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Compliance Attorney

Moon Township PA Compliance Attorney The candidate support the development and management of an enterprise-wide Compliance Risk Management Program. Design, validate and test control processes to ensure compliance with applicable requirements. Manage risk remediation efforts across all divisions to address identified risks. Create and maintain a matrix of applicable laws, including escrow and title licensing regulations; ensure compliance with the obligations set forth in the matrix through the implementation of systems, procedures and policies. Support the development of a best-in-class vendor audit function and conduct remote and onsite audits of third party vendors; monthly travel will be required. Participate in the monitoring, reviewing and approving process of external publications including, marketing material and website content. Perform File Level Audits to validate SOP Adherence. Monitor laws and regulations related to residential mortgage banking. Provides advice, guidance and insight to Senior Management and staff personnel on emerging compliance issues and consults 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. Implement any necessary additions or changes to company policies and procedures. Work closely with managers to review and update all policies and procedures at least annually. Perform other projects and special assignments. Must be Graduated from an accredited law school with license to practice law in good standing. Must have 3-5 years of legal and/or compliance related experience (either in house or with a law firm) in the residential mortgage industry. Experience using Westlaw, Lexis-Nexis, All-Regs and other online legal and compliance databases is required. Solid understanding of compliance management systems and best practices is preferred. Must be proficient in MS Office. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2019-08-17

Legal Counsel Regulatory And Compliance

Kent WA Legal Counsel Regulatory and Compliance The candidate will develop, recommend and implement processes and procedures to ensure a robust compliance culture and framework including but not limited to: Federal Aviation Administration, Federal Acquisition Regulations, Ethics, Anti-Bribery and Corruption, Export Control, Import/Export and Trade, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Antitrust, Data Privacy, Federal Communications Commission, Environmental Requirements, Statutory Document Retention, Lobbying, and Campaign Finance, Will establish a robust and broad compliance structure that incorporates all of the above regimes. Planning, designing and implementing a comprehensive compliance regime, in conjunction with other internal constituencies, including Risk, Safety and Mission Assurance, Environmental Health & Safety, New Shepard and New Glenn flight operations programs, Security, and Information Technology. Directly undertake or oversee internal and external audits and investigations as necessary. Assessing the benefits of automation and off the shelf tools. Assessing the benefits of use of outside counsel and determining the optimum balance of in-house support versus outsourcing to outside counsel to support Compliance needs. Coordinating and maintaining strong relationships with key external partners including, where appropriate, setting clear targets and objectives and establishing service key performance indicators. Alignment with Enterprise Risk Management and Insurance so that there is a clear understanding as to our Compliance posture. Preparing budgets for robust Compliance structure.

The candidate should have 8 years experience with a law firm or as in an in-house legal counsel, should have broad familiarity with a wide range of legal issues, including permitting, Environmental Health and Safety and at least one other regulatory compliance area. Excellent analytical skills and English-language communication skills, both written and spoken, should have basic IT skills (general proficiency in Microsoft Windows and Office). Should have Bachelor's Degree and Juris Doctorate degree. Should preferably have 10+ years legal experience, including the aerospace industry, Knowledge of and experience with FAA Commercial Space regulations. MBA or similar Masters or higher degree. Academic degree and/or work experience in engineering, physics, or other hard sciences technical field.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-17

Senior Counsel, Compliance

Parsippany NJ Senior Counsel, Compliance The candidate will provide advice on topics as broad as product portfolio - everything from advertising, marketing and commercial contracts to compliance, crisis management and intellectual property. Will tackle complex issues that cross organisational and geographical boundaries. Must be an experienced, qualified lawyer who thinks commercially and relishes finding solutions to challenges. Should have a wealth of experience in advising on compliance and legal issues. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-16

Legal And Compliance - Senior Counsel, Legal

Atlanta GA Legal and Compliance - Senior Counsel, Legal The candidate will provide credit Advisory Direct Transaction Support. Generally assist Credit Advisory personnel in managing borrower accounts experiencing financial distress or other challenges. Advise account managers on optimal workout strategies both in and out of bankruptcy. Assess existing credit documentation vulnerabilities and other opportunities for improvement. Review and negotiate amendments, waivers, forbearance agreements, sponsor guarantees, capital calls, last-out and junior participation documentation, financial advisor engagement letters and other workout or restructuring-related documents. Provide guidance on minimizing lender liability risks. Assist with structuring and negotiation of equity arrangements for restructured borrowers. Oversee, guide and manage external counsel transnational work. Front-End Transaction Support. Provide advice and negotiation assistance to front-end Legal, Credit and Originations teams with respect to subordination and 1st/2d lien intercreditor agreements and other workout-sensitive document provisions. Help front-end Legal, Credit and Originations to understand and box risks associated with challenging proposed underwriting. Design and deliver/distribute training presentations and assist with form document up-keep. Work cross-functionally to develop, implement and update procedures and guidelines for handling workout-related issues and negotiating front-end agreements. Track and collaborate with front-end teams to address documentation trends/ legal developments that negatively impact poorly-performing credits. Advise on MNPI loan trading issues and procedures. Assist in daily on-the-job training of junior level account managers. Oversee third-party subpoena response process and related litigation matters. Assist with management of external law firm relationships and cross-firm knowledge sharing. Support other key institutional initiatives and provide other in-house legal services as needed. Monitor legal developments affecting the loan market.

The candidate should have Bachelors Degree, J.D. Degree and Bar admission in at least one U.S. state. Must have 8+ years of experience in a law firm or financial institution working on leverage lending workouts and restructurings, in- and out-of-court, involving multi-tiered capital structures (i.e., 1st lien and 2d lien or mezzanine debt). Should have strong working knowledge of middle market and front-end document terms preferable. Background in general corporate and mergers and acquisition matters a plus. Proven effectiveness working collaboratively across multiple functions and constituencies (i.e., junior, mid-level and senior personnel within Antares front-end Legal, Credit, Originations, Capital Markets and Investment Management teams, as well as outside counsel, borrower/Sponsor counsel, financial advisors and investment bankers and junior creditors). Comfortable presenting and leading meeting/calls and able to instill confidence and trust by other professionals. Ability quickly to distill business objectives and communicate complex considerations simply and concisely both orally and in writing. Should have ability to manage shifting priorities and multiple responsibilities.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-12

Compliance Attorney

Cincinnati OH Compliance Attorney The candidate will prepares, reviews, negotiates and manages commercial agreements, third party vendor agreements, service agreements, consulting agreements, and confidentiality agreements. Identifies and communicates issues and risks for agreements and collaborates and negotiates mitigation strategies. Maintains knowledge of, and ensures companys compliance with all employee benefit- related aspects of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the Internal Revenue Code, ERISA and other relevant laws as they affect employee welfare benefit plans, and be able to communicate findings and recommendations clearly and succinctly, in layman's terms. Researches regulatory and compliance matters; interprets federal and state statutes applicable to the services administered by company, and either solely, or in conjunction with outside legal counsel, coordinates and recommends appropriate courses of action. Manages preparation of all ERISA compliant documents on behalf of Plans. Manages daily activities and training of Compliance Coordinator. Supports compliance efforts by preparing monthly compliance articles for brokers, employers and prospects. Maintain annual compliance checklist to be used with self-funded employers. JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school is required. Must have admission to the Bar. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-12

Director, Legal and Compliance Counsel

Aliso Viejo CA Director, Legal and Compliance Counsel The candidate will be responsible for legal expertise and support for various Carrington lending, servicing, and real estate business lines. Provide legal services with respect to vendor agreements including non-disclosure agreements, review marketing materials, provide legal services with respect to state-specific compliance matters, and assist in managing and resolving company disputes. Perform all duties in accordance with the companys policies and procedures, all US state and federal laws and regulations, wherein the company operates. Provide day-to-day legal advice and counseling to management and business units. Draft, review, revise, negotiate, and provide advice and counseling regarding commercial contracts. Review, revise, and provide advice and counseling regarding marketing materials. Research, analyze, summarize and provide advice and counseling regarding state-specific compliance issues. Manage, resolve and provide advice and counseling regarding company disputes. Work across multiple business units and with all levels of management to identify and mitigate risk. Researches, implements and manages the areas related to lending, servicing and other general mortgage and real estate-related regulations, policies, public interest laws, and consumer protection. Works closely with business unit executives in the task of overseeing and guiding the decision-making and implementation of compliance policies and advising about risk management. Provides reports and analysis to the General Counsel, senior legal staff, and senior business unit management on compliance issues.

The candidate must demonstrates knowledge of, adherence to, monitoring and responsibility for compliance with state and federal regulations and laws as they pertain to this position, including the following: Regulation Z (Truth in Lending Act), Regulation B (Equal Credit Opportunity Act), Fair Housing Act (FHA), Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA), Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), and Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). Must have exceptional knowledge and experience regarding vendor risk and commercial contracts. Should have excellent skills in identifying issues, risk assessment and problem solving. Must have excellent ability to analyze and interpret legal and statutory materials as well as state and federal regulations. Should have strong, effective and efficient presentation and written skills for interactions with the General Counsel, senior level legal staff, and executive/senior management in Carringtons business units. Must have strong written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills. Should have excellent organizational and time management skills. Must have proven analytical abilities; with strong attention to detail. Should have ability to function well and independently in a fast-paced, dynamic environment. Must have a law degree from an ABA accredited law school. Should have 3-6 years legal experience in commercial contracts and with consumer financial protection laws and regulations applicable to the financial services industry. Active member of a state bar, with eligibility to register as in-house counsel where required. Should have strong understanding of the interplay between legal and business risk. Must have experience reviewing and revising policies and procedures devised by the business to minimize risks and ensure compliance.
Legal 3 - 6 Full-time 2019-08-11

Director, Legal and Compliance Counsel

Aliso Viejo CA Director, Legal and Compliance Counsel The candidate will be responsible for legal expertise and support for various Carrington lending, servicing, and real estate business lines. Provide legal services with respect to vendor agreements including non-disclosure agreements, review marketing materials, provide legal services with respect to state-specific compliance matters, and assist in managing and resolving company disputes. Perform all duties in accordance with the companys policies and procedures, all US state and federal laws and regulations, wherein the company operates. Provide day-to-day legal advice and counseling to management and business units. Draft, review, revise, negotiate, and provide advice and counseling regarding commercial contracts. Review, revise, and provide advice and counseling regarding marketing materials. Research, analyze, summarize and provide advice and counseling regarding state-specific compliance issues. Manage, resolve and provide advice and counseling regarding company disputes. Work across multiple business units and with all levels of management to identify and mitigate risk. Researches, implements and manages the areas related to lending, servicing and other general mortgage and real estate-related regulations, policies, public interest laws, and consumer protection. Works closely with business unit executives in the task of overseeing and guiding the decision-making and implementation of compliance policies and advising about risk management. Provides reports and analysis to the General Counsel, senior legal staff, and senior business unit management on compliance issues.

The candidate must demonstrate knowledge of, adherence to, monitoring and responsibility for compliance with state and federal regulations and laws as they pertain to this position, including the following: Regulation Z (Truth in Lending Act), Regulation B (Equal Credit Opportunity Act), Fair Housing Act (FHA), Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA), Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), and Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). Must have exceptional knowledge and experience regarding vendor risk and commercial contracts. Should have excellent skills in identifying issues, risk assessment and problem solving. Must have excellent ability to analyze and interpret legal and statutory materials as well as state and federal regulations. Should have strong, effective and efficient presentation and written skills for interactions with the General Counsel, senior level legal staff, and executive/senior management in Carringtons business units. Must have strong written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills. Must have excellent organizational and time management skills. Should have proven analytical abilities; with strong attention to detail. Should have ability to function well and independently in a fast-paced, dynamic environment. Must have a law degree from an ABA accredited law school. Should have 3-6 years legal experience in commercial contracts and with consumer financial protection laws and regulations applicable to the financial services industry. Active member of a state bar, with eligibility to register as in-house counsel where required. Should have strong understanding of the interplay between legal and business risk. Must have experience reviewing and revising policies and procedures devised by the business to minimize risks and ensure compliance.
Legal 3 - 6 Full-time 2019-08-11

Assistant Regulatory Compliance Counsel I or Assistant Regulatory Compliance Counsel II

Omaha NE Assistant Regulatory Compliance Counsel I or Assistant Regulatory Compliance Counsel II The candidate researches compliance issues, as directed, pertaining to the insurance operations of the Berkshire Hathaway Homestate group of insurance companies. Evaluates the legal issues concerning coverage and procedures for underwriting, pricing, and other business processes. Audits other compliance-related activity for these operations. Summarizes and recommends to Regulatory Compliance Manager actions to be taken to senior management as a result of the review of the materials. Analyzes and understands insurance coverage and policy forms used to create Company insurance policies. Assists with drafting proposed policy language. Assists in the revisions to coverage forms. Provides copies to Regulatory Compliance Manager for input. Analyzes and understands current underwriting procedures. Assists Company personnel with making changes to procedures to comply with new laws or as directed by management. Assists Regulatory Compliance Manager with summarizing and recommending to senior management actions to be taken as a result of the review of the materials. Helps implement changes to Company software made for compliance issues, including testing. Provides direction to programmers on how software will implement underwriting procedural changes. Assists the Company with maintaining computer network and electronic and data security compliance requirements. Maintains legal databases and policy construction guidelines. Assists with company policy documentation maintenance. Notifies agents and Company personnel of form and procedure changes, including written instructions for implementing the changes. Conducts compliance survey and audit work of the Berkshire Hathaway Homestate group of insurance companies' operations. Summarizes conclusions for Regulatory Compliance Manager. Participates in creation of company policies relating to compliance issues. Assists with market conduct exams and similar state insurance department inquiries by answering questions and discussing issues. Assists with filing agreed coverage forms with state insurance departments. Serves as liaison with state insurance departments to answer questions and discuss issues regarding forms and procedures. Assists with communication with other Berkshire Hathaway insurance operations as necessary to share regulatory compliance knowledge, compare compliance approaches, and help with contract and legal review. Trains Company personnel on compliance issues, coverage forms, Company software, and filing procedures.

The candidate must have Bachelor degree or equivalent work experience. Should have Juris Doctorate Degree. Must have legal research methods. Should preferably have familiarity with Westlaw. Insurance coverage and insurance products is preferred. Company, agency and department practices and procedures is desired. Should have 1-2 years related work experience.
Legal 1 - 2 Full-time 2019-08-11

Employee Benefits Compliance Attorney

Cincinnati OH Employee Benefits Compliance Attorney The candidate will be responsible for monitoring and communicating ongoing and changing laws affecting health and welfare plans, including ACA, ERISA, the Code, HIPAA, and COBRA. The individual in this role will be responsible for the development and presentation of materials on various health and welfare compliance related issues to internal sales teams, as well as external clients. Establish effective working relationships with internal partners, clients and carriers. Will function as part of a national team of Employee Benefit Attorneys to meet the overall objectives for the health and welfare compliance team. Research, read, evaluate and edit articles, alerts and other materials for publication or distribution to internal and external clients. Gathers material, performs research, and assists client service team in the formulation of strategy to solve client problems related to ERISA, ACA, the Code, HIPAA and state issues affecting health and welfare plans. Develop and maintain compliance education tools for health and welfare compliance. Create and deliver presentations to internal staff and to external clients and prospects. Monitor and identify legal developments such as relevant statutes, regulations, case law and legal articles affecting employee benefit plans. Maintain and update compliance library resources, including cross checking and validating that information is up-to date. Keeps informed regarding industry information, new product information and technology to continuously improve knowledge and performance. Maintain a cordial and effective relationship with internal clients, team members and vendors. Interact with others effectively by utilizing good communication skills, cooperating purposefully and providing information and guidance, as needed, to achieve the business goals of the company.

A College degree and J.D. required. Must have 4 - 8 years experience in working on compliance issues of employer-sponsored welfare benefits plans. Prior experience in employee benefits law or experience in compliance consulting on these issues is required. Must be proficient with computers and quickly competent with new technology tools. Specifically, must have full competence with MS Office Suite products and Adobe products Must have background and thorough understanding of the various laws that impact health and welfare plans including ACA, ERISA, COBRA, HIPAA, FMLA, Internal Revenue Code and insurance laws that affect these programs. Must portray strong leadership skills. Must be comfortable in a public speaking environment and demonstrate ability to convey complex information in a simple and organized format to a wide variety of audiences. Should have ability to communicate orally and in writing with others to explain complex issues and interpret complex information, and responds appropriately. Must have strong research and writing skills and experience with interpreting statutes and regulations.
Legal 4 - 8 Full-time 2019-08-08

Regulatory Compliance Attorney

Austin TX Regulatory Compliance Attorney The candidate will be responsible for monitoring current state mortgage loan origination licensing requirements and future state licensing requirements, including California Finance Lenders license. Advising on state lender, servicer, broker and other licensing requirements. Providing oversight for compliance activities to include; Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA), and Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA). Reviewing requirements to obtain licenses in additional states such as AZ and/or NV. Outlining pros and cons of expansion into new states and recommend next steps. Draft, update, and maintain various compliance policies and processes. Responding to external inquiries and conduct internal compliance reviews (in partnership with appropriate parties); working closely with CFO and VP of accounting & Finance to implements corrective action protocols and prepare reports. Developing processes for tacking key performance indicators and other metrics to identify and mitigate potential operational risks and evaluating the effectiveness of the compliance process. Becoming the resident expert on applicant regulations and industry guidelines. Reviewing laws, regulations, agency orders and related regulatory announcements to assess business impact. Developing short and long-term strategies to manage regulatory issues.

The candidate must have a J.D from an accredited law school and in good standing with the U.S. State Bar. 2 5 years of applicable legal experience providing advice on mortgage origination compliance matters and the technical compliance challenges related to the origination of mortgage loans is necessary. Someone with strong business acumen with the ability to balance legal and business requirements is critical. 5 years of applicable legal experience providing advice on mortgage origination compliance matters and the technical compliance challenges related to the origination of mortgage loans is preferred.
Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2019-08-08
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Client Representative
In-House,Thomson Reuters
Location : Los Angeles, CA, United States

Client Representative The candidate will provide responsibilities include: Provides product training and demonstrations for existing and/or potential customers through customer visits, online training and/or trade shows. Works with Client Managers,... + read more

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Director Of Customer Success
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Director of Customer Success The candidate will oversee all aspects of order processing and customer service for the firm's business and other assigned products. Will have responsibility for staffing logistics and response time to all customer inqui... + read more

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Compliance Attorney
Refer job# OASP145566
 
Compliance Attorney The candidate support the development and management of an enterprise-wide Compliance Risk Management Program. Design, validate and test control processes to ensure compliance with applicable requirements. Manage risk remediation efforts across all divisions to address identified risks. Create and maintain a matrix of applicable laws, including escrow and title licensing regulations; ensure compliance with the obligations set forth in the matrix through the implementation of systems, procedures and policies. Support the development of a best-in-class vendor audit function and conduct remote and onsite audits of third party vendors; monthly travel will be required. Participate in the monitoring, reviewing and approving process of external publications including, marketing material and website content. Perform File Level Audits to validate SOP Adherence. Monitor laws and regulations related to residential mortgage banking. Provides advice, guidance and insight to Senior Management and staff personnel on emerging compliance issues and consults 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. Implement any necessary additions or changes to company policies and procedures. Work closely with managers to review and update all policies and procedures at least annually. Perform other projects and special assignments. Must be Graduated from an accredited law school with license to practice law in good standing. Must have 3-5 years of legal and/or compliance related experience (either in house or with a law firm) in the residential mortgage industry. Experience using Westlaw, Lexis-Nexis, All-Regs and other online legal and compliance databases is required. Solid understanding of compliance management systems and best practices is preferred. Must be proficient in MS Office.
 
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Legal Counsel Regulatory And Compliance
Refer job# OMOL145569
 
Legal Counsel Regulatory and Compliance The candidate will develop, recommend and implement processes and procedures to ensure a robust compliance culture and framework including but not limited to: Federal Aviation Administration, Federal Acquisition Regulations, Ethics, Anti-Bribery and Corruption, Export Control, Import/Export and Trade, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Antitrust, Data Privacy, Federal Communications Commission, Environmental Requirements, Statutory Document Retention, Lobbying, and Campaign Finance, Will establish a robust and broad compliance structure that incorporates all of the above regimes. Planning, designing and implementing a comprehensive compliance regime, in conjunction with other internal constituencies, including Risk, Safety and Mission Assurance, Environmental Health & Safety, New Shepard and New Glenn flight operations programs, Security, and Information Technology. Directly undertake or oversee internal and external audits and investigations as necessary. Assessing the benefits of automation and off the shelf tools. Assessing the benefits of use of outside counsel and determining the optimum balance of in-house support versus outsourcing to outside counsel to support Compliance needs. Coordinating and maintaining strong relationships with key external partners including, where appropriate, setting clear targets and objectives and establishing service key performance indicators. Alignment with Enterprise Risk Management and Insurance so that there is a clear understanding as to our Compliance posture. Preparing budgets for robust Compliance structure.

The candidate should have 8 years experience with a law firm or as in an in-house legal counsel, should have broad familiarity with a wide range of legal issues, including permitting, Environmental Health and Safety and at least one other regulatory compliance area. Excellent analytical skills and English-language communication skills, both written and spoken, should have basic IT skills (general proficiency in Microsoft Windows and Office). Should have Bachelor's Degree and Juris Doctorate degree. Should preferably have 10+ years legal experience, including the aerospace industry, Knowledge of and experience with FAA Commercial Space regulations. MBA or similar Masters or higher degree. Academic degree and/or work experience in engineering, physics, or other hard sciences technical field.
 
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Senior Counsel, Compliance
Refer job# ZAWJ145549
 
Senior Counsel, Compliance The candidate will provide advice on topics as broad as product portfolio - everything from advertising, marketing and commercial contracts to compliance, crisis management and intellectual property. Will tackle complex issues that cross organisational and geographical boundaries. Must be an experienced, qualified lawyer who thinks commercially and relishes finding solutions to challenges. Should have a wealth of experience in advising on compliance and legal issues.
 
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Legal And Compliance - Senior Counsel, Legal
Refer job# HZAO145524
 
Legal and Compliance - Senior Counsel, Legal The candidate will provide credit Advisory Direct Transaction Support. Generally assist Credit Advisory personnel in managing borrower accounts experiencing financial distress or other challenges. Advise account managers on optimal workout strategies both in and out of bankruptcy. Assess existing credit documentation vulnerabilities and other opportunities for improvement. Review and negotiate amendments, waivers, forbearance agreements, sponsor guarantees, capital calls, last-out and junior participation documentation, financial advisor engagement letters and other workout or restructuring-related documents. Provide guidance on minimizing lender liability risks. Assist with structuring and negotiation of equity arrangements for restructured borrowers. Oversee, guide and manage external counsel transnational work. Front-End Transaction Support. Provide advice and negotiation assistance to front-end Legal, Credit and Originations teams with respect to subordination and 1st/2d lien intercreditor agreements and other workout-sensitive document provisions. Help front-end Legal, Credit and Originations to understand and box risks associated with challenging proposed underwriting. Design and deliver/distribute training presentations and assist with form document up-keep. Work cross-functionally to develop, implement and update procedures and guidelines for handling workout-related issues and negotiating front-end agreements. Track and collaborate with front-end teams to address documentation trends/ legal developments that negatively impact poorly-performing credits. Advise on MNPI loan trading issues and procedures. Assist in daily on-the-job training of junior level account managers. Oversee third-party subpoena response process and related litigation matters. Assist with management of external law firm relationships and cross-firm knowledge sharing. Support other key institutional initiatives and provide other in-house legal services as needed. Monitor legal developments affecting the loan market.

The candidate should have Bachelors Degree, J.D. Degree and Bar admission in at least one U.S. state. Must have 8+ years of experience in a law firm or financial institution working on leverage lending workouts and restructurings, in- and out-of-court, involving multi-tiered capital structures (i.e., 1st lien and 2d lien or mezzanine debt). Should have strong working knowledge of middle market and front-end document terms preferable. Background in general corporate and mergers and acquisition matters a plus. Proven effectiveness working collaboratively across multiple functions and constituencies (i.e., junior, mid-level and senior personnel within Antares front-end Legal, Credit, Originations, Capital Markets and Investment Management teams, as well as outside counsel, borrower/Sponsor counsel, financial advisors and investment bankers and junior creditors). Comfortable presenting and leading meeting/calls and able to instill confidence and trust by other professionals. Ability quickly to distill business objectives and communicate complex considerations simply and concisely both orally and in writing. Should have ability to manage shifting priorities and multiple responsibilities.
 
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Compliance Attorney
Refer job# LSYX145525
 
Compliance Attorney The candidate will prepares, reviews, negotiates and manages commercial agreements, third party vendor agreements, service agreements, consulting agreements, and confidentiality agreements. Identifies and communicates issues and risks for agreements and collaborates and negotiates mitigation strategies. Maintains knowledge of, and ensures companys compliance with all employee benefit- related aspects of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the Internal Revenue Code, ERISA and other relevant laws as they affect employee welfare benefit plans, and be able to communicate findings and recommendations clearly and succinctly, in layman's terms. Researches regulatory and compliance matters; interprets federal and state statutes applicable to the services administered by company, and either solely, or in conjunction with outside legal counsel, coordinates and recommends appropriate courses of action. Manages preparation of all ERISA compliant documents on behalf of Plans. Manages daily activities and training of Compliance Coordinator. Supports compliance efforts by preparing monthly compliance articles for brokers, employers and prospects. Maintain annual compliance checklist to be used with self-funded employers. JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school is required. Must have admission to the Bar.
 
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Director, Legal and Compliance Counsel
Refer job# RCFV145505
 
Director, Legal and Compliance Counsel The candidate will be responsible for legal expertise and support for various Carrington lending, servicing, and real estate business lines. Provide legal services with respect to vendor agreements including non-disclosure agreements, review marketing materials, provide legal services with respect to state-specific compliance matters, and assist in managing and resolving company disputes. Perform all duties in accordance with the companys policies and procedures, all US state and federal laws and regulations, wherein the company operates. Provide day-to-day legal advice and counseling to management and business units. Draft, review, revise, negotiate, and provide advice and counseling regarding commercial contracts. Review, revise, and provide advice and counseling regarding marketing materials. Research, analyze, summarize and provide advice and counseling regarding state-specific compliance issues. Manage, resolve and provide advice and counseling regarding company disputes. Work across multiple business units and with all levels of management to identify and mitigate risk. Researches, implements and manages the areas related to lending, servicing and other general mortgage and real estate-related regulations, policies, public interest laws, and consumer protection. Works closely with business unit executives in the task of overseeing and guiding the decision-making and implementation of compliance policies and advising about risk management. Provides reports and analysis to the General Counsel, senior legal staff, and senior business unit management on compliance issues.

The candidate must demonstrates knowledge of, adherence to, monitoring and responsibility for compliance with state and federal regulations and laws as they pertain to this position, including the following: Regulation Z (Truth in Lending Act), Regulation B (Equal Credit Opportunity Act), Fair Housing Act (FHA), Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA), Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), and Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). Must have exceptional knowledge and experience regarding vendor risk and commercial contracts. Should have excellent skills in identifying issues, risk assessment and problem solving. Must have excellent ability to analyze and interpret legal and statutory materials as well as state and federal regulations. Should have strong, effective and efficient presentation and written skills for interactions with the General Counsel, senior level legal staff, and executive/senior management in Carringtons business units. Must have strong written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills. Should have excellent organizational and time management skills. Must have proven analytical abilities; with strong attention to detail. Should have ability to function well and independently in a fast-paced, dynamic environment. Must have a law degree from an ABA accredited law school. Should have 3-6 years legal experience in commercial contracts and with consumer financial protection laws and regulations applicable to the financial services industry. Active member of a state bar, with eligibility to register as in-house counsel where required. Should have strong understanding of the interplay between legal and business risk. Must have experience reviewing and revising policies and procedures devised by the business to minimize risks and ensure compliance.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Director, Legal and Compliance Counsel
Refer job# EEPX145511
 
Director, Legal and Compliance Counsel The candidate will be responsible for legal expertise and support for various Carrington lending, servicing, and real estate business lines. Provide legal services with respect to vendor agreements including non-disclosure agreements, review marketing materials, provide legal services with respect to state-specific compliance matters, and assist in managing and resolving company disputes. Perform all duties in accordance with the companys policies and procedures, all US state and federal laws and regulations, wherein the company operates. Provide day-to-day legal advice and counseling to management and business units. Draft, review, revise, negotiate, and provide advice and counseling regarding commercial contracts. Review, revise, and provide advice and counseling regarding marketing materials. Research, analyze, summarize and provide advice and counseling regarding state-specific compliance issues. Manage, resolve and provide advice and counseling regarding company disputes. Work across multiple business units and with all levels of management to identify and mitigate risk. Researches, implements and manages the areas related to lending, servicing and other general mortgage and real estate-related regulations, policies, public interest laws, and consumer protection. Works closely with business unit executives in the task of overseeing and guiding the decision-making and implementation of compliance policies and advising about risk management. Provides reports and analysis to the General Counsel, senior legal staff, and senior business unit management on compliance issues.

The candidate must demonstrate knowledge of, adherence to, monitoring and responsibility for compliance with state and federal regulations and laws as they pertain to this position, including the following: Regulation Z (Truth in Lending Act), Regulation B (Equal Credit Opportunity Act), Fair Housing Act (FHA), Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA), Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), and Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). Must have exceptional knowledge and experience regarding vendor risk and commercial contracts. Should have excellent skills in identifying issues, risk assessment and problem solving. Must have excellent ability to analyze and interpret legal and statutory materials as well as state and federal regulations. Should have strong, effective and efficient presentation and written skills for interactions with the General Counsel, senior level legal staff, and executive/senior management in Carringtons business units. Must have strong written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills. Must have excellent organizational and time management skills. Should have proven analytical abilities; with strong attention to detail. Should have ability to function well and independently in a fast-paced, dynamic environment. Must have a law degree from an ABA accredited law school. Should have 3-6 years legal experience in commercial contracts and with consumer financial protection laws and regulations applicable to the financial services industry. Active member of a state bar, with eligibility to register as in-house counsel where required. Should have strong understanding of the interplay between legal and business risk. Must have experience reviewing and revising policies and procedures devised by the business to minimize risks and ensure compliance.
 
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Assistant Regulatory Compliance Counsel I or Assistant Regulatory Compliance Counsel II
Refer job# PUWZ145513
 
Assistant Regulatory Compliance Counsel I or Assistant Regulatory Compliance Counsel II The candidate researches compliance issues, as directed, pertaining to the insurance operations of the Berkshire Hathaway Homestate group of insurance companies. Evaluates the legal issues concerning coverage and procedures for underwriting, pricing, and other business processes. Audits other compliance-related activity for these operations. Summarizes and recommends to Regulatory Compliance Manager actions to be taken to senior management as a result of the review of the materials. Analyzes and understands insurance coverage and policy forms used to create Company insurance policies. Assists with drafting proposed policy language. Assists in the revisions to coverage forms. Provides copies to Regulatory Compliance Manager for input. Analyzes and understands current underwriting procedures. Assists Company personnel with making changes to procedures to comply with new laws or as directed by management. Assists Regulatory Compliance Manager with summarizing and recommending to senior management actions to be taken as a result of the review of the materials. Helps implement changes to Company software made for compliance issues, including testing. Provides direction to programmers on how software will implement underwriting procedural changes. Assists the Company with maintaining computer network and electronic and data security compliance requirements. Maintains legal databases and policy construction guidelines. Assists with company policy documentation maintenance. Notifies agents and Company personnel of form and procedure changes, including written instructions for implementing the changes. Conducts compliance survey and audit work of the Berkshire Hathaway Homestate group of insurance companies' operations. Summarizes conclusions for Regulatory Compliance Manager. Participates in creation of company policies relating to compliance issues. Assists with market conduct exams and similar state insurance department inquiries by answering questions and discussing issues. Assists with filing agreed coverage forms with state insurance departments. Serves as liaison with state insurance departments to answer questions and discuss issues regarding forms and procedures. Assists with communication with other Berkshire Hathaway insurance operations as necessary to share regulatory compliance knowledge, compare compliance approaches, and help with contract and legal review. Trains Company personnel on compliance issues, coverage forms, Company software, and filing procedures.

The candidate must have Bachelor degree or equivalent work experience. Should have Juris Doctorate Degree. Must have legal research methods. Should preferably have familiarity with Westlaw. Insurance coverage and insurance products is preferred. Company, agency and department practices and procedures is desired. Should have 1-2 years related work experience.
 
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Employee Benefits Compliance Attorney
Refer job# PZFJ145450
 
Employee Benefits Compliance Attorney The candidate will be responsible for monitoring and communicating ongoing and changing laws affecting health and welfare plans, including ACA, ERISA, the Code, HIPAA, and COBRA. The individual in this role will be responsible for the development and presentation of materials on various health and welfare compliance related issues to internal sales teams, as well as external clients. Establish effective working relationships with internal partners, clients and carriers. Will function as part of a national team of Employee Benefit Attorneys to meet the overall objectives for the health and welfare compliance team. Research, read, evaluate and edit articles, alerts and other materials for publication or distribution to internal and external clients. Gathers material, performs research, and assists client service team in the formulation of strategy to solve client problems related to ERISA, ACA, the Code, HIPAA and state issues affecting health and welfare plans. Develop and maintain compliance education tools for health and welfare compliance. Create and deliver presentations to internal staff and to external clients and prospects. Monitor and identify legal developments such as relevant statutes, regulations, case law and legal articles affecting employee benefit plans. Maintain and update compliance library resources, including cross checking and validating that information is up-to date. Keeps informed regarding industry information, new product information and technology to continuously improve knowledge and performance. Maintain a cordial and effective relationship with internal clients, team members and vendors. Interact with others effectively by utilizing good communication skills, cooperating purposefully and providing information and guidance, as needed, to achieve the business goals of the company.

A College degree and J.D. required. Must have 4 - 8 years experience in working on compliance issues of employer-sponsored welfare benefits plans. Prior experience in employee benefits law or experience in compliance consulting on these issues is required. Must be proficient with computers and quickly competent with new technology tools. Specifically, must have full competence with MS Office Suite products and Adobe products Must have background and thorough understanding of the various laws that impact health and welfare plans including ACA, ERISA, COBRA, HIPAA, FMLA, Internal Revenue Code and insurance laws that affect these programs. Must portray strong leadership skills. Must be comfortable in a public speaking environment and demonstrate ability to convey complex information in a simple and organized format to a wide variety of audiences. Should have ability to communicate orally and in writing with others to explain complex issues and interpret complex information, and responds appropriately. Must have strong research and writing skills and experience with interpreting statutes and regulations.
 
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Regulatory Compliance Attorney
Refer job# SBKT145454
 
Regulatory Compliance Attorney The candidate will be responsible for monitoring current state mortgage loan origination licensing requirements and future state licensing requirements, including California Finance Lenders license. Advising on state lender, servicer, broker and other licensing requirements. Providing oversight for compliance activities to include; Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA), and Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA). Reviewing requirements to obtain licenses in additional states such as AZ and/or NV. Outlining pros and cons of expansion into new states and recommend next steps. Draft, update, and maintain various compliance policies and processes. Responding to external inquiries and conduct internal compliance reviews (in partnership with appropriate parties); working closely with CFO and VP of accounting & Finance to implements corrective action protocols and prepare reports. Developing processes for tacking key performance indicators and other metrics to identify and mitigate potential operational risks and evaluating the effectiveness of the compliance process. Becoming the resident expert on applicant regulations and industry guidelines. Reviewing laws, regulations, agency orders and related regulatory announcements to assess business impact. Developing short and long-term strategies to manage regulatory issues.

The candidate must have a J.D from an accredited law school and in good standing with the U.S. State Bar. 2 5 years of applicable legal experience providing advice on mortgage origination compliance matters and the technical compliance challenges related to the origination of mortgage loans is necessary. Someone with strong business acumen with the ability to balance legal and business requirements is critical. 5 years of applicable legal experience providing advice on mortgage origination compliance matters and the technical compliance challenges related to the origination of mortgage loans is preferred.
 
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