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Privacy Compliance Legal Counsel

San Francisco CA Privacy Compliance Legal Counsel The candidate will provide expert, calibrated, helpful privacy-related legal advice to the companys team across US and global offices. Advise the Product and Data Analytics teams on global privacy legal issues, helping to design and implement products that incorporate privacy by design. Design and develop privacy programs and policies for compliance and training. Review, negotiate and draft privacy-related commercial agreements to support sales, business development and procurement efforts. Help develop internal and external communications and guidelines regarding privacy and data usage. Stay current on policy issues and legal developments relating to privacy.

The candidate should have J.D. degree, or international law degree + LLM. Member of the California Bar in good standing (RIHC status OK). Should have 4+ years of experience as a practicing attorney is required; prior in-house experience at a technology start-up company is a huge plus. Significant experience with US and EU privacy regulations and requirements is required; APAC experience is helpful as well. Ability to keep pace with companys rapid global growth. Clear, crisp communication skills, exceptional judgment, and a practical, business-minded approach are essential for success in this role.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-01-09

Counsel - Compliance

New York City NY Counsel - Compliance The candidate to support compliance and governance initiatives for Consumer Markets Group. Identify opportunities for compliance-related policies for the Consumer Markets group. Draft policies and procedures to ensure consistent and sound practices, and ensure existing policies and procedures are current, effectively implemented and communicated to employees. Oversee or conduct compliance investigations on wide-ranging matters affecting the Consumer Markets group, including conducting or directing interviews, reviewing and analyzing documents, drafting investigative reports and working with the appropriate stakeholders on corrective action. Actively monitor compliance program to identify gaps/exceptions/weaknesses and work with the Business and other internal partners on corrective action plans and recommendations to enhance effectiveness. Provide guidance and advice on compliance questions and concerns on subjects that impact the Consumer Markets Group, including Consumer Protection laws, Fraud, Privacy, TCPA, CAN/SPAM. Track and report out on developments in the above areas. Work with internal partners to develop compliance communications and training materials for the Consumer Groups on topics such as sales integrity, privacy, fraud, customer authentication to promote understanding of compliance risk issues. Develop and track metrics related to these initiatives. Support compliance risk assessments to proactively identify existing and emerging compliance risks. Support the development of the compliance risk management strategy and plan. Should have JD degree and 6+ years of relevant work experience. Should have Bar membership and needed licenses. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2020-01-02

Senior Director & Deputy General Counsel - Compliance

Newport News VA Senior Director & Deputy General Counsel - Compliance Responsibilities: Lead a small team of compliance attorneys and professionals to develop, deliver and maintain an appropriate and effective compliance program for a commercial wholesale trade business with a primary listing in the UK (FTSE 100) and operating principally in North America. Implement appropriate policies and procedures to ensure that the Companys compliance programs are effective and efficient in identifying, preventing, detecting and correcting any non-compliances with applicable laws and regulations. Develop an annual compliance work plan that is flexibly tailored within an overarching compliance framework that balances regulatory requirements, risk mitigation and business objectives. Provide guidance, advice, and engaging training programs to improve the business understanding of relevant legal and regulatory requirements. Conduct appropriate due diligence assessments of suppliers and business partners, especially those operating in higher-risk jurisdictions. Partner with business and legal colleagues to conduct semi-annual compliance risk assessments and assurance activities; prepare clear and concise compliance reports in a timely manner. Lead compliance-related internal investigations, working closely with the Internal Audit function where applicable. Engage with outside auditors in support of any compliance-assurance activities; Interact with regulators on compliance issues, as needed. Monitor and analyze relevant market developments and government regulatory updates. Develop, review and maintain data-driven metrics that provide actionable insight for the compliance programs continuous development.

Requirements: JD Degree from a reputable U.S. law school; active Bar membership in the U.S. 10+ years of legal experience in compliance-related fields; prior in-house experience is preferred. Experience implementing and monitoring a global compliance program for a multinational publicly listed company, including designing and tailoring training, global policies, and regional guidance. Prior experience in the Commercial/Industrial/WholesaleDistribution/Building Materials or related industry is highly desired. Experience leading and conducting confidential and privileged investigations. Demonstrated ability to create and conduct engaging and effective live training presentations and the creation of effective interactive electronic training programs. Excellent organizational, analytical, communication, and diplomacy skills. Strong influencing skills, as well as excellent collaboration skills, to engage with high performance teams and colleagues in different functions and levels within a diverse and global organization. Excellent project and time management skills with the ability to handle multiple tasks of varied complexity, set priorities, meet deadlines, and develop process efficiencies where required.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-30

Senior Sanctions Compliance Counsel

Chesterfield MO Senior Sanctions Compliance Counsel The candidate will provide guidance to the business regarding issues arising as a result of Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctions program changes. Partnering with Assistant General Counsel, Global Sanctions with discussions with financial institutions regarding Firms sanctions and KYC policies and procedures. Assist in negotiating sanctions related clauses with various counterparties. Provide issue specific advice on various sanctions and KYC to the business. Review and revision of contract documents and declaration regarding sanctions and assisting in negotiations relating thereto. Partnering with Assistant General Counsel, Global Sanctions, with the development and maintenance of KYC procedures. Provide updates to Firm economic sanctions guidance policies, and memoranda to local counsel. Manage to Firm economic sanctions and export controls training documents and related updates to the Firm portal, and with conducting training. Manage relevant Firm personnel regarding recent changes to Department of the Treasury, OFAC and Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) sanctions and controls. Research & monitoring regarding potential bills in Congress relating to sanctions and provide advice to the business relating to developments; Prepare and/or assist in preparation of OFAC and/or BIS licenses applications, reports or notifications as required. Partnering Assistant General Counsel, Global Sanctions regarding anti money-laundering guidance and training documents, updates and due diligence as required. Strategize regarding IT developments efforts to improve the sanctions compliance program and KYC. Research regarding non-U.S. local sanctions and laws relating to sanctions. Handle sanctions/AML aspects of financial institution information KYC requests for information on Firm entities. Provide advice to the business on handling and reporting of boycott requests. Partner with Assistant General Counsel, Global Sanctions, in developing checklists for compliance related procedures and screening requirements. J.D.required with a minimum of five years of experience in regulatory compliance, with the majority of such experience in a compliance-focused role specifically relevant to economic sanctions, export controls, anti-boycott, and OFAC regulations required. Superior written and verbal communications skills required. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-30

Deputy General Counsel & Compliance Officer

Chesterfield MO Deputy General Counsel & Compliance Officer Duties: Manages a global team of attorneys and compliance officers and leads the development, oversight and monitoring of the companys global compliance program and controls; lead and overseas the implementation of the strategy for compliance initiatives and manages the development of various compliance controls and processes, including (i) the implementation of various policies and procedures in connection with the code of conduct and ethics requirements and (ii) the implementation of trading, export compliance and sanctions compliance matters globally. As such, leads and oversees any responses to government investigations and queries. Oversees global compliance training programs. Represents to compliance team as liaison to the executive management as well as the board of directors; regularly updates the management of the company on various compliance aspects of Bunges activities. Oversees a global team of investigators (e.g., responding to reports of problems, hotline complaints or suspected violations) and manages communication of investigations findings to various leaders in the organization. Manages a global team that provides advice on legal aspects of capital markets, financing transactions and derivatives transactions globally. Manage a global team of attorneys who advise on applicable regulations and draft documentation related to these transactions. Overseeing corporate secretarial activities of various Bunge entities, legal and documentation framework for trading agreements; Oversees a team of attorneys (and outside counsel) who manage complex litigation associated with trading activities; Support and help lead change in the organization while fostering a culture that thrives for results. Provide strong leadership in the development of top quality talent. Collaborates with other departments (e.g., Internal Audit, HR, Risk, Trade Compliance, Finance etc.) to direct legal and compliance issues to appropriate existing channels as appropriate. Consults with the Legal Department as needed to address and resolve legal issues. Administers legal and compliance budget.

Requirements: JD Degree from accredited law school with 15+ years of relevant experience as an attorney at a top tier law firm and or in-house legal department. Experienced in legal support as well as development of a compliance program. Experienced advising senior management on legal, risks and other issues. Broad transactional experience, including financings, trade finance, derivatives trading, commodities transactions and futures trading. Demonstrates a high energy level and strong, proactive work ethic with a commitment to continuous improvement in a dynamic and multicultural environment. Excellent written and verbal communications skills, including the ability to present forensic findings in a clear, objective and unbiased manner. Strong analytical skills with excellent organizational and prioritization skills with the ability to handle multiple tasks under stressful conditions. Leadership presence and demeanor, ability to influence others, and establish and maintain position of respect. Unquestioned integrity and professional maturity. Strategic thinker with proven ability to implement business-oriented programs and processes and evaluate risks. Ability to effectively develop and manage global staff. Proven ability to work in a cross functional environment without direct management authority. Extensive experience in developing and implementing policies and procedures. Fluency in multiple languages is a plus.
Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-30

Senior Attorney - Anti-Bribery and Corruption Compliance

Washington DC Senior Attorney - Anti-Bribery and Corruption Compliance The candidate will be responsible for providing expert legal counsel to Senior Leaders including Executive Counsel for the Enterprise-wide Political Activities Compliance program as part of firms Anti-Bribery and Corruption ( ABAC ) Program. Provides legal support in connection with firm's contacts with U.S. government officials, political contributions and lobbying to ensure that firm's business units and employees comply with applicable regulations. Responds to needs of the business unit by identifying and analyzing complex and unique legal issues and provide resolution for these legal matters. Ensures the company's activities are conducted in compliance with applicable laws. Responsible for identifying and managing legal risk in association with firm's Risk Appetite and provide strategic direction. Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Works independently on matters of significance to the organization and has in-depth, expert knowledge in specific type of law, and/or the proven ability to lead teams to resolve complex issues. May work with outside counsel. Independently provides strategic and skillful legal counsel within area of expertise to manage regulatory, compliance and litigation risk to firm's businesses. Leads highly complex legal and unique work assignments to deliver highly effective problem resolutions. Engages and collaborates with other legal experts within the company and at times outside counsel. Leads highly complex legal research and provide solution-oriented legal advice and counsel to senior level internal clients that support business objectives. Effectively manage and work with outside counsel to complete assignments with minimal supervision. Applies critical thinking to review complex and non-legal material for legal implications that may pose a risk to the organization. Produces clear and concise written materials appropriate for submission to senior level internal clients. May prepare written legal positions involving highly complex and unique issues that require a high degree of independent legal thought and strategy for resolution. May act as a legal point of contact and proactively partners with Compliance and the firm's businesses to mitigate legal compliance and legal risk. Keeps abreast of any changes in regulations and laws advising appropriate organizational leadership of such changes. Advises senior executive management, to include executive council, on issues. Leads and motivates cross-functional team members in strategy development and implementation of business solutions. May train less experienced lawyers on a day-to-day basis and serve as a resource to team members on escalated issues of a complex nature. Leads cross-functional assignments in the development and implementation of key initiatives. Anticipates opportunities and potential solutions and leads team through the problem resolution process. Performs all other tasks as assigned.

The candidate must have Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school. Should be admitted to the practice law in one state or a territory of the USA. Must have Active member and in good standing of the bar in at least one state or territory. Should have 7+ years experience practicing law within legal area of expertise or other uniquely relevant experience. Should have ability to exercise good judgment on complex legal matters. Must have ability to influence members of executive management and executive council. Should have ability to clearly distill complex legal issues into straightforward concepts for clients. Should preferably have 5+ years' legal experience supporting Fortune 250 Company's government relations team. Should preferably have 3+ years' legal experience in the Federal Election Commission, the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia, or similar regulatory/enforcement body for the FECA or LDA. Solid understanding of banking, finance, and insurance products is preferred. Familiarity with the requirements of the FCPA and UK Bribery Act regulations is desired. Experience overseeing, advising, and providing guidance on non-U.S. lobbying and gifts to and entertainment of non-U.S. government officials is desired. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Tools and applicable software is a plus.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-30

Director, Corporate Counsel Employment Law & Compliance

San Mateo CA Director, Corporate Counsel - Employment Law & Compliance The Candidate will be responsible to investigate and respond to demand letters and agency complaints and audits (e.g., EEOC, DFEH, DOL, OFCCP, DLSE, etc.). Manage labor and employment litigation matters with outside counsel. Ensure SIEs compliance with applicable federal, state, and local labor and employment laws (Title VII, ADA, ADEA, FEHA, etc.). Develop, manage and implement corporate compliance programs in areas such as export control, third-party due diligence and conflict of interest. Investigate reports to the Sony Ethics & Compliance Hotline. Develop and conduct employment law and compliance trainings (live and online).

The candidate should have JD or LLM degree from top law school; admitted to a U.S. state bar. California State Bar membership is preferred with 15+ years relevant experience within Employment & Corporate Compliance law. Deep knowledge and experience advising clients on California and federal labor and employment laws, in areas such as wage and hour, disability accommodation, discrimination and harassment. Excellent written/verbal communication and negotiation skills. Ability to organize, prioritize and manage deadlines in a fast-based and demanding work environment. Ability to maintain strong working relationships with demanding internal clients. Substantial experience with delivering advice and counsel to clients such as Human Resources. Substantial employment litigation experience (state and federal) and experience managing litigation. Significant experience with conducting and managing internal and external investigations. Experience with advising clients on conflict of interest cases. Significant experience with the preparation and delivery of live and online training on employment law topics. In-house experience strongly preferred. Experience with international employment law issues (especially Canada and Latin America). Experience with compliance programs involving export controls, sanctions, FCPA, anti-money laundering, and anti-trust. Experience advising clients in high-tech or interactive entertainment industries.
Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-25

Compliance Manager / Counsel

Los Angeles CA Compliance Manager / Counsel Duties will consist of: Supplier & Customer Compliance Reviews - you ll be trained to collaborate with different roles in the company (e.g., marketing, sales, engineering, executives) to analyze whether new and current suppliers and customers meet our companys compliance standard. Research, Continuing Education - you ll receive ongoing internal training from the GC and keep your knowledge of applicable laws up-to-date through Westlaw research, outside counsel support, and continuing legal education courses. Applicable laws include those enforced by the CFPB, FTC, FCC, state AGs, California DBO, and laws that apply to the marketing of consumer financial products/services. Process Improvement - work with the GC to continually improve our compliance system, including documenting current system components (e.g., policies, procedures), identifying opportunities for improvement, helping the GC to map out an improvement plan, and executing that plan. Training - share growing knowledge of compliance laws by supporting the GC to provide role-based trainings to all employees and executives.

The candidate should have be a recent law school graduate, with strong legal research and writing skills. Will be trained to develop all other skills, including contract interpretation and drafting.
Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-19

Compliance and Risk Management Counsel

New York City NY Compliance and Risk Management Counsel The candidate will develop and lead a comprehensive program to manage key compliance areas including Financial Crimes Monitoring, Anti-Bribery, Conflicts of Interest, and Information Governance among others. Provide oversight over the Global Ethics and Reporting Hotline. Oversee the Companys Code of Business Ethics program. Provide advice on compliance related matters and participate in relevant committees/forums. Ensure that policies and procedures are appropriate and aligned with Managements risk appetite and communicate periodically to Senior Management and Board of Directors on key Compliance activities. Work closely with other control functions (Finance, Legal, IT) on business controls awareness and trends. Provide oversight over Divisional Compliance programs and activities and support regulatory readiness and adherence to applicable laws and regulations, and internal policies and procedures. Partner with relevant Company functions in conducting internal investigations and reviews. Develop and disseminate Compliance training programs and ongoing communications that help drive a culture of compliance. Develop technology solutions to support the various Compliance programs. Preparing insurance applications and obtaining timely and accurate data; Managing all renewal processes, including marketing coverage on a regular basis, managing insurance limits, retentions and premium; Reviewing all endorsements, enhancements, terms and conditions at renewal; Reviewing and processing insurance invoices, including internal and international in-country allocations; Reviewing reservation of rights letters with Claims manager; Reviewing and advising on companys current cost allocation program and recommending improvements, where needed; Assisting in loss prevention for all coverage lines with the claims manager; Managing all brokers, U.S. and international; Overseeing vendors, service providers and managing performance requirements in broker agreements; Investigating new insurance products and identifying any coverage gaps; Recommending and ensure implementation of and adherence to approved Dept. and organizational goals, objectives and budget. Report operations performance and any corrective action/loss prevention. Creating and managing Risk Management department goals, objectives.

The candidate should have 5+ years of Compliance experience. Should preferably have fluency in English and Spanish. Strong oral and written communication skills are essential. Ability to effectively establish working relationships with outside entities for the purpose of executing Firms business needs are preferred. Ability to communicate with co-workers and various business contacts in a courteous and professional manner is a plus.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-18

Counsel Regulatory And Compliance

Miami FL Counsel Regulatory and Compliance The candidate will responsible for regulatory/compliance issues, negotiating various agreements, research projects and various other related. Legal matters.Successful candidates must have the following experience and/or skills: legal research skills, drafting and negotiating agreements, preferably eDiscovery experience, subpoena compliance and document review related thereto, and the ability to assist the Senior Counsel with various other legal matters related to multi-state regulatory and compliance matters. Must be willing to travel. Requires a minimum of 3 - 5 years of alcohol beverage law experience, in-house experience or regulatory compliance experience a plus. Florida Bar Admission or Authorized House Counsel required; JD required. Must have strong project management skills, collaborative, contract drafting and review, negotiation skills, and client communication and training skills. Must be flexible, solutions oriented and able to multi-task within tight timelines. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2019-12-18
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Privacy Compliance Legal Counsel
Refer job# DCAM147907
 
Privacy Compliance Legal Counsel The candidate will provide expert, calibrated, helpful privacy-related legal advice to the companys team across US and global offices. Advise the Product and Data Analytics teams on global privacy legal issues, helping to design and implement products that incorporate privacy by design. Design and develop privacy programs and policies for compliance and training. Review, negotiate and draft privacy-related commercial agreements to support sales, business development and procurement efforts. Help develop internal and external communications and guidelines regarding privacy and data usage. Stay current on policy issues and legal developments relating to privacy.

The candidate should have J.D. degree, or international law degree + LLM. Member of the California Bar in good standing (RIHC status OK). Should have 4+ years of experience as a practicing attorney is required; prior in-house experience at a technology start-up company is a huge plus. Significant experience with US and EU privacy regulations and requirements is required; APAC experience is helpful as well. Ability to keep pace with companys rapid global growth. Clear, crisp communication skills, exceptional judgment, and a practical, business-minded approach are essential for success in this role.
 
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Counsel - Compliance
Refer job# JGLT147812
 
Counsel - Compliance The candidate to support compliance and governance initiatives for Consumer Markets Group. Identify opportunities for compliance-related policies for the Consumer Markets group. Draft policies and procedures to ensure consistent and sound practices, and ensure existing policies and procedures are current, effectively implemented and communicated to employees. Oversee or conduct compliance investigations on wide-ranging matters affecting the Consumer Markets group, including conducting or directing interviews, reviewing and analyzing documents, drafting investigative reports and working with the appropriate stakeholders on corrective action. Actively monitor compliance program to identify gaps/exceptions/weaknesses and work with the Business and other internal partners on corrective action plans and recommendations to enhance effectiveness. Provide guidance and advice on compliance questions and concerns on subjects that impact the Consumer Markets Group, including Consumer Protection laws, Fraud, Privacy, TCPA, CAN/SPAM. Track and report out on developments in the above areas. Work with internal partners to develop compliance communications and training materials for the Consumer Groups on topics such as sales integrity, privacy, fraud, customer authentication to promote understanding of compliance risk issues. Develop and track metrics related to these initiatives. Support compliance risk assessments to proactively identify existing and emerging compliance risks. Support the development of the compliance risk management strategy and plan. Should have JD degree and 6+ years of relevant work experience. Should have Bar membership and needed licenses.
 
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Senior Director & Deputy General Counsel - Compliance
Refer job# UMBU147790
 
Senior Director & Deputy General Counsel - Compliance Responsibilities: Lead a small team of compliance attorneys and professionals to develop, deliver and maintain an appropriate and effective compliance program for a commercial wholesale trade business with a primary listing in the UK (FTSE 100) and operating principally in North America. Implement appropriate policies and procedures to ensure that the Companys compliance programs are effective and efficient in identifying, preventing, detecting and correcting any non-compliances with applicable laws and regulations. Develop an annual compliance work plan that is flexibly tailored within an overarching compliance framework that balances regulatory requirements, risk mitigation and business objectives. Provide guidance, advice, and engaging training programs to improve the business understanding of relevant legal and regulatory requirements. Conduct appropriate due diligence assessments of suppliers and business partners, especially those operating in higher-risk jurisdictions. Partner with business and legal colleagues to conduct semi-annual compliance risk assessments and assurance activities; prepare clear and concise compliance reports in a timely manner. Lead compliance-related internal investigations, working closely with the Internal Audit function where applicable. Engage with outside auditors in support of any compliance-assurance activities; Interact with regulators on compliance issues, as needed. Monitor and analyze relevant market developments and government regulatory updates. Develop, review and maintain data-driven metrics that provide actionable insight for the compliance programs continuous development.

Requirements: JD Degree from a reputable U.S. law school; active Bar membership in the U.S. 10+ years of legal experience in compliance-related fields; prior in-house experience is preferred. Experience implementing and monitoring a global compliance program for a multinational publicly listed company, including designing and tailoring training, global policies, and regional guidance. Prior experience in the Commercial/Industrial/WholesaleDistribution/Building Materials or related industry is highly desired. Experience leading and conducting confidential and privileged investigations. Demonstrated ability to create and conduct engaging and effective live training presentations and the creation of effective interactive electronic training programs. Excellent organizational, analytical, communication, and diplomacy skills. Strong influencing skills, as well as excellent collaboration skills, to engage with high performance teams and colleagues in different functions and levels within a diverse and global organization. Excellent project and time management skills with the ability to handle multiple tasks of varied complexity, set priorities, meet deadlines, and develop process efficiencies where required.
 
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Senior Sanctions Compliance Counsel
Refer job# WCMB147798
 
Senior Sanctions Compliance Counsel The candidate will provide guidance to the business regarding issues arising as a result of Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctions program changes. Partnering with Assistant General Counsel, Global Sanctions with discussions with financial institutions regarding Firms sanctions and KYC policies and procedures. Assist in negotiating sanctions related clauses with various counterparties. Provide issue specific advice on various sanctions and KYC to the business. Review and revision of contract documents and declaration regarding sanctions and assisting in negotiations relating thereto. Partnering with Assistant General Counsel, Global Sanctions, with the development and maintenance of KYC procedures. Provide updates to Firm economic sanctions guidance policies, and memoranda to local counsel. Manage to Firm economic sanctions and export controls training documents and related updates to the Firm portal, and with conducting training. Manage relevant Firm personnel regarding recent changes to Department of the Treasury, OFAC and Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) sanctions and controls. Research & monitoring regarding potential bills in Congress relating to sanctions and provide advice to the business relating to developments; Prepare and/or assist in preparation of OFAC and/or BIS licenses applications, reports or notifications as required. Partnering Assistant General Counsel, Global Sanctions regarding anti money-laundering guidance and training documents, updates and due diligence as required. Strategize regarding IT developments efforts to improve the sanctions compliance program and KYC. Research regarding non-U.S. local sanctions and laws relating to sanctions. Handle sanctions/AML aspects of financial institution information KYC requests for information on Firm entities. Provide advice to the business on handling and reporting of boycott requests. Partner with Assistant General Counsel, Global Sanctions, in developing checklists for compliance related procedures and screening requirements. J.D.required with a minimum of five years of experience in regulatory compliance, with the majority of such experience in a compliance-focused role specifically relevant to economic sanctions, export controls, anti-boycott, and OFAC regulations required. Superior written and verbal communications skills required.
 
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Deputy General Counsel & Compliance Officer
Refer job# PAXV147799
 
Deputy General Counsel & Compliance Officer Duties: Manages a global team of attorneys and compliance officers and leads the development, oversight and monitoring of the companys global compliance program and controls; lead and overseas the implementation of the strategy for compliance initiatives and manages the development of various compliance controls and processes, including (i) the implementation of various policies and procedures in connection with the code of conduct and ethics requirements and (ii) the implementation of trading, export compliance and sanctions compliance matters globally. As such, leads and oversees any responses to government investigations and queries. Oversees global compliance training programs. Represents to compliance team as liaison to the executive management as well as the board of directors; regularly updates the management of the company on various compliance aspects of Bunges activities. Oversees a global team of investigators (e.g., responding to reports of problems, hotline complaints or suspected violations) and manages communication of investigations findings to various leaders in the organization. Manages a global team that provides advice on legal aspects of capital markets, financing transactions and derivatives transactions globally. Manage a global team of attorneys who advise on applicable regulations and draft documentation related to these transactions. Overseeing corporate secretarial activities of various Bunge entities, legal and documentation framework for trading agreements; Oversees a team of attorneys (and outside counsel) who manage complex litigation associated with trading activities; Support and help lead change in the organization while fostering a culture that thrives for results. Provide strong leadership in the development of top quality talent. Collaborates with other departments (e.g., Internal Audit, HR, Risk, Trade Compliance, Finance etc.) to direct legal and compliance issues to appropriate existing channels as appropriate. Consults with the Legal Department as needed to address and resolve legal issues. Administers legal and compliance budget.

Requirements: JD Degree from accredited law school with 15+ years of relevant experience as an attorney at a top tier law firm and or in-house legal department. Experienced in legal support as well as development of a compliance program. Experienced advising senior management on legal, risks and other issues. Broad transactional experience, including financings, trade finance, derivatives trading, commodities transactions and futures trading. Demonstrates a high energy level and strong, proactive work ethic with a commitment to continuous improvement in a dynamic and multicultural environment. Excellent written and verbal communications skills, including the ability to present forensic findings in a clear, objective and unbiased manner. Strong analytical skills with excellent organizational and prioritization skills with the ability to handle multiple tasks under stressful conditions. Leadership presence and demeanor, ability to influence others, and establish and maintain position of respect. Unquestioned integrity and professional maturity. Strategic thinker with proven ability to implement business-oriented programs and processes and evaluate risks. Ability to effectively develop and manage global staff. Proven ability to work in a cross functional environment without direct management authority. Extensive experience in developing and implementing policies and procedures. Fluency in multiple languages is a plus.
 
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Senior Attorney - Anti-Bribery and Corruption Compliance
Refer job# TWRM147803
 
Senior Attorney - Anti-Bribery and Corruption Compliance The candidate will be responsible for providing expert legal counsel to Senior Leaders including Executive Counsel for the Enterprise-wide Political Activities Compliance program as part of firms Anti-Bribery and Corruption ( ABAC ) Program. Provides legal support in connection with firm's contacts with U.S. government officials, political contributions and lobbying to ensure that firm's business units and employees comply with applicable regulations. Responds to needs of the business unit by identifying and analyzing complex and unique legal issues and provide resolution for these legal matters. Ensures the company's activities are conducted in compliance with applicable laws. Responsible for identifying and managing legal risk in association with firm's Risk Appetite and provide strategic direction. Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Works independently on matters of significance to the organization and has in-depth, expert knowledge in specific type of law, and/or the proven ability to lead teams to resolve complex issues. May work with outside counsel. Independently provides strategic and skillful legal counsel within area of expertise to manage regulatory, compliance and litigation risk to firm's businesses. Leads highly complex legal and unique work assignments to deliver highly effective problem resolutions. Engages and collaborates with other legal experts within the company and at times outside counsel. Leads highly complex legal research and provide solution-oriented legal advice and counsel to senior level internal clients that support business objectives. Effectively manage and work with outside counsel to complete assignments with minimal supervision. Applies critical thinking to review complex and non-legal material for legal implications that may pose a risk to the organization. Produces clear and concise written materials appropriate for submission to senior level internal clients. May prepare written legal positions involving highly complex and unique issues that require a high degree of independent legal thought and strategy for resolution. May act as a legal point of contact and proactively partners with Compliance and the firm's businesses to mitigate legal compliance and legal risk. Keeps abreast of any changes in regulations and laws advising appropriate organizational leadership of such changes. Advises senior executive management, to include executive council, on issues. Leads and motivates cross-functional team members in strategy development and implementation of business solutions. May train less experienced lawyers on a day-to-day basis and serve as a resource to team members on escalated issues of a complex nature. Leads cross-functional assignments in the development and implementation of key initiatives. Anticipates opportunities and potential solutions and leads team through the problem resolution process. Performs all other tasks as assigned.

The candidate must have Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school. Should be admitted to the practice law in one state or a territory of the USA. Must have Active member and in good standing of the bar in at least one state or territory. Should have 7+ years experience practicing law within legal area of expertise or other uniquely relevant experience. Should have ability to exercise good judgment on complex legal matters. Must have ability to influence members of executive management and executive council. Should have ability to clearly distill complex legal issues into straightforward concepts for clients. Should preferably have 5+ years' legal experience supporting Fortune 250 Company's government relations team. Should preferably have 3+ years' legal experience in the Federal Election Commission, the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia, or similar regulatory/enforcement body for the FECA or LDA. Solid understanding of banking, finance, and insurance products is preferred. Familiarity with the requirements of the FCPA and UK Bribery Act regulations is desired. Experience overseeing, advising, and providing guidance on non-U.S. lobbying and gifts to and entertainment of non-U.S. government officials is desired. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Tools and applicable software is a plus.
 
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Director, Corporate Counsel Employment Law & Compliance
Refer job# HMIC147746
 
Director, Corporate Counsel - Employment Law & Compliance The Candidate will be responsible to investigate and respond to demand letters and agency complaints and audits (e.g., EEOC, DFEH, DOL, OFCCP, DLSE, etc.). Manage labor and employment litigation matters with outside counsel. Ensure SIEs compliance with applicable federal, state, and local labor and employment laws (Title VII, ADA, ADEA, FEHA, etc.). Develop, manage and implement corporate compliance programs in areas such as export control, third-party due diligence and conflict of interest. Investigate reports to the Sony Ethics & Compliance Hotline. Develop and conduct employment law and compliance trainings (live and online).

The candidate should have JD or LLM degree from top law school; admitted to a U.S. state bar. California State Bar membership is preferred with 15+ years relevant experience within Employment & Corporate Compliance law. Deep knowledge and experience advising clients on California and federal labor and employment laws, in areas such as wage and hour, disability accommodation, discrimination and harassment. Excellent written/verbal communication and negotiation skills. Ability to organize, prioritize and manage deadlines in a fast-based and demanding work environment. Ability to maintain strong working relationships with demanding internal clients. Substantial experience with delivering advice and counsel to clients such as Human Resources. Substantial employment litigation experience (state and federal) and experience managing litigation. Significant experience with conducting and managing internal and external investigations. Experience with advising clients on conflict of interest cases. Significant experience with the preparation and delivery of live and online training on employment law topics. In-house experience strongly preferred. Experience with international employment law issues (especially Canada and Latin America). Experience with compliance programs involving export controls, sanctions, FCPA, anti-money laundering, and anti-trust. Experience advising clients in high-tech or interactive entertainment industries.
 
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Compliance Manager / Counsel
Refer job# JJTM147683
 
Compliance Manager / Counsel Duties will consist of: Supplier & Customer Compliance Reviews - you ll be trained to collaborate with different roles in the company (e.g., marketing, sales, engineering, executives) to analyze whether new and current suppliers and customers meet our companys compliance standard. Research, Continuing Education - you ll receive ongoing internal training from the GC and keep your knowledge of applicable laws up-to-date through Westlaw research, outside counsel support, and continuing legal education courses. Applicable laws include those enforced by the CFPB, FTC, FCC, state AGs, California DBO, and laws that apply to the marketing of consumer financial products/services. Process Improvement - work with the GC to continually improve our compliance system, including documenting current system components (e.g., policies, procedures), identifying opportunities for improvement, helping the GC to map out an improvement plan, and executing that plan. Training - share growing knowledge of compliance laws by supporting the GC to provide role-based trainings to all employees and executives.

The candidate should have be a recent law school graduate, with strong legal research and writing skills. Will be trained to develop all other skills, including contract interpretation and drafting.
 
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Compliance and Risk Management Counsel
Refer job# CVRJ147654
 
Compliance and Risk Management Counsel The candidate will develop and lead a comprehensive program to manage key compliance areas including Financial Crimes Monitoring, Anti-Bribery, Conflicts of Interest, and Information Governance among others. Provide oversight over the Global Ethics and Reporting Hotline. Oversee the Companys Code of Business Ethics program. Provide advice on compliance related matters and participate in relevant committees/forums. Ensure that policies and procedures are appropriate and aligned with Managements risk appetite and communicate periodically to Senior Management and Board of Directors on key Compliance activities. Work closely with other control functions (Finance, Legal, IT) on business controls awareness and trends. Provide oversight over Divisional Compliance programs and activities and support regulatory readiness and adherence to applicable laws and regulations, and internal policies and procedures. Partner with relevant Company functions in conducting internal investigations and reviews. Develop and disseminate Compliance training programs and ongoing communications that help drive a culture of compliance. Develop technology solutions to support the various Compliance programs. Preparing insurance applications and obtaining timely and accurate data; Managing all renewal processes, including marketing coverage on a regular basis, managing insurance limits, retentions and premium; Reviewing all endorsements, enhancements, terms and conditions at renewal; Reviewing and processing insurance invoices, including internal and international in-country allocations; Reviewing reservation of rights letters with Claims manager; Reviewing and advising on companys current cost allocation program and recommending improvements, where needed; Assisting in loss prevention for all coverage lines with the claims manager; Managing all brokers, U.S. and international; Overseeing vendors, service providers and managing performance requirements in broker agreements; Investigating new insurance products and identifying any coverage gaps; Recommending and ensure implementation of and adherence to approved Dept. and organizational goals, objectives and budget. Report operations performance and any corrective action/loss prevention. Creating and managing Risk Management department goals, objectives.

The candidate should have 5+ years of Compliance experience. Should preferably have fluency in English and Spanish. Strong oral and written communication skills are essential. Ability to effectively establish working relationships with outside entities for the purpose of executing Firms business needs are preferred. Ability to communicate with co-workers and various business contacts in a courteous and professional manner is a plus.
 
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Counsel Regulatory And Compliance
Refer job# JMCY147657
 
Counsel Regulatory and Compliance The candidate will responsible for regulatory/compliance issues, negotiating various agreements, research projects and various other related. Legal matters.Successful candidates must have the following experience and/or skills: legal research skills, drafting and negotiating agreements, preferably eDiscovery experience, subpoena compliance and document review related thereto, and the ability to assist the Senior Counsel with various other legal matters related to multi-state regulatory and compliance matters. Must be willing to travel. Requires a minimum of 3 - 5 years of alcohol beverage law experience, in-house experience or regulatory compliance experience a plus. Florida Bar Admission or Authorized House Counsel required; JD required. Must have strong project management skills, collaborative, contract drafting and review, negotiation skills, and client communication and training skills. Must be flexible, solutions oriented and able to multi-task within tight timelines.
 
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