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Senior Counsel, Ethics & Compliance

Austin TX Senior Counsel, Ethics and Compliance The candidate will lead investigations while contributing to the execution of company next stage ethics and compliance program. Will be responsible for executing global initiatives focused on ethics and integrity, anti-bribery and corruption, FCPA, policy and regulatory compliance, and third-party due diligence, as well as managing training and awareness campaigns. In addition, will be responsible for conducting investigations and responding to inquiries around the globe. Also play a key role in identifying emerging risks, reporting on investigation trends, and collaborating with the team to develop global policy and process recommendations to deter and prevent future violations. This will include building and maintaining cross-functional partnerships to ensure company maintains industry-leading practices, working closely with the information security, internal audit, trade, security, and human resources teams. Conduct and oversee global investigations, including assessing the nature and potential severity of the issues, interviewing witnesses, collecting and reviewing documents, reaching findings, and then drafting investigative reports and reporting on outcomes. Manage and respond to all issues raised through the Ethics Helplines. Creatively build upon and drive awareness around compliance issues, including developing and delivering training on a broad range of risk topics, including competition law, anti-corruption, fraud, confidentiality, conflicts of interest, use of company assets, and insider trading. Serve as a subject matter expert to counsel the business on compliance risk. Counsel business leaders and commercial legal teams on compliance implications for new products and services, and advise on potential business impact of proposed changes to U.S. and international laws and regulations. Assess and respond to potential compliance, company policy, security, and privacy risks and regulatory requirements. Serve as point of contact and advisor for executives regarding ethics and compliance matters. Draft, update, and communicate policies and best practices to the business and stakeholders. Assist in performing routine risk assessments and monitoring of ongoing compliance in coordination with other compliance and operational assessment functions. Assist in managing anti-compliance and anti-corruption program, including partnering with the business, trade, and supply chain to ensure timely and effective third-party due diligence and compliance with global regulations. Support company engagement with government, industry, and peer groups on compliance issues.

The candidate should have J.D. from an accredited law school and 8+ years relevant experience, with both in-house and top-tier law firm experience, with substantial focus on compliance and investigations. Must have experience in conducting and overseeing internal investigations. Should have demonstrated ability to deliver practical guidance clearly and concisely as well as a consistent track record of being proactive, while managing multiple and complex projects, and prioritizing matters with minimal supervision. Thought leadership on ethics and compliance and capacity for complex problem-solving are required. Demonstrable experience influencing enterprise-wide change is needed. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, impeccable integrity, good judgment, strong analytical skills, flexible, pragmatic, and a keen sense of humor. Should demonstrable ability to drive global, enterprise-wide policies and practices. Must have demonstrated ability to support and collaborate with cross-functional executives (C-Suite, CISO, etc.).
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-21

Sr. Counsel & Compliance Officer

The Woodlands TX Sr. Counsel & Compliance Officer The candidate will be responsible for drafting, reviewing, negotiating, and advising clients on a variety of matters primarily relating to derivatives, internal compliance and regulatory compliance issues. The role may require advising clients on secured or securitized lending matters. Support the General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer (GCCO) in efforts to ensure that the Legal department assumes responsibility for all matters requiring Legal collaboration for company and its subsidiaries. Review, negotiate, and process for execution transactional agreements (e.g. ISDA, MSA, PSA, Credit Agreements) confidentiality agreements, vendor agreements, software licenses and other agreements associated with ongoing business operations. Review and manage all facilities and vendor agreements. Provides oversight and advice to the relevant administrative staff regarding questions and issues that arise with respect to facilities and resource management. Work as part of a team with other departments within the company to ensure issues are examined from all necessary angles. Assist with the development of a process and system for managing contracts. Ensure appropriate management of templates. Communicate and disseminate information to employees regarding a broad spectrum of compliance related topics, including but not limited to regulatory requirements, code of ethics, and internal controls. Assist with compliance training and internal hot-line processes. Assist the GCCO with the development and implementation of local policies and guidelines to ensure compliance with the Group's requirements. Develops a strong understanding of ethics and compliance programs, including due diligence and training. Ensures that company is able to produce all necessary information in order to comply with internal reporting requirements (including annual planning). Develops relationship with Group Compliance and Legal to facilitate communication. Ensures the company is up to date with regulatory requirements and requisite filings by identifying, assessing and monitoring current and emerging compliance issues in the various jurisdictions where company is active globally and when entering new markets. Assists with oversight and monitoring of regulatory reporting requirements. Performs and documents results of Know Your Customer checks on third parties. Advise as needed on reserve-based lending transactions in the oil and gas industry, providing structuring, documentation and legal support.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctor from an accredited law school and licensed to practice law in Texas or another a U.S. jurisdiction required; 5 - 7 years of transactional experience working in a law firm, or practicing as in-house counsel for an energy or commodities trading company. Solid knowledge of ISDA master agreement and related agreements required. Understanding of the regulatory framework and application of federal and state regulations to a weather and commodities firm required. Understanding of the derivatives-related regulatory developments and their implications for U.S.-domiciled entities in Australia, Asia, South America and Europe. Understanding of reserve-based lending structures, credit agreements and other secured lending arrangements a plus. Familiarity with the oil and gas business midstream, gathering, and processing agreements a plus. Strong negotiation and communication skills (written and oral) are required. Must have the ability to manage a variety of time sensitive demands. Strong attention to detail, analytical skills, judgment, enthusiasm and interpersonal skills. Some travel may be required.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2020-07-20

Lead Compliance Counsel

Plano TX Lead Compliance Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Deploy company's global compliance program throughout the BGs by ensuring that global E&C policies, processes and tools are effectively communicated to the appropriate employee groups within the BGs (including RFS, ASN). Conduct and support compliance risk assessments in the Bgs. Design and implement tailored compliance initiatives in individual BGs and entities within the BGs (e.g., Service Companies and JVs) as needed. Ensure that all BG management teams receive appropriate proactive and reactive compliance engagement. Lead periodic BG Compliance Committees with respective senior management teams to drive management understanding and accountability of compliance risks. Conduct Compliance Operating Reviews (deep dive risk assessments) for the respective Bgs. Gather, synthesize and report key compliance data to BG leaders and the BG legal teams. Collaborate with Regulatory Excellence team members, BG Legal, as well as BG support functions regarding E&C program design, implementation and support. Continually monitor, assess and look for ways to improve collaboration and coordination between BG Compliance and Market Compliance. Be a Trusted Business Partner: deliver effective compliance counsel, advice and guidance to leaders and employees within the Bgs. Act as the primary contact point and internal expert with respect to compliance matters for the Bgs. Conduct and/or cascade targeted training on compliance-related topics, and current company policies and/or procedures to high-risk managers and employees. Promote and support a robust open reporting culture, including by supporting the Ombuds program and personnel within the Bgs. Identify compliance matters that require follow-up or investigation, and, as appropriate, conduct or support investigations (in conjunction with the Business Integrity Group), or otherwise refer issues to the appropriate internal investigating body. Monitor the installation and effectiveness of compliance controls and programs in the BGs, including by conducting Compliance Control Frameworks reviews, risk assessments, reviews of internal audit findings and other monitoring activities. Develop and lead remediation activities as needed. Drive a culture of integrity, compliance and accountability from the top leaders in the BGs to all employees. Support compliance due diligence and approvals activities (e.g., third party screening, gifts/hospitality, sponsorships & donations) as needed. Act as the primary contact point and internal expert with respect to compliance matters for ASN, RFS and drive, conduct, implement all of the above-mentioned points with respect to ASN and RFS, specifically. Network with compliance and business professionals outside company to drive company's goal of competitive distinction through integrity. Strong written and verbal skills in English required. Must have professional certification or qualification in Law, Accounting and/or Audit. Should have experience and understanding of compliance issues confronting the industry. Must have strong knowledge of key anti-bribery legislation including the FCPA, UK Bribery Act and other applicable legislation. Should have experience conducting, analysing and/or making decisions and recommendations based on compliance due diligence. Relevant professional experience beyond the minimum requirements will be strongly preferred. Academic degree in Law from recognized university desired. Legal experience strongly preferred, including: Work in a prosecutor or regulatory agency/office with jurisdiction over corporate criminal/regulatory matters. Relevant work in an in-house legal department or at a major international or regional law firm, representing corporate clients in investigative, criminal or regulatory matters. Relevant accounting and/or audit experience (in-house or external), including work designing, auditing and implementing anti-fraud/corruption/money-laundering controls. Experience conducting or leading internal investigations. Experience writing and deploying compliance policies and/or Codes of Conduct. Experience designing, deploying, analysing, and/or using compliance risk assessments. Proven project management skills. Strong commercial experience and skill set. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-17

Chief Compliance Officer, Senior Legal Counsel

Houston TX Chief Compliance Officer, Senior Legal Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Enhance the Companys compliance program and ensure its implementation. Build strong relationships with board members, executives, senior management, operations and other staff in all global locations to further the purpose of the role; work across functions, regions and business units to effectively further the Companys compliance program. Provide strategic guidance and representation to senior management and business segments on the changing requirements related to compliance, including anti-corruption, export controls, sanctions, antitrust, insider trading, data privacy, records retention and related areas. Oversee and ensure appropriate processes and procedures for compliance case intake and resolution, including responses to the Companys ethics and compliance hotline reports and the investigation and closure of matters. Provide oversight, guidance, and coordination of effective internal audit, investigations, risk assessments and compliance reviews. Provide oversight and guidance on the effective response to detected problems and provide recommendations for corrective action as appropriate. Identify and provide oversight and coordination of compliance partners responsible for compliance and ethics related activities across the organization and provide communication, training and guidance on the program and compliance and ethics related matters. Plan, develop, monitor, revise and implement compliance initiatives in response to changes in the law; consult with operational and functional teams to ensure program effectiveness. Direct and develop multifaceted compliance educational and training programs. Act as Company point of contact for Government agency representatives regarding requests for information, subpoenas, disclosures, commodity jurisdiction/classification requests, requests for advisory opinions and other similar matters, working with appropriate business counsel. Serve as the in-house expert on global export controls and import laws and regulations, primarily pertaining to ITAR and dual-use products and technologies, as well as global sanctions programs and prepare, submit and administer or otherwise supervise external counsel with respect to various International Traffic in Arms (ITAR) filings, including DSP-5 and DSP-61, DSP-73 and Technical Assistance Agreements (TAA) applications and amendments. Must have J.D. from an accredited law school. Should have Licensed to practice law in any U.S. or other accredited jurisdiction. Must have 10+ years of prior experience, with at least 2 years dedicated as an in-house attorney overseeing a global compliance program. Export control-related experience and expertise in EAR, ITAR, OFAC, EU Trade Regulations, global sanctions programs, and U.S. and EU Customs compliance requirements. A working knowledge of ITAR is essential. Should have experience in anti-corruption, antitrust compliance, and records retention compliance. Experience in regulated environments is a plus. Must have experience conducting internal investigations. Should have experience in leading and working with global diverse teams. Must have knowledge of concepts, practices, principles and procedures of strategic business planning and reporting. Should have knowledge of and the ability to interpret and advise on laws and regulations in the countries affecting business operations. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-07
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Senior Counsel, Ethics & Compliance
Refer job# OBSD150565
 
Senior Counsel, Ethics and Compliance The candidate will lead investigations while contributing to the execution of company next stage ethics and compliance program. Will be responsible for executing global initiatives focused on ethics and integrity, anti-bribery and corruption, FCPA, policy and regulatory compliance, and third-party due diligence, as well as managing training and awareness campaigns. In addition, will be responsible for conducting investigations and responding to inquiries around the globe. Also play a key role in identifying emerging risks, reporting on investigation trends, and collaborating with the team to develop global policy and process recommendations to deter and prevent future violations. This will include building and maintaining cross-functional partnerships to ensure company maintains industry-leading practices, working closely with the information security, internal audit, trade, security, and human resources teams. Conduct and oversee global investigations, including assessing the nature and potential severity of the issues, interviewing witnesses, collecting and reviewing documents, reaching findings, and then drafting investigative reports and reporting on outcomes. Manage and respond to all issues raised through the Ethics Helplines. Creatively build upon and drive awareness around compliance issues, including developing and delivering training on a broad range of risk topics, including competition law, anti-corruption, fraud, confidentiality, conflicts of interest, use of company assets, and insider trading. Serve as a subject matter expert to counsel the business on compliance risk. Counsel business leaders and commercial legal teams on compliance implications for new products and services, and advise on potential business impact of proposed changes to U.S. and international laws and regulations. Assess and respond to potential compliance, company policy, security, and privacy risks and regulatory requirements. Serve as point of contact and advisor for executives regarding ethics and compliance matters. Draft, update, and communicate policies and best practices to the business and stakeholders. Assist in performing routine risk assessments and monitoring of ongoing compliance in coordination with other compliance and operational assessment functions. Assist in managing anti-compliance and anti-corruption program, including partnering with the business, trade, and supply chain to ensure timely and effective third-party due diligence and compliance with global regulations. Support company engagement with government, industry, and peer groups on compliance issues.

The candidate should have J.D. from an accredited law school and 8+ years relevant experience, with both in-house and top-tier law firm experience, with substantial focus on compliance and investigations. Must have experience in conducting and overseeing internal investigations. Should have demonstrated ability to deliver practical guidance clearly and concisely as well as a consistent track record of being proactive, while managing multiple and complex projects, and prioritizing matters with minimal supervision. Thought leadership on ethics and compliance and capacity for complex problem-solving are required. Demonstrable experience influencing enterprise-wide change is needed. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, impeccable integrity, good judgment, strong analytical skills, flexible, pragmatic, and a keen sense of humor. Should demonstrable ability to drive global, enterprise-wide policies and practices. Must have demonstrated ability to support and collaborate with cross-functional executives (C-Suite, CISO, etc.).
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Sr. Counsel & Compliance Officer
Refer job# ZEIS150541
 
Sr. Counsel & Compliance Officer The candidate will be responsible for drafting, reviewing, negotiating, and advising clients on a variety of matters primarily relating to derivatives, internal compliance and regulatory compliance issues. The role may require advising clients on secured or securitized lending matters. Support the General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer (GCCO) in efforts to ensure that the Legal department assumes responsibility for all matters requiring Legal collaboration for company and its subsidiaries. Review, negotiate, and process for execution transactional agreements (e.g. ISDA, MSA, PSA, Credit Agreements) confidentiality agreements, vendor agreements, software licenses and other agreements associated with ongoing business operations. Review and manage all facilities and vendor agreements. Provides oversight and advice to the relevant administrative staff regarding questions and issues that arise with respect to facilities and resource management. Work as part of a team with other departments within the company to ensure issues are examined from all necessary angles. Assist with the development of a process and system for managing contracts. Ensure appropriate management of templates. Communicate and disseminate information to employees regarding a broad spectrum of compliance related topics, including but not limited to regulatory requirements, code of ethics, and internal controls. Assist with compliance training and internal hot-line processes. Assist the GCCO with the development and implementation of local policies and guidelines to ensure compliance with the Group's requirements. Develops a strong understanding of ethics and compliance programs, including due diligence and training. Ensures that company is able to produce all necessary information in order to comply with internal reporting requirements (including annual planning). Develops relationship with Group Compliance and Legal to facilitate communication. Ensures the company is up to date with regulatory requirements and requisite filings by identifying, assessing and monitoring current and emerging compliance issues in the various jurisdictions where company is active globally and when entering new markets. Assists with oversight and monitoring of regulatory reporting requirements. Performs and documents results of Know Your Customer checks on third parties. Advise as needed on reserve-based lending transactions in the oil and gas industry, providing structuring, documentation and legal support.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctor from an accredited law school and licensed to practice law in Texas or another a U.S. jurisdiction required; 5 - 7 years of transactional experience working in a law firm, or practicing as in-house counsel for an energy or commodities trading company. Solid knowledge of ISDA master agreement and related agreements required. Understanding of the regulatory framework and application of federal and state regulations to a weather and commodities firm required. Understanding of the derivatives-related regulatory developments and their implications for U.S.-domiciled entities in Australia, Asia, South America and Europe. Understanding of reserve-based lending structures, credit agreements and other secured lending arrangements a plus. Familiarity with the oil and gas business midstream, gathering, and processing agreements a plus. Strong negotiation and communication skills (written and oral) are required. Must have the ability to manage a variety of time sensitive demands. Strong attention to detail, analytical skills, judgment, enthusiasm and interpersonal skills. Some travel may be required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Lead Compliance Counsel
Refer job# LEVH150514
 
Lead Compliance Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Deploy company's global compliance program throughout the BGs by ensuring that global E&C policies, processes and tools are effectively communicated to the appropriate employee groups within the BGs (including RFS, ASN). Conduct and support compliance risk assessments in the Bgs. Design and implement tailored compliance initiatives in individual BGs and entities within the BGs (e.g., Service Companies and JVs) as needed. Ensure that all BG management teams receive appropriate proactive and reactive compliance engagement. Lead periodic BG Compliance Committees with respective senior management teams to drive management understanding and accountability of compliance risks. Conduct Compliance Operating Reviews (deep dive risk assessments) for the respective Bgs. Gather, synthesize and report key compliance data to BG leaders and the BG legal teams. Collaborate with Regulatory Excellence team members, BG Legal, as well as BG support functions regarding E&C program design, implementation and support. Continually monitor, assess and look for ways to improve collaboration and coordination between BG Compliance and Market Compliance. Be a Trusted Business Partner: deliver effective compliance counsel, advice and guidance to leaders and employees within the Bgs. Act as the primary contact point and internal expert with respect to compliance matters for the Bgs. Conduct and/or cascade targeted training on compliance-related topics, and current company policies and/or procedures to high-risk managers and employees. Promote and support a robust open reporting culture, including by supporting the Ombuds program and personnel within the Bgs. Identify compliance matters that require follow-up or investigation, and, as appropriate, conduct or support investigations (in conjunction with the Business Integrity Group), or otherwise refer issues to the appropriate internal investigating body. Monitor the installation and effectiveness of compliance controls and programs in the BGs, including by conducting Compliance Control Frameworks reviews, risk assessments, reviews of internal audit findings and other monitoring activities. Develop and lead remediation activities as needed. Drive a culture of integrity, compliance and accountability from the top leaders in the BGs to all employees. Support compliance due diligence and approvals activities (e.g., third party screening, gifts/hospitality, sponsorships & donations) as needed. Act as the primary contact point and internal expert with respect to compliance matters for ASN, RFS and drive, conduct, implement all of the above-mentioned points with respect to ASN and RFS, specifically. Network with compliance and business professionals outside company to drive company's goal of competitive distinction through integrity. Strong written and verbal skills in English required. Must have professional certification or qualification in Law, Accounting and/or Audit. Should have experience and understanding of compliance issues confronting the industry. Must have strong knowledge of key anti-bribery legislation including the FCPA, UK Bribery Act and other applicable legislation. Should have experience conducting, analysing and/or making decisions and recommendations based on compliance due diligence. Relevant professional experience beyond the minimum requirements will be strongly preferred. Academic degree in Law from recognized university desired. Legal experience strongly preferred, including: Work in a prosecutor or regulatory agency/office with jurisdiction over corporate criminal/regulatory matters. Relevant work in an in-house legal department or at a major international or regional law firm, representing corporate clients in investigative, criminal or regulatory matters. Relevant accounting and/or audit experience (in-house or external), including work designing, auditing and implementing anti-fraud/corruption/money-laundering controls. Experience conducting or leading internal investigations. Experience writing and deploying compliance policies and/or Codes of Conduct. Experience designing, deploying, analysing, and/or using compliance risk assessments. Proven project management skills. Strong commercial experience and skill set.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Chief Compliance Officer, Senior Legal Counsel
Refer job# GIMJ150413
 
Chief Compliance Officer, Senior Legal Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Enhance the Companys compliance program and ensure its implementation. Build strong relationships with board members, executives, senior management, operations and other staff in all global locations to further the purpose of the role; work across functions, regions and business units to effectively further the Companys compliance program. Provide strategic guidance and representation to senior management and business segments on the changing requirements related to compliance, including anti-corruption, export controls, sanctions, antitrust, insider trading, data privacy, records retention and related areas. Oversee and ensure appropriate processes and procedures for compliance case intake and resolution, including responses to the Companys ethics and compliance hotline reports and the investigation and closure of matters. Provide oversight, guidance, and coordination of effective internal audit, investigations, risk assessments and compliance reviews. Provide oversight and guidance on the effective response to detected problems and provide recommendations for corrective action as appropriate. Identify and provide oversight and coordination of compliance partners responsible for compliance and ethics related activities across the organization and provide communication, training and guidance on the program and compliance and ethics related matters. Plan, develop, monitor, revise and implement compliance initiatives in response to changes in the law; consult with operational and functional teams to ensure program effectiveness. Direct and develop multifaceted compliance educational and training programs. Act as Company point of contact for Government agency representatives regarding requests for information, subpoenas, disclosures, commodity jurisdiction/classification requests, requests for advisory opinions and other similar matters, working with appropriate business counsel. Serve as the in-house expert on global export controls and import laws and regulations, primarily pertaining to ITAR and dual-use products and technologies, as well as global sanctions programs and prepare, submit and administer or otherwise supervise external counsel with respect to various International Traffic in Arms (ITAR) filings, including DSP-5 and DSP-61, DSP-73 and Technical Assistance Agreements (TAA) applications and amendments. Must have J.D. from an accredited law school. Should have Licensed to practice law in any U.S. or other accredited jurisdiction. Must have 10+ years of prior experience, with at least 2 years dedicated as an in-house attorney overseeing a global compliance program. Export control-related experience and expertise in EAR, ITAR, OFAC, EU Trade Regulations, global sanctions programs, and U.S. and EU Customs compliance requirements. A working knowledge of ITAR is essential. Should have experience in anti-corruption, antitrust compliance, and records retention compliance. Experience in regulated environments is a plus. Must have experience conducting internal investigations. Should have experience in leading and working with global diverse teams. Must have knowledge of concepts, practices, principles and procedures of strategic business planning and reporting. Should have knowledge of and the ability to interpret and advise on laws and regulations in the countries affecting business operations.
 
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