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Attorney- Commercial Equipment Finance

Atlanta GA Attorney- Commercial Equipment Finance The candidate will be drafting, reviewing, and negotiating non-standard legal documentation with customers, vendors, and funders. Will continuous updating of standard legal documentation. Coordination with and supervision of external attorneys. Undertaking legal research and analysis as required or assigned. Remaining informed and knowledgeable of the U.S. equipment finance industry and of legislation, regulations, and court cases/decisions affecting the Equipment Finance Group. Drafting and/or reviewing Firms' risk management policies and procedures. Management of and assistance with legal training projects and other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

The candidate should have a JD from an accredited law school, excellent academic credentials, and current membership in good standing with a State Bar. Must have 5-10 years of relevant commercial equipment finance experience at a law firm and/or in-house law department. Experience working in a financial services institution or equipment finance business is preferred.
Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2022-05-14

Assistant General Counsel II Corporate And Finance

Tampa FL Assistant General Counsel II Corporate And Finance Responsibilities: Provide legal advice regarding matters related to Finance; Contracting and Real Estate & Facilities Support. Identify and analyze legal issues, drafting key documents, presenting clear recommendations and assuring legal compliance. Initiate routine meetings with departmental leaders to effectuate contract negotiation and regulatory compliance. Support strategic initiatives of the VP/ Deputy General Counsel and EVP/ General Counsel. Prepare, review and negotiate other business transactions. Research and special projects assigned by the VP/ Deputy General Counsel and EVP/ General Counsel. Assist OGC in preparing, circulating and filing legal opinions, contracts, corporate and other legal documents, including the preparation and submission of government reports, annual corporate reports and related filings. Research and special projects assigned by the VP/Deputy General Counsel and EVP/General Counsel. Assist each department with their efforts to prepare, negotiate and finalize related policies, procedures and agreements. Participates in a variety of Center and/or community committees as requested. Oversees and monitors the development, implementation and effectiveness of the Center's Contract Program (the "Program"). Develops and implements a strategic plan for the Program that aligns with the overall strategic plan of the Center. Maintains professional affiliations and enhances professional growth and development. Monitors the performance of the OGC and related activities on a continuous basis and takes appropriate steps to improve its effectiveness. Performs such other appropriate functions as may be assigned from time to time by the Vice President/Deputy General Counsel.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in a relevant field is a plus. Juris Doctor required. Must be licensed to practice law in the State of Florida. Must possess State Bar certification; however, does not necessarily have to be a Florida Bar Board Certificate. Should have 11 years of experience practicing law with 8 years of experience in the related areas of health law, finance; real estate; facilities, compliance, and regulatory matters. Experience supervising and managing teams of attorneys, paralegals, and support staff for maximum efficiency is preferred. Demonstrated knowledge of healthcare laws and regulations. Excellent management, negotiating, policy drafting, interpersonal, business, contract drafting, and writing skills are required.
Legal 11 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-09

Senior Finance Counsel

San Francisco CA Senior Finance Counsel The candidate will provide legal advice and support (structuring, diligence, negotiation, etc.) on broad spectrum of commercial finance transactions, including without limitation, acquisition finance, asset based lending, subscription and capital call lines, technology and innovation, life sciences, software and emerging technology, early stage companies, warehouse lending, equipment finance, resort finance, franchise finance, public finance and commercial real estate. Advise and participate in the development of credit and lending policies, procedures and quality control programs. Autonomously handle routine and complex business transactions, including drafting and negotiating legal documents. Manage outside counsel on special assets and collection matters. Direct or participate on strategic teams to develop and implement Company products and initiatives. Advise the Company regarding compliance with laws and regulations applicable to commercial bank lenders. Oversee the work of outside counsel for various engagements on behalf of the Company. Advise the bank with respect to compliance with applicable lending laws and regulations. Participate in company and department initiatives, as needed. Oversee attorney or non-attorney staff as necessary to ensure the delivery of quality legal services.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctor from an accredited law school. Active license to practice law in Arizona, California, Colorado or other U.S. jurisdictions. Should have 6+ years of relevant experience or training in private practice or in-house. Advanced knowledge in a broad spectrum of commercial finance transactions, including deal structuring, origination, workout and enforcement. Exceptional writing, drafting and negotiating skills; ability to synthesize legal research and concepts and translate into business guidance. Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills. Exceptional organizational and time management skills.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-06

Commercial Bank - Structured Finance And Leveraged Lending Director, Assistant General Counsel

New York City NY Commercial Bank - Structured Finance And Leveraged Lending Director, Assistant General Counsel Responsibilities: Providing deal support on structured finance transactions, including structuring, documentation review and negotiation and collaboration with partners across the bank. Managing and developing a group of key outside counsel partners to work with the business to deliver market-leading advice to assist the teams in building the franchise. Representing Capital One at trade associations and being a leader in the lending, structured finance, and fund finance community from a regulatory and market perspective in order to bring to Capital One market intelligence and best practices. Working seamlessly with Capital One s first-class legal team to deliver a wider variety of customer cutting edge technology banking products. Working with Capital One s enterprise regulatory litigation, and corporate transaction team on regulatory reputational and compliance issues . Working with the business associates on foreign lending questions and developing an internal framework to lend to Capital One s US customers overseas. Managing all legal issues in connection with maintaining a portfolio of liens. Manage form document libraries, including form development and identification of market leading digital tools to assist with legal operations.

Qualifications: Juris Doctor and an active member in good standing with the New York State Bar or the ability to be admitted to the New York Bar on motion or registered in-house counsel. Should have 6 years of experience as an attorney in a law firm or an in-house legal department. Strong internal counsel experience in the structured finance area, complex leverage lending products, fund finance, leveraged credit, and capital markets. Ability and willingness to work as a team player to manage efficient processes, get issues resolved across organizational boundaries and build collegial and effective relationships with business leaders, attorneys, paralegals, project managers, and administrative assistants at all levels of the company. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with minimal supervision.

Preferred Qualifications: Should have 7+ years at an Am Law 100 law firm or in-house legal department experience in complex commercial lending transactions, including fund finance, asset-based, cash flow, and acquisition financings, as well as CLO/ABS structures. Experience with sponsor-backed finance and structured finance transactions. Knowledge of laws and regulations applicable to commercial lending, including consumer and mortgage-related issues. Demonstrated ability to get issues resolved across organizational borders.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-06

Direct Lending/finance Attorney

New York City NY Direct Lending/Finance Attorney The candidate will have intimate familiarity with credit documentation including, credit agreements, bond indentures, and inter-creditor agreements. Should have strong problem-solving skills and a demonstrated ability to take initiative, work independently, and critically analyze various issues associated with sophisticated investment arrangements and debt transactions. Should have excellent written and oral communication skills. Innovative, proactive, and solutions-oriented. A resilient self-starter with exceptional people skills. Should be able to adapt quickly and appropriately in accordance with the constant evolution in which GPIM operates. Willing to take on a broad variety of tasks to accomplish project-specific goals. Should have Juris Doctor from accredited law school; 8-10 years of finance industry experience. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-02

Senior Assistant General Counsel, M&a, Securities And Finance

Santa Clara CA Senior Assistant General Counsel, M&A, Securities and Finance Responsibilities: Oversee the preparation of all SEC filings, including 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, S-8s, and Section 16 filings. Manage and review the annual proxy statement process and the annual stockholders' meeting. Collaborate with Chegg's Finance, Accounting, IR, and Communications teams on external communications such as earnings releases, investor presentations, and press releases. Lead corporate finance transactions (e.g. common stock offerings, convertible debt offerings, etc.). Partner with Strategy and Corporate Development team on domestic and international mergers & acquisitions and minority/venture investments. Responsible for the oversight of term sheets (IOIs and LOIs), managing deal and due diligence processes, negotiating definitive transaction documentation, structuring transactions, and managing outside counsel. Assist with the development and disclosure of Chegg's ESG initiatives. Work closely with Chegg's Human Resources and Stock Administration teams to support executive compensation matters and administer Chegg's equity plans, Insider Trading Policy, and 10b5-1 plans. Supervise certain corporate governance matters, including international subsidiary governance and corporate secretarial matters. Ensure compliance with SEC and NYSE rules and regulations. Assist with legal, risk management, and other policies and related matters. Management responsibilities across the legal team. Recruit strategically and assist the legal team in scaling to align with the expanding needs of a rapidly growing international business. Work closely with, mentor, train, and support the success of the Senior Counsel, M&A, Securities, and Finance, who will report to this role.

Qualifications: J.D. and a member of at least one US state bar (with eligibility to become a registered in-house counsel in California) with excellent academic credentials. Should have 6-10 years of relevant experience. 4-6 years at a top-tier law firm are required. In-house legal experience at a large public technology company is preferred. Significant 33 and 34 Act disclosure and reporting experience. Extensive M&A, investment, and corporate finance experience, including in a primary legal lead role. Excellent verbal and written communication skills in all interactions with senior management, corporate departments, and all levels of employees. Exceptional organizational skills with the ability to manage multiple transactions simultaneously and multitask in a fast-paced environment.
Legal 6 - 10 Full-time 2022-04-30

Senior Counsel, Structured Finance

Los Angeles CA Senior Counsel, Structured Finance The candidate will draft, negotiate, review and interpret agreements covering 's debt facilities. Manage outside counsel and support colleagues to ensure business initiatives are executed timely and accurately. Advise business clients on legal issues and risks, company policies, and business strategy. Assist in creating and improving agreements, processes and templates as continues to scale, develop new products and enter new markets. Exercise sound judgment when negotiating key business and legal terms. Advise and support Legal and Finance teams to operationalize financing transactions.

The candidate should have a J.D. from an accredited law school, and be a member of the Bar (in good standing) in the state in which you will work (or eligible to register as in-house counsel, if required). Should have 5-8 years legal work experience, with mid- to senior-level structured finance and/or securitization experience at a top-rated law firm. Solid understanding of capital markets transactions (esp. asset warehouses and/or securitizations), with real estate, single family rental, senior/mezzanine financing, and/or mortgage loan financing and secondary sales experience a plus. Ability to work independently, think creatively and flexibly, and provide practical legal solutions and concrete, easy-to-understand legal advice. Must enjoy working collaboratively with finance and business operations team members in a fast-paced environment.
Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2022-04-27

SVP and Associate General Counsel - Corporate Affairs and Finance

Orlando FL SVP and Associate General Counsel - Corporate Affairs and Finance Duties: Providing legal services in support of all functions and duties of the corporate secretary, including preparation for Board of Directors and Shareholders meetings; management of the proxy process and preparation of all related materials. Advising General Counsel on corporate governance matters, securities exchange reporting and compliance; including 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, proxy statements, annual reports, and Forms 3, 4, and 5 insider trading reports. Maintaining, administering and improving MVW's certificate of incorporation, bylaws, committee charters, governance policies, insider trading policy, and related party transactions policy in compliance with best practices and law. Providing legal services related to SEC disclosure and reporting, securities law compliance, securities aspects of transactions, investor relations, communications and corporate finance; coordinating with other parts of the Law Department and MVW business partners on various transactions related to corporate transactions. Monitoring ISS, Corporate Library, and other shareholder service ratings. Participating in finance transactions, including corporate debt and equity issuances, bank credit facilities, timeshare note securitizations, and letters of credit; equity, joint venture and structured investments; support for the risk management department; and support for extraordinary transactions. Dealing with a broad array of issues, including securities, corporate organization and governance, financing, investment, tax, and risk management-related issues. Managing, structuring, negotiating and executing complex projects, supervising outside counsel, coordinating treasury, accounting, financing, investor relations, communications, tax, insurance, and risk management issues within MVW, and working with institutional shareholders, the SEC, securities exchange, other regulators, corporate governance bodies, owners, developers, lenders and other parties and stakeholders across varied cultures and legal environments. Overseeing legal support for the mortgage bank areas of MVW, providing legal advice and managing oversight, and serving as primary liaison with outside counsel handling MVW loan origination, servicing, and collection issues. Providing general legal advice and counsel regarding compliance with various laws and regulations relating to mortgage bank operations, including the Consumer Credit Protection Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Electronic Funds transfer (Reg. E),Equal Credit Opportunity Act, Fair Housing Act, FTC Holder in Due Course Rule, RESPA, Right to Financial Privacy Act, Soldiers & Sailors Civil Relief Act, Truth in Lending Act, and Gramm Leach Bliley. Providing legal support and advice to MVW's Owner Services and Loan Servicing Departments. Be responsible for own work and contribute to team, department, and/or business results. Set priorities and measurable objectives. Monitor and report on the process, progress, and results. Direct work of non-management staff when appropriate. Influence work of cross-functional, multi-disciplinary or extended teams. Acting in a consultative fashion to implement programs impacting the broader organization. Assisting in the development and communication of broader organizational goals. Achieving results against budget within the scope of responsibility. Taking calculated risks to move the department or team forward. Developing and using systems to organize and keep track of information. Balancing the interests of the ownership group with the interests of the organization. Working with others to identify and remove barriers to success. Readily critique own behavior to acknowledge mistakes and improve future leadership performance. Act independently to improve and increase skills and knowledge.

Qualifications: Excellent academic record with a law degree from a top law school; admission to the Bar of any state. Should have 15 years of securities law, corporate governance and transactional legal experience in a well-regarded law firm or comparable corporate environment, with a focus on securities disclosure, reporting and corporate governance. Substantive experience in corporate or project finance, mergers & acquisitions, and/or other complex business transactions.
Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2022-04-27

Commercial Contracts & Finance Attorney

Dallas TX Commercial Contracts and Finance Attorney Duties: Analyze and interpret existing Company agreements to provide advice and guidance. Collaborate with legal department colleagues on a variety of legal and regulatory issues, with an emphasis on supporting the Company s environmental sustainability initiatives. Provide legal support and advice to support compliance with the Company s corporate policies. Strategically manage outside counsel and budgets. Efficiently and effectively prioritize and manage concurrent projects with competing Company demands. Performs other duties requiring legal research and analysis and/or negotiations as may be requested.

Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED required. Bachelor's Degree required. Law degree from an accredited school is required. Must be a current member in good standing of a bar association. 3 years of experience with a mid-sized to a major law firm and/or in-house legal department as a practicing transactional attorney with a focus on corporate and commercial transactions required. 3 years of experience with matters involving drafting, reviewing, and negotiating a variety of commercial contracts, including non-standard agreements, for example, procurement, professional services, finance, and non-disclosure agreements required. Experience with laws, regulations and programs related to climate change and emissions (including carbon and environmental credits, offsets, and/or attribution) preferred. Experience negotiating with foreign entities, including those located in Latin America, is preferred.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-04-23

Counsel - Equity Finance / M&a

New York City NY Counsel - Equity Finance / M&A The candidate will be acting as trusted business advisor to business partners and senior management. Advising on acquisitions and divestments of interests in portfolio companies and platforms. Negotiating the establishment of joint ventures with external legal. Advising and managing participation in tender processes (PPP, BOT, alliance models, among others), principally in North and South America. Advising on tax equity transactions, with a focus on PTC transactions. Advising on transaction structuring of projects for bankability purposes. Arranging and conducting due diligence. Drafting and negotiating of the project and major transaction documentation, including share purchase agreements, shareholders agreements, articles of association, by-laws and other ancillary agreements, loan agreements, common terms agreements, security agreements, equity contribution agreements, project development agreements, BOP, EPC, and O&M contracts, teaming agreements, and concession. Advising on asset-backed financing with development financing institutions and export credit agencies. Advising on asset management and corporate governance of portfolio companies. Selecting, mandating and supervising external legal.

The candidate should have 5+ years of legal professional experience in an international environment at a major law firm or in the legal department of a large industry. Excellent academic record (J.D. required), good judgment, strong communication and decision-making. Substantial experience in private energy and infrastructure acquisition, disposition, and finance transactions. Strong experience in project finance, corporate finance, and debt capital markets. Substantial experience in joint venture agreements. Substantial experience in public-private partnerships, public procurement processes, and concession structures. Experience in merger and acquisition transactions is preferred. An approachable, easygoing, and flexible manner. Reading, speaking and writing in Spanish or Portuguese is a plus.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-04-20
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Associate General Counsel, Corporate Governance
In-House,Confidential
Location : Newark Delaware United States

What You'll Contribute The Associate General Counsel and Assistant Secretary will be a member of the Corporate Secretary team within the Legal, Government Affairs, and Corporate Communication organization, reporting to the Corporate Secretary and ... + read more

may 02, 2022


Counsel ? Payments & Digital
In-House,Citizens Financial Group.
Location : Westwood, MA, United States

Counsel - Payments and Digital The candidate will join the firm legal team, providing primary legal support for the firm?s Payments, Digital Banking, and National expansion teams. Actively collaborate with clients on financial product/feature offeri... + read more

may 17, 2022


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Attorney- Commercial Equipment Finance
Refer job# BMZI168036
 
Attorney- Commercial Equipment Finance The candidate will be drafting, reviewing, and negotiating non-standard legal documentation with customers, vendors, and funders. Will continuous updating of standard legal documentation. Coordination with and supervision of external attorneys. Undertaking legal research and analysis as required or assigned. Remaining informed and knowledgeable of the U.S. equipment finance industry and of legislation, regulations, and court cases/decisions affecting the Equipment Finance Group. Drafting and/or reviewing Firms' risk management policies and procedures. Management of and assistance with legal training projects and other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

The candidate should have a JD from an accredited law school, excellent academic credentials, and current membership in good standing with a State Bar. Must have 5-10 years of relevant commercial equipment finance experience at a law firm and/or in-house law department. Experience working in a financial services institution or equipment finance business is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Assistant General Counsel II Corporate And Finance
Refer job# RPCB167964
 
Assistant General Counsel II Corporate And Finance Responsibilities: Provide legal advice regarding matters related to Finance; Contracting and Real Estate & Facilities Support. Identify and analyze legal issues, drafting key documents, presenting clear recommendations and assuring legal compliance. Initiate routine meetings with departmental leaders to effectuate contract negotiation and regulatory compliance. Support strategic initiatives of the VP/ Deputy General Counsel and EVP/ General Counsel. Prepare, review and negotiate other business transactions. Research and special projects assigned by the VP/ Deputy General Counsel and EVP/ General Counsel. Assist OGC in preparing, circulating and filing legal opinions, contracts, corporate and other legal documents, including the preparation and submission of government reports, annual corporate reports and related filings. Research and special projects assigned by the VP/Deputy General Counsel and EVP/General Counsel. Assist each department with their efforts to prepare, negotiate and finalize related policies, procedures and agreements. Participates in a variety of Center and/or community committees as requested. Oversees and monitors the development, implementation and effectiveness of the Center's Contract Program (the "Program"). Develops and implements a strategic plan for the Program that aligns with the overall strategic plan of the Center. Maintains professional affiliations and enhances professional growth and development. Monitors the performance of the OGC and related activities on a continuous basis and takes appropriate steps to improve its effectiveness. Performs such other appropriate functions as may be assigned from time to time by the Vice President/Deputy General Counsel.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in a relevant field is a plus. Juris Doctor required. Must be licensed to practice law in the State of Florida. Must possess State Bar certification; however, does not necessarily have to be a Florida Bar Board Certificate. Should have 11 years of experience practicing law with 8 years of experience in the related areas of health law, finance; real estate; facilities, compliance, and regulatory matters. Experience supervising and managing teams of attorneys, paralegals, and support staff for maximum efficiency is preferred. Demonstrated knowledge of healthcare laws and regulations. Excellent management, negotiating, policy drafting, interpersonal, business, contract drafting, and writing skills are required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Finance Counsel
Refer job# TKSX167905
 
Senior Finance Counsel The candidate will provide legal advice and support (structuring, diligence, negotiation, etc.) on broad spectrum of commercial finance transactions, including without limitation, acquisition finance, asset based lending, subscription and capital call lines, technology and innovation, life sciences, software and emerging technology, early stage companies, warehouse lending, equipment finance, resort finance, franchise finance, public finance and commercial real estate. Advise and participate in the development of credit and lending policies, procedures and quality control programs. Autonomously handle routine and complex business transactions, including drafting and negotiating legal documents. Manage outside counsel on special assets and collection matters. Direct or participate on strategic teams to develop and implement Company products and initiatives. Advise the Company regarding compliance with laws and regulations applicable to commercial bank lenders. Oversee the work of outside counsel for various engagements on behalf of the Company. Advise the bank with respect to compliance with applicable lending laws and regulations. Participate in company and department initiatives, as needed. Oversee attorney or non-attorney staff as necessary to ensure the delivery of quality legal services.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctor from an accredited law school. Active license to practice law in Arizona, California, Colorado or other U.S. jurisdictions. Should have 6+ years of relevant experience or training in private practice or in-house. Advanced knowledge in a broad spectrum of commercial finance transactions, including deal structuring, origination, workout and enforcement. Exceptional writing, drafting and negotiating skills; ability to synthesize legal research and concepts and translate into business guidance. Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills. Exceptional organizational and time management skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Commercial Bank - Structured Finance And Leveraged Lending Director, Assistant General Counsel
Refer job# PMJT167925
 
Commercial Bank - Structured Finance And Leveraged Lending Director, Assistant General Counsel Responsibilities: Providing deal support on structured finance transactions, including structuring, documentation review and negotiation and collaboration with partners across the bank. Managing and developing a group of key outside counsel partners to work with the business to deliver market-leading advice to assist the teams in building the franchise. Representing Capital One at trade associations and being a leader in the lending, structured finance, and fund finance community from a regulatory and market perspective in order to bring to Capital One market intelligence and best practices. Working seamlessly with Capital One s first-class legal team to deliver a wider variety of customer cutting edge technology banking products. Working with Capital One s enterprise regulatory litigation, and corporate transaction team on regulatory reputational and compliance issues . Working with the business associates on foreign lending questions and developing an internal framework to lend to Capital One s US customers overseas. Managing all legal issues in connection with maintaining a portfolio of liens. Manage form document libraries, including form development and identification of market leading digital tools to assist with legal operations.

Qualifications: Juris Doctor and an active member in good standing with the New York State Bar or the ability to be admitted to the New York Bar on motion or registered in-house counsel. Should have 6 years of experience as an attorney in a law firm or an in-house legal department. Strong internal counsel experience in the structured finance area, complex leverage lending products, fund finance, leveraged credit, and capital markets. Ability and willingness to work as a team player to manage efficient processes, get issues resolved across organizational boundaries and build collegial and effective relationships with business leaders, attorneys, paralegals, project managers, and administrative assistants at all levels of the company. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with minimal supervision.

Preferred Qualifications: Should have 7+ years at an Am Law 100 law firm or in-house legal department experience in complex commercial lending transactions, including fund finance, asset-based, cash flow, and acquisition financings, as well as CLO/ABS structures. Experience with sponsor-backed finance and structured finance transactions. Knowledge of laws and regulations applicable to commercial lending, including consumer and mortgage-related issues. Demonstrated ability to get issues resolved across organizational borders.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Direct Lending/finance Attorney
Refer job# IULL167800
 
Direct Lending/Finance Attorney The candidate will have intimate familiarity with credit documentation including, credit agreements, bond indentures, and inter-creditor agreements. Should have strong problem-solving skills and a demonstrated ability to take initiative, work independently, and critically analyze various issues associated with sophisticated investment arrangements and debt transactions. Should have excellent written and oral communication skills. Innovative, proactive, and solutions-oriented. A resilient self-starter with exceptional people skills. Should be able to adapt quickly and appropriately in accordance with the constant evolution in which GPIM operates. Willing to take on a broad variety of tasks to accomplish project-specific goals. Should have Juris Doctor from accredited law school; 8-10 years of finance industry experience.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Assistant General Counsel, M&a, Securities And Finance
Refer job# SSEY167759
 
Senior Assistant General Counsel, M&A, Securities and Finance Responsibilities: Oversee the preparation of all SEC filings, including 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, S-8s, and Section 16 filings. Manage and review the annual proxy statement process and the annual stockholders' meeting. Collaborate with Chegg's Finance, Accounting, IR, and Communications teams on external communications such as earnings releases, investor presentations, and press releases. Lead corporate finance transactions (e.g. common stock offerings, convertible debt offerings, etc.). Partner with Strategy and Corporate Development team on domestic and international mergers & acquisitions and minority/venture investments. Responsible for the oversight of term sheets (IOIs and LOIs), managing deal and due diligence processes, negotiating definitive transaction documentation, structuring transactions, and managing outside counsel. Assist with the development and disclosure of Chegg's ESG initiatives. Work closely with Chegg's Human Resources and Stock Administration teams to support executive compensation matters and administer Chegg's equity plans, Insider Trading Policy, and 10b5-1 plans. Supervise certain corporate governance matters, including international subsidiary governance and corporate secretarial matters. Ensure compliance with SEC and NYSE rules and regulations. Assist with legal, risk management, and other policies and related matters. Management responsibilities across the legal team. Recruit strategically and assist the legal team in scaling to align with the expanding needs of a rapidly growing international business. Work closely with, mentor, train, and support the success of the Senior Counsel, M&A, Securities, and Finance, who will report to this role.

Qualifications: J.D. and a member of at least one US state bar (with eligibility to become a registered in-house counsel in California) with excellent academic credentials. Should have 6-10 years of relevant experience. 4-6 years at a top-tier law firm are required. In-house legal experience at a large public technology company is preferred. Significant 33 and 34 Act disclosure and reporting experience. Extensive M&A, investment, and corporate finance experience, including in a primary legal lead role. Excellent verbal and written communication skills in all interactions with senior management, corporate departments, and all levels of employees. Exceptional organizational skills with the ability to manage multiple transactions simultaneously and multitask in a fast-paced environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Counsel, Structured Finance
Refer job# YUZM167681
 
Senior Counsel, Structured Finance The candidate will draft, negotiate, review and interpret agreements covering 's debt facilities. Manage outside counsel and support colleagues to ensure business initiatives are executed timely and accurately. Advise business clients on legal issues and risks, company policies, and business strategy. Assist in creating and improving agreements, processes and templates as continues to scale, develop new products and enter new markets. Exercise sound judgment when negotiating key business and legal terms. Advise and support Legal and Finance teams to operationalize financing transactions.

The candidate should have a J.D. from an accredited law school, and be a member of the Bar (in good standing) in the state in which you will work (or eligible to register as in-house counsel, if required). Should have 5-8 years legal work experience, with mid- to senior-level structured finance and/or securitization experience at a top-rated law firm. Solid understanding of capital markets transactions (esp. asset warehouses and/or securitizations), with real estate, single family rental, senior/mezzanine financing, and/or mortgage loan financing and secondary sales experience a plus. Ability to work independently, think creatively and flexibly, and provide practical legal solutions and concrete, easy-to-understand legal advice. Must enjoy working collaboratively with finance and business operations team members in a fast-paced environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
SVP and Associate General Counsel - Corporate Affairs and Finance
Refer job# GSQK167683
 
SVP and Associate General Counsel - Corporate Affairs and Finance Duties: Providing legal services in support of all functions and duties of the corporate secretary, including preparation for Board of Directors and Shareholders meetings; management of the proxy process and preparation of all related materials. Advising General Counsel on corporate governance matters, securities exchange reporting and compliance; including 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, proxy statements, annual reports, and Forms 3, 4, and 5 insider trading reports. Maintaining, administering and improving MVW's certificate of incorporation, bylaws, committee charters, governance policies, insider trading policy, and related party transactions policy in compliance with best practices and law. Providing legal services related to SEC disclosure and reporting, securities law compliance, securities aspects of transactions, investor relations, communications and corporate finance; coordinating with other parts of the Law Department and MVW business partners on various transactions related to corporate transactions. Monitoring ISS, Corporate Library, and other shareholder service ratings. Participating in finance transactions, including corporate debt and equity issuances, bank credit facilities, timeshare note securitizations, and letters of credit; equity, joint venture and structured investments; support for the risk management department; and support for extraordinary transactions. Dealing with a broad array of issues, including securities, corporate organization and governance, financing, investment, tax, and risk management-related issues. Managing, structuring, negotiating and executing complex projects, supervising outside counsel, coordinating treasury, accounting, financing, investor relations, communications, tax, insurance, and risk management issues within MVW, and working with institutional shareholders, the SEC, securities exchange, other regulators, corporate governance bodies, owners, developers, lenders and other parties and stakeholders across varied cultures and legal environments. Overseeing legal support for the mortgage bank areas of MVW, providing legal advice and managing oversight, and serving as primary liaison with outside counsel handling MVW loan origination, servicing, and collection issues. Providing general legal advice and counsel regarding compliance with various laws and regulations relating to mortgage bank operations, including the Consumer Credit Protection Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Electronic Funds transfer (Reg. E),Equal Credit Opportunity Act, Fair Housing Act, FTC Holder in Due Course Rule, RESPA, Right to Financial Privacy Act, Soldiers & Sailors Civil Relief Act, Truth in Lending Act, and Gramm Leach Bliley. Providing legal support and advice to MVW's Owner Services and Loan Servicing Departments. Be responsible for own work and contribute to team, department, and/or business results. Set priorities and measurable objectives. Monitor and report on the process, progress, and results. Direct work of non-management staff when appropriate. Influence work of cross-functional, multi-disciplinary or extended teams. Acting in a consultative fashion to implement programs impacting the broader organization. Assisting in the development and communication of broader organizational goals. Achieving results against budget within the scope of responsibility. Taking calculated risks to move the department or team forward. Developing and using systems to organize and keep track of information. Balancing the interests of the ownership group with the interests of the organization. Working with others to identify and remove barriers to success. Readily critique own behavior to acknowledge mistakes and improve future leadership performance. Act independently to improve and increase skills and knowledge.

Qualifications: Excellent academic record with a law degree from a top law school; admission to the Bar of any state. Should have 15 years of securities law, corporate governance and transactional legal experience in a well-regarded law firm or comparable corporate environment, with a focus on securities disclosure, reporting and corporate governance. Substantive experience in corporate or project finance, mergers & acquisitions, and/or other complex business transactions.
 
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Commercial Contracts & Finance Attorney
Refer job# OHDW167503
 
Commercial Contracts and Finance Attorney Duties: Analyze and interpret existing Company agreements to provide advice and guidance. Collaborate with legal department colleagues on a variety of legal and regulatory issues, with an emphasis on supporting the Company s environmental sustainability initiatives. Provide legal support and advice to support compliance with the Company s corporate policies. Strategically manage outside counsel and budgets. Efficiently and effectively prioritize and manage concurrent projects with competing Company demands. Performs other duties requiring legal research and analysis and/or negotiations as may be requested.

Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED required. Bachelor's Degree required. Law degree from an accredited school is required. Must be a current member in good standing of a bar association. 3 years of experience with a mid-sized to a major law firm and/or in-house legal department as a practicing transactional attorney with a focus on corporate and commercial transactions required. 3 years of experience with matters involving drafting, reviewing, and negotiating a variety of commercial contracts, including non-standard agreements, for example, procurement, professional services, finance, and non-disclosure agreements required. Experience with laws, regulations and programs related to climate change and emissions (including carbon and environmental credits, offsets, and/or attribution) preferred. Experience negotiating with foreign entities, including those located in Latin America, is preferred.
 
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Counsel - Equity Finance / M&a
Refer job# LSER167406
 
Counsel - Equity Finance / M&A The candidate will be acting as trusted business advisor to business partners and senior management. Advising on acquisitions and divestments of interests in portfolio companies and platforms. Negotiating the establishment of joint ventures with external legal. Advising and managing participation in tender processes (PPP, BOT, alliance models, among others), principally in North and South America. Advising on tax equity transactions, with a focus on PTC transactions. Advising on transaction structuring of projects for bankability purposes. Arranging and conducting due diligence. Drafting and negotiating of the project and major transaction documentation, including share purchase agreements, shareholders agreements, articles of association, by-laws and other ancillary agreements, loan agreements, common terms agreements, security agreements, equity contribution agreements, project development agreements, BOP, EPC, and O&M contracts, teaming agreements, and concession. Advising on asset-backed financing with development financing institutions and export credit agencies. Advising on asset management and corporate governance of portfolio companies. Selecting, mandating and supervising external legal.

The candidate should have 5+ years of legal professional experience in an international environment at a major law firm or in the legal department of a large industry. Excellent academic record (J.D. required), good judgment, strong communication and decision-making. Substantial experience in private energy and infrastructure acquisition, disposition, and finance transactions. Strong experience in project finance, corporate finance, and debt capital markets. Substantial experience in joint venture agreements. Substantial experience in public-private partnerships, public procurement processes, and concession structures. Experience in merger and acquisition transactions is preferred. An approachable, easygoing, and flexible manner. Reading, speaking and writing in Spanish or Portuguese is a plus.
 
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