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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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Associate General Counsel, Consumer Digital Banking

O Fallon MO Associate General Counsel, Consumer Digital Banking The candidate will understand the Cards business as a whole and leverage legal knowledge to grow the business, anticipate risk and avoid regulatory pitfalls. He/She will clearly and effectively communicate with business leaders as well as external constituents such as regulators. Manage delivery of legal services related to the digital and technology teams of US Consumer. Work with the business, legal colleagues, and the other control functions to identify and manage franchise and reputational risks. Advise on existing legal issues as well as proactively advise on potential risks; spot legal and regulatory trends and advise business on how to pursue business goals in a way that avoids potential legal/regulatory issues. Play a key leadership role in building relationships with business leaders, team members and other departments through an open and collaborative style. Provide advice on the development and implementation of new digital product or service offerings (e.g. mobile banking applications, wallets, money movement), Provide legal support on initiatives to enhance digital engagement and interaction with customers (e.g. new applications to identify, acquire and service customers, enhance customer experience and increase digital usage); Structure, negotiate and draft commercial agreements with technology and other partners; Provide advice on relevant regulatory matters, including new guidelines and initiatives.

The candidate should have a J.D and 10+ years of professional experience. Significant experience with legal issues specific to consumer financial services, including financial technology expertise. Significant regulatory experience, including conversancy with the CFPB. Experience working with a high performance, client-focused legal team. Keen understanding of emerging legal trends and risks, including developing areas of consumer protectionism in the regulatory and litigation arenas. Consumer retail banking activities, including relevant federal and state consumer banking laws and regulations (e.g. the Electronic Signatures Act, the Electronic Funds Transfers Act/Regulation E, the Equal Credit Opportunity Act/Regulation B and UDAAP among others); Negotiating and drafting commercial agreements with technology partners, such as licensing, development, consulting, content or other similar agreements; Data privacy and security issues, including collection, ownership, use, storage and other legal issues related to handling of customer data; Digital banking and related financial technology issues.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-20

Associate General Counsel, Consumer Digital Banking

Wilmington DE Associate General Counsel, Consumer Digital Banking The candidate will understand the Cards business as a whole and leverage legal knowledge to grow the business, anticipate risk and avoid regulatory pitfalls. He/She will clearly and effectively communicate with business leaders as well as external constituents such as regulators. Manage delivery of legal services related to the digital and technology teams of US Consumer. Work with the business, legal colleagues, and the other control functions to identify and manage franchise and reputational risks. Advise on existing legal issues as well as proactively advise on potential risks; spot legal and regulatory trends and advise business on how to pursue business goals in a way that avoids potential legal/regulatory issues. Play a key leadership role in building relationships with business leaders, team members and other departments through an open and collaborative style. Provide advice on the development and implementation of new digital product or service offerings (e.g. mobile banking applications, wallets, money movement), Provide legal support on initiatives to enhance digital engagement and interaction with customers (e.g. new applications to identify, acquire and service customers, enhance customer experience and increase digital usage); Structure, negotiate and draft commercial agreements with technology and other partners; Provide advice on relevant regulatory matters, including new guidelines and initiatives.

The candidate should have a J.D and 10+ years of professional experience. Significant experience with legal issues specific to consumer financial services, including financial technology expertise. Significant regulatory experience, including conversancy with the CFPB. Experience working with a high performance, client-focused legal team. Keen understanding of emerging legal trends and risks, including developing areas of consumer protectionism in the regulatory and litigation arenas. Consumer retail banking activities, including relevant federal and state consumer banking laws and regulations (e.g. the Electronic Signatures Act, the Electronic Funds Transfers Act/Regulation E, the Equal Credit Opportunity Act/Regulation B and UDAAP among others); Negotiating and drafting commercial agreements with technology partners, such as licensing, development, consulting, content or other similar agreements; Data privacy and security issues, including collection, ownership, use, storage and other legal issues related to handling of customer data; Digital banking and related financial technology issues.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-20

Associate General Counsel, Consumer Digital Banking

Irving TX Associate General Counsel, Consumer Digital Banking The candidate will understand the Cards business as a whole and leverage legal knowledge to grow the business, anticipate risk and avoid regulatory pitfalls. He/She will clearly and effectively communicate with business leaders as well as external constituents such as regulators. Manage delivery of legal services related to the digital and technology teams of US Consumer. Work with the business, legal colleagues, and the other control functions to identify and manage franchise and reputational risks. Advise on existing legal issues as well as proactively advise on potential risks; spot legal and regulatory trends and advise business on how to pursue business goals in a way that avoids potential legal/regulatory issues. Play a key leadership role in building relationships with business leaders, team members and other departments through an open and collaborative style. Provide advice on the development and implementation of new digital product or service offerings (e.g. mobile banking applications, wallets, money movement), Provide legal support on initiatives to enhance digital engagement and interaction with customers (e.g. new applications to identify, acquire and service customers, enhance customer experience and increase digital usage); Structure, negotiate and draft commercial agreements with technology and other partners; Provide advice on relevant regulatory matters, including new guidelines and initiatives.

The candidate should have a J.D and 10+ years of professional experience. Significant experience with legal issues specific to consumer financial services, including financial technology expertise. Significant regulatory experience, including conversancy with the CFPB. Experience working with a high performance, client-focused legal team. Keen understanding of emerging legal trends and risks, including developing areas of consumer protectionism in the regulatory and litigation arenas. Consumer retail banking activities, including relevant federal and state consumer banking laws and regulations (e.g. the Electronic Signatures Act, the Electronic Funds Transfers Act/Regulation E, the Equal Credit Opportunity Act/Regulation B and UDAAP among others); Negotiating and drafting commercial agreements with technology partners, such as licensing, development, consulting, content or other similar agreements; Data privacy and security issues, including collection, ownership, use, storage and other legal issues related to handling of customer data; Digital banking and related financial technology issues.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-19

Associate General Counsel, Consumer Digital Banking

Tampa FL Associate General Counsel, Consumer Digital Banking The candidate will understand the Cards business as a whole and leverage legal knowledge to grow the business, anticipate risk and avoid regulatory pitfalls. He/She will clearly and effectively communicate with business leaders as well as external constituents such as regulators. Manage delivery of legal services related to the digital and technology teams of US Consumer. Work with the business, legal colleagues, and the other control functions to identify and manage franchise and reputational risks. Advise on existing legal issues as well as proactively advise on potential risks; spot legal and regulatory trends and advise business on how to pursue business goals in a way that avoids potential legal/regulatory issues. Play a key leadership role in building relationships with business leaders, team members and other departments through an open and collaborative style. Provide advice on the development and implementation of new digital product or service offerings (e.g. mobile banking applications, wallets, money movement), Provide legal support on initiatives to enhance digital engagement and interaction with customers (e.g. new applications to identify, acquire and service customers, enhance customer experience and increase digital usage); Structure, negotiate and draft commercial agreements with technology and other partners; Provide advice on relevant regulatory matters, including new guidelines and initiatives.

The candidate should have a J.D and 10+ years of professional experience. Significant experience with legal issues specific to consumer financial services, including financial technology expertise. Significant regulatory experience, including conversancy with the CFPB. Experience working with a high performance, client-focused legal team. Keen understanding of emerging legal trends and risks, including developing areas of consumer protectionism in the regulatory and litigation arenas. Consumer retail banking activities, including relevant federal and state consumer banking laws and regulations (e.g. the Electronic Signatures Act, the Electronic Funds Transfers Act/Regulation E, the Equal Credit Opportunity Act/Regulation B and UDAAP among others); Negotiating and drafting commercial agreements with technology partners, such as licensing, development, consulting, content or other similar agreements; Data privacy and security issues, including collection, ownership, use, storage and other legal issues related to handling of customer data; Digital banking and related financial technology issues.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-19

Assistant General Counsel, Consumer Digital Banking

Irving TX Assistant General Counsel, Consumer Digital Banking The candidate will understand the Cards business as a whole and leverage legal knowledge to grow the business, anticipate risk and avoid regulatory pitfalls. Will clearly and effectively communicate with business leaders as well as external constituents such as regulators. Manage delivery of legal services related to the digital and technology teams of US Consumer. Work with the business, legal colleagues, and the other control functions to identify and manage franchise and reputational risks. Advise on existing legal issues as well as proactively advise on potential risks; spot legal and regulatory trends and advise business on how to pursue business goals in a way that avoids potential legal/regulatory issues. Play a key role in building relationships with business leaders, team members and other departments through an open and collaborative style. Provide advice on the development and implementation of new digital product or service offerings (e.g. mobile banking applications, wallets, money movement). Provide legal support on initiatives to enhance digital engagement and interaction with customers (e.g. new applications to identify, acquire and service customers, enhance customer experience and increase digital usage); Structure, negotiate and draft commercial agreements with technology and other partners; Provide advice on relevant regulatory matters, including new guidelines and initiatives. A J.D and 5+ years of professional experience. Experience with legal issues specific to consumer financial services, including financial technology expertise. Regulatory experience, including conversancy with the CFPB. Experience working with a high performance, client-focused legal team. Keen understanding of emerging legal trends and risks, including developing areas of consumer protectionism in the regulatory and litigation arenas. Consumer retail banking activities, including relevant federal and state consumer banking laws and regulations (e.g. the Electronic Signatures Act, the Electronic Funds Transfers Act/Regulation E, the Equal Credit Opportunity Act/Regulation B and UDAAP among others); Negotiating and drafting commercial agreements with technology partners, such as licensing, development, consulting, content or other similar agreements; Data privacy and security issues, including collection, ownership, use, storage and other legal issues related to handling of customer data; Digital banking and related financial technology issues. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-18

Assistant General Counsel, Consumer Digital Banking

Tampa FL Assistant General Counsel, Consumer Digital Banking The candidate will understand the Cards business as a whole and leverage legal knowledge to grow the business, anticipate risk and avoid regulatory pitfalls. Will clearly and effectively communicate with business leaders as well as external constituents such as regulators. Manage delivery of legal services related to the digital and technology teams of US Consumer. Work with the business, legal colleagues, and the other control functions to identify and manage franchise and reputational risks. Advise on existing legal issues as well as proactively advise on potential risks; spot legal and regulatory trends and advise business on how to pursue business goals in a way that avoids potential legal/regulatory issues. Play a key role in building relationships with business leaders, team members and other departments through an open and collaborative style. Provide advice on the development and implementation of new digital product or service offerings (e.g. mobile banking applications, wallets, money movement). Provide legal support on initiatives to enhance digital engagement and interaction with customers (e.g. new applications to identify, acquire and service customers, enhance customer experience and increase digital usage); Structure, negotiate and draft commercial agreements with technology and other partners; Provide advice on relevant regulatory matters, including new guidelines and initiatives. A J.D and 5+ years of professional experience. Experience with legal issues specific to consumer financial services, including financial technology expertise. Regulatory experience, including conversancy with the CFPB. Experience working with a high performance, client-focused legal team. Keen understanding of emerging legal trends and risks, including developing areas of consumer protectionism in the regulatory and litigation arenas. Consumer retail banking activities, including relevant federal and state consumer banking laws and regulations (e.g. the Electronic Signatures Act, the Electronic Funds Transfers Act/Regulation E, the Equal Credit Opportunity Act/Regulation B and UDAAP among others); Negotiating and drafting commercial agreements with technology partners, such as licensing, development, consulting, content or other similar agreements; Data privacy and security issues, including collection, ownership, use, storage and other legal issues related to handling of customer data; Digital banking and related financial technology issues. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-18

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

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

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

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

Massachusetts - Attorney - Consumer Banking

Boston MA 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

Delaware - Attorney - Consumer Banking

Wilmington DE 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
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Associate General Counsel, Consumer Digital Banking
Refer job# ZXCD148954
 
Associate General Counsel, Consumer Digital Banking The candidate will understand the Cards business as a whole and leverage legal knowledge to grow the business, anticipate risk and avoid regulatory pitfalls. He/She will clearly and effectively communicate with business leaders as well as external constituents such as regulators. Manage delivery of legal services related to the digital and technology teams of US Consumer. Work with the business, legal colleagues, and the other control functions to identify and manage franchise and reputational risks. Advise on existing legal issues as well as proactively advise on potential risks; spot legal and regulatory trends and advise business on how to pursue business goals in a way that avoids potential legal/regulatory issues. Play a key leadership role in building relationships with business leaders, team members and other departments through an open and collaborative style. Provide advice on the development and implementation of new digital product or service offerings (e.g. mobile banking applications, wallets, money movement), Provide legal support on initiatives to enhance digital engagement and interaction with customers (e.g. new applications to identify, acquire and service customers, enhance customer experience and increase digital usage); Structure, negotiate and draft commercial agreements with technology and other partners; Provide advice on relevant regulatory matters, including new guidelines and initiatives.

The candidate should have a J.D and 10+ years of professional experience. Significant experience with legal issues specific to consumer financial services, including financial technology expertise. Significant regulatory experience, including conversancy with the CFPB. Experience working with a high performance, client-focused legal team. Keen understanding of emerging legal trends and risks, including developing areas of consumer protectionism in the regulatory and litigation arenas. Consumer retail banking activities, including relevant federal and state consumer banking laws and regulations (e.g. the Electronic Signatures Act, the Electronic Funds Transfers Act/Regulation E, the Equal Credit Opportunity Act/Regulation B and UDAAP among others); Negotiating and drafting commercial agreements with technology partners, such as licensing, development, consulting, content or other similar agreements; Data privacy and security issues, including collection, ownership, use, storage and other legal issues related to handling of customer data; Digital banking and related financial technology issues.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel, Consumer Digital Banking
Refer job# BTLT148955
 
Associate General Counsel, Consumer Digital Banking The candidate will understand the Cards business as a whole and leverage legal knowledge to grow the business, anticipate risk and avoid regulatory pitfalls. He/She will clearly and effectively communicate with business leaders as well as external constituents such as regulators. Manage delivery of legal services related to the digital and technology teams of US Consumer. Work with the business, legal colleagues, and the other control functions to identify and manage franchise and reputational risks. Advise on existing legal issues as well as proactively advise on potential risks; spot legal and regulatory trends and advise business on how to pursue business goals in a way that avoids potential legal/regulatory issues. Play a key leadership role in building relationships with business leaders, team members and other departments through an open and collaborative style. Provide advice on the development and implementation of new digital product or service offerings (e.g. mobile banking applications, wallets, money movement), Provide legal support on initiatives to enhance digital engagement and interaction with customers (e.g. new applications to identify, acquire and service customers, enhance customer experience and increase digital usage); Structure, negotiate and draft commercial agreements with technology and other partners; Provide advice on relevant regulatory matters, including new guidelines and initiatives.

The candidate should have a J.D and 10+ years of professional experience. Significant experience with legal issues specific to consumer financial services, including financial technology expertise. Significant regulatory experience, including conversancy with the CFPB. Experience working with a high performance, client-focused legal team. Keen understanding of emerging legal trends and risks, including developing areas of consumer protectionism in the regulatory and litigation arenas. Consumer retail banking activities, including relevant federal and state consumer banking laws and regulations (e.g. the Electronic Signatures Act, the Electronic Funds Transfers Act/Regulation E, the Equal Credit Opportunity Act/Regulation B and UDAAP among others); Negotiating and drafting commercial agreements with technology partners, such as licensing, development, consulting, content or other similar agreements; Data privacy and security issues, including collection, ownership, use, storage and other legal issues related to handling of customer data; Digital banking and related financial technology issues.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel, Consumer Digital Banking
Refer job# LKLN148931
 
Associate General Counsel, Consumer Digital Banking The candidate will understand the Cards business as a whole and leverage legal knowledge to grow the business, anticipate risk and avoid regulatory pitfalls. He/She will clearly and effectively communicate with business leaders as well as external constituents such as regulators. Manage delivery of legal services related to the digital and technology teams of US Consumer. Work with the business, legal colleagues, and the other control functions to identify and manage franchise and reputational risks. Advise on existing legal issues as well as proactively advise on potential risks; spot legal and regulatory trends and advise business on how to pursue business goals in a way that avoids potential legal/regulatory issues. Play a key leadership role in building relationships with business leaders, team members and other departments through an open and collaborative style. Provide advice on the development and implementation of new digital product or service offerings (e.g. mobile banking applications, wallets, money movement), Provide legal support on initiatives to enhance digital engagement and interaction with customers (e.g. new applications to identify, acquire and service customers, enhance customer experience and increase digital usage); Structure, negotiate and draft commercial agreements with technology and other partners; Provide advice on relevant regulatory matters, including new guidelines and initiatives.

The candidate should have a J.D and 10+ years of professional experience. Significant experience with legal issues specific to consumer financial services, including financial technology expertise. Significant regulatory experience, including conversancy with the CFPB. Experience working with a high performance, client-focused legal team. Keen understanding of emerging legal trends and risks, including developing areas of consumer protectionism in the regulatory and litigation arenas. Consumer retail banking activities, including relevant federal and state consumer banking laws and regulations (e.g. the Electronic Signatures Act, the Electronic Funds Transfers Act/Regulation E, the Equal Credit Opportunity Act/Regulation B and UDAAP among others); Negotiating and drafting commercial agreements with technology partners, such as licensing, development, consulting, content or other similar agreements; Data privacy and security issues, including collection, ownership, use, storage and other legal issues related to handling of customer data; Digital banking and related financial technology issues.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Associate General Counsel, Consumer Digital Banking
Refer job# QUNU148940
 
Associate General Counsel, Consumer Digital Banking The candidate will understand the Cards business as a whole and leverage legal knowledge to grow the business, anticipate risk and avoid regulatory pitfalls. He/She will clearly and effectively communicate with business leaders as well as external constituents such as regulators. Manage delivery of legal services related to the digital and technology teams of US Consumer. Work with the business, legal colleagues, and the other control functions to identify and manage franchise and reputational risks. Advise on existing legal issues as well as proactively advise on potential risks; spot legal and regulatory trends and advise business on how to pursue business goals in a way that avoids potential legal/regulatory issues. Play a key leadership role in building relationships with business leaders, team members and other departments through an open and collaborative style. Provide advice on the development and implementation of new digital product or service offerings (e.g. mobile banking applications, wallets, money movement), Provide legal support on initiatives to enhance digital engagement and interaction with customers (e.g. new applications to identify, acquire and service customers, enhance customer experience and increase digital usage); Structure, negotiate and draft commercial agreements with technology and other partners; Provide advice on relevant regulatory matters, including new guidelines and initiatives.

The candidate should have a J.D and 10+ years of professional experience. Significant experience with legal issues specific to consumer financial services, including financial technology expertise. Significant regulatory experience, including conversancy with the CFPB. Experience working with a high performance, client-focused legal team. Keen understanding of emerging legal trends and risks, including developing areas of consumer protectionism in the regulatory and litigation arenas. Consumer retail banking activities, including relevant federal and state consumer banking laws and regulations (e.g. the Electronic Signatures Act, the Electronic Funds Transfers Act/Regulation E, the Equal Credit Opportunity Act/Regulation B and UDAAP among others); Negotiating and drafting commercial agreements with technology partners, such as licensing, development, consulting, content or other similar agreements; Data privacy and security issues, including collection, ownership, use, storage and other legal issues related to handling of customer data; Digital banking and related financial technology issues.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Assistant General Counsel, Consumer Digital Banking
Refer job# NHDZ148905
 
Assistant General Counsel, Consumer Digital Banking The candidate will understand the Cards business as a whole and leverage legal knowledge to grow the business, anticipate risk and avoid regulatory pitfalls. Will clearly and effectively communicate with business leaders as well as external constituents such as regulators. Manage delivery of legal services related to the digital and technology teams of US Consumer. Work with the business, legal colleagues, and the other control functions to identify and manage franchise and reputational risks. Advise on existing legal issues as well as proactively advise on potential risks; spot legal and regulatory trends and advise business on how to pursue business goals in a way that avoids potential legal/regulatory issues. Play a key role in building relationships with business leaders, team members and other departments through an open and collaborative style. Provide advice on the development and implementation of new digital product or service offerings (e.g. mobile banking applications, wallets, money movement). Provide legal support on initiatives to enhance digital engagement and interaction with customers (e.g. new applications to identify, acquire and service customers, enhance customer experience and increase digital usage); Structure, negotiate and draft commercial agreements with technology and other partners; Provide advice on relevant regulatory matters, including new guidelines and initiatives. A J.D and 5+ years of professional experience. Experience with legal issues specific to consumer financial services, including financial technology expertise. Regulatory experience, including conversancy with the CFPB. Experience working with a high performance, client-focused legal team. Keen understanding of emerging legal trends and risks, including developing areas of consumer protectionism in the regulatory and litigation arenas. Consumer retail banking activities, including relevant federal and state consumer banking laws and regulations (e.g. the Electronic Signatures Act, the Electronic Funds Transfers Act/Regulation E, the Equal Credit Opportunity Act/Regulation B and UDAAP among others); Negotiating and drafting commercial agreements with technology partners, such as licensing, development, consulting, content or other similar agreements; Data privacy and security issues, including collection, ownership, use, storage and other legal issues related to handling of customer data; Digital banking and related financial technology issues.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Assistant General Counsel, Consumer Digital Banking
Refer job# DICL148906
 
Assistant General Counsel, Consumer Digital Banking The candidate will understand the Cards business as a whole and leverage legal knowledge to grow the business, anticipate risk and avoid regulatory pitfalls. Will clearly and effectively communicate with business leaders as well as external constituents such as regulators. Manage delivery of legal services related to the digital and technology teams of US Consumer. Work with the business, legal colleagues, and the other control functions to identify and manage franchise and reputational risks. Advise on existing legal issues as well as proactively advise on potential risks; spot legal and regulatory trends and advise business on how to pursue business goals in a way that avoids potential legal/regulatory issues. Play a key role in building relationships with business leaders, team members and other departments through an open and collaborative style. Provide advice on the development and implementation of new digital product or service offerings (e.g. mobile banking applications, wallets, money movement). Provide legal support on initiatives to enhance digital engagement and interaction with customers (e.g. new applications to identify, acquire and service customers, enhance customer experience and increase digital usage); Structure, negotiate and draft commercial agreements with technology and other partners; Provide advice on relevant regulatory matters, including new guidelines and initiatives. A J.D and 5+ years of professional experience. Experience with legal issues specific to consumer financial services, including financial technology expertise. Regulatory experience, including conversancy with the CFPB. Experience working with a high performance, client-focused legal team. Keen understanding of emerging legal trends and risks, including developing areas of consumer protectionism in the regulatory and litigation arenas. Consumer retail banking activities, including relevant federal and state consumer banking laws and regulations (e.g. the Electronic Signatures Act, the Electronic Funds Transfers Act/Regulation E, the Equal Credit Opportunity Act/Regulation B and UDAAP among others); Negotiating and drafting commercial agreements with technology partners, such as licensing, development, consulting, content or other similar agreements; Data privacy and security issues, including collection, ownership, use, storage and other legal issues related to handling of customer data; Digital banking and related financial technology issues.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Illinois - Commercial Banking - Head of Enterprise Financial Crimes (KYC/AML) Compliance
Refer job# IZ4625985
 
Commercial Banking - Head of Enterprise Financial Crimes (KYC/AML) Compliance
The candidate will oversee the CB KYC/AML compliance programs, ensuring that such programs meet and, where appropriate, exceed applicable legal and regulatory requirements to enable the businesses to grow and serve customers in a prudent and responsible manner. Will direct the CB KYC/AML Compliance strategy responsible for the full range of AML and economic sanctions program activities (policy, risk assessment, compliance testing, transaction monitoring, suspect screening operations, OFAC compliance, business process analysis, program execution, and outreach and liaison activities). Coordinate with the operations functions performed by global AML Compliance, including transaction monitoring, investigations, suspicious activity reporting and suspect screening. Provide governance and oversight of the CB KYC/AML programs in multiple sub-LOBs, partnering with the Global AML Compliance teams to develop, implement and administer appropriate AML policies and procedures. Advise business and senior leaders on regulatory and risk management issues related to CB KYC/AML and economic sanctions program. Partner with other control functions, including Audit and Risk Management, to ensure the effective operation of the CB KYC/AML program. Serve as principal liaison with regulatory officials in connection with the review of the CB KYC/AML program. Liaise with regulatory agencies.

The candidate should preferably have a J.D. degree. Must have 12-15 years of relevant compliance, risk or audit experience in the financial services industry. Should have expert knowledge of Know Your Customer (KYC) and AML-related legal and regulatory requirements and US banking regulations. Management or operational experience in both Corporate Center Compliance and Business Line Compliance positions desired. Significant experience in Legal or Compliance department required. Experience with bank regulators preferred.
 
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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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Massachusetts - Attorney - Consumer Banking
Refer job# APMJ25869
 
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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Delaware - Attorney - Consumer Banking
Refer job# LSEB25870
 
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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