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New York - Attorney - Consumer Banking

New York NY Attorney - Consumer Banking
The candidate will provide general legal counsel to the consumer banking businesses, as well as specific advice on products, services and certain legal actions. Will review legal contracts and documents. Directly, or through staff, conduct legal research. May represent the bank in legal actions. Advise small business groups on Regulations B, E, CC, DD, and Z; FCRA, CARD Act, Dodd-Frank, Durbin, UDAP, SCRA, ADA, UCC, ACH, wire transfers, antitrust, telemarketing, fair lending, professional practice lending, and issuances from the OCC, CFPB, and FFIEC. Review and draft agreements, disclosures, web pages, and customer communications for small business loans, lines of credit, business credit cards, debit cards, deposit accounts, electronic banking products, and banking center operations. Review, comment on, and advise the bank on proposed and final federal regulations and state law issues. Advise on, and assist in the resolution of, customer complaints and disputes. Support portfolio changes, acquisitions, and divestitures. Provide advice to small business senior managers on achieving strategic goals. Engage with risk partners, including Compliance, Operational Risk, Credit Risk, Audit, Privacy, Fraud, and AML in support of small business initiatives and issues.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree. Must have 10+ years of experience in consumer and small business banking, primarily in lending products, including credit cards as well as deposits and electronic banking. Should have experience reviewing and draft agreements, disclosures, web pages, and customer communications for SB loans, lines of credit, business credit cards, debit cards, deposit accounts, electronic banking products, and banking center operations. In-house experience in a national bank is desirable.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2013-03-14

New York - Attorney - Global Transaction Services

New York NY Attorney - Global Transaction Services
The candidate provides general legal counsel on matters supporting the Bank's global product solutions activities, as well as specific advice on products, services and certain legal actions. Reviews legal contracts and documents. Directly, or through staff, conducts legal research. May represent the bank in legal actions. Supports various GTS products and services, including the domestic and global corporate procurement and travel card programs. Will provide support for certain ACH-related treasury services as well as provide support for GTS services provided in the public sector. Work closely with teams in various jurisdictions, as well as coordinate with outside counsel, to ensure the successful provision and/or expansion of these products globally. Advise and assist the business on a day-to-day basis. Review, advise, and assist in negotiation of agreements with a variety of commercial and government entities. Provide advice regarding applicable rules and regulations, including impacts of proposed and new laws and regulations related to GTS products. Review marketing materials. Interface with Risk and Compliance groups as needed and work with cross-enterprise teams on a variety of issues related to GTS products.

The candidate must have 7-10 years of experience, with some internal counsel experience and preferably have a solid understanding of laws and rules for corporate card programs in the US (including Fair Credit Reporting Act, card association rules, UCC Article 4A and NACHA Rules) as well as the ability to work closely with colleagues and/or outside counsel in other countries with respect to applicable laws and rules in the relevant jurisdictions. Experience with other card products is a plus. Should have knowledge of relevant market practices in the area with respect to these products. Must have the ability to work across international time zones.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2013-03-12

New York - Compliance, Merchant Banking, Vice President/ Managing Director

New York NY Compliance, Merchant Banking, Vice President / Managing Director
The candidate will be responsible for the compliance program globally and will lead a team comprised of approximately 5 individuals. Will have the ability to manage changes resulting from regulatory reform. Ensure that investments are assessed for compliance and reputational issues. Design and monitor surveillance on potential and existing investments and MBD marketing initiatives. Create controls and roll out surveillance for adherence to laws, regulations and firm policies and procedures. Interact directly with regulators and provide advice for business. Design and deliver live and online training on divisional policies and procedures. Oversee and provide advice related to required regulatory filings such as Form ADV, Form PF and NFA filings. Design testing and monitoring to review and assess the effectiveness of controls and surveillance. Act as a resource on a daily basis for compliance, regulatory, policy and reputational issues including review and advise on employees' registration, personal investment, personal trading and other individual compliance issues. Develop appropriate policies and procedures in place in light of changing regulation and new products developed by MBD. Should preferably have a law degree. Must have experience in covering compliance and/or legal of a private equity business is preferred, together with knowledge of the US Investment Advisers Act of 1940 and commodity rules applicable to pooled investment vehicles.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2013-03-02

New York - Principal Attorney Editor

New York NY Principal Attorney Editor
The candidate will author special reports and data-driven analyses of corporate legal practice areas including capital markets/securities, M&A and corporate governance. Will work closely with the editorial, analyst, sales and marketing teams. Develop corporate practice intelligence reports tailored to a managing partner/executive level client base - reports which leverage company's extensive financial and legal data collections and incorporate current awareness, market trends, company research and thought leadership to provide actionable intelligence about corporate legal and deals/transactional trends. Report to the Director of Business Law Editorial. Join client meetings or attend, speak as a panelist at and/or moderate conferences or webinars as a subject matter expert. Provide written and oral thought leadership and in-depth legal analysis of timely topics in capital markets, M&A, corporate finance, securities and corporate governance. Research, identify and analyze existing and emerging market trends affecting law firm corporate practice, using both primary legal documents and data-driven platforms. Write articles explaining the 'so what' of market trends data with sophistication yet using plain English. Collaborate with sales and marketing to identify key areas for growth in the corporate legal information services market, harnessing company's extensive data on capital markets and M&A transactions. Liaise with internal and external contributors, negotiating timelines as needed to meet deadlines. Edit text provided by colleagues and ensure a common voice in final reports. Work collaboratively and build relationships at all levels within a cross-organizational team. Research and write reports analyzing the impact of M&A, capital markets and corporate finance market trends. Present findings to clients and at conferences as a subject matter expert as needed. At the request of senior level customers, design analysis tailored to meet individual needs. Write a regular series of articles analyzing what's market in corporate transactional practice.

The candidate should have a J.D., MBA or graduate degree in finance or related field. Bachelor's degree in finance, business or journalism is strongly preferred. Must have 6+ years of experience with capital markets, M&A, securities and corporate finance transactions. Business development experience strongly preferred. Should preferably be either a senior associate in corporate practice at a global law firm or financial institution seeking to apply skills outside of the law firm environment; a mid-level corporate associate from a global law firm with a background in finance or statistics and demonstrated experience doing data analysis; or a journalist with 12+ years of experience analyzing capital markets and M&A deals for a senior level, professional client base. Should have deep understanding of deals/transactional law trends, best practices and business development needs for corporate lawyers. Must have a keen interest in writing, demonstrate excellent business acumen and experience drafting corporate transactions.
Legal 6 - 8 Full-time 2013-03-01

New York - Attorney - Corporate Trust and Municipal Finance

New York NY 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

New York - Compliance Deputy Director - Corporate Fair Lending

New York NY Compliance Deputy Director - Corporate Fair Lending
The candidate will work closely with the Corporate Fair Lending Managing Director to provide a key resource to Bank's Fair Lending program, at the enterprise and business levels. Will also work closely with senior managers in the US consumer businesses, the in-business fair lending officers, each Compliance product heads, Legal, Risk, CRA and Governance, and Regulatory and External Affairs (GREA). Responsibilities will include ensuring Bank's compliance with the applicable fair lending laws and regulations, via developing and maintaining a comprehensive, enterprise-wide fair lending program, and promoting coordination and consistency across Bank's US Consumer businesses. Serve as a deep subject-matter expert on the fair lending regulatory and enforcement landscape. Apply expertise to evaluate the fair lending inherent risk in programs, practices or business decisions, recommend best practices to mitigate risk, and provide real-time advice to the businesses and other stakeholders. Assist Fair Lending and the businesses with examination management, and respond to regulatory requests, occasionally serving as a point of contact for Bank with regulatory agencies on fair lending matters. Design and lead large and complex projects at the enterprise-wide level that promote and maintain a strong fair lending control environment at Bank, coordinate with internal stakeholders, including Business leaders and managers, Legal, and Risk, that promote and maintain a strong fair lending control environment at Bank. Build strong partnerships across the organization and collaborate effectively within business and control functions to execute responsibilities across the range of Bank's fair lending program. Monitor and oversee business-line fair lending programs, providing ongoing direction and support, to ensure consistency across the enterprise. Develop and submit an annual Corporate Fair Lending strategic plan, budget, and training plan. Perform supplementary fair lending tasks as assigned by the Corporate Fair Lending Director.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree. Master's or Law degree preferred. Must have 10+ years of fair lending or comparable experience at a regulatory agency or banking institution, preferably at a major financial institution. Should have strong and detailed expertise in fair lending laws and regulations, in particular: the Equal Credit Opportunity Act and the Fair Housing Act, and current regulatory expectations. Quantitative background or experience is desirable.
Legal 10 - 15 Full-time 2013-02-15

New York - Asset Management Compliance Officer

New York NY Asset Management Compliance Officer
The candidate will administer and oversee all compliance aspects of particular business line or department for an entity that is a registered investment adviser, commodity pool operator and commodity trading adviser. Will provide compliance advisory coverage for registered and private funds, ERISA and other institutional separate accounts focusing on the following investment strategies: commodities, quantitative (managed futures and volatility, hedge fund replication, hedge fund of fund and municipals. Provide back-up to compliance advisory coverage officer overseeing various credit businesses. Assess and ensure proper registrations for employees. Oversee trading activities for portfolios, including the monitoring of futures to ensure Bank is not in violation of exchange limits. Participate in matters concerning Fed and Bank Regulatory issues as they relate to the businesses overseen. Formulate and implement policies and procedures, including training relating to the firm's investment advisory activities. Prepare compliance-related materials for quarterly meetings of the Boards of the Bank family of open and closed-end funds. Prepare periodic certifications, respond to ad hoc requests and review the annual and semi-annual reports for sub-advisory relationships. Draft and implement required compliance policies, manuals, alerts and procedures on both a routine and as-needed basis. Routinely assess regulatory developments, inform key stakeholders of the developments and their impact on the firm and determine the appropriate actions to ensure the firm is positioned to comply with the new requirements. Lead and/or participate in divisional and regional projects, as requested. Perform strategic desk reviews independently or in conjunction with a dedicated Desk and Branch Review Group. Perform annual compliance risk and conflicts assessment and identify and implement corrective actions to issues identified during this process. Perform certain trade surveillance activities and supervise trade surveillance activities offshored to CS office in Poland. Interface with Central Compliance functions as appropriate (Control Room, Bank Anti-Corruption, Registration, AML, etc.) on matters relating to the firm's activities. Expand scope of responsibilities as requested. Collaborate with other control functions and other members of the GC department.

The candidate should have a College degree. A J.D. degree would be a plus. Must have 10+ years of relevant AM experience. Should have strong knowledge of Investment Advisors Act, Investment Company Act, ERISA, securities laws and regulation. Work experience at major financial institution/Global financial services firm a plus. Must have familiarity with Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint and Word, Charles River and Bloomberg are key to functioning effectively with the day-to-day tasks. Familiarity with the review and approval of marketing/advertising materials a plus. Strong knowledge of complex investment strategies and products such as leveraged loans, municipals, commodities, hedge fund replication, hedge fund of funds, quant., CLOs) a plus.
Legal 10 - 15 Full-time 2013-02-06

New York - Senior Vice President of Finance

Brooklyn NY 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

New York - Senior Vice President of Finance

Syracuse NY 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 2013-02-01

New York - Strategic Market Intelligence (SMI) Analyst - Banking and Capital Markets, Regulatory

New York NY Strategic Market Intelligence (SMI) Analyst - Banking and Capital Markets, Regulatory
The candidate will track and produce internal alerts on key regulatory change items across Americas by country and theme, support the build out of timelines and point of views on regulatory change impact at Americas jurisdictional and global levels, as well as lead, manage and contribute to other regulatory change-related research and analysis projects in response to customer needs. Participate in strategic and complex initiatives that support accounts by understanding both the global and Americas landscape for regulatory change in the financial services sector. Identify issues and events that will impact regulatory change in the banking industry; recognize causes and key drivers; and present an insightful perspective within the context of company solutions. Work collaboratively to produce insightful qualitative and/or quantitative analysis to fulfil both structured and unstructured requests to support the executive leadership or customer groups to include the creation (or the project management or contribution to) of newsletters, internal briefings, early warning alerts, points of view, and other deliverables. Develop network of relationships with Subject Matter Advisors and country leaders for risk and regulatory issues. Have a strong understanding of the financial services industry and have a keen interest in the impact of regulatory change/reform. Demonstrate an understanding of analytical tools and techniques, including those specific to the financial services community, and deftly adapt those tools to address analytical issues. Break down events into causes and key drivers. Develop multiple hypotheses regarding alternative conclusions. Investigate the alternatives and to recommend solutions. Draw together information from primary and secondary sources to prove or disprove hypotheses. Transform ideas into insights and outlines possible outcomes or implications. Collect information from individuals using direct interviewing and elicitation techniques. Provide guidance, coaching and development to other analysts and researchers.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree in relevant field (e.g., Economics, Public Policy Finance, Business, Statistics, Journalism, Law) or equivalent work experience. Master's degree or postgraduate studies preferred. Must have 5+ years of experience in a financial services, legal, professional services or consulting environment or with a financial services regulator. Should have deep understanding of the financial services sector and an interest in regulatory change. Must have detailed knowledge and proven track record in conducting industry/competitive intelligence analysis and research. Knowledge and experience within a professional services environment an advantage. Should be proficient in retrieval of information from proprietary online databases (e.g., Bloomberg, Factiva), wire services, the internet and other secondary sources. Spanish and/or Portuguese would be an advantage. May require occasional travel.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2013-01-18
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New York - Attorney - Consumer Banking
Refer job# SXIF25872
 
Attorney - Consumer Banking
The candidate will provide general legal counsel to the consumer banking businesses, as well as specific advice on products, services and certain legal actions. Will review legal contracts and documents. Directly, or through staff, conduct legal research. May represent the bank in legal actions. Advise small business groups on Regulations B, E, CC, DD, and Z; FCRA, CARD Act, Dodd-Frank, Durbin, UDAP, SCRA, ADA, UCC, ACH, wire transfers, antitrust, telemarketing, fair lending, professional practice lending, and issuances from the OCC, CFPB, and FFIEC. Review and draft agreements, disclosures, web pages, and customer communications for small business loans, lines of credit, business credit cards, debit cards, deposit accounts, electronic banking products, and banking center operations. Review, comment on, and advise the bank on proposed and final federal regulations and state law issues. Advise on, and assist in the resolution of, customer complaints and disputes. Support portfolio changes, acquisitions, and divestitures. Provide advice to small business senior managers on achieving strategic goals. Engage with risk partners, including Compliance, Operational Risk, Credit Risk, Audit, Privacy, Fraud, and AML in support of small business initiatives and issues.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree. Must have 10+ years of experience in consumer and small business banking, primarily in lending products, including credit cards as well as deposits and electronic banking. Should have experience reviewing and draft agreements, disclosures, web pages, and customer communications for SB loans, lines of credit, business credit cards, debit cards, deposit accounts, electronic banking products, and banking center operations. In-house experience in a national bank is desirable.
 
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New York - Attorney - Global Transaction Services
Refer job# FWMJ25841
 
Attorney - Global Transaction Services
The candidate provides general legal counsel on matters supporting the Bank's global product solutions activities, as well as specific advice on products, services and certain legal actions. Reviews legal contracts and documents. Directly, or through staff, conducts legal research. May represent the bank in legal actions. Supports various GTS products and services, including the domestic and global corporate procurement and travel card programs. Will provide support for certain ACH-related treasury services as well as provide support for GTS services provided in the public sector. Work closely with teams in various jurisdictions, as well as coordinate with outside counsel, to ensure the successful provision and/or expansion of these products globally. Advise and assist the business on a day-to-day basis. Review, advise, and assist in negotiation of agreements with a variety of commercial and government entities. Provide advice regarding applicable rules and regulations, including impacts of proposed and new laws and regulations related to GTS products. Review marketing materials. Interface with Risk and Compliance groups as needed and work with cross-enterprise teams on a variety of issues related to GTS products.

The candidate must have 7-10 years of experience, with some internal counsel experience and preferably have a solid understanding of laws and rules for corporate card programs in the US (including Fair Credit Reporting Act, card association rules, UCC Article 4A and NACHA Rules) as well as the ability to work closely with colleagues and/or outside counsel in other countries with respect to applicable laws and rules in the relevant jurisdictions. Experience with other card products is a plus. Should have knowledge of relevant market practices in the area with respect to these products. Must have the ability to work across international time zones.
 
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New York - Compliance, Merchant Banking, Vice President/ Managing Director
Refer job# XW5525766
 
Compliance, Merchant Banking, Vice President / Managing Director
The candidate will be responsible for the compliance program globally and will lead a team comprised of approximately 5 individuals. Will have the ability to manage changes resulting from regulatory reform. Ensure that investments are assessed for compliance and reputational issues. Design and monitor surveillance on potential and existing investments and MBD marketing initiatives. Create controls and roll out surveillance for adherence to laws, regulations and firm policies and procedures. Interact directly with regulators and provide advice for business. Design and deliver live and online training on divisional policies and procedures. Oversee and provide advice related to required regulatory filings such as Form ADV, Form PF and NFA filings. Design testing and monitoring to review and assess the effectiveness of controls and surveillance. Act as a resource on a daily basis for compliance, regulatory, policy and reputational issues including review and advise on employees' registration, personal investment, personal trading and other individual compliance issues. Develop appropriate policies and procedures in place in light of changing regulation and new products developed by MBD. Should preferably have a law degree. Must have experience in covering compliance and/or legal of a private equity business is preferred, together with knowledge of the US Investment Advisers Act of 1940 and commodity rules applicable to pooled investment vehicles.
 
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New York - Principal Attorney Editor
Refer job# 5HTX25737
 
Principal Attorney Editor
The candidate will author special reports and data-driven analyses of corporate legal practice areas including capital markets/securities, M&A and corporate governance. Will work closely with the editorial, analyst, sales and marketing teams. Develop corporate practice intelligence reports tailored to a managing partner/executive level client base - reports which leverage company's extensive financial and legal data collections and incorporate current awareness, market trends, company research and thought leadership to provide actionable intelligence about corporate legal and deals/transactional trends. Report to the Director of Business Law Editorial. Join client meetings or attend, speak as a panelist at and/or moderate conferences or webinars as a subject matter expert. Provide written and oral thought leadership and in-depth legal analysis of timely topics in capital markets, M&A, corporate finance, securities and corporate governance. Research, identify and analyze existing and emerging market trends affecting law firm corporate practice, using both primary legal documents and data-driven platforms. Write articles explaining the 'so what' of market trends data with sophistication yet using plain English. Collaborate with sales and marketing to identify key areas for growth in the corporate legal information services market, harnessing company's extensive data on capital markets and M&A transactions. Liaise with internal and external contributors, negotiating timelines as needed to meet deadlines. Edit text provided by colleagues and ensure a common voice in final reports. Work collaboratively and build relationships at all levels within a cross-organizational team. Research and write reports analyzing the impact of M&A, capital markets and corporate finance market trends. Present findings to clients and at conferences as a subject matter expert as needed. At the request of senior level customers, design analysis tailored to meet individual needs. Write a regular series of articles analyzing what's market in corporate transactional practice.

The candidate should have a J.D., MBA or graduate degree in finance or related field. Bachelor's degree in finance, business or journalism is strongly preferred. Must have 6+ years of experience with capital markets, M&A, securities and corporate finance transactions. Business development experience strongly preferred. Should preferably be either a senior associate in corporate practice at a global law firm or financial institution seeking to apply skills outside of the law firm environment; a mid-level corporate associate from a global law firm with a background in finance or statistics and demonstrated experience doing data analysis; or a journalist with 12+ years of experience analyzing capital markets and M&A deals for a senior level, professional client base. Should have deep understanding of deals/transactional law trends, best practices and business development needs for corporate lawyers. Must have a keen interest in writing, demonstrate excellent business acumen and experience drafting corporate transactions.
 
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New York - Attorney - Corporate Trust and Municipal Finance
Refer job# ZVGT25643
 
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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New York - Compliance Deputy Director - Corporate Fair Lending
Refer job# OYUZ25599
 
Compliance Deputy Director - Corporate Fair Lending
The candidate will work closely with the Corporate Fair Lending Managing Director to provide a key resource to Bank's Fair Lending program, at the enterprise and business levels. Will also work closely with senior managers in the US consumer businesses, the in-business fair lending officers, each Compliance product heads, Legal, Risk, CRA and Governance, and Regulatory and External Affairs (GREA). Responsibilities will include ensuring Bank's compliance with the applicable fair lending laws and regulations, via developing and maintaining a comprehensive, enterprise-wide fair lending program, and promoting coordination and consistency across Bank's US Consumer businesses. Serve as a deep subject-matter expert on the fair lending regulatory and enforcement landscape. Apply expertise to evaluate the fair lending inherent risk in programs, practices or business decisions, recommend best practices to mitigate risk, and provide real-time advice to the businesses and other stakeholders. Assist Fair Lending and the businesses with examination management, and respond to regulatory requests, occasionally serving as a point of contact for Bank with regulatory agencies on fair lending matters. Design and lead large and complex projects at the enterprise-wide level that promote and maintain a strong fair lending control environment at Bank, coordinate with internal stakeholders, including Business leaders and managers, Legal, and Risk, that promote and maintain a strong fair lending control environment at Bank. Build strong partnerships across the organization and collaborate effectively within business and control functions to execute responsibilities across the range of Bank's fair lending program. Monitor and oversee business-line fair lending programs, providing ongoing direction and support, to ensure consistency across the enterprise. Develop and submit an annual Corporate Fair Lending strategic plan, budget, and training plan. Perform supplementary fair lending tasks as assigned by the Corporate Fair Lending Director.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree. Master's or Law degree preferred. Must have 10+ years of fair lending or comparable experience at a regulatory agency or banking institution, preferably at a major financial institution. Should have strong and detailed expertise in fair lending laws and regulations, in particular: the Equal Credit Opportunity Act and the Fair Housing Act, and current regulatory expectations. Quantitative background or experience is desirable.
 
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New York - Asset Management Compliance Officer
Refer job# NLZA25535
 
Asset Management Compliance Officer
The candidate will administer and oversee all compliance aspects of particular business line or department for an entity that is a registered investment adviser, commodity pool operator and commodity trading adviser. Will provide compliance advisory coverage for registered and private funds, ERISA and other institutional separate accounts focusing on the following investment strategies: commodities, quantitative (managed futures and volatility, hedge fund replication, hedge fund of fund and municipals. Provide back-up to compliance advisory coverage officer overseeing various credit businesses. Assess and ensure proper registrations for employees. Oversee trading activities for portfolios, including the monitoring of futures to ensure Bank is not in violation of exchange limits. Participate in matters concerning Fed and Bank Regulatory issues as they relate to the businesses overseen. Formulate and implement policies and procedures, including training relating to the firm's investment advisory activities. Prepare compliance-related materials for quarterly meetings of the Boards of the Bank family of open and closed-end funds. Prepare periodic certifications, respond to ad hoc requests and review the annual and semi-annual reports for sub-advisory relationships. Draft and implement required compliance policies, manuals, alerts and procedures on both a routine and as-needed basis. Routinely assess regulatory developments, inform key stakeholders of the developments and their impact on the firm and determine the appropriate actions to ensure the firm is positioned to comply with the new requirements. Lead and/or participate in divisional and regional projects, as requested. Perform strategic desk reviews independently or in conjunction with a dedicated Desk and Branch Review Group. Perform annual compliance risk and conflicts assessment and identify and implement corrective actions to issues identified during this process. Perform certain trade surveillance activities and supervise trade surveillance activities offshored to CS office in Poland. Interface with Central Compliance functions as appropriate (Control Room, Bank Anti-Corruption, Registration, AML, etc.) on matters relating to the firm's activities. Expand scope of responsibilities as requested. Collaborate with other control functions and other members of the GC department.

The candidate should have a College degree. A J.D. degree would be a plus. Must have 10+ years of relevant AM experience. Should have strong knowledge of Investment Advisors Act, Investment Company Act, ERISA, securities laws and regulation. Work experience at major financial institution/Global financial services firm a plus. Must have familiarity with Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint and Word, Charles River and Bloomberg are key to functioning effectively with the day-to-day tasks. Familiarity with the review and approval of marketing/advertising materials a plus. Strong knowledge of complex investment strategies and products such as leveraged loans, municipals, commodities, hedge fund replication, hedge fund of funds, quant., CLOs) a plus.
 
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New York - Senior Vice President of Finance
Refer job# U4D725472
 
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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New York - Senior Vice President of Finance
Refer job# 1PA525462
 
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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New York - Strategic Market Intelligence (SMI) Analyst - Banking and Capital Markets, Regulatory
Refer job# 8HK025283
 
Strategic Market Intelligence (SMI) Analyst - Banking and Capital Markets, Regulatory
The candidate will track and produce internal alerts on key regulatory change items across Americas by country and theme, support the build out of timelines and point of views on regulatory change impact at Americas jurisdictional and global levels, as well as lead, manage and contribute to other regulatory change-related research and analysis projects in response to customer needs. Participate in strategic and complex initiatives that support accounts by understanding both the global and Americas landscape for regulatory change in the financial services sector. Identify issues and events that will impact regulatory change in the banking industry; recognize causes and key drivers; and present an insightful perspective within the context of company solutions. Work collaboratively to produce insightful qualitative and/or quantitative analysis to fulfil both structured and unstructured requests to support the executive leadership or customer groups to include the creation (or the project management or contribution to) of newsletters, internal briefings, early warning alerts, points of view, and other deliverables. Develop network of relationships with Subject Matter Advisors and country leaders for risk and regulatory issues. Have a strong understanding of the financial services industry and have a keen interest in the impact of regulatory change/reform. Demonstrate an understanding of analytical tools and techniques, including those specific to the financial services community, and deftly adapt those tools to address analytical issues. Break down events into causes and key drivers. Develop multiple hypotheses regarding alternative conclusions. Investigate the alternatives and to recommend solutions. Draw together information from primary and secondary sources to prove or disprove hypotheses. Transform ideas into insights and outlines possible outcomes or implications. Collect information from individuals using direct interviewing and elicitation techniques. Provide guidance, coaching and development to other analysts and researchers.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree in relevant field (e.g., Economics, Public Policy Finance, Business, Statistics, Journalism, Law) or equivalent work experience. Master's degree or postgraduate studies preferred. Must have 5+ years of experience in a financial services, legal, professional services or consulting environment or with a financial services regulator. Should have deep understanding of the financial services sector and an interest in regulatory change. Must have detailed knowledge and proven track record in conducting industry/competitive intelligence analysis and research. Knowledge and experience within a professional services environment an advantage. Should be proficient in retrieval of information from proprietary online databases (e.g., Bloomberg, Factiva), wire services, the internet and other secondary sources. Spanish and/or Portuguese would be an advantage. May require occasional travel.
 
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