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Legal- Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Commercial Real Estate Finance

Chicago IL Legal- Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Commercial Real Estate Finance The candidate responsibilities will include: Advise and counsel bankers and credit partners on structuring and documenting transactions. Assist with title, lease, and organizational due diligence issues. Identify and mitigate risks and regulatory issues. Provide legal interpretations of regulations and guidance on their applicability to the policies, procedures and real estate finance transactions. Participate in project teams relating to regulatory matters, regulatory examinations, communication with regulators on proposed regulations, and interpretation of existing regulations. Support workout and restructuring transactions, asset bankruptcy and litigation attorney. Provide legal support for - management and sale of foreclosed real estate. Work with government relations and trade associations on legislative and regulatory matters. Review proposed new or modified products, businesses, practices and procedures, and identify any legal and regulatory issues. Prepare and update standard forms and procedures. Provide training for bankers. Manage outside counsel. JD degree or educational equivalent required. Should have 5+ years of relevant experience, preferably with a medium to large sized law firm or as in house counsel at a financial institution. Must have knowledge about commercial real estate laws, banking regulations and finance. Good communication skills (oral and written) required. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-15

Legal- Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Commercial Real Estate Finance

Plano TX Legal- Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Commercial Real Estate Finance The candidate responsibilities will include: Advise and counsel bankers and credit partners on structuring and documenting transactions. Assist with title, lease, and organizational due diligence issues. Identify and mitigate risks and regulatory issues. Provide legal interpretations of regulations and guidance on their applicability to the policies, procedures and real estate finance transactions. Participate in project teams relating to regulatory matters, regulatory examinations, communication with regulators on proposed regulations, and interpretation of existing regulations. Support workout and restructuring transactions, asset bankruptcy and litigation attorney. Provide legal support for - management and sale of foreclosed real estate. Work with government relations and trade associations on legislative and regulatory matters. Review proposed new or modified products, businesses, practices and procedures, and identify any legal and regulatory issues. Prepare and update standard forms and procedures. Provide training for bankers. Manage outside counsel. JD degree or educational equivalent required. Should have 5+ years of relevant experience, preferably with a medium to large sized law firm or as in house counsel at a financial institution. Must have knowledge about commercial real estate laws, banking regulations and finance. Good communication skills (oral and written) required. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-15

Associate General Counsel - Real Estate And Finance

Chicago IL Associate General Counsel - Real Estate and Finance The candidate will assist transactions relating to anchor store and big box development, including retail, multi-family and office leases, ground leases, sales, acquisitions, land swaps, subdivisions, reciprocal easement agreements, declarations of covenants and conditions, development agreements, supplemental agreements, easement and license agreements and an array of other development related agreements. Will assist on transactions for individual and multi-property / portfolio acquisitions and dispositions and coordinate all aspects of the transaction and closing process, including conducting due diligence, monitoring contingencies, reviewing and preparing title objections, conducting title and survey and environmental reviews, clearing title and survey matters, and prepare closing documents. Sophisticated real estate finance transactions, including individual and portfolio mortgage loans, construction loans, mezzanine loans, corporate facilities, and loan servicing matters. Joint venture agreements, contribution agreements, and property management and leasing agreements. Big-box retail leases with sophisticated national tenants. Commercial condominium documents, planned unit developments, zoning changes and variances, entitlement procurement, annexation agreements, municipal financing and incentive agreements, subdivision agreements, and development agreements for both retail and mixed-use projects. Conduct documentation research of rights, obligations and restrictions contained in existing leases, reciprocal easement agreements and other complex property agreements, and provide both technical and practical analysis and recommendations to internal clients concerning legal issues, including preparation of documentation necessary to secure third party approvals. Select, retain, and manage the activities of outside counsel as necessary to effectively leverage expertise, including oversight of transactions and documents and review of legal fee budgets and staffing.

The candidate should have J.D. degree from a leading law school, with proven academic success. Must have 6 years of relevant transactional and commercial real estate experience with a law firm and/or corporation. Must have proven ability to independently, and on a first-chair basis, structure, draft, negotiate, manage and close sophisticated real estate, development and financing transactions.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-09

Counsel, Commercial Finance

Parsippany NJ Counsel, Commercial Finance Duties: Provide daily support to the Operations staff of the Companys Equipment Finance group by being the primary legal contact for documentation issues and legal questions on transactions with obligors. Review transaction-related agreements, including forms and templates submitted by Vendors and other third parties, for acceptability by TIAA. Such agreements may include Master Leases, Lease Schedules, short form leases, Installment Payment Agreements, Loan and Security Agreements, Equipment Finance Agreements and other ancillary documents that are submitted by Vendors for purchase by TIAA. Review Vendor Agreements, Master Purchase Agreements, Master Assignment Agreements and similar contracts pursuant to which a buy-sell relationship is established. Assist with day-to-day legal matters regarding IT and asset management contract reviews, non-disclosure agreements, customer complaints, marketing materials, etc.

Qualifications: Law degree from an accredited institution and admitted to practice in NJ and/or NY. 1 + years Commercial Equipment Leasing experience preferred. Prior experience in commercial finance industry or in commercial banking is preferred. Independent problem solving. High level analytical and interpersonal skills. Strong legal drafting ability. Effective oral communications skills. Proficiency on Microsoft Office and Adobe, including ability to create redlined documents and track legal drafts through multiple iterations. Must have a high level of organization and multi-tasking skills. Ability to interact with entry level employees, managers and outside legal counsel. Ability to draft and negotiate legal documents. Proficient in research and analysis. Knowledge of applicable statutes and regulations.
Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-06

Leveraged and Acquisition Finance Coverage Attorney

New York City NY Leveraged and Acquisition Finance Coverage Attorney The candidate will work in the institutional securities (investment banking and global capital markets) legal group, focusing on leveraged and acquisition finance transactions, including: acquisition finance, loan and bond financings, liability management, relationship lending and letters of credit. Will help advise on disclosure for loan and bond syndications, execution, risk and commitment committee matters, as well as work on other investment banking/capital markets-related projects. Take on direct responsibility and support leading capital markets and investment banking businesses. Must have 5-10 years of (law firm and/or in-house) legal experience. New York State Bar admission / license is required. Should have knowledge of the leveraged lending loan market, securities laws, and related rules and regulations. Experience with commitment letters, engagement letters, credit agreements, underwriting agreements, indemnities, comfort letters and related lending and securities offering documentation/deliverables is needed. Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2019-05-27

Counsel, Commercial Finance

Parsippany NJ Counsel, Commercial Finance The candidate will provide daily support to the Operations staff of the Company s Equipment Finance group by being the primary legal contact for documentation issues and legal questions on transactions with obligors. Will peview transaction-related agreements, including forms and templates submitted by Vendors and other third parties, for acceptability by firm. Such agreements may include Master Leases, Lease Schedules, short form leases, Installment Payment Agreements, Loan and Security Agreements, Equipment Finance Agreements and other ancillary documents that are submitted by Vendors for purchase by firm. Review Vendor Agreements, Master Purchase Agreements, Master Assignment Agreements and similar contracts pursuant to which a buy-sell relationship is established. Assist with day-to-day legal matters regarding IT and asset management contract reviews, non-disclosure agreements, customer complaints, marketing materials, etc.

The candidate should have a Law degree from an accredited institution and admitted to practice in NJ and/or NY. Prior experience in commercial finance industry or in commercial banking is preferred. Should preferably have 1-3 years of commercial equipment leasing experience. High level analytical and interpersonal skills are essential. Strong legal drafting ability is needed. Effective oral communications skills are essential. Proficiency on Microsoft Office and Adobe, including ability to create redlined documents and track legal drafts through multiple iterations needed. Knowledge of applicable statutes and regulations are essential.
Legal 1 - 3 Full-time 2019-05-23

Managing Counsel, Finance

Houston TX Managing Counsel, Finance The candidate will work as a team member and independently to provide legal support to the Finance and Treasury teams. Provide legal advice in connection with the structuring and execution of Finance transactions. Assist in general commercial and corporate matters. Deliver timely and quality legal services to clients; manage inside and outside legal resources effectively and develop strong relationships in a hard-working, fast-moving and ever-changing business environment. Support a variety of corporate transactional functions. Draft, negotiate and interpret a wide variety of financing agreements, commercial contracts and related agreements with clients and third parties. Manage other day-to-day legal and business projects as necessary. Support commercial initiatives and management of outside counsel as appropriate.

The candidate must have experience working in a large sophisticated law firm and/or in-house energy practice with significant financial/commercial transactional experience. Should have Bachelor's and JD degree with strong academic credentials. Must have 12+ years of experience with a top law firm or sophisticated in-house practice with significant transactional expertise in the energy sector including corporate and project finance experience. Must have understanding of MLP structure. Should have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to effectively interact with all levels within the organization, including senior management. Must have ability to think critically, solve problems independently and exercise excellent judgment and common sense.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2019-05-18

Counsel - SEC, Finance, Mergers and Acquisitions

Hershey PA Counsel - SEC, Finance, Mergers and Acquisitions The candidate will be responsible for assisting the Vice President & Deputy General Counsel - Governance, M&A and Commercial in setting strategic direction for the M&A function within the Legal Department and supporting all legal-related M&A activities, including drafting and negotiating non-disclosure agreements, asset and stock purchase/sale agreements, joint venture and partnership agreements and other strategic partnership-related documents, coordinating and overseeing due diligence activities for the Legal Department globally and working closely with the Companys M&A team to oversee due diligence on an enterprise-wide scale. Responsibility for coordinating and completing all SEC/NYSE filings related to M&A activities and for serving as the legal representative to the Companys integration team, responsible for helping ensure new acquisition ventures are successfully incorporated into the Companys ongoing business operations. Ensure compliance with securities laws, rules and regulations. Prepare and file Forms 8-K, 10-Q and 10-K, registration statements, proxy statements and all related filings. Maintain governance policies and practices, including corporate governance guidelines, committee charters and other governing documents. Advise members of senior management and the Board of Directors regarding securities and corporate governance activities, trends and best practices. Review, advise and assist with filing/publishing quarterly earnings releases, investor presentations, quarterly and annual reports and other public communications. Advise on all executive compensation activities, maintain and update form equity award agreements and oversee section 16 officer filings and related-activities. Advise on tax, audit and treasury activities, including Company share repurchase programs, legal organizational structure matters, quarterly legal reserves, the purchase and maintenance of tax credits, bond issuances and compliance with the Companys revolving credit agreement. Draft and negotiate non-disclosure agreements, asset and stock purchase/sale agreements, joint venture and partnership agreements and other strategic partnership-related documents. Oversee and coordinate due diligence activities. Prioritize and implement M&A projects in support of Legal business operations. Provide risk-aware, actionable legal advice on M&A projects and initiatives. Coordinate and complete M&A-related filings (SEC, NYSE, HSR) and respond to relevant inquiries (FINRA). Lead integration efforts for Legal Department. Develop and deliver annual budget to ensure consistent, predictable spend. Develop and use diagnostic tools and approaches to measure effectiveness, including but not limited to qualitative data collection, surveys, metrics and scorecards. Analyze data and identify trends and opportunities to improve organizational agility and ability to predict and react to changes in the competitive market.

The candidate must have Juris Doctor (J.D.). Should be admitted to practice in Pennsylvania or the ability to obtain a limited corporate counsel license in Pennsylvania. Should have 4+ years of relevant experience with a major law firm or public corporation. Must have experience in supervising and coordinating outside legal counsel and other advisors. Should have experience and knowledge in risk management and evaluation. Should preferably have experience in regulatory and/or packaged goods environment. Must have 4+ years of experience managing securities, corporate governance and corporate finance matters at a large law firm or global public corporation. Should have ability to provide legal advice and support across the lifecycle of mergers, acquisitions and divestitures. Must have deep familiarity and experience with SEC/NYSE rules and filings, FINRA, HSR and other M&A-related rules and regulations.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-05-16
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Risk Consultant- Technology Emphasis
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Location : Richfield, MN, United States

Risk Consultant- Technology Emphasis The candidate is responsible for managing, monitoring and coordinating Third Party Risk Management (TPRM) activities for assigned business line(s) and portfolios with an emphasis on Third Parties that are typical... + read more

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Senior Attorney
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Legal- Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Commercial Real Estate Finance
Refer job# GJCE144546
 
Legal- Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Commercial Real Estate Finance The candidate responsibilities will include: Advise and counsel bankers and credit partners on structuring and documenting transactions. Assist with title, lease, and organizational due diligence issues. Identify and mitigate risks and regulatory issues. Provide legal interpretations of regulations and guidance on their applicability to the policies, procedures and real estate finance transactions. Participate in project teams relating to regulatory matters, regulatory examinations, communication with regulators on proposed regulations, and interpretation of existing regulations. Support workout and restructuring transactions, asset bankruptcy and litigation attorney. Provide legal support for - management and sale of foreclosed real estate. Work with government relations and trade associations on legislative and regulatory matters. Review proposed new or modified products, businesses, practices and procedures, and identify any legal and regulatory issues. Prepare and update standard forms and procedures. Provide training for bankers. Manage outside counsel. JD degree or educational equivalent required. Should have 5+ years of relevant experience, preferably with a medium to large sized law firm or as in house counsel at a financial institution. Must have knowledge about commercial real estate laws, banking regulations and finance. Good communication skills (oral and written) required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Legal- Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Commercial Real Estate Finance
Refer job# ECFV144547
 
Legal- Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Commercial Real Estate Finance The candidate responsibilities will include: Advise and counsel bankers and credit partners on structuring and documenting transactions. Assist with title, lease, and organizational due diligence issues. Identify and mitigate risks and regulatory issues. Provide legal interpretations of regulations and guidance on their applicability to the policies, procedures and real estate finance transactions. Participate in project teams relating to regulatory matters, regulatory examinations, communication with regulators on proposed regulations, and interpretation of existing regulations. Support workout and restructuring transactions, asset bankruptcy and litigation attorney. Provide legal support for - management and sale of foreclosed real estate. Work with government relations and trade associations on legislative and regulatory matters. Review proposed new or modified products, businesses, practices and procedures, and identify any legal and regulatory issues. Prepare and update standard forms and procedures. Provide training for bankers. Manage outside counsel. JD degree or educational equivalent required. Should have 5+ years of relevant experience, preferably with a medium to large sized law firm or as in house counsel at a financial institution. Must have knowledge about commercial real estate laws, banking regulations and finance. Good communication skills (oral and written) required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel - Real Estate And Finance
Refer job# XLWN144435
 
Associate General Counsel - Real Estate and Finance The candidate will assist transactions relating to anchor store and big box development, including retail, multi-family and office leases, ground leases, sales, acquisitions, land swaps, subdivisions, reciprocal easement agreements, declarations of covenants and conditions, development agreements, supplemental agreements, easement and license agreements and an array of other development related agreements. Will assist on transactions for individual and multi-property / portfolio acquisitions and dispositions and coordinate all aspects of the transaction and closing process, including conducting due diligence, monitoring contingencies, reviewing and preparing title objections, conducting title and survey and environmental reviews, clearing title and survey matters, and prepare closing documents. Sophisticated real estate finance transactions, including individual and portfolio mortgage loans, construction loans, mezzanine loans, corporate facilities, and loan servicing matters. Joint venture agreements, contribution agreements, and property management and leasing agreements. Big-box retail leases with sophisticated national tenants. Commercial condominium documents, planned unit developments, zoning changes and variances, entitlement procurement, annexation agreements, municipal financing and incentive agreements, subdivision agreements, and development agreements for both retail and mixed-use projects. Conduct documentation research of rights, obligations and restrictions contained in existing leases, reciprocal easement agreements and other complex property agreements, and provide both technical and practical analysis and recommendations to internal clients concerning legal issues, including preparation of documentation necessary to secure third party approvals. Select, retain, and manage the activities of outside counsel as necessary to effectively leverage expertise, including oversight of transactions and documents and review of legal fee budgets and staffing.

The candidate should have J.D. degree from a leading law school, with proven academic success. Must have 6 years of relevant transactional and commercial real estate experience with a law firm and/or corporation. Must have proven ability to independently, and on a first-chair basis, structure, draft, negotiate, manage and close sophisticated real estate, development and financing transactions.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Counsel, Commercial Finance
Refer job# KRQW144377
 
Counsel, Commercial Finance Duties: Provide daily support to the Operations staff of the Companys Equipment Finance group by being the primary legal contact for documentation issues and legal questions on transactions with obligors. Review transaction-related agreements, including forms and templates submitted by Vendors and other third parties, for acceptability by TIAA. Such agreements may include Master Leases, Lease Schedules, short form leases, Installment Payment Agreements, Loan and Security Agreements, Equipment Finance Agreements and other ancillary documents that are submitted by Vendors for purchase by TIAA. Review Vendor Agreements, Master Purchase Agreements, Master Assignment Agreements and similar contracts pursuant to which a buy-sell relationship is established. Assist with day-to-day legal matters regarding IT and asset management contract reviews, non-disclosure agreements, customer complaints, marketing materials, etc.

Qualifications: Law degree from an accredited institution and admitted to practice in NJ and/or NY. 1 + years Commercial Equipment Leasing experience preferred. Prior experience in commercial finance industry or in commercial banking is preferred. Independent problem solving. High level analytical and interpersonal skills. Strong legal drafting ability. Effective oral communications skills. Proficiency on Microsoft Office and Adobe, including ability to create redlined documents and track legal drafts through multiple iterations. Must have a high level of organization and multi-tasking skills. Ability to interact with entry level employees, managers and outside legal counsel. Ability to draft and negotiate legal documents. Proficient in research and analysis. Knowledge of applicable statutes and regulations.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Leveraged and Acquisition Finance Coverage Attorney
Refer job# CYUC144241
 
Leveraged and Acquisition Finance Coverage Attorney The candidate will work in the institutional securities (investment banking and global capital markets) legal group, focusing on leveraged and acquisition finance transactions, including: acquisition finance, loan and bond financings, liability management, relationship lending and letters of credit. Will help advise on disclosure for loan and bond syndications, execution, risk and commitment committee matters, as well as work on other investment banking/capital markets-related projects. Take on direct responsibility and support leading capital markets and investment banking businesses. Must have 5-10 years of (law firm and/or in-house) legal experience. New York State Bar admission / license is required. Should have knowledge of the leveraged lending loan market, securities laws, and related rules and regulations. Experience with commitment letters, engagement letters, credit agreements, underwriting agreements, indemnities, comfort letters and related lending and securities offering documentation/deliverables is needed.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Counsel, Commercial Finance
Refer job# ZETH144192
 
Counsel, Commercial Finance The candidate will provide daily support to the Operations staff of the Company s Equipment Finance group by being the primary legal contact for documentation issues and legal questions on transactions with obligors. Will peview transaction-related agreements, including forms and templates submitted by Vendors and other third parties, for acceptability by firm. Such agreements may include Master Leases, Lease Schedules, short form leases, Installment Payment Agreements, Loan and Security Agreements, Equipment Finance Agreements and other ancillary documents that are submitted by Vendors for purchase by firm. Review Vendor Agreements, Master Purchase Agreements, Master Assignment Agreements and similar contracts pursuant to which a buy-sell relationship is established. Assist with day-to-day legal matters regarding IT and asset management contract reviews, non-disclosure agreements, customer complaints, marketing materials, etc.

The candidate should have a Law degree from an accredited institution and admitted to practice in NJ and/or NY. Prior experience in commercial finance industry or in commercial banking is preferred. Should preferably have 1-3 years of commercial equipment leasing experience. High level analytical and interpersonal skills are essential. Strong legal drafting ability is needed. Effective oral communications skills are essential. Proficiency on Microsoft Office and Adobe, including ability to create redlined documents and track legal drafts through multiple iterations needed. Knowledge of applicable statutes and regulations are essential.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Managing Counsel, Finance
Refer job# UOJS144058
 
Managing Counsel, Finance The candidate will work as a team member and independently to provide legal support to the Finance and Treasury teams. Provide legal advice in connection with the structuring and execution of Finance transactions. Assist in general commercial and corporate matters. Deliver timely and quality legal services to clients; manage inside and outside legal resources effectively and develop strong relationships in a hard-working, fast-moving and ever-changing business environment. Support a variety of corporate transactional functions. Draft, negotiate and interpret a wide variety of financing agreements, commercial contracts and related agreements with clients and third parties. Manage other day-to-day legal and business projects as necessary. Support commercial initiatives and management of outside counsel as appropriate.

The candidate must have experience working in a large sophisticated law firm and/or in-house energy practice with significant financial/commercial transactional experience. Should have Bachelor's and JD degree with strong academic credentials. Must have 12+ years of experience with a top law firm or sophisticated in-house practice with significant transactional expertise in the energy sector including corporate and project finance experience. Must have understanding of MLP structure. Should have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to effectively interact with all levels within the organization, including senior management. Must have ability to think critically, solve problems independently and exercise excellent judgment and common sense.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Counsel - SEC, Finance, Mergers and Acquisitions
Refer job# AXWJ144015
 
Counsel - SEC, Finance, Mergers and Acquisitions The candidate will be responsible for assisting the Vice President & Deputy General Counsel - Governance, M&A and Commercial in setting strategic direction for the M&A function within the Legal Department and supporting all legal-related M&A activities, including drafting and negotiating non-disclosure agreements, asset and stock purchase/sale agreements, joint venture and partnership agreements and other strategic partnership-related documents, coordinating and overseeing due diligence activities for the Legal Department globally and working closely with the Companys M&A team to oversee due diligence on an enterprise-wide scale. Responsibility for coordinating and completing all SEC/NYSE filings related to M&A activities and for serving as the legal representative to the Companys integration team, responsible for helping ensure new acquisition ventures are successfully incorporated into the Companys ongoing business operations. Ensure compliance with securities laws, rules and regulations. Prepare and file Forms 8-K, 10-Q and 10-K, registration statements, proxy statements and all related filings. Maintain governance policies and practices, including corporate governance guidelines, committee charters and other governing documents. Advise members of senior management and the Board of Directors regarding securities and corporate governance activities, trends and best practices. Review, advise and assist with filing/publishing quarterly earnings releases, investor presentations, quarterly and annual reports and other public communications. Advise on all executive compensation activities, maintain and update form equity award agreements and oversee section 16 officer filings and related-activities. Advise on tax, audit and treasury activities, including Company share repurchase programs, legal organizational structure matters, quarterly legal reserves, the purchase and maintenance of tax credits, bond issuances and compliance with the Companys revolving credit agreement. Draft and negotiate non-disclosure agreements, asset and stock purchase/sale agreements, joint venture and partnership agreements and other strategic partnership-related documents. Oversee and coordinate due diligence activities. Prioritize and implement M&A projects in support of Legal business operations. Provide risk-aware, actionable legal advice on M&A projects and initiatives. Coordinate and complete M&A-related filings (SEC, NYSE, HSR) and respond to relevant inquiries (FINRA). Lead integration efforts for Legal Department. Develop and deliver annual budget to ensure consistent, predictable spend. Develop and use diagnostic tools and approaches to measure effectiveness, including but not limited to qualitative data collection, surveys, metrics and scorecards. Analyze data and identify trends and opportunities to improve organizational agility and ability to predict and react to changes in the competitive market.

The candidate must have Juris Doctor (J.D.). Should be admitted to practice in Pennsylvania or the ability to obtain a limited corporate counsel license in Pennsylvania. Should have 4+ years of relevant experience with a major law firm or public corporation. Must have experience in supervising and coordinating outside legal counsel and other advisors. Should have experience and knowledge in risk management and evaluation. Should preferably have experience in regulatory and/or packaged goods environment. Must have 4+ years of experience managing securities, corporate governance and corporate finance matters at a large law firm or global public corporation. Should have ability to provide legal advice and support across the lifecycle of mergers, acquisitions and divestitures. Must have deep familiarity and experience with SEC/NYSE rules and filings, FINRA, HSR and other M&A-related rules and regulations.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 

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