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Compliance Attorney

Lake Zurich IL Compliance Attorney The Candidate will be responsible to supports a comprehensive program for compliance risk controls and reviews throughout the organization to ensure company-wide compliance with consumer lending and mortgage banking and related servicing laws and regulatory matters at the federal and state level. Recommends, develops, and implements changes to existing and proposed procedures, policies, and programs, oversees revision, reparation and dissemination of new and updated compliance standards and procedures. Keeps abreast of regulatory and legal developments governing consumer lending and mortgage banking, specifically as they relate to mortgage servicing regulations. Provides advice, guidance and insight to Senior Management and staff personnel on emerging compliance issues and consults and guides the company in establishment of controls to mitigate risk. Provides assistance to various departments in the formulation of forms and disclosure documents for compliance with all policies and procedures. Identifies and communicates need for compliance education programs and assists in developing compliance training to all staff members. Ensures that company-wide policies and procedures, on matters for which Attorney is responsible, are applied in full recognition of all legal implications and risks. Remains current and knowledgeable about application legislation, as well as pending legislation and administrative regulations pertinent to the company; as assigned, provides counsel to other departments in interpretation and training so as to minimize non-compliance risks. Conducts research on projects as required by the Senior VP of Regulatory Compliance Compliance. Performs such other responsibilities and duties as assigned by the Senior VP of Regulatory Compliance Compliance.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor Degree with 4+ years in regulatory compliance and/or legal responsibilities in mortgage servicing related regulation and laws and have strong working knowledge of mortgage servicing business operations and procedures. Demonstrated ability to cope with a rapidly changing regulatory environment on a federal and state level. Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to develop working relations with the business units supported. Ability to deal with legal and compliance issues in a practical and efficient manner; excellent analytical skills; exceptional oral and written communication skills; good interpersonal skills; ability to persuade and present positions effectively yet inoffensively; flexibility and willingness to work under pressure with tight deadlines. Self-sufficiency in approach to work and excellent prioritization and planning skills. Ability to manage complex assignments independently while also working effectively as part of a team. Experience performing researching and writing on a variety of rules, regulations and updates.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2018-08-19

Regulatory/compliance Counsel

Mountain View CA Regulatory/Compliance Counsel The candidate will be enabling firm s business goals by serving as one of firm s primary regulatory and compliance attorneys. Will be advising on a wide range of federal and state regulatory issues. Providing proactive legal advice related to US and non-US financial regulatory licensing regimes, financial crimes, export controls, and emerging fintech regulation. Counseling firm s business and product teams on the application of state and federal laws and regulations to new products and features. Representing firm s interests and interfacing directly with regulatory agencies and law enforcement authorities. Assisting our Public Policy team respond to relevant legislative and regulatory proposals. Leading and participating in internal and external reviews, audits and investigations. Working on projects in other legal disciplines, including areas involving unfamiliar (yet challenging and novel) subject matter and topics.

The candidate should have 5+ years of experience dealing with state, federal, and/or international regulatory frameworks; knowledge of, or interest in financial services laws and regulations, including state, federal, and/or international licensing, AML, sanctions, anti-bribery, state money transmission or escrow laws and network card rules. Must have experience working in-house at a federal or state regulatory agency and e experience with GDPR, Privacy, InfoSec, FCPA, and/or Ethics. Should have litigation experience
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-08-19

Compliance Counsel

Stamford CT Compliance Counsel The candidate will help the company manage risk, conduct business in compliance with applicable laws and regulations, avoid civil and criminal enforcement. Duties include: developing, implementing and/or enhancing internal/central compliance programs and initiatives, including corporate policies; controls and monitoring; global training and communications programs to maintain a culture of ethics and compliance; and supporting documentation to demonstrate compliance, as applicable. Conduct or oversee internal investigations into allegations of compliance breaches or violations of the company code of conduct. Partner and collaborate with internal and external resources, including legal counsel and other members of the Compliance team. Manage and monitor processes around managing third-party risk, including due diligence on suppliers and business partners. Monitor the evolving jurisdictional laws globally and industry guidelines affecting the company's overall compliance program with key focus areas of anti-corruption and anti-bribery, economic sanctions laws and export controls. Adopt, implement and update effective policies, processes, and documentation procedures with key focus areas of anti-corruption and anti-bribery, economic sanctions laws and export controls to ensure ongoing compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. Accountability for creating an appropriate education and training program to ensure appropriate levels of compliance awareness and accountability across the company with key focus areas of anti-corruption and anti-bribery, economic sanctions laws and export controls. Must have JD degree from accredited law school. Should be member in good standing of at least one bar organization. Must have familiarity or working knowledge of the US Federal Sentencing Guidelines, Sanctions and Export control laws, the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and other relevant global anti-corruption regulations, as well as a technical understanding of the elements that constitute violations of these guidelines and laws. Strong working knowledge of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and other anti-corruption regulations preferred. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2018-08-19

Senior Associate Counsel II - Financial Services Compliance

Bentonville AR Senior Associate Counsel II - Financial Services Compliance The candidate supports and cultivates an environment where associates respect and adhere to company standards of integrity and ethics. Develops and fosters relationships with business partners, colleagues in Legal, and other internal and external stakeholders. Provides advice and counsel to company Services, Financial Services Compliance, and Global Sanctions Compliance associates and others related to rules and regulations promulgated by a variety of state and federal regulatory agencies. Develops and leverages internal and external partnerships and networks, and works cross-functionally, to achieve business and compliance goals. Works collaboratively to negotiate and draft contracts and other legal documents in support of financial services business and compliance initiatives. Assists internal clients and stakeholders with identifying, assessing, and managing financial services and global sanctions risks to the company. Manages outsides counsel retained to support compliance matters and correlating budgets. Should have 15 years legal experience post-degree. Must have Law degree from an accredited law school. Should have License to practice law in at least one state. Must preferably have 15 years working as an attorney with a primary practice focused on financial services in a corporate legal department, government, financial institution or law firm. Experience with Bank Secrecy Act and other regulations involving financial services preferred. Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2018-08-19

Compliance Counsel

Corning NY Compliance Counsel The candidate will support company s Regional Counsel Commercial & Compliance for Emerging Markets (primarily India, Brazil/CALA countries, and ASEAN countries) in the implementation and management of company s corporate compliance program in the Emerging Markets region. At the direction of the Regional Counsel, the Compliance Counsel will assist in establishing, maintaining, and overseeing an effective compliance program consistent with the provision of the U.S. Federal Sentencing Guidelines, and any other statutory and regulatory requirements as may be applicable to the company throughout the Emerging Markets region. As time may permit, this role may also provide support to the Regional Counsel on other general legal matters. Provide legal support and guidance to company s operating businesses in the Emerging Markets region on compliance and regulatory issues. Assist in the receipt, investigation and resolution of alleged violations of the Code of Conduct or company policies. Assist the Regional Counsel in promoting a culture based on ethics and integrity. Conduct periodic risk assessments and take appropriate measures to mitigate identified risks. Assist in creating, publishing, maintaining and monitoring policies and procedures as appropriate to fully implement the provisions of the code of conduct, and other requirements of in-country statutes and regulations. Conduct training on compliance topics and monitor compliance training requirements. Create, train and communicate on compliance initiatives and programs to promote corporate integrity. Monitor the effectiveness of compliance policies and procedures and make necessary recommendations as to any appropriate enhancements or modifications. Carry out other tasks in support of company s compliance program as assigned. Periodically report to the Law Department and Compliance leadership and various business units on compliance matters.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor. Must have 4+ years of experience in international legal and compliance issues. Should have experience in supporting global corporations on compliance / legal / regulatory issues. Experience in working in cross-culture settings is required. Ability to think critically, learn new substantive areas quickly, analyze problems and data, and develop creative and practical solutions is desired. Should have superior interpersonal, oral and written communications skills with strong attention to detail. Spanish or Portuguese language skills are a significant plus. Must have ability to develop and maintain partnerships with clients, local counsels, and cross-functional experts.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2018-08-10

Lead Counsel - Global Trade Compliance

Seattle WA Lead Counsel - Global Trade Compliance The candidate will provide legal advice and support day-to-day activities relating to export and import control regimes around the world. Will collaborate and align with relevant functions e.g. IT, Global Trade Compliance, to optimize, draft, review and implement policies, processes and training. Advise on deemed export issues, conduct deemed export assessments and manage deemed export licensing. Advise on international trade regulatory and compliance matters, including, but not limited to, the Export Administration Regulations, U.S. Foreign Trade Regulations, International Traffic in Arms Regulations, anti-boycott regulations, economic sanctions regulations, and customs regulations. Draft, negotiate and advise on international trade provisions of contracts and Incoterms for international purchasing and licensing agreements. Conduct internal compliance investigations and risk assessments and manage external customs and/or export audits. Undertake special projects and support other compliance program initiatives. JD degree and membership in at least one U.S. state Bar is needed. Should have 5+ years of relevant experience with export controls, deemed export controls, import controls, anti-boycott, and trade sanctions, compliance from a law firm or in-house with a multinational corporation. Presentation and communication skill is needed. Experience working with or in support of diverse communities are preferred. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-08-09

Counsel, Compliance & Regulatory

Menlo Park CA Counsel, Compliance and Regulatory The candidate will handle cutting-edge and complex legal matters involving global regulatory and compliance issues. Will provide legal counsel on privacy and regulatory compliance matters furthering company's initiatives to better connect users. Support regulatory compliance teams with respect to data investigations and regulatory obligations under applicable law and regulation around the world. Draft and negotiate various types of agreements, including data processing agreements, vendor agreements, and marketing agreements. Support customer operations team with respect to user education and general product matters. Advise on operational product, privacy and regulatory compliance programs, including creating and maintaining compliance documentation such as data processing impact assessments, inter-company agreements, and data incident response plans. Collaborate with other members of the legal teams to support compliance efforts such as processing user rights inquiries and data incident investigations. Be flexible and willing to work on projects in other areas, including areas involving unfamiliar subject matter.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree and membership in at least one US State Bar. Must have 3+ years of attorney experience handling data privacy matters and work supporting related regulatory and compliance matters. Experience with both US and international data protection and data security law required. Experience developing approaches to legal challenges with a track record providing business-focused legal advice is essential. Experience working with mobile and/or Internet and technology companies is needed. Experience handling projects with cross-functional stakeholders is a must. Experience handling data security and related investigation matters is preferred. Experience with privacy compliance documentation in global jurisdictions, including Europe, is desired.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2018-08-05

Compliance Attorney

Chicago IL Compliance Attorney The candidate will be responsible for overseeing the Bank s compliance program and understanding applicable state and federal laws, regulations, regulatory guidance, and internal Bank policies and procedures. Will partner closely with business units to ensure compliance with applicable law and regulations, and provide support to business units in analyzing laws and regulations that impact both the Bank and the Bank s member institutions, and facilitating the development of appropriate controls to mitigate compliance risks. Work closely with Law Department attorneys and business units to support the Bank s compliance program and monitor, interpret and communicate regulatory developments and compliance matters across the organization. Analyze and monitor state and federal laws and regulatory updates that affect the Bank s business and the Bank s member institutions. Draft and provide concise and brief summaries of legal developments to Law Department attorneys and business units on new legal and regulatory updates. Maintain on-going knowledge of state and federal banking regulations, including regulatory guidance, and understanding of the impact such regulations and guidance may have across the Bank, its processes and outcomes, including upstream and downstream. Update the inventory of legal compliance requirements and risk controls, and coordinate compliance reviews with the applicable business units to ensure Bank compliance with laws and regulatory matters. Partner with the business units to identify compliance controls and gaps; solicit input from Law Department subject-matter attorney as necessary; prepare gap analysis reports and/or other compliance tools as needed. Coordinate compliance related education for the business units as necessary. Draft and maintain compliance reports, including board and management level reports, outlining new regulatory and statutory requirements that impact the Bank and the Bank s member institutions, including presentation to management level committees as appropriate. Advise business units on compliance law matters, including AML/BSA reporting, record retention matters and review of policies and procedures to ensure compliance with applicable state and federal laws and regulations. Conduct legal research and prepare memoranda as requested. Assist Law Department attorneys in drafting and submitting comment letters to various state and federal regulatory agencies as necessary. Prepare regulatory reports as requested, and assist Law Department attorneys and business units during the regulatory examination process or internal audit reviews, and assist in preparing responses to both regulatory and internal audit inquiries. Work closely with and provide guidance to the compliance paralegal to support the Bank s compliance program.

The candidate must have Juris Doctor degree preferably from an accredited law school and a licensed attorney in good standing. Should have 2-7 years experience in compliance matters in banking or financial services. Strong academic credentials is required. Ability to work effectively and efficiently in a fast-paced environment, and work both independently and as part of a team is needed. Excellent written and verbal communication skills is must. Experience in a law firm or corporate law department handling transactional, securities, corporate law or compliance matters, or a bank regulatory agency is preferred. Excellent speaking, listening, telephone, and writing skills is must. Proficient in MS Office Suite (Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint and Word) and good computer aptitude generally is essential.
Legal 2 - 7 Full-time 2018-08-05

Director, Contracts Attorney and Compliance

Columbus OH Director, Contracts Attorney and Compliance The candidate: Provides legal counsel and assistance in support of the contracts department. Responsible for compliance, process definition/change, quality of service, supplier management, metrics, and data analytics. Assists in assuring that all contracts operations are conducted in accordance with law. Assesses the legal implications of a variety of actions taken or proposed by research or service groups and provides sound legal counsel; providing legal counsel specifically to the contracts department. Developing plans to ensure processes are continuously updated, tested, and comply with current regulations within contracts. Assists or takes the lead role in pursuing and defending claims and negotiating settlements. Coordinates and gathers pertinent information in preparation for litigation. May serve as attorney in court or administrative hearings or coordinate with outside legal counsel. Prepares or reviews pleadings, motions, settlement agreements and other litigation-related documents. Provides legal advice regarding litigation goals and strategies. Provides assistance to management on special projects that require in-depth legal research, analysis and/or drafting skills as needed. Conduct legal research projects and other projects as assigned. Managing the supplier relationship, segmenting and managing the supplier database to reduce risk and increase profits. Developing meaningful metrics to monitor and measure compliance, quality, and efficiencies for use. Coordinating and interacting between areas and departments, including 3rd party regulators. Should have JD degree and must be licensed to practice in Ohio. Must have 10+ years of legal experience as a corporate generalist dealing with general contract law and business law, federal procurement law, litigation, employment law, environmental law, and other matters or concerns to industry and government contractors. Should have knowledge of contracts, subcontracts, pricing, and/or purchasing and the FAR (including all supplements). Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2018-08-03

Regulatory And Compliance Counsel

Oakland CA Regulatory and Compliance Counsel The candidate will work closely with the Firm s Global Chief Compliance officer ( Global CCO ) to ensure compliance with all applicable laws and industry regulations. Under the direction of the Global CCO and the Deputy CCO, the Regulatory and Compliance Counsel will direct and implement effective strategies and policies for managing compliance and regulatory risk while balancing the business interests of the Firm. Will proactively assist in identifying and containing compliance risk, foster a business oriented compliance function, help the organization embrace compliance necessities, and optimize relations with regulators. Along with the Deputy CCO, prepare and/or oversee the preparation of the Firm s regulatory reports including Form ADV Parts 1 and 2, Form 13F, Form 13H, 13F and other regulatory filings. Along with the Deputy CCO, oversee the Firm s fund subscription processes for the private equity funds and Vista s hedge fund Vista Public Strategies ( VPS ), including administration of the Firm s AML program for the private equity funds and VPS. Work with Global CCO and Deputy CCO/Counsel to conduct the Firm s annual compliance review, including working with the Firm s outside compliance consultants to review the Firm s compliance policies and procedures regarding allocations, trading, fee and expense allocations, etc. The annual review process includes performing periodic transactional and forensic tests to ensure compliance with the Firm s policies and procedures. Assist the Global CCO and Deputy CCO in managing the Firm s readiness for SEC exams and response to regulatory inquiries and requests. Prepare and deliver compliance training. Provide regulatory oversight and serve as day-to-day compliance lead for Vista s hedge fund, Vista Public Strategies: Lead the compliance efforts for VPS. Be fully responsible for all aspects of compliance including trade monitoring and surveillance, review of operating policies and procedures, compliance approvals of investment allocations, proxy voting, and best execution; Respond to time sensitive, compliance related inquiries from VPS operations and investment professionals. Monitor the flow of material non-public information ( MNPI ) within the Firm, perform testing to ensure all MNPI is reported to the Global CCO for inclusion on the Restricted List. Partner with VPS team members to identify and mitigate emerging compliance risks; implement compliance programs and policies to ensure compliance with relevant regulations, policies and procedures; Work with the Global CCO and Deputy CCO to review governing documents for new investment funds, oversee the acceptance of new limited partners into the funds by performing the compliance review of the subscription documents including overseeing AML procedures performed by Vista s fund administrator. Work with the third-party service providers to perform periodic checks to the various AML lists such as OFAC, etc. to ensure the Firm and its funds are following relevant AML regulations. Work with Investor Relations personnel to understand and comply with all regulatory requirements associated with marketing the fund outside of the U.S. including AIFMD. Work with the Deputy CCO and the Investor Relations, Finance, and Investment Teams in reviewing all written marketing materials for prospective and current limited partners, including marketing presentations, flip-books, and quarterly letters, DDQ s and other investor diligence materials for compliance with applicable laws and regulations.

The candidate should have Bachelor's degree and J.D. Bar member in good standing. Certified Compliance Professional is highly desired. Must have 2+ years of broad-based regulatory/compliance legal experience, within an international law firm and/or as in-house counsel supporting a U.S. registered investment adviser. Should have experience working with hedge funds including an understanding of trading operations, proxy voting rules, and best execution. Must have experience with an organization with AUM of $5 billion or more. Should have strong understanding of the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 and broader securities laws, including insider trading laws. Should have experience interpreting federal statutes, regulations, and state laws, and analyzing their impact on current policy and business practices. Must have experience reporting and communicating with senior leadership or investment firm partners/principals.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2018-08-03
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Client Success Manager
In-House,The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc
Location : Washington, DC, United States

Client Success Manager The candidate will provide account management to service law firms, corporations, and law schools in a defined geographic area. Will expand and position comprehensive legal and business intelligence platforms, including compan... + read more

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Client Success Manager
In-House,The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc
Location : Rockville, MD, United States

Client Success Manager The candidate will provide account management to service law firms, corporations, and law schools in a defined geographic area. Will expand and position comprehensive legal and business intelligence platforms, including compan... + read more

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Compliance Attorney
Refer job# YPWJ140428
 
Compliance Attorney The Candidate will be responsible to supports a comprehensive program for compliance risk controls and reviews throughout the organization to ensure company-wide compliance with consumer lending and mortgage banking and related servicing laws and regulatory matters at the federal and state level. Recommends, develops, and implements changes to existing and proposed procedures, policies, and programs, oversees revision, reparation and dissemination of new and updated compliance standards and procedures. Keeps abreast of regulatory and legal developments governing consumer lending and mortgage banking, specifically as they relate to mortgage servicing regulations. Provides advice, guidance and insight to Senior Management and staff personnel on emerging compliance issues and consults and guides the company in establishment of controls to mitigate risk. Provides assistance to various departments in the formulation of forms and disclosure documents for compliance with all policies and procedures. Identifies and communicates need for compliance education programs and assists in developing compliance training to all staff members. Ensures that company-wide policies and procedures, on matters for which Attorney is responsible, are applied in full recognition of all legal implications and risks. Remains current and knowledgeable about application legislation, as well as pending legislation and administrative regulations pertinent to the company; as assigned, provides counsel to other departments in interpretation and training so as to minimize non-compliance risks. Conducts research on projects as required by the Senior VP of Regulatory Compliance Compliance. Performs such other responsibilities and duties as assigned by the Senior VP of Regulatory Compliance Compliance.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor Degree with 4+ years in regulatory compliance and/or legal responsibilities in mortgage servicing related regulation and laws and have strong working knowledge of mortgage servicing business operations and procedures. Demonstrated ability to cope with a rapidly changing regulatory environment on a federal and state level. Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to develop working relations with the business units supported. Ability to deal with legal and compliance issues in a practical and efficient manner; excellent analytical skills; exceptional oral and written communication skills; good interpersonal skills; ability to persuade and present positions effectively yet inoffensively; flexibility and willingness to work under pressure with tight deadlines. Self-sufficiency in approach to work and excellent prioritization and planning skills. Ability to manage complex assignments independently while also working effectively as part of a team. Experience performing researching and writing on a variety of rules, regulations and updates.
 
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Regulatory/compliance Counsel
Refer job# VQCH140441
 
Regulatory/Compliance Counsel The candidate will be enabling firm s business goals by serving as one of firm s primary regulatory and compliance attorneys. Will be advising on a wide range of federal and state regulatory issues. Providing proactive legal advice related to US and non-US financial regulatory licensing regimes, financial crimes, export controls, and emerging fintech regulation. Counseling firm s business and product teams on the application of state and federal laws and regulations to new products and features. Representing firm s interests and interfacing directly with regulatory agencies and law enforcement authorities. Assisting our Public Policy team respond to relevant legislative and regulatory proposals. Leading and participating in internal and external reviews, audits and investigations. Working on projects in other legal disciplines, including areas involving unfamiliar (yet challenging and novel) subject matter and topics.

The candidate should have 5+ years of experience dealing with state, federal, and/or international regulatory frameworks; knowledge of, or interest in financial services laws and regulations, including state, federal, and/or international licensing, AML, sanctions, anti-bribery, state money transmission or escrow laws and network card rules. Must have experience working in-house at a federal or state regulatory agency and e experience with GDPR, Privacy, InfoSec, FCPA, and/or Ethics. Should have litigation experience
 
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Compliance Counsel
Refer job# LLKD140443
 
Compliance Counsel The candidate will help the company manage risk, conduct business in compliance with applicable laws and regulations, avoid civil and criminal enforcement. Duties include: developing, implementing and/or enhancing internal/central compliance programs and initiatives, including corporate policies; controls and monitoring; global training and communications programs to maintain a culture of ethics and compliance; and supporting documentation to demonstrate compliance, as applicable. Conduct or oversee internal investigations into allegations of compliance breaches or violations of the company code of conduct. Partner and collaborate with internal and external resources, including legal counsel and other members of the Compliance team. Manage and monitor processes around managing third-party risk, including due diligence on suppliers and business partners. Monitor the evolving jurisdictional laws globally and industry guidelines affecting the company's overall compliance program with key focus areas of anti-corruption and anti-bribery, economic sanctions laws and export controls. Adopt, implement and update effective policies, processes, and documentation procedures with key focus areas of anti-corruption and anti-bribery, economic sanctions laws and export controls to ensure ongoing compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. Accountability for creating an appropriate education and training program to ensure appropriate levels of compliance awareness and accountability across the company with key focus areas of anti-corruption and anti-bribery, economic sanctions laws and export controls. Must have JD degree from accredited law school. Should be member in good standing of at least one bar organization. Must have familiarity or working knowledge of the US Federal Sentencing Guidelines, Sanctions and Export control laws, the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and other relevant global anti-corruption regulations, as well as a technical understanding of the elements that constitute violations of these guidelines and laws. Strong working knowledge of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and other anti-corruption regulations preferred.
 
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Senior Associate Counsel II - Financial Services Compliance
Refer job# LVWK140447
 
Senior Associate Counsel II - Financial Services Compliance The candidate supports and cultivates an environment where associates respect and adhere to company standards of integrity and ethics. Develops and fosters relationships with business partners, colleagues in Legal, and other internal and external stakeholders. Provides advice and counsel to company Services, Financial Services Compliance, and Global Sanctions Compliance associates and others related to rules and regulations promulgated by a variety of state and federal regulatory agencies. Develops and leverages internal and external partnerships and networks, and works cross-functionally, to achieve business and compliance goals. Works collaboratively to negotiate and draft contracts and other legal documents in support of financial services business and compliance initiatives. Assists internal clients and stakeholders with identifying, assessing, and managing financial services and global sanctions risks to the company. Manages outsides counsel retained to support compliance matters and correlating budgets. Should have 15 years legal experience post-degree. Must have Law degree from an accredited law school. Should have License to practice law in at least one state. Must preferably have 15 years working as an attorney with a primary practice focused on financial services in a corporate legal department, government, financial institution or law firm. Experience with Bank Secrecy Act and other regulations involving financial services preferred.
 
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Compliance Counsel
Refer job# FCZO140299
 
Compliance Counsel The candidate will support company s Regional Counsel Commercial & Compliance for Emerging Markets (primarily India, Brazil/CALA countries, and ASEAN countries) in the implementation and management of company s corporate compliance program in the Emerging Markets region. At the direction of the Regional Counsel, the Compliance Counsel will assist in establishing, maintaining, and overseeing an effective compliance program consistent with the provision of the U.S. Federal Sentencing Guidelines, and any other statutory and regulatory requirements as may be applicable to the company throughout the Emerging Markets region. As time may permit, this role may also provide support to the Regional Counsel on other general legal matters. Provide legal support and guidance to company s operating businesses in the Emerging Markets region on compliance and regulatory issues. Assist in the receipt, investigation and resolution of alleged violations of the Code of Conduct or company policies. Assist the Regional Counsel in promoting a culture based on ethics and integrity. Conduct periodic risk assessments and take appropriate measures to mitigate identified risks. Assist in creating, publishing, maintaining and monitoring policies and procedures as appropriate to fully implement the provisions of the code of conduct, and other requirements of in-country statutes and regulations. Conduct training on compliance topics and monitor compliance training requirements. Create, train and communicate on compliance initiatives and programs to promote corporate integrity. Monitor the effectiveness of compliance policies and procedures and make necessary recommendations as to any appropriate enhancements or modifications. Carry out other tasks in support of company s compliance program as assigned. Periodically report to the Law Department and Compliance leadership and various business units on compliance matters.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor. Must have 4+ years of experience in international legal and compliance issues. Should have experience in supporting global corporations on compliance / legal / regulatory issues. Experience in working in cross-culture settings is required. Ability to think critically, learn new substantive areas quickly, analyze problems and data, and develop creative and practical solutions is desired. Should have superior interpersonal, oral and written communications skills with strong attention to detail. Spanish or Portuguese language skills are a significant plus. Must have ability to develop and maintain partnerships with clients, local counsels, and cross-functional experts.
 
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Lead Counsel - Global Trade Compliance
Refer job# BJQC140278
 
Lead Counsel - Global Trade Compliance The candidate will provide legal advice and support day-to-day activities relating to export and import control regimes around the world. Will collaborate and align with relevant functions e.g. IT, Global Trade Compliance, to optimize, draft, review and implement policies, processes and training. Advise on deemed export issues, conduct deemed export assessments and manage deemed export licensing. Advise on international trade regulatory and compliance matters, including, but not limited to, the Export Administration Regulations, U.S. Foreign Trade Regulations, International Traffic in Arms Regulations, anti-boycott regulations, economic sanctions regulations, and customs regulations. Draft, negotiate and advise on international trade provisions of contracts and Incoterms for international purchasing and licensing agreements. Conduct internal compliance investigations and risk assessments and manage external customs and/or export audits. Undertake special projects and support other compliance program initiatives. JD degree and membership in at least one U.S. state Bar is needed. Should have 5+ years of relevant experience with export controls, deemed export controls, import controls, anti-boycott, and trade sanctions, compliance from a law firm or in-house with a multinational corporation. Presentation and communication skill is needed. Experience working with or in support of diverse communities are preferred.
 
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Counsel, Compliance & Regulatory
Refer job# WIXF140246
 
Counsel, Compliance and Regulatory The candidate will handle cutting-edge and complex legal matters involving global regulatory and compliance issues. Will provide legal counsel on privacy and regulatory compliance matters furthering company's initiatives to better connect users. Support regulatory compliance teams with respect to data investigations and regulatory obligations under applicable law and regulation around the world. Draft and negotiate various types of agreements, including data processing agreements, vendor agreements, and marketing agreements. Support customer operations team with respect to user education and general product matters. Advise on operational product, privacy and regulatory compliance programs, including creating and maintaining compliance documentation such as data processing impact assessments, inter-company agreements, and data incident response plans. Collaborate with other members of the legal teams to support compliance efforts such as processing user rights inquiries and data incident investigations. Be flexible and willing to work on projects in other areas, including areas involving unfamiliar subject matter.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree and membership in at least one US State Bar. Must have 3+ years of attorney experience handling data privacy matters and work supporting related regulatory and compliance matters. Experience with both US and international data protection and data security law required. Experience developing approaches to legal challenges with a track record providing business-focused legal advice is essential. Experience working with mobile and/or Internet and technology companies is needed. Experience handling projects with cross-functional stakeholders is a must. Experience handling data security and related investigation matters is preferred. Experience with privacy compliance documentation in global jurisdictions, including Europe, is desired.
 
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Compliance Attorney
Refer job# VOFU140248
 
Compliance Attorney The candidate will be responsible for overseeing the Bank s compliance program and understanding applicable state and federal laws, regulations, regulatory guidance, and internal Bank policies and procedures. Will partner closely with business units to ensure compliance with applicable law and regulations, and provide support to business units in analyzing laws and regulations that impact both the Bank and the Bank s member institutions, and facilitating the development of appropriate controls to mitigate compliance risks. Work closely with Law Department attorneys and business units to support the Bank s compliance program and monitor, interpret and communicate regulatory developments and compliance matters across the organization. Analyze and monitor state and federal laws and regulatory updates that affect the Bank s business and the Bank s member institutions. Draft and provide concise and brief summaries of legal developments to Law Department attorneys and business units on new legal and regulatory updates. Maintain on-going knowledge of state and federal banking regulations, including regulatory guidance, and understanding of the impact such regulations and guidance may have across the Bank, its processes and outcomes, including upstream and downstream. Update the inventory of legal compliance requirements and risk controls, and coordinate compliance reviews with the applicable business units to ensure Bank compliance with laws and regulatory matters. Partner with the business units to identify compliance controls and gaps; solicit input from Law Department subject-matter attorney as necessary; prepare gap analysis reports and/or other compliance tools as needed. Coordinate compliance related education for the business units as necessary. Draft and maintain compliance reports, including board and management level reports, outlining new regulatory and statutory requirements that impact the Bank and the Bank s member institutions, including presentation to management level committees as appropriate. Advise business units on compliance law matters, including AML/BSA reporting, record retention matters and review of policies and procedures to ensure compliance with applicable state and federal laws and regulations. Conduct legal research and prepare memoranda as requested. Assist Law Department attorneys in drafting and submitting comment letters to various state and federal regulatory agencies as necessary. Prepare regulatory reports as requested, and assist Law Department attorneys and business units during the regulatory examination process or internal audit reviews, and assist in preparing responses to both regulatory and internal audit inquiries. Work closely with and provide guidance to the compliance paralegal to support the Bank s compliance program.

The candidate must have Juris Doctor degree preferably from an accredited law school and a licensed attorney in good standing. Should have 2-7 years experience in compliance matters in banking or financial services. Strong academic credentials is required. Ability to work effectively and efficiently in a fast-paced environment, and work both independently and as part of a team is needed. Excellent written and verbal communication skills is must. Experience in a law firm or corporate law department handling transactional, securities, corporate law or compliance matters, or a bank regulatory agency is preferred. Excellent speaking, listening, telephone, and writing skills is must. Proficient in MS Office Suite (Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint and Word) and good computer aptitude generally is essential.
 
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Director, Contracts Attorney and Compliance
Refer job# HYYO140182
 
Director, Contracts Attorney and Compliance The candidate: Provides legal counsel and assistance in support of the contracts department. Responsible for compliance, process definition/change, quality of service, supplier management, metrics, and data analytics. Assists in assuring that all contracts operations are conducted in accordance with law. Assesses the legal implications of a variety of actions taken or proposed by research or service groups and provides sound legal counsel; providing legal counsel specifically to the contracts department. Developing plans to ensure processes are continuously updated, tested, and comply with current regulations within contracts. Assists or takes the lead role in pursuing and defending claims and negotiating settlements. Coordinates and gathers pertinent information in preparation for litigation. May serve as attorney in court or administrative hearings or coordinate with outside legal counsel. Prepares or reviews pleadings, motions, settlement agreements and other litigation-related documents. Provides legal advice regarding litigation goals and strategies. Provides assistance to management on special projects that require in-depth legal research, analysis and/or drafting skills as needed. Conduct legal research projects and other projects as assigned. Managing the supplier relationship, segmenting and managing the supplier database to reduce risk and increase profits. Developing meaningful metrics to monitor and measure compliance, quality, and efficiencies for use. Coordinating and interacting between areas and departments, including 3rd party regulators. Should have JD degree and must be licensed to practice in Ohio. Must have 10+ years of legal experience as a corporate generalist dealing with general contract law and business law, federal procurement law, litigation, employment law, environmental law, and other matters or concerns to industry and government contractors. Should have knowledge of contracts, subcontracts, pricing, and/or purchasing and the FAR (including all supplements).
 
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Regulatory And Compliance Counsel
Refer job# CYRP140201
 
Regulatory and Compliance Counsel The candidate will work closely with the Firm s Global Chief Compliance officer ( Global CCO ) to ensure compliance with all applicable laws and industry regulations. Under the direction of the Global CCO and the Deputy CCO, the Regulatory and Compliance Counsel will direct and implement effective strategies and policies for managing compliance and regulatory risk while balancing the business interests of the Firm. Will proactively assist in identifying and containing compliance risk, foster a business oriented compliance function, help the organization embrace compliance necessities, and optimize relations with regulators. Along with the Deputy CCO, prepare and/or oversee the preparation of the Firm s regulatory reports including Form ADV Parts 1 and 2, Form 13F, Form 13H, 13F and other regulatory filings. Along with the Deputy CCO, oversee the Firm s fund subscription processes for the private equity funds and Vista s hedge fund Vista Public Strategies ( VPS ), including administration of the Firm s AML program for the private equity funds and VPS. Work with Global CCO and Deputy CCO/Counsel to conduct the Firm s annual compliance review, including working with the Firm s outside compliance consultants to review the Firm s compliance policies and procedures regarding allocations, trading, fee and expense allocations, etc. The annual review process includes performing periodic transactional and forensic tests to ensure compliance with the Firm s policies and procedures. Assist the Global CCO and Deputy CCO in managing the Firm s readiness for SEC exams and response to regulatory inquiries and requests. Prepare and deliver compliance training. Provide regulatory oversight and serve as day-to-day compliance lead for Vista s hedge fund, Vista Public Strategies: Lead the compliance efforts for VPS. Be fully responsible for all aspects of compliance including trade monitoring and surveillance, review of operating policies and procedures, compliance approvals of investment allocations, proxy voting, and best execution; Respond to time sensitive, compliance related inquiries from VPS operations and investment professionals. Monitor the flow of material non-public information ( MNPI ) within the Firm, perform testing to ensure all MNPI is reported to the Global CCO for inclusion on the Restricted List. Partner with VPS team members to identify and mitigate emerging compliance risks; implement compliance programs and policies to ensure compliance with relevant regulations, policies and procedures; Work with the Global CCO and Deputy CCO to review governing documents for new investment funds, oversee the acceptance of new limited partners into the funds by performing the compliance review of the subscription documents including overseeing AML procedures performed by Vista s fund administrator. Work with the third-party service providers to perform periodic checks to the various AML lists such as OFAC, etc. to ensure the Firm and its funds are following relevant AML regulations. Work with Investor Relations personnel to understand and comply with all regulatory requirements associated with marketing the fund outside of the U.S. including AIFMD. Work with the Deputy CCO and the Investor Relations, Finance, and Investment Teams in reviewing all written marketing materials for prospective and current limited partners, including marketing presentations, flip-books, and quarterly letters, DDQ s and other investor diligence materials for compliance with applicable laws and regulations.

The candidate should have Bachelor's degree and J.D. Bar member in good standing. Certified Compliance Professional is highly desired. Must have 2+ years of broad-based regulatory/compliance legal experience, within an international law firm and/or as in-house counsel supporting a U.S. registered investment adviser. Should have experience working with hedge funds including an understanding of trading operations, proxy voting rules, and best execution. Must have experience with an organization with AUM of $5 billion or more. Should have strong understanding of the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 and broader securities laws, including insider trading laws. Should have experience interpreting federal statutes, regulations, and state laws, and analyzing their impact on current policy and business practices. Must have experience reporting and communicating with senior leadership or investment firm partners/principals.
 
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