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Welcome to the job listings section of General Counsel Consulting. We are constantly updating our jobs seven days a week. As a firm dedicated to in-house search and placement, our ability to forge strong relationships with top-rated companies around the world allows us to offer our candidates a breadth of opportunities we believe is unrivaled.
 
We are pleased that your assessment of options has led you to General Counsel Consulting, and we invite you to browse our website to learn more about our firm and the career opportunities we offer. If you would like to be considered for an in-house attorney position, feel free to submit your resume.
 
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Attorney - Consumer Banking

Thousand Oaks CA Attorney - Consumer Banking The candidate will primarily provide legal support to the Banks Fraud & Claims business area, with a focus on fraud and non-fraud claims and billing disputes for lending products such as credit card, mortgage, HELOC and auto loans. While the role primarily relates to Consumer lending products and operations, the positions responsibilities will extend to lending products in other areas such as Commercial and Wealth Management. As part of a Global Technology and Operations Legal team that provides support to a broad array of operational areas, will also frequently engage with and provide support related to other areas such as Global Financial Crimes, Deceased Customer Servicing, Military Affairs, Complaints, Internal Investigations, Legal Order Processing, Marketing, Collections, Media Relations, Audit, Risk, Compliance and Identity Theft Prevention. Responsibilities: Advising business and compliance partners and also will partner with other legal colleagues and subject matter experts. This candidate often will serve as primary point of legal contact on strategic business initiatives and must be capable of working independently and as a subject matter expert. While not a management position, the candidate will be responsible for overseeing the activities of one or more paralegals who also support the above-referenced areas. Typical responsibilities will include providing legal support for fraud and non-fraud claims relating to Reg Z/TILA, but may also include other types of claims. Also provides support for related processes, controls and reporting, the companys fraud-related policies, strategies and detection efforts, and other areas such as at-risk persons, investigations and law enforcement interaction.

The candidate should have J.D. from an accredited institution. Must have 6+ years of relevant in-house and/or law firm experience. Will have a strong financial services regulatory background working within this specific area. Knowledge of Reg Z (fraud and non-fraud dispute resolution), FCRA (adverse action, permissible purpose, identity theft), SAR reporting (BSA), SCRA, at-risk person exploitation, fraud investigations, offsets, lending products (primarily credit card, mortgage, HELOC and auto loans), fraud mitigation, bankruptcy, policies, procedures and training is highly desirable. Must have excellent interpersonal and written/verbal communication skills. Must have professional attitude and strong work ethic with strong organizational skills.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-05-15

California - Junior Legal Counsel

Anaheim CA Junior Legal Counsel
The candidate will provide legal representation and support for a wide variety of legal and compliance-related topics under the direction of Legal Counsel. Will work with representatives from various departments on developing and modifying practices and procedures to conform to legal requirements. Ensure all company forms, policies and procedures are in compliance with all legal requirements. Assist in formulating and implementing legal policy concerning a variety of issues. Conduct legal research necessary to support compliance, transactional or other business functions using all available and appropriate resources. Identify relevant issues and reach appropriate conclusions. Draft, review and revise a variety of instruments involving the company's interests. Prepare, review and revise contracts involving leases, licenses, purchases, sales, real estate, employment, service vendors and other matters. Keep informed of legislation and new regulations affecting Company operations. Study proposed and existing legislation and regulatory guidance. Advise Legal Counsel or business units as appropriate. Act as liaison with outside counsel.

The candidate should have a Law degree. Should be licensed to practice law in applicable states/jurisdictions. Must have 5+ years of related work experience in a law firm or legal department of a finance or indirect automobile lending organization, preferably both. Experience advising clients with multi-state or nationwide business preferred. Should have strong technical knowledge and ability to apply consumer compliance regulatory requirements, such as the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, Fair Credit Billing Act, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Equal Credit Opportunity Act and Regulation B, Truth in Lending Act and Regulation Z, Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act and Regulation P, Federal Trade Commission Act, Federal Privacy Act of 1974, Electronic Communications Privacy Act. Knowledge and experience with BSA/AML compliance preferred.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2013-03-16

California - Attorney - Corporate Trust and Municipal Finance

Los Angeles CA 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

California - Senior Vice President of Finance

Santa Barbara CA 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

California - Senior Vice President of Finance

San Francisco CA 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

California - Senior Vice President of Finance

Sacramento CA 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

California - Senior Vice President of Finance

Aliso Viejo CA 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

California - Senior Vice President of Finance

Los Angles CA 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

California - Senior Vice President of Finance

Concord CA 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

California - Corporate Lending Senior Compliance Officer

Los Angeles CA Corporate Lending Senior Compliance Officer
The candidate will report to the Bank's Head of Capital Markets and Corporate Banking Compliance (HCMCBC) Officer, the CCL Senior Compliance Officer is responsible for ensuring that the Bank's Corporate and Commercial Lending lines of business (which handle bilateral and syndicated lending by the Bank in several industry sectors, including oil and gas, utilities, entertainment, diversified industries and others) develop, implement, and maintain business unit compliance programs in accordance with the Bank's Regulatory Compliance Policy and Program and all applicable laws and regulations. Will develop and maintain written policies, procedures, and processes; perform ongoing risk assessments; conduct periodic monitoring and testing; oversee communication and training; drive compliance-related process change enhancements; and interface with senior management in the corporate/commercial lending division, as well as members of other Bank risk management functions. Maintain close and effective relationships with CCL management teams and serve as a trusted adviser to those teams as to compliance and regulatory matters. Act as the primary liaison between the Compliance Group and the Bank's Corporate/Commercial Lending unit, including in respect of BSA, privacy, testing and monitoring functions, and regulatory change management. Manage the establishment and ongoing maintenance of a focused CCL regulatory compliance risk management program, in accordance with Bank policy. Develop and/or enhance and document CCL compliance-related policies, procedures, processes, and internal controls. Ensure that CCL compliance-related policies, procedures, internal controls, and systems are fully established, operating, monitored and tested, as well as updated to comply with emerging regulatory requirements and expectations. Implement internal quality control processes, testing, and reporting designed to address CCL compliance-related risks.Provide periodic reports to Treasury senior management and the HCMCBC on issues, trends, exceptions, violations, and appropriateness of corrective actions. Maintain a current awareness of the regulatory environment and a working knowledge of State and Federal laws and regulations and applicable foreign laws. Identify specific CCL compliance-related training and communication needs and ensure established training goals are met. Participate in the development of new CCL products, services, policies or procedures to ensure proper consideration of regulatory compliance issues. Keep CCL Management informed of pertinent compliance-related information. Research compliance issues and problems and provide interpretations and clarifications. Coordinate regulatory examinations within CCL lines of business and serve as a liaison with regulatory staff. Coordinate remedial measures in response to issues raised in compliance examinations, audits, and quality control testing in CCL lines of business.

The candidate should have college degree. A J.D., M.A. or MBA would be highly desirable. Must have 5+ years of corporate banking compliance, audit, risk management or legal experience in the corporate/wholesale banking or financial services industry. Should have strong knowledge of State and Federal laws and regulations related to CCL lines of business, including ECOA/Reg B, FCRA, Fair Housing Act, Flood Insurance, Appraisal regulations, Regulation O, antitying, lending limit, insider trading, Regulation W, and other applicable OCC and Federal Reserve regulations and authority. Must have strong product knowledge regarding commercial loan origination, syndication, distribution and enforcement matters, as well as loan sales, letter of credit facilities, tax exempt bond financings, swaps and derivatives. Should have experience handling issues relating to material non-public information (MNPI), information walls, conflicts and multiple role issues. Must have strong knowledge of compliance requirements for corporate banking operations. Experience interfacing with banking and securities regulators is required.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2012-12-05
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Attorney - Consumer Banking
Refer job# BHWX143967
 
Attorney - Consumer Banking The candidate will primarily provide legal support to the Banks Fraud & Claims business area, with a focus on fraud and non-fraud claims and billing disputes for lending products such as credit card, mortgage, HELOC and auto loans. While the role primarily relates to Consumer lending products and operations, the positions responsibilities will extend to lending products in other areas such as Commercial and Wealth Management. As part of a Global Technology and Operations Legal team that provides support to a broad array of operational areas, will also frequently engage with and provide support related to other areas such as Global Financial Crimes, Deceased Customer Servicing, Military Affairs, Complaints, Internal Investigations, Legal Order Processing, Marketing, Collections, Media Relations, Audit, Risk, Compliance and Identity Theft Prevention. Responsibilities: Advising business and compliance partners and also will partner with other legal colleagues and subject matter experts. This candidate often will serve as primary point of legal contact on strategic business initiatives and must be capable of working independently and as a subject matter expert. While not a management position, the candidate will be responsible for overseeing the activities of one or more paralegals who also support the above-referenced areas. Typical responsibilities will include providing legal support for fraud and non-fraud claims relating to Reg Z/TILA, but may also include other types of claims. Also provides support for related processes, controls and reporting, the companys fraud-related policies, strategies and detection efforts, and other areas such as at-risk persons, investigations and law enforcement interaction.

The candidate should have J.D. from an accredited institution. Must have 6+ years of relevant in-house and/or law firm experience. Will have a strong financial services regulatory background working within this specific area. Knowledge of Reg Z (fraud and non-fraud dispute resolution), FCRA (adverse action, permissible purpose, identity theft), SAR reporting (BSA), SCRA, at-risk person exploitation, fraud investigations, offsets, lending products (primarily credit card, mortgage, HELOC and auto loans), fraud mitigation, bankruptcy, policies, procedures and training is highly desirable. Must have excellent interpersonal and written/verbal communication skills. Must have professional attitude and strong work ethic with strong organizational skills.
 
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California - Junior Legal Counsel
Refer job# XYLR25896
 
Junior Legal Counsel
The candidate will provide legal representation and support for a wide variety of legal and compliance-related topics under the direction of Legal Counsel. Will work with representatives from various departments on developing and modifying practices and procedures to conform to legal requirements. Ensure all company forms, policies and procedures are in compliance with all legal requirements. Assist in formulating and implementing legal policy concerning a variety of issues. Conduct legal research necessary to support compliance, transactional or other business functions using all available and appropriate resources. Identify relevant issues and reach appropriate conclusions. Draft, review and revise a variety of instruments involving the company's interests. Prepare, review and revise contracts involving leases, licenses, purchases, sales, real estate, employment, service vendors and other matters. Keep informed of legislation and new regulations affecting Company operations. Study proposed and existing legislation and regulatory guidance. Advise Legal Counsel or business units as appropriate. Act as liaison with outside counsel.

The candidate should have a Law degree. Should be licensed to practice law in applicable states/jurisdictions. Must have 5+ years of related work experience in a law firm or legal department of a finance or indirect automobile lending organization, preferably both. Experience advising clients with multi-state or nationwide business preferred. Should have strong technical knowledge and ability to apply consumer compliance regulatory requirements, such as the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, Fair Credit Billing Act, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Equal Credit Opportunity Act and Regulation B, Truth in Lending Act and Regulation Z, Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act and Regulation P, Federal Trade Commission Act, Federal Privacy Act of 1974, Electronic Communications Privacy Act. Knowledge and experience with BSA/AML compliance preferred.
 
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California - Attorney - Corporate Trust and Municipal Finance
Refer job# DGCU25641
 
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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California - Senior Vice President of Finance
Refer job# T5BE25471
 
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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California - Senior Vice President of Finance
Refer job# AYQF25475
 
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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California - Senior Vice President of Finance
Refer job# 8PCU25476
 
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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California - Senior Vice President of Finance
Refer job# 9PB525493
 
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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California - Senior Vice President of Finance
Refer job# 5LCI25452
 
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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California - Senior Vice President of Finance
Refer job# PU8425463
 
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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California - Corporate Lending Senior Compliance Officer
Refer job# NIY424880
 
Corporate Lending Senior Compliance Officer
The candidate will report to the Bank's Head of Capital Markets and Corporate Banking Compliance (HCMCBC) Officer, the CCL Senior Compliance Officer is responsible for ensuring that the Bank's Corporate and Commercial Lending lines of business (which handle bilateral and syndicated lending by the Bank in several industry sectors, including oil and gas, utilities, entertainment, diversified industries and others) develop, implement, and maintain business unit compliance programs in accordance with the Bank's Regulatory Compliance Policy and Program and all applicable laws and regulations. Will develop and maintain written policies, procedures, and processes; perform ongoing risk assessments; conduct periodic monitoring and testing; oversee communication and training; drive compliance-related process change enhancements; and interface with senior management in the corporate/commercial lending division, as well as members of other Bank risk management functions. Maintain close and effective relationships with CCL management teams and serve as a trusted adviser to those teams as to compliance and regulatory matters. Act as the primary liaison between the Compliance Group and the Bank's Corporate/Commercial Lending unit, including in respect of BSA, privacy, testing and monitoring functions, and regulatory change management. Manage the establishment and ongoing maintenance of a focused CCL regulatory compliance risk management program, in accordance with Bank policy. Develop and/or enhance and document CCL compliance-related policies, procedures, processes, and internal controls. Ensure that CCL compliance-related policies, procedures, internal controls, and systems are fully established, operating, monitored and tested, as well as updated to comply with emerging regulatory requirements and expectations. Implement internal quality control processes, testing, and reporting designed to address CCL compliance-related risks.Provide periodic reports to Treasury senior management and the HCMCBC on issues, trends, exceptions, violations, and appropriateness of corrective actions. Maintain a current awareness of the regulatory environment and a working knowledge of State and Federal laws and regulations and applicable foreign laws. Identify specific CCL compliance-related training and communication needs and ensure established training goals are met. Participate in the development of new CCL products, services, policies or procedures to ensure proper consideration of regulatory compliance issues. Keep CCL Management informed of pertinent compliance-related information. Research compliance issues and problems and provide interpretations and clarifications. Coordinate regulatory examinations within CCL lines of business and serve as a liaison with regulatory staff. Coordinate remedial measures in response to issues raised in compliance examinations, audits, and quality control testing in CCL lines of business.

The candidate should have college degree. A J.D., M.A. or MBA would be highly desirable. Must have 5+ years of corporate banking compliance, audit, risk management or legal experience in the corporate/wholesale banking or financial services industry. Should have strong knowledge of State and Federal laws and regulations related to CCL lines of business, including ECOA/Reg B, FCRA, Fair Housing Act, Flood Insurance, Appraisal regulations, Regulation O, antitying, lending limit, insider trading, Regulation W, and other applicable OCC and Federal Reserve regulations and authority. Must have strong product knowledge regarding commercial loan origination, syndication, distribution and enforcement matters, as well as loan sales, letter of credit facilities, tax exempt bond financings, swaps and derivatives. Should have experience handling issues relating to material non-public information (MNPI), information walls, conflicts and multiple role issues. Must have strong knowledge of compliance requirements for corporate banking operations. Experience interfacing with banking and securities regulators is required.
 
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