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Corporate Counsel - Legal, Compliance & Corporate Governance

Westlake OH Corporate Counsel - Legal, Compliance & Corporate Governance Duties: Assist VP Legal & Compliance with updating and maintaining UCFS's Compliance Program to assure compliance with Federal laws and regulations, e.g. ECOA, TIL, FTC Safeguards Rule, FTC Red Flags and Address discrepancy Rules, FTC Cooling Off Trade Rule, FTC Credit Practices Rule, FCRA, FACTA, TCPA, EFTA, FDCPA (best practices), etc. and applicable state laws and regulations governing consumer credit and protection and the equivalent for foreign markets. Conduct legal research and provide guidance on federal and state laws governing consumer financing and sales finance company operations. Draft and edit business and consumer contracts, update same on annual basis. Work as directed with Scott Fetzer legal and/or outside counsel regarding federal, state & foreign laws, regulatory actions, litigation, employment matters, business contracts, etc. May serve as key point of contact for UCFS on select litigation matters. Manage regulatory filing needs including license applications, annual reports, license renewals and notifications, examinations and inquiries (CFPB, NYDFS, other states), and complaints (AG, Dept. of Financial institutions, BBB, Media, etc.) and responses. Escalate complaints to VP Legal and Compliance, work with same to resolve complex regulatory and complaint matters. Ensure regulatory and legal compliance reviews on all policies, procedures, systems and processes of operating departments, sales and marketing programs and financial products, credit agreements, applications and consumer forms, and assist with developing related policies and procedures. Edit and create compliance training, as needed, to ensure enterprise compliance. Serve as the point person for Corporate Governance matters, including, but not limited to taking the official Board meeting minutes, serving as a member of Company's Fair Lending Committee, serving as a member of the Company's Risk Committee, taking and maintaining minutes and records of meetings. Oversee and monitor Federal and state laws and regulations for changes and new requirements; revise forms, policies, procedures, systems and processes as needed. Develop and maintain strong internal and external collaborative relationships. Undertake other special projects as assigned.

Qualifications: Ability to research, analyze and interpret laws, rules and regulations. Knowledge of applicable alphabet regulations, FDCPA, FACTA, FCRA, TCPA, CCPA, Privacy laws, Consumer Credit Protection Act (ECOA, TIL, etc.), Red Flags Rules under FTC, FTC Cooling Off Trade Rule, FTC Credit Practices Rule, EFTA, state laws governing consumer credit, and other regulations, as applicable. Ability to draft and negotiate contracts and agreements. Proficient in counselling and advising clients and business leaders on legal issues, risk mitigation and compliance with company policy and regulatory environment. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing in a concise manner. Proficiency with a computer, legal research platforms, standard office equipment and computer programs, including but not limited to Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Excel, Word) and AS400 up to 8 hours per day. Juris Doctorate from an ABA accredited law school. Member in good standing with a State Bar Association. Must have 5-7 years of legal experience in a law firm or in-house corporate environment handling consumer lending/indirect lending and non-complex commercial transactions. Experience drafting consumer and commercial agreements. In-house or law firm experience advising internal and/or external clients.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2021-11-25

Associate Securities And Corporate Governance Counsel

Santa Monica CA Associate, Securities, and Corporate Governance Counsel The candidate will be instrumental in providing legal counsel in connection with corporate, securities, and governance matters. Take primary responsibility for all compliance matters under SEC domestic issuer rules and regulations, NASDAQ listing standards, Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, and other corporate governance rules and regulations across the company's listing exchanges. Review and/or prepare all public disclosure and securities filings, including, to proxy statements, Forms 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, and Section 16 filings/reports across all the company's listing exchanges. Assist with preparations and the planning of annual stockholder meetings. Educate the team on Reg FD and insider trading obligations. Advise on disclosure matters, including press releases, earnings materials, investor presentations, and other external communications. Lead and develop environmental, social, and governance programs and related disclosures on the legal team. Keep current on applicable securities laws, regulations, and enforcement actions to identify emerging trends and risks. Assist with administering our 10b5-1 and other equity plans and related employee and non-employee director equity matters. Should have JD from an accredited school and current member in good standing with the state bar. Should have 4+ years of experience, including 2+ years at a nationally recognized law firm with significant work in a corporate & securities practice or in-house experience in a publicly-traded company. Should have a strong, desire to work on securities compliance and capital markets legal matters with a proven track record of the ability to take the lead on the legal analysis and drafting of disclosure documents; make sound judgment calls under pressure; Clear and concise communication skills to effectively collaborate and negotiate with both internal and external business and legal teams; great project management skills with the ability to organize, prioritize, and remain collected under pressure; resolve ambiguities and provide legal guidance in uncertain situations with a focus on business results; adaptability in a fast-paced, high-growth environment and an enthusiasm for learning; work independently and collaboratively with strong drive and motivation to achieve results. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2021-11-15

Senior Counsel - Global Corporate Governance

Chicago IL Senior Counsel - Global Corporate Governance Duties: Provide corporate governance and general corporate legal support and coordination for numerous subsidiary legal entities operating around the world, including in the Americas, Europe and APAC, with potential tasks including support for board and shareholder meetings, analyzing director and officer issues, managing corporate reporting and handling other entity management requirements pursuant to local corporate laws; Collaborate with senior members of the U.S. legal division, in-country counsel and local and international business leaders to manage day-to-day corporate governance matters and questions; Design, implement and manage governance arrangements for newly acquired and/or formed subsidiaries in compliance with applicable legal and regulatory requirements and best practices; Collaborate with cross-functional teams to identify enterprise-level policies and implement across multiple U.S. and non-U.S. jurisdictions; Assist with developing and implementing process plans related to corporate entity restructuring projects; Draft and review documents related to all applicable transactional and governance responsibilities, such as board of director and shareholder actions, internal restructuring documentation and director and officer filings with regulators; Participate in M&A due diligence, execution and integration with respect to corporate governance and related legal matters; Assist senior attorneys with federal securities compliance, including Section 16 (draft Form 4s) and 1934 Act disclosures (review and/or draft Form 10-Qs/Ks) and support annual meeting of stockholders process (review and/or draft Proxy Statement, prepare annual meeting documentation); Provide support for board of director meetings for Cboe Global Markets and its trading market subsidiaries, including assistance with preparing and compiling agendas, communications, decks, reports, pre-meeting packets, meeting materials, actions, resolutions and minutes; Provide other legal support for company activities as requested.

Qualifications: Strong communication skills and comfort communicating complex legal topics to senior business leaders. Demonstrated ability to collaborate and build relationships across a global company. Experience and interest in working with non-US legal systems and cultures; willingness to work outside normal working hours when necessary to collaborate with non-US colleagues and service providers. Ability to manage competing priorities and a diverse set of responsibilities and deadlines. Strong attention to detail. Experience in managing outside service providers (such as corporate secretarial service providers). Preferred Qualifications: JD Degree and license to practice law in any U.S. state. 4+ years of corporate governance, securities and/or transactional legal experience, preferably in a public company or large or mid-size law firm.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2021-11-15

Attorney Insurance Regulatory & Corporate Governance

Tampa FL Attorney - Insurance Regulatory & Corporate Governance Duties: Identifies and manages existing and emerging risks that stem from business activities and the job role. Ensures risks associated with business activities are effectively identified, measured, monitored, and controlled. Follows written risk and compliance policies and procedures for business activities. Provides legal counsel to support business objectives and mitigate regulatory, compliance, and litigation risk to the Company. Leads complex legal assignments with a high level of business impact and delivers appropriate solutions. Effectively communicates with stakeholders and varying levels of leadership in both verbal and written forms. Produces clear and concise legal positions. Proactively monitors and analyzes changes in laws, regulations, and industry and advises appropriate organizational leadership of such changes in a timely manner. Proactively collaborates across the Company and the Chief Legal Office to mitigate risk. Works effectively with outside counsel or contract professionals to complete assignments. Assists more senior attorneys in providing advice and counsel on highly complex matters. Ensures escalation of matters presenting a more significant risk to more senior attorneys. Serves as a resource to less experienced team members.

Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor's Degree from an Accredited School. Juris Doctor Degree from an Accredited Law School. Licensed and in good standing to practice law in one state or a territory of the USA. 6+ years of relevant experience with 4+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Ability to communicate legal advice effectively to business partners. Preferred Qualifications: 5+ years of directly supporting insurance boards of directors and committees thereof. Experience creating and revising corporate governance documents including committee charters, corporate governance guidelines, and bylaws. Experience preparing for board meetings including review of board materials, agendas, and calendars. Knowledge of regulatory requirements applicable to the governance of insurance and insurance holding companies. Experience addressing and correcting regulatory observations and audit findings. Ability to comfortably collaborate with senior management on corporate governance matters.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2021-11-09

Attorney Insurance Regulatory & Corporate Governance

Charlotte NC Attorney - Insurance Regulatory & Corporate Governance Duties: Identifies and manages existing and emerging risks that stem from business activities and the job role. Ensures risks associated with business activities are effectively identified, measured, monitored, and controlled. Follows written risk and compliance policies and procedures for business activities. Provides legal counsel to support business objectives and mitigate regulatory, compliance, and litigation risk to the Company. Leads complex legal assignments with a high level of business impact and delivers appropriate solutions. Effectively communicates with stakeholders and varying levels of leadership in both verbal and written forms. Produces clear and concise legal positions. Proactively monitors and analyzes changes in laws, regulations, and industry and advises appropriate organizational leadership of such changes in a timely manner. Proactively collaborates across the Company and the Chief Legal Office to mitigate risk. Works effectively with outside counsel or contract professionals to complete assignments. Assists more senior attorneys in providing advice and counsel on highly complex matters. Ensures escalation of matters presenting a more significant risk to more senior attorneys. Serves as a resource to less experienced team members.

Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor's Degree from an Accredited School. Juris Doctor Degree from an Accredited Law School. Licensed and in good standing to practice law in one state or a territory of the USA. 6+ years of relevant experience with 4+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Ability to communicate legal advice effectively to business partners. Preferred Qualifications: 5+ years of directly supporting insurance boards of directors and committees thereof. Experience creating and revising corporate governance documents including committee charters, corporate governance guidelines, and bylaws. Experience preparing for board meetings including review of board materials, agendas, and calendars. Knowledge of regulatory requirements applicable to the governance of insurance and insurance holding companies. Experience addressing and correcting regulatory observations and audit findings. Ability to comfortably collaborate with senior management on corporate governance matters.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2021-11-09

Attorney Insurance Regulatory & Corporate Governance

Phoenix AZ Attorney - Insurance Regulatory & Corporate Governance Duties: Identifies and manages existing and emerging risks that stem from business activities and the job role. Ensures risks associated with business activities are effectively identified, measured, monitored, and controlled. Follows written risk and compliance policies and procedures for business activities. Provides legal counsel to support business objectives and mitigate regulatory, compliance, and litigation risk to the Company. Leads complex legal assignments with a high level of business impact and delivers appropriate solutions. Effectively communicates with stakeholders and varying levels of leadership in both verbal and written forms. Produces clear and concise legal positions. Proactively monitors and analyzes changes in laws, regulations, and industry and advises appropriate organizational leadership of such changes in a timely manner. Proactively collaborates across the Company and the Chief Legal Office to mitigate risk. Works effectively with outside counsel or contract professionals to complete assignments. Assists more senior attorneys in providing advice and counsel on highly complex matters. Ensures escalation of matters presenting a more significant risk to more senior attorneys. Serves as a resource to less experienced team members.

Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor's Degree from an Accredited School. Juris Doctor Degree from an Accredited Law School. Licensed and in good standing to practice law in one state or a territory of the USA. 6+ years of relevant experience with 4+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Ability to communicate legal advice effectively to business partners. Preferred Qualifications: 5+ years of directly supporting insurance boards of directors and committees thereof. Experience creating and revising corporate governance documents including committee charters, corporate governance guidelines, and bylaws. Experience preparing for board meetings including review of board materials, agendas, and calendars. Knowledge of regulatory requirements applicable to the governance of insurance and insurance holding companies. Experience addressing and correcting regulatory observations and audit findings. Ability to comfortably collaborate with senior management on corporate governance matters.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2021-11-09

Legal Counsel - Corporate Governance

Austin TX Legal Counsel - Corporate Governance DUTIES: Provides advice and counsel to senior attorneys and other staff with respect to corporate transactions, compliance, and risk management related to corporate governance. Assists General Counsel and Assistant General Counsel with maintenance of Bylaws, Certificate of Formation, Board Policies & Procedures, and other corporate governance documentation. Coordinates the preparation of agendas and materials for Board of Directors and Board committee meetings, including minutes of all meetings. Assists General Counsel and Assistant General Counsel with respect to Board, Board committee, and corporate membership activities, training, and reporting. Participates in preparation of Public Utility Commission of Texas filings related to approval of Bylaws amendments, other governing documents and corporate governance matters. Provides advice regarding financing, tax, and related financial matters pertaining to corporate governance. Participates in audits and other compliance activities as required by internal controls, ERCOT market rules, or state and federal laws, rules, or standards. Assists General Counsel and Assistant General Counsel with preparation of annual ethics training and review and resolution of potential employee conflicts of interest. Participates in ISO-RTO Corporate Secretary Collaboration Group activities. Assist or oversee legal aspects of public information requests pertaining to corporate governance, ensuring that requests are answered fully and in a timely manner while maintaining the confidentiality of sensitive information. Represents ERCOT in lawsuits and administrative proceedings pertaining to corporate governance, as needed. Manage administrative cases including document preparation, discovery, strategy, and advocacy before administrative authorities.

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's Degree and Juris doctorate or a combination of education and experience that provides equivalent knowledge to a major in such fields are required. Admitted to practice before the State Bar of Texas. Must have 5 years related work experience in excess of degree requirements.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-11-05

VP, Associate General Counsel, SEC and Corporate Governance

Austin TX VP, Associate General Counsel, SEC and Corporate Governance The candidate will manage the legal and compliance aspects related to the board, including shareholder meetings and assisting with SEC filings, as well as M&A transactions and other corporate matters. Will report directly to the Chief Legal Officer. Provide counsel to the leadership team to drive strategic business and legal initiatives across all aspects of growing business including finance and business development. Advise executive team on corporate strategy, SEC requirements and corporate governance. Design and implement the policies, procedures and controls required for corporate compliance. Support corporate secretary function - draft corporate governance materials, including resolutions, minutes, and other materials for meetings of the board and its committees. Advise investor relations, corporate and product communications, and corporate financial reporting functions on disclosure and securities matters. Prepare and review press releases, investor presentations and management presentations, including the review of all earnings releases and related scripts. Assist with various equity and debt financings and provide legal support to the treasury function. Support the drafting and negotiation of M&A transaction agreements and manage all legal aspects of acquisition or disposition transactions. Collaborate with the legal team on miscellaneous legal matters as needed.

The candidate should have a B.A./B.S. and J.D. degree. Active membership in good standing of the Bar of any US jurisdiction is required. Must have 5+ years of experience in US Securities (both SEC reporting and transactions) and M&A. Corporate law experience within a top nationally recognized law firm is required. In-house experience at a fast-growing international company is preferred. Should have deep knowledge of and extensive experience in corporate governance best practices for public companies, Securities Act, Exchange Act and Nasdaq listing requirements. Experience with the Delaware General Corporation Law is essential. Experience with corporate governance, entity formation, and equity issuances under stock incentive plans is a must. Familiarity with executive compensation matters encompassed in proxy statement disclosure is needed.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-11-02

VP, Associate General Counsel, SEC and Corporate Governance

Atlanta GA VP, Associate General Counsel, SEC and Corporate Governance The candidate will manage the legal and compliance aspects related to the board, including shareholder meetings and assisting with SEC filings, as well as M&A transactions and other corporate matters. Will report directly to the Chief Legal Officer. Provide counsel to the leadership team to drive strategic business and legal initiatives across all aspects of growing business including finance and business development. Advise executive team on corporate strategy, SEC requirements and corporate governance. Design and implement the policies, procedures and controls required for corporate compliance. Support corporate secretary function - draft corporate governance materials, including resolutions, minutes, and other materials for meetings of the board and its committees. Advise investor relations, corporate and product communications, and corporate financial reporting functions on disclosure and securities matters. Prepare and review press releases, investor presentations and management presentations, including the review of all earnings releases and related scripts. Assist with various equity and debt financings and provide legal support to the treasury function. Support the drafting and negotiation of M&A transaction agreements and manage all legal aspects of acquisition or disposition transactions. Collaborate with the legal team on miscellaneous legal matters as needed.

The candidate should have a B.A./B.S. and J.D. degree. Active membership in good standing of the Bar of any US jurisdiction is required. Must have 5+ years of experience in US Securities (both SEC reporting and transactions) and M&A. Corporate law experience within a top nationally recognized law firm is required. In-house experience at a fast-growing international company is preferred. Should have deep knowledge of and extensive experience in corporate governance best practices for public companies, Securities Act, Exchange Act and Nasdaq listing requirements. Experience with the Delaware General Corporation Law is essential. Experience with corporate governance, entity formation, and equity issuances under stock incentive plans is a must. Familiarity with executive compensation matters encompassed in proxy statement disclosure is needed.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-11-02

VP, Associate General Counsel, SEC and Corporate Governance

Washington DC VP, Associate General Counsel, SEC and Corporate Governance The candidate will manage the legal and compliance aspects related to the board, including shareholder meetings and assisting with SEC filings, as well as M&A transactions and other corporate matters. Will report directly to the Chief Legal Officer. Provide counsel to the leadership team to drive strategic business and legal initiatives across all aspects of growing business including finance and business development. Advise executive team on corporate strategy, SEC requirements and corporate governance. Design and implement the policies, procedures and controls required for corporate compliance. Support corporate secretary function - draft corporate governance materials, including resolutions, minutes, and other materials for meetings of the board and its committees. Advise investor relations, corporate and product communications, and corporate financial reporting functions on disclosure and securities matters. Prepare and review press releases, investor presentations and management presentations, including the review of all earnings releases and related scripts. Assist with various equity and debt financings and provide legal support to the treasury function. Support the drafting and negotiation of M&A transaction agreements and manage all legal aspects of acquisition or disposition transactions. Collaborate with the legal team on miscellaneous legal matters as needed.

The candidate should have a B.A./B.S. and J.D. degree. Active membership in good standing of the Bar of any US jurisdiction is required. Must have 5+ years of experience in US Securities (both SEC reporting and transactions) and M&A. Corporate law experience within a top nationally recognized law firm is required. In-house experience at a fast-growing international company is preferred. Should have deep knowledge of and extensive experience in corporate governance best practices for public companies, Securities Act, Exchange Act and Nasdaq listing requirements. Experience with the Delaware General Corporation Law is essential. Experience with corporate governance, entity formation, and equity issuances under stock incentive plans is a must. Familiarity with executive compensation matters encompassed in proxy statement disclosure is needed.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-11-02
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Corporate Counsel - Legal, Compliance & Corporate Governance
Refer job# BRTB163770
 
Corporate Counsel - Legal, Compliance & Corporate Governance Duties: Assist VP Legal & Compliance with updating and maintaining UCFS's Compliance Program to assure compliance with Federal laws and regulations, e.g. ECOA, TIL, FTC Safeguards Rule, FTC Red Flags and Address discrepancy Rules, FTC Cooling Off Trade Rule, FTC Credit Practices Rule, FCRA, FACTA, TCPA, EFTA, FDCPA (best practices), etc. and applicable state laws and regulations governing consumer credit and protection and the equivalent for foreign markets. Conduct legal research and provide guidance on federal and state laws governing consumer financing and sales finance company operations. Draft and edit business and consumer contracts, update same on annual basis. Work as directed with Scott Fetzer legal and/or outside counsel regarding federal, state & foreign laws, regulatory actions, litigation, employment matters, business contracts, etc. May serve as key point of contact for UCFS on select litigation matters. Manage regulatory filing needs including license applications, annual reports, license renewals and notifications, examinations and inquiries (CFPB, NYDFS, other states), and complaints (AG, Dept. of Financial institutions, BBB, Media, etc.) and responses. Escalate complaints to VP Legal and Compliance, work with same to resolve complex regulatory and complaint matters. Ensure regulatory and legal compliance reviews on all policies, procedures, systems and processes of operating departments, sales and marketing programs and financial products, credit agreements, applications and consumer forms, and assist with developing related policies and procedures. Edit and create compliance training, as needed, to ensure enterprise compliance. Serve as the point person for Corporate Governance matters, including, but not limited to taking the official Board meeting minutes, serving as a member of Company's Fair Lending Committee, serving as a member of the Company's Risk Committee, taking and maintaining minutes and records of meetings. Oversee and monitor Federal and state laws and regulations for changes and new requirements; revise forms, policies, procedures, systems and processes as needed. Develop and maintain strong internal and external collaborative relationships. Undertake other special projects as assigned.

Qualifications: Ability to research, analyze and interpret laws, rules and regulations. Knowledge of applicable alphabet regulations, FDCPA, FACTA, FCRA, TCPA, CCPA, Privacy laws, Consumer Credit Protection Act (ECOA, TIL, etc.), Red Flags Rules under FTC, FTC Cooling Off Trade Rule, FTC Credit Practices Rule, EFTA, state laws governing consumer credit, and other regulations, as applicable. Ability to draft and negotiate contracts and agreements. Proficient in counselling and advising clients and business leaders on legal issues, risk mitigation and compliance with company policy and regulatory environment. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing in a concise manner. Proficiency with a computer, legal research platforms, standard office equipment and computer programs, including but not limited to Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Excel, Word) and AS400 up to 8 hours per day. Juris Doctorate from an ABA accredited law school. Member in good standing with a State Bar Association. Must have 5-7 years of legal experience in a law firm or in-house corporate environment handling consumer lending/indirect lending and non-complex commercial transactions. Experience drafting consumer and commercial agreements. In-house or law firm experience advising internal and/or external clients.
 
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Associate Securities And Corporate Governance Counsel
Refer job# ZABE163470
 
Associate, Securities, and Corporate Governance Counsel The candidate will be instrumental in providing legal counsel in connection with corporate, securities, and governance matters. Take primary responsibility for all compliance matters under SEC domestic issuer rules and regulations, NASDAQ listing standards, Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, and other corporate governance rules and regulations across the company's listing exchanges. Review and/or prepare all public disclosure and securities filings, including, to proxy statements, Forms 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, and Section 16 filings/reports across all the company's listing exchanges. Assist with preparations and the planning of annual stockholder meetings. Educate the team on Reg FD and insider trading obligations. Advise on disclosure matters, including press releases, earnings materials, investor presentations, and other external communications. Lead and develop environmental, social, and governance programs and related disclosures on the legal team. Keep current on applicable securities laws, regulations, and enforcement actions to identify emerging trends and risks. Assist with administering our 10b5-1 and other equity plans and related employee and non-employee director equity matters. Should have JD from an accredited school and current member in good standing with the state bar. Should have 4+ years of experience, including 2+ years at a nationally recognized law firm with significant work in a corporate & securities practice or in-house experience in a publicly-traded company. Should have a strong, desire to work on securities compliance and capital markets legal matters with a proven track record of the ability to take the lead on the legal analysis and drafting of disclosure documents; make sound judgment calls under pressure; Clear and concise communication skills to effectively collaborate and negotiate with both internal and external business and legal teams; great project management skills with the ability to organize, prioritize, and remain collected under pressure; resolve ambiguities and provide legal guidance in uncertain situations with a focus on business results; adaptability in a fast-paced, high-growth environment and an enthusiasm for learning; work independently and collaboratively with strong drive and motivation to achieve results.
 
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Senior Counsel - Global Corporate Governance
Refer job# YDIT163471
 
Senior Counsel - Global Corporate Governance Duties: Provide corporate governance and general corporate legal support and coordination for numerous subsidiary legal entities operating around the world, including in the Americas, Europe and APAC, with potential tasks including support for board and shareholder meetings, analyzing director and officer issues, managing corporate reporting and handling other entity management requirements pursuant to local corporate laws; Collaborate with senior members of the U.S. legal division, in-country counsel and local and international business leaders to manage day-to-day corporate governance matters and questions; Design, implement and manage governance arrangements for newly acquired and/or formed subsidiaries in compliance with applicable legal and regulatory requirements and best practices; Collaborate with cross-functional teams to identify enterprise-level policies and implement across multiple U.S. and non-U.S. jurisdictions; Assist with developing and implementing process plans related to corporate entity restructuring projects; Draft and review documents related to all applicable transactional and governance responsibilities, such as board of director and shareholder actions, internal restructuring documentation and director and officer filings with regulators; Participate in M&A due diligence, execution and integration with respect to corporate governance and related legal matters; Assist senior attorneys with federal securities compliance, including Section 16 (draft Form 4s) and 1934 Act disclosures (review and/or draft Form 10-Qs/Ks) and support annual meeting of stockholders process (review and/or draft Proxy Statement, prepare annual meeting documentation); Provide support for board of director meetings for Cboe Global Markets and its trading market subsidiaries, including assistance with preparing and compiling agendas, communications, decks, reports, pre-meeting packets, meeting materials, actions, resolutions and minutes; Provide other legal support for company activities as requested.

Qualifications: Strong communication skills and comfort communicating complex legal topics to senior business leaders. Demonstrated ability to collaborate and build relationships across a global company. Experience and interest in working with non-US legal systems and cultures; willingness to work outside normal working hours when necessary to collaborate with non-US colleagues and service providers. Ability to manage competing priorities and a diverse set of responsibilities and deadlines. Strong attention to detail. Experience in managing outside service providers (such as corporate secretarial service providers). Preferred Qualifications: JD Degree and license to practice law in any U.S. state. 4+ years of corporate governance, securities and/or transactional legal experience, preferably in a public company or large or mid-size law firm.
 
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Attorney Insurance Regulatory & Corporate Governance
Refer job# SDVP163218
 
Attorney - Insurance Regulatory & Corporate Governance Duties: Identifies and manages existing and emerging risks that stem from business activities and the job role. Ensures risks associated with business activities are effectively identified, measured, monitored, and controlled. Follows written risk and compliance policies and procedures for business activities. Provides legal counsel to support business objectives and mitigate regulatory, compliance, and litigation risk to the Company. Leads complex legal assignments with a high level of business impact and delivers appropriate solutions. Effectively communicates with stakeholders and varying levels of leadership in both verbal and written forms. Produces clear and concise legal positions. Proactively monitors and analyzes changes in laws, regulations, and industry and advises appropriate organizational leadership of such changes in a timely manner. Proactively collaborates across the Company and the Chief Legal Office to mitigate risk. Works effectively with outside counsel or contract professionals to complete assignments. Assists more senior attorneys in providing advice and counsel on highly complex matters. Ensures escalation of matters presenting a more significant risk to more senior attorneys. Serves as a resource to less experienced team members.

Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor's Degree from an Accredited School. Juris Doctor Degree from an Accredited Law School. Licensed and in good standing to practice law in one state or a territory of the USA. 6+ years of relevant experience with 4+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Ability to communicate legal advice effectively to business partners. Preferred Qualifications: 5+ years of directly supporting insurance boards of directors and committees thereof. Experience creating and revising corporate governance documents including committee charters, corporate governance guidelines, and bylaws. Experience preparing for board meetings including review of board materials, agendas, and calendars. Knowledge of regulatory requirements applicable to the governance of insurance and insurance holding companies. Experience addressing and correcting regulatory observations and audit findings. Ability to comfortably collaborate with senior management on corporate governance matters.
 
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Attorney Insurance Regulatory & Corporate Governance
Refer job# CSZP163220
 
Attorney - Insurance Regulatory & Corporate Governance Duties: Identifies and manages existing and emerging risks that stem from business activities and the job role. Ensures risks associated with business activities are effectively identified, measured, monitored, and controlled. Follows written risk and compliance policies and procedures for business activities. Provides legal counsel to support business objectives and mitigate regulatory, compliance, and litigation risk to the Company. Leads complex legal assignments with a high level of business impact and delivers appropriate solutions. Effectively communicates with stakeholders and varying levels of leadership in both verbal and written forms. Produces clear and concise legal positions. Proactively monitors and analyzes changes in laws, regulations, and industry and advises appropriate organizational leadership of such changes in a timely manner. Proactively collaborates across the Company and the Chief Legal Office to mitigate risk. Works effectively with outside counsel or contract professionals to complete assignments. Assists more senior attorneys in providing advice and counsel on highly complex matters. Ensures escalation of matters presenting a more significant risk to more senior attorneys. Serves as a resource to less experienced team members.

Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor's Degree from an Accredited School. Juris Doctor Degree from an Accredited Law School. Licensed and in good standing to practice law in one state or a territory of the USA. 6+ years of relevant experience with 4+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Ability to communicate legal advice effectively to business partners. Preferred Qualifications: 5+ years of directly supporting insurance boards of directors and committees thereof. Experience creating and revising corporate governance documents including committee charters, corporate governance guidelines, and bylaws. Experience preparing for board meetings including review of board materials, agendas, and calendars. Knowledge of regulatory requirements applicable to the governance of insurance and insurance holding companies. Experience addressing and correcting regulatory observations and audit findings. Ability to comfortably collaborate with senior management on corporate governance matters.
 
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Attorney Insurance Regulatory & Corporate Governance
Refer job# ASEZ163221
 
Attorney - Insurance Regulatory & Corporate Governance Duties: Identifies and manages existing and emerging risks that stem from business activities and the job role. Ensures risks associated with business activities are effectively identified, measured, monitored, and controlled. Follows written risk and compliance policies and procedures for business activities. Provides legal counsel to support business objectives and mitigate regulatory, compliance, and litigation risk to the Company. Leads complex legal assignments with a high level of business impact and delivers appropriate solutions. Effectively communicates with stakeholders and varying levels of leadership in both verbal and written forms. Produces clear and concise legal positions. Proactively monitors and analyzes changes in laws, regulations, and industry and advises appropriate organizational leadership of such changes in a timely manner. Proactively collaborates across the Company and the Chief Legal Office to mitigate risk. Works effectively with outside counsel or contract professionals to complete assignments. Assists more senior attorneys in providing advice and counsel on highly complex matters. Ensures escalation of matters presenting a more significant risk to more senior attorneys. Serves as a resource to less experienced team members.

Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor's Degree from an Accredited School. Juris Doctor Degree from an Accredited Law School. Licensed and in good standing to practice law in one state or a territory of the USA. 6+ years of relevant experience with 4+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Ability to communicate legal advice effectively to business partners. Preferred Qualifications: 5+ years of directly supporting insurance boards of directors and committees thereof. Experience creating and revising corporate governance documents including committee charters, corporate governance guidelines, and bylaws. Experience preparing for board meetings including review of board materials, agendas, and calendars. Knowledge of regulatory requirements applicable to the governance of insurance and insurance holding companies. Experience addressing and correcting regulatory observations and audit findings. Ability to comfortably collaborate with senior management on corporate governance matters.
 
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Legal Counsel - Corporate Governance
Refer job# UUMR163206
 
Legal Counsel - Corporate Governance DUTIES: Provides advice and counsel to senior attorneys and other staff with respect to corporate transactions, compliance, and risk management related to corporate governance. Assists General Counsel and Assistant General Counsel with maintenance of Bylaws, Certificate of Formation, Board Policies & Procedures, and other corporate governance documentation. Coordinates the preparation of agendas and materials for Board of Directors and Board committee meetings, including minutes of all meetings. Assists General Counsel and Assistant General Counsel with respect to Board, Board committee, and corporate membership activities, training, and reporting. Participates in preparation of Public Utility Commission of Texas filings related to approval of Bylaws amendments, other governing documents and corporate governance matters. Provides advice regarding financing, tax, and related financial matters pertaining to corporate governance. Participates in audits and other compliance activities as required by internal controls, ERCOT market rules, or state and federal laws, rules, or standards. Assists General Counsel and Assistant General Counsel with preparation of annual ethics training and review and resolution of potential employee conflicts of interest. Participates in ISO-RTO Corporate Secretary Collaboration Group activities. Assist or oversee legal aspects of public information requests pertaining to corporate governance, ensuring that requests are answered fully and in a timely manner while maintaining the confidentiality of sensitive information. Represents ERCOT in lawsuits and administrative proceedings pertaining to corporate governance, as needed. Manage administrative cases including document preparation, discovery, strategy, and advocacy before administrative authorities.

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's Degree and Juris doctorate or a combination of education and experience that provides equivalent knowledge to a major in such fields are required. Admitted to practice before the State Bar of Texas. Must have 5 years related work experience in excess of degree requirements.
 
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VP, Associate General Counsel, SEC and Corporate Governance
Refer job# SKAY163080
 
VP, Associate General Counsel, SEC and Corporate Governance The candidate will manage the legal and compliance aspects related to the board, including shareholder meetings and assisting with SEC filings, as well as M&A transactions and other corporate matters. Will report directly to the Chief Legal Officer. Provide counsel to the leadership team to drive strategic business and legal initiatives across all aspects of growing business including finance and business development. Advise executive team on corporate strategy, SEC requirements and corporate governance. Design and implement the policies, procedures and controls required for corporate compliance. Support corporate secretary function - draft corporate governance materials, including resolutions, minutes, and other materials for meetings of the board and its committees. Advise investor relations, corporate and product communications, and corporate financial reporting functions on disclosure and securities matters. Prepare and review press releases, investor presentations and management presentations, including the review of all earnings releases and related scripts. Assist with various equity and debt financings and provide legal support to the treasury function. Support the drafting and negotiation of M&A transaction agreements and manage all legal aspects of acquisition or disposition transactions. Collaborate with the legal team on miscellaneous legal matters as needed.

The candidate should have a B.A./B.S. and J.D. degree. Active membership in good standing of the Bar of any US jurisdiction is required. Must have 5+ years of experience in US Securities (both SEC reporting and transactions) and M&A. Corporate law experience within a top nationally recognized law firm is required. In-house experience at a fast-growing international company is preferred. Should have deep knowledge of and extensive experience in corporate governance best practices for public companies, Securities Act, Exchange Act and Nasdaq listing requirements. Experience with the Delaware General Corporation Law is essential. Experience with corporate governance, entity formation, and equity issuances under stock incentive plans is a must. Familiarity with executive compensation matters encompassed in proxy statement disclosure is needed.
 
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VP, Associate General Counsel, SEC and Corporate Governance
Refer job# UZFC163081
 
VP, Associate General Counsel, SEC and Corporate Governance The candidate will manage the legal and compliance aspects related to the board, including shareholder meetings and assisting with SEC filings, as well as M&A transactions and other corporate matters. Will report directly to the Chief Legal Officer. Provide counsel to the leadership team to drive strategic business and legal initiatives across all aspects of growing business including finance and business development. Advise executive team on corporate strategy, SEC requirements and corporate governance. Design and implement the policies, procedures and controls required for corporate compliance. Support corporate secretary function - draft corporate governance materials, including resolutions, minutes, and other materials for meetings of the board and its committees. Advise investor relations, corporate and product communications, and corporate financial reporting functions on disclosure and securities matters. Prepare and review press releases, investor presentations and management presentations, including the review of all earnings releases and related scripts. Assist with various equity and debt financings and provide legal support to the treasury function. Support the drafting and negotiation of M&A transaction agreements and manage all legal aspects of acquisition or disposition transactions. Collaborate with the legal team on miscellaneous legal matters as needed.

The candidate should have a B.A./B.S. and J.D. degree. Active membership in good standing of the Bar of any US jurisdiction is required. Must have 5+ years of experience in US Securities (both SEC reporting and transactions) and M&A. Corporate law experience within a top nationally recognized law firm is required. In-house experience at a fast-growing international company is preferred. Should have deep knowledge of and extensive experience in corporate governance best practices for public companies, Securities Act, Exchange Act and Nasdaq listing requirements. Experience with the Delaware General Corporation Law is essential. Experience with corporate governance, entity formation, and equity issuances under stock incentive plans is a must. Familiarity with executive compensation matters encompassed in proxy statement disclosure is needed.
 
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VP, Associate General Counsel, SEC and Corporate Governance
Refer job# RYFC163082
 
VP, Associate General Counsel, SEC and Corporate Governance The candidate will manage the legal and compliance aspects related to the board, including shareholder meetings and assisting with SEC filings, as well as M&A transactions and other corporate matters. Will report directly to the Chief Legal Officer. Provide counsel to the leadership team to drive strategic business and legal initiatives across all aspects of growing business including finance and business development. Advise executive team on corporate strategy, SEC requirements and corporate governance. Design and implement the policies, procedures and controls required for corporate compliance. Support corporate secretary function - draft corporate governance materials, including resolutions, minutes, and other materials for meetings of the board and its committees. Advise investor relations, corporate and product communications, and corporate financial reporting functions on disclosure and securities matters. Prepare and review press releases, investor presentations and management presentations, including the review of all earnings releases and related scripts. Assist with various equity and debt financings and provide legal support to the treasury function. Support the drafting and negotiation of M&A transaction agreements and manage all legal aspects of acquisition or disposition transactions. Collaborate with the legal team on miscellaneous legal matters as needed.

The candidate should have a B.A./B.S. and J.D. degree. Active membership in good standing of the Bar of any US jurisdiction is required. Must have 5+ years of experience in US Securities (both SEC reporting and transactions) and M&A. Corporate law experience within a top nationally recognized law firm is required. In-house experience at a fast-growing international company is preferred. Should have deep knowledge of and extensive experience in corporate governance best practices for public companies, Securities Act, Exchange Act and Nasdaq listing requirements. Experience with the Delaware General Corporation Law is essential. Experience with corporate governance, entity formation, and equity issuances under stock incentive plans is a must. Familiarity with executive compensation matters encompassed in proxy statement disclosure is needed.
 
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