB KYC/AML compliance programs, ensuring that such programs meet and, where appropriate, exceed applicable legal and regulatory requirements to enable the businesses to grow and serve customers in a prudent and responsible manner. Will direct the CB KYC/AML Compliance strategy responsible for the full range of AML and economic sanctions program activities (policy, risk assessment, compliance testing, transaction monitoring, suspect screening operations, OFAC compliance, business process analysis, program execution, and outreach and liaison activities). Coordinate with the operations functions performed by global AML Compliance, including transaction monitoring, investigations, suspicious activity reporting and suspect screening. Provide governance and oversight of the CB KYC/AML programs in multiple sub-LOBs, partnering with the Global AML Compliance teams to develop, implement and administer appropriate AML policies and procedures. Advise business and senior leaders on regulatory and risk management issues related to CB KYC/AML and economic sanctions program. Partner with other control functions, including Audit and Risk Management, to ensure the effective operation of the CB KYC/AML program. Serve as principal liaison with regulatory officials in connection with the review of the CB KYC/AML program. Liaise with regulatory agencies.

The candidate should preferably have a J.D. degree. Must have 12-15 years of relevant compliance, risk or audit experience in the financial services industry. Should have expert knowledge of Know Your Customer (KYC) and AML-related legal and regulatory requirements and US banking regulations. Management or operational experience in both Corporate Center Compliance and Business Line Compliance positions desired. Significant experience in Legal or Compliance department required. Experience with bank regulators preferred.
 
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Illinois - Chief Counsel III
Refer job# IYJR25827
 
Chief Counsel III
The candidate will partner closely with the legal and executive teams as well as the origination and servicing managers. Will interface with risk, compliance, credit, government and regulatory affairs and operational functions, as well as other areas. Work closely with other lines of business that originate and service residential mortgage loans. Serve as primary counsel to multiple senior managers and will provide primary oversight for certain law firm relationships. Manage a group of attorneys, paralegals and support staff and provide leadership to assure the high quality of services provided. Provide legal advice and support to internal clients in the mortgage businesses noted above, including both the origination and servicing units. Work closely with Government and Regulatory Affairs to identify and advance policy initiatives that have effects for company's residential-mortgage-related activities. Interact with supervisory staff of the OCC, Federal Reserve and CFPB concerning examination, supervision and enforcement concerning company's residential-mortgage-related activities. Understand and interpret both new regulations and changes to existing regulations to determine the potential impact on the mortgage business. Provide legal advice and support directly to managers, underwriters, paralegals, documentation specialists, and loan administrators and servicers on mortgage matters of varying complexity. Comprehend and interpret changing regulations with the ability to communicate these changes to the business in a timely manner. Responsible for identifying assessing, managing and mitigating risk.

The candidate should have a J.D. from an accredited law school as well as admission to practice in the courts for a state having passed that state's Bar exam. Must have 15+ years of experience in mortgage lending law. Should have knowledge of relevant regulations and laws affecting both mortgage originations and servicing. Must have strong working knowledge of mortgage repurchase procedures and demands, mortgage insurance claims, and/or title insurance claims. Should preferably have a strong working knowledge of mortgage originations and mortgage servicing, including mortgage lending related regulations and laws, including: federal regulations, laws and programs (TILA, RESPA, HOEPA, HMDA, ECOA, FDCPA, FACTA, the US Treasury/Freddie Mac/Fannie Mae modification and refinance programs, etc.); and various state mortgage lending laws and procedures. High level of legal expertise in the area of mortgage and consumer finance required. Broad breadth of experience in representing banks in the mortgage industry on both the origination and servicing sides needed.
 
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Illinois - Attorney - Corporate Trust and Municipal Finance
Refer job# ZMM025645
 
Attorney - Corporate Trust and Municipal Finance
The candidate will be responsible for legal issues affecting the global corporate trust division of the bank. Will review and negotiate municipal financing transaction documents and other documents related to transactions. Counsel the business line on issues related to the governing documents, administer municipal finance accounts, and write supporting trustee opinions for closing. Will also interpret SEC, OCC, MSRB and other relevant laws and regulations; provide advice on various account level and bondholder issues; and advise management concerning risk and litigation matters.

The candidate must have 7+ years of experience in municipal finance transactions including experience representing corporate trustees. Additional experience in structured finance, corporate finance and related areas of law plus. An understanding of the legal and regulatory issues applicable to fiduciaries and agents in the context of corporate trusteeships is desired. Background in representing corporate fiduciary and/or financial institutions is helpful.
 
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Illinois - Senior Vice President of Finance
Refer job# 0B1W25477
 
Senior Vice President of Finance
The candidate will provide leadership and direction for developing and implementing regional finance, legal, and risk management strategies and initiatives in order to achieve company's corporate objectives and strategic targets. Will partner with the operating business to ensure that financial, legal, and risk capability and service across the Region is continuously aligned and developed and is delivered efficiently and effectively. Direct and coordinate designated Company financial activities according to financial principles and government regulations. Coordinate activities of assigned programs and determines methods and procedures and policies for carrying out programs. Ensure regional finance function operates in accordance with Group policies and procedures. Manage and coordinate compliance issues such as government contracting, Internal Revenue Service, financial reporting and banking relationships. Participate in the integration of mergers and acquisitions. Participate in strategic and operational governance processes of the organization particularly in the Finance, Legal, and Risk Management areas. Direct all legal functions of the company and assure legal representation for the company's business by overseeing the resources needed to provide legal support, advice and sound recommendations to all levels of the organization. Establish legal services required by the organization and ensure that the organization is protected from any legal action. Oversee maintenance of corporate activities at all subsidiary levels. Provide contracting oversight. Responsible for establishing best practices for contract preparation, review and negotiation for corporate operations. Provide strategy, direction and oversight of litigation and claims for optimum results. Investigate claims against the company, working with appropriate internal/external staff/resources for response and resolution. Ensure legal function operates in accordance with Group policies and procedures. Participate as a member of the Regional Leadership Group (RLG) and advisor to corporate services groups and corporate committees. Facilitate global communications networks to maximize information sharing, quality and consistency. Develop business case justifications and cost/benefit analyses for spending initiatives. Ensure implementation and compliance with company's related operations and policies. Plan, develop, and implement policies, and establish objectives of all the organization's Finance, Legal and Risk functions in accordance with the organization's objectives. Build strategic relationships with external stakeholders and organizations to improve outcomes for the Region and to assist in the robust development and implementation of company's and the Region's strategies and operations.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance or related field. MBA and/or J.D. degree preferred. CA or CPA also preferred. Must have 10-15 years of executive management experience in finance/legal/risk or related field and knowledge of applicable laws and regulations. Should have executive level experience in business processes, leadership, management, client service, budgeting, people management, communications, commercial processes, insurance and consultation. Experience in developing financial knowledge to improve business systems is required. International business experience is required.
 
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Illinois - Senior Vice President of Finance
Refer job# QWUB25495
 
Senior Vice President of Finance
The candidate will provide leadership and direction for developing and implementing regional finance, legal, and risk management strategies and initiatives in order to achieve company's corporate objectives and strategic targets. Will partner with the operating business to ensure that financial, legal, and risk capability and service across the Region is continuously aligned and developed and is delivered efficiently and effectively. Direct and coordinate designated Company financial activities according to financial principles and government regulations. Coordinate activities of assigned programs and determines methods and procedures and policies for carrying out programs. Ensure regional finance function operates in accordance with Group policies and procedures. Manage and coordinate compliance issues such as government contracting, Internal Revenue Service, financial reporting and banking relationships. Participate in the integration of mergers and acquisitions. Participate in strategic and operational governance processes of the organization particularly in the Finance, Legal, and Risk Management areas. Direct all legal functions of the company and assure legal representation for the company's business by overseeing the resources needed to provide legal support, advice and sound recommendations to all levels of the organization. Establish legal services required by the organization and ensure that the organization is protected from any legal action. Oversee maintenance of corporate activities at all subsidiary levels. Provide contracting oversight. Responsible for establishing best practices for contract preparation, review and negotiation for corporate operations. Provide strategy, direction and oversight of litigation and claims for optimum results. Investigate claims against the company, working with appropriate internal/external staff/resources for response and resolution. Ensure legal function operates in accordance with Group policies and procedures. Participate as a member of the Regional Leadership Group (RLG) and advisor to corporate services groups and corporate committees. Facilitate global communications networks to maximize information sharing, quality and consistency. Develop business case justifications and cost/benefit analyses for spending initiatives. Ensure implementation and compliance with company's related operations and policies. Plan, develop, and implement policies, and establish objectives of all the organization's Finance, Legal and Risk functions in accordance with the organization's objectives. Build strategic relationships with external stakeholders and organizations to improve outcomes for the Region and to assist in the robust development and implementation of company's and the Region's strategies and operations.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance or related field. MBA and/or J.D. degree preferred. CA or CPA also preferred. Must have 10-15 years of executive management experience in finance/legal/risk or related field and knowledge of applicable laws and regulations. Should have executive level experience in business processes, leadership, management, client service, budgeting, people management, communications, commercial processes, insurance and consultation. Experience in developing financial knowledge to improve business systems is required. International business experience is required.
 
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Illinois - Senior Vice President of Finance
Refer job# VFF725470
 
Senior Vice President of Finance
The candidate will provide leadership and direction for developing and implementing regional finance, legal, and risk management strategies and initiatives in order to achieve company's corporate objectives and strategic targets. Will partner with the operating business to ensure that financial, legal, and risk capability and service across the Region is continuously aligned and developed and is delivered efficiently and effectively. Direct and coordinate designated Company financial activities according to financial principles and government regulations. Coordinate activities of assigned programs and determines methods and procedures and policies for carrying out programs. Ensure regional finance function operates in accordance with Group policies and procedures. Manage and coordinate compliance issues such as government contracting, Internal Revenue Service, financial reporting and banking relationships. Participate in the integration of mergers and acquisitions. Participate in strategic and operational governance processes of the organization particularly in the Finance, Legal, and Risk Management areas. Direct all legal functions of the company and assure legal representation for the company's business by overseeing the resources needed to provide legal support, advice and sound recommendations to all levels of the organization. Establish legal services required by the organization and ensure that the organization is protected from any legal action. Oversee maintenance of corporate activities at all subsidiary levels. Provide contracting oversight. Responsible for establishing best practices for contract preparation, review and negotiation for corporate operations. Provide strategy, direction and oversight of litigation and claims for optimum results. Investigate claims against the company, working with appropriate internal/external staff/resources for response and resolution. Ensure legal function operates in accordance with Group policies and procedures. Participate as a member of the Regional Leadership Group (RLG) and advisor to corporate services groups and corporate committees. Facilitate global communications networks to maximize information sharing, quality and consistency. Develop business case justifications and cost/benefit analyses for spending initiatives. Ensure implementation and compliance with company's related operations and policies. Plan, develop, and implement policies, and establish objectives of all the organization's Finance, Legal and Risk functions in accordance with the organization's objectives. Build strategic relationships with external stakeholders and organizations to improve outcomes for the Region and to assist in the robust development and implementation of company's and the Region's strategies and operations.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance or related field. MBA and/or J.D. degree preferred. CA or CPA also preferred. Must have 10-15 years of executive management experience in finance/legal/risk or related field and knowledge of applicable laws and regulations. Should have executive level experience in business processes, leadership, management, client service, budgeting, people management, communications, commercial processes, insurance and consultation. Experience in developing financial knowledge to improve business systems is required. International business experience is required.
 
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