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Vp, Assistant General Counsel- Us Prime Brokerage And Equity Finance

Chicago IL VP, Assistant General Counsel- US Prime Brokerage and Equity Finance Duties: Managing actual and potential litigation and enforcement matters, including internal reviews and investigations related to such matters. Advising on products and services, including contract negotiation and documentation. Advising on offering and marketing documents and new business initiatives. Managing dispute resolution. Interpreting existing laws, rules and regulations, and advising on changes thereto. Advising on advocacy in connection with contemplated and proposed laws, rules and regulations, and. Providing legal advice to the board of directors, the business and functions. Legal selects, engages and manages outside counsel for the firm on all matters in which outside counsel is engaged.

Qualifications: JD Degree or educational equivalent required. 5+ years experience with a major law firm (or equivalent in-house experience). Must have 5+ years of experience practicing law post-JD Degree. Must be in compliance with all relevant licensing requirements including the requirements of the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment. Must successfully complete a conflicts of interest clearance review prior to commencement of employment. Familiarity with law and regulation relating to UCC, SEC customer protection and regulatory capital, Reg SHO, SIPA, bank regulation, hedge funds, and bankruptcy laws. Experience negotiating trading agreements, especially prime brokerage agreements, control agreements, and/or stock loan agreements helpful; experience with ISDA, master confirms, and repo master agreements also would be a plus. Excellent drafting and analytical skills. Strong interpersonal skills; ability to develop and maintain internal and external client relationships.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-04

Senior Counsel M&a And Corporate Finance

Gaithersburg MD Senior Counsel M&a And Corporate Finance The candidate will reporting to the Assistant General Counsel, Corporate, Securities and Transactions (CST) team, the Senior Counsel will be responsible primarily for drafting, negotiating and executing agreements supporting (a) key mergers and acquisitions (M&A), licensing and collaboration transactions and (b) capital market, credit or bank financing and real estate transactions. In addition, the Senior Counsel shall also support securities law compliance, corporate governance and other corporate areas as assigned. Directly or through managing outside counsel, work closely with the Corporate/Business Development team, the Intellectual Property group and other functions and stakeholders in the structuring, drafting, negotiating and closing of highly complex and strategic transactions, including M&A, licensing and collaboration agreements. Oversee and conduct legal due diligence on M&A and other strategic transactions. Advise senior management and deal teams on legal, structural, corporate and other issues that arise in strategic transactions, including under antitrust, securities and privacy laws and regulations. Provide counseling and critical legal support to alliance management and integration teams in connection with contractual obligations arising from M&A, licensing and collaboration agreements. Lead, directly or through managing outside counsel, the drafting, negotiating and closing of public equity and debt financings, bank financings and other ongoing Treasury matters are required. Lead the legal support in drafting and negotiating transaction documents for real estate transactions (acquisitions, dispositions and leases) as well as provide counsel on real estate matters are required. Provide legal advice on operational contracts as required. As necessary, assist in the drafting of securities filings and other securities law compliance and administration are required. Assist in corporate governance matters, including in the administration of US and international subsidiaries are required. J.D., admission to the bar of any US jurisdiction and is eligible to practice as in-house counsel in the State of Maryland required. 7 years of relevant legal experience required. Significant and demonstrated experience in structuring, drafting, reviewing and negotiating complex agreements for M&A, licensing and collaboration transactions is required (preferably in the pharmaceuticals, biotechnology or life sciences industry). Significant and demonstrated experience in structuring, drafting, reviewing and negotiating complex agreements for capital market, credit or bank financing and real estate transactions is strongly desired. Significant law firm training/experience followed by experience in an inhouse legal department strongly desired. Experience with US securities laws and corporate governance as well as general corporate law matters is required. Familiarity with regulatory and risk management issues in the pharmaceuticals and biotechnology industry strongly desired. Experience with international transactions or working with international clients desired. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-24

Solar Project Finance Attorney

Denver CO Solar Project Finance Attorney The candidate will be responsible for the execution of all of company's transactions and a key executive leading the company's growth. Lead the drafting and negotiation of acquisition agreements (MIPAs, APA, PSA, etc.) and construction agreements (EPC, O&M, DSAs). Lead the negotiation, drafting, and critical review of equity agreements (tax equity OAs, ECCAs, etc) and financing agreements (e.g., construction and term debt). Manage outside legal counsel engaged to represent company. Support construction and asset management functions by providing advice in the normal course of business. Work closely with team to develop and implement improvements to contracting processes and tools, including a suite of regularly updated template documents. Support analyst team's due diligence process for acquisitions and financing. Identify transactional risks of potential investments and propose commercial terms to mitigate said risk.

The candidate should JD from an accredited US law school, and be admitted to the Bar (any state may apply). Should have 3-4 years of project finance experience. The ideal candidate will have familiarity with renewable energy transactions involving financing, acquisitions, and project documents. Candidates should have superior drafting and negotiation skills, the ability to take on significant responsibility and manage a challenging workload within a collaborative and fast-paced environment. Candidates should also be diligent, detail- oriented, proactive, supportive, and team-oriented. Should possess a intermediate skills in reviewing, negotiating and drafting commercial contracts. Excellent time management skills with an advanced ability to prioritize and complete multiple projects. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to be succinct and clear. Superb interpersonal skills and positive get-it-done attitude; including an unwavering commitment to teamwork and self-improvement. Refined business acumen, with the ability to identify and implement practical solutions to complex business and legal problems. Hardworking, responsive, and adaptable to what the situation dictates, including possessing the diligence to advance matters independently. Should be solutions-oriented transactional attorney with a strong head for business. In company's view, a "business-minded" lawyer understands how to balance risk/reward, with a bias toward finding creative solutions to risk allocations. In addition, candidate will drive meaningful improvements in how the team efficiently evaluates, closes, and manages its project investments.
Legal 3 - 4 Full-time 2020-06-23

Treasury, Securities Finance And Derivatives Attorney

Paramus NJ Treasury, Securities Finance And Derivatives Attorney The candidate will be part of a team of corporate attorneys in the Legal Division responsible for providing legal advice and guidance to support Treasury and other groups, supporting and advising on securities finance, derivative and capital markets transactions. Will report to the Head of the Corporate Legal Group in the Legal Division who, in turn, ultimately reports up to the General Counsel. Will interact closely with the Treasury Group as well as other departments/business units across the enterprise. Will: Provide legal support to Company Treasury group in connection with capital markets transactions associated with the issuance of debt securities, as well as securitizations and other securities issuances intended to meet Company liquidity and funding needs. Support various liquidity and funding collateral loan programs managed by Company Treasury group, including the Federal Reserve Borrower-in-Custody (BIC) and Federal Home Loan Bank programs. Support Treasury Operations to provide legal advice on posting collateral for government deposits and derivative transactions. Draft, review and negotiate securities finance, derivative and ISDA agreements entered into between company and institutional counterparties and/or other end-users, such as ISDA master agreements and other documentation for credit derivatives, interest rate swaps, foreign exchange (FX) swaps, Master Securities Forward Transaction Agreements (MSTFAs) and Master Repurchase Agreements (MRAs) for mortgage backed securities, margin loans and securities lending arrangements. Provide legal advice to company with respect to services provided by company to commercial customers and third parties, such as FX services and brokered deposit services, including advising on relevant laws and regulations, drafting and reviewing customer agreements and disclosures and advising on product development. Advise on banking and securities regulations affecting a treasury and finance group of a bank, such as derivatives regulations, ISDA protocols, netting rules, margin loan rules, FDIC assessment requirements, FDIC large bank resolution requirements, Regulation D reserve requirements, brokered deposit requirements, market risk rule, capital adequacy and CCAR/DFAST requirements, and liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) requirements. Provide legal support for public welfare and low income housing tax credit investment transactions (in which company takes an equity stake in a limited partnership) in order to obtain regulatory approval. Provide legal advice on the Bank Owned Life Insurance (BOLI) program. Participate in industry and BPI capital and liquidity meetings from a legal perspective. Identify, evaluate and escalate legal and regulatory risks affecting company relating to the above matters. Provide day-to-day advice with respect to substantive matters escalated to Legal with respect to the above matters. Oversee outside counsel retained to advise on matters for the above matters. Partner with Company compliance, risk and audit groups on the above matters. Keep senior management and other personnel up to date on pertinent legal and regulatory developments, including legal risks. Basic Qualifications: J.D. from an accredited law school. 7+ years previous experience as an attorney. 5+ years of leadership experience. New York State or applicable state bar admission. Preferred Qualifications: Ideally, experience with advising the Treasury group of a bank or negotiating derivatives and ISDA agreements. Ability to handle multiple tasks, take on new responsibilities and prioritize work in a deadline-intensive environment; experience in leading and facilitating change. Experience identifying, evaluating and escalating legal risk issues. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-20

General Counsel - Solar Finance

Denver CO General Counsel - Solar Finance Responsibilities: Lead the drafting and negotiation of acquisition agreements (MIPAs, APA, PSA, etc.) and construction agreements (EPC, O&M, DSAs). Lead the negotiation, drafting, and critical review of equity agreements (tax equity OAs, ECCAs, etc) and financing agreements (e.g., construction and term debt). Manage outside legal counsel engaged to represent SolRiver. Support construction and asset management functions by providing advice in the normal course of business. Work closely with team to develop and implement improvements to contracting processes and tools, including a suite of regularly updated template documents. Support analyst team's due diligence process for acquisitions and financing. Identify transactional risks of potential investments and propose commercial terms to mitigate said risk.

Qualifications: Should have 3-4 years of project finance experience. The ideal candidate will have familiarity with renewable energy transactions involving financing , acquisitions, and project documents. Candidates should have superior drafting and negotiation skills, the ability to take on significant responsibility and manage a challenging workload within a collaborative and fast-paced environment. Candidates should also be diligent, detail- oriented, proactive, supportive, and team-oriented. Possess a JD from an accredited US law school, and be admitted to the Bar (any state may apply). Intermediate skills in reviewing, negotiating and drafting commercial contracts. Excellent time management skills with an advanced ability to prioritize and complete multiple projects. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to be succinct and clear. Superb interpersonal skills and positive get-it-done attitude; including an unwavering commitment to teamwork and self-improvement. Refined business acumen, with the ability to identify and implement practical solutions to complex business and legal problems. Intellectually curious. Hardworking, responsive, and adaptable to what the situation dictates, including possessing the diligence to advance matters independently.
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Vp, Assistant General Counsel- Us Prime Brokerage And Equity Finance
Refer job# WUID150404
 
VP, Assistant General Counsel- US Prime Brokerage and Equity Finance Duties: Managing actual and potential litigation and enforcement matters, including internal reviews and investigations related to such matters. Advising on products and services, including contract negotiation and documentation. Advising on offering and marketing documents and new business initiatives. Managing dispute resolution. Interpreting existing laws, rules and regulations, and advising on changes thereto. Advising on advocacy in connection with contemplated and proposed laws, rules and regulations, and. Providing legal advice to the board of directors, the business and functions. Legal selects, engages and manages outside counsel for the firm on all matters in which outside counsel is engaged.

Qualifications: JD Degree or educational equivalent required. 5+ years experience with a major law firm (or equivalent in-house experience). Must have 5+ years of experience practicing law post-JD Degree. Must be in compliance with all relevant licensing requirements including the requirements of the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment. Must successfully complete a conflicts of interest clearance review prior to commencement of employment. Familiarity with law and regulation relating to UCC, SEC customer protection and regulatory capital, Reg SHO, SIPA, bank regulation, hedge funds, and bankruptcy laws. Experience negotiating trading agreements, especially prime brokerage agreements, control agreements, and/or stock loan agreements helpful; experience with ISDA, master confirms, and repo master agreements also would be a plus. Excellent drafting and analytical skills. Strong interpersonal skills; ability to develop and maintain internal and external client relationships.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel M&a And Corporate Finance
Refer job# IFNM150258
 
Senior Counsel M&a And Corporate Finance The candidate will reporting to the Assistant General Counsel, Corporate, Securities and Transactions (CST) team, the Senior Counsel will be responsible primarily for drafting, negotiating and executing agreements supporting (a) key mergers and acquisitions (M&A), licensing and collaboration transactions and (b) capital market, credit or bank financing and real estate transactions. In addition, the Senior Counsel shall also support securities law compliance, corporate governance and other corporate areas as assigned. Directly or through managing outside counsel, work closely with the Corporate/Business Development team, the Intellectual Property group and other functions and stakeholders in the structuring, drafting, negotiating and closing of highly complex and strategic transactions, including M&A, licensing and collaboration agreements. Oversee and conduct legal due diligence on M&A and other strategic transactions. Advise senior management and deal teams on legal, structural, corporate and other issues that arise in strategic transactions, including under antitrust, securities and privacy laws and regulations. Provide counseling and critical legal support to alliance management and integration teams in connection with contractual obligations arising from M&A, licensing and collaboration agreements. Lead, directly or through managing outside counsel, the drafting, negotiating and closing of public equity and debt financings, bank financings and other ongoing Treasury matters are required. Lead the legal support in drafting and negotiating transaction documents for real estate transactions (acquisitions, dispositions and leases) as well as provide counsel on real estate matters are required. Provide legal advice on operational contracts as required. As necessary, assist in the drafting of securities filings and other securities law compliance and administration are required. Assist in corporate governance matters, including in the administration of US and international subsidiaries are required. J.D., admission to the bar of any US jurisdiction and is eligible to practice as in-house counsel in the State of Maryland required. 7 years of relevant legal experience required. Significant and demonstrated experience in structuring, drafting, reviewing and negotiating complex agreements for M&A, licensing and collaboration transactions is required (preferably in the pharmaceuticals, biotechnology or life sciences industry). Significant and demonstrated experience in structuring, drafting, reviewing and negotiating complex agreements for capital market, credit or bank financing and real estate transactions is strongly desired. Significant law firm training/experience followed by experience in an inhouse legal department strongly desired. Experience with US securities laws and corporate governance as well as general corporate law matters is required. Familiarity with regulatory and risk management issues in the pharmaceuticals and biotechnology industry strongly desired. Experience with international transactions or working with international clients desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Solar Project Finance Attorney
Refer job# JSTP150246
 
Solar Project Finance Attorney The candidate will be responsible for the execution of all of company's transactions and a key executive leading the company's growth. Lead the drafting and negotiation of acquisition agreements (MIPAs, APA, PSA, etc.) and construction agreements (EPC, O&M, DSAs). Lead the negotiation, drafting, and critical review of equity agreements (tax equity OAs, ECCAs, etc) and financing agreements (e.g., construction and term debt). Manage outside legal counsel engaged to represent company. Support construction and asset management functions by providing advice in the normal course of business. Work closely with team to develop and implement improvements to contracting processes and tools, including a suite of regularly updated template documents. Support analyst team's due diligence process for acquisitions and financing. Identify transactional risks of potential investments and propose commercial terms to mitigate said risk.

The candidate should JD from an accredited US law school, and be admitted to the Bar (any state may apply). Should have 3-4 years of project finance experience. The ideal candidate will have familiarity with renewable energy transactions involving financing, acquisitions, and project documents. Candidates should have superior drafting and negotiation skills, the ability to take on significant responsibility and manage a challenging workload within a collaborative and fast-paced environment. Candidates should also be diligent, detail- oriented, proactive, supportive, and team-oriented. Should possess a intermediate skills in reviewing, negotiating and drafting commercial contracts. Excellent time management skills with an advanced ability to prioritize and complete multiple projects. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to be succinct and clear. Superb interpersonal skills and positive get-it-done attitude; including an unwavering commitment to teamwork and self-improvement. Refined business acumen, with the ability to identify and implement practical solutions to complex business and legal problems. Hardworking, responsive, and adaptable to what the situation dictates, including possessing the diligence to advance matters independently. Should be solutions-oriented transactional attorney with a strong head for business. In company's view, a "business-minded" lawyer understands how to balance risk/reward, with a bias toward finding creative solutions to risk allocations. In addition, candidate will drive meaningful improvements in how the team efficiently evaluates, closes, and manages its project investments.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Treasury, Securities Finance And Derivatives Attorney
Refer job# BRIL150230
 
Treasury, Securities Finance And Derivatives Attorney The candidate will be part of a team of corporate attorneys in the Legal Division responsible for providing legal advice and guidance to support Treasury and other groups, supporting and advising on securities finance, derivative and capital markets transactions. Will report to the Head of the Corporate Legal Group in the Legal Division who, in turn, ultimately reports up to the General Counsel. Will interact closely with the Treasury Group as well as other departments/business units across the enterprise. Will: Provide legal support to Company Treasury group in connection with capital markets transactions associated with the issuance of debt securities, as well as securitizations and other securities issuances intended to meet Company liquidity and funding needs. Support various liquidity and funding collateral loan programs managed by Company Treasury group, including the Federal Reserve Borrower-in-Custody (BIC) and Federal Home Loan Bank programs. Support Treasury Operations to provide legal advice on posting collateral for government deposits and derivative transactions. Draft, review and negotiate securities finance, derivative and ISDA agreements entered into between company and institutional counterparties and/or other end-users, such as ISDA master agreements and other documentation for credit derivatives, interest rate swaps, foreign exchange (FX) swaps, Master Securities Forward Transaction Agreements (MSTFAs) and Master Repurchase Agreements (MRAs) for mortgage backed securities, margin loans and securities lending arrangements. Provide legal advice to company with respect to services provided by company to commercial customers and third parties, such as FX services and brokered deposit services, including advising on relevant laws and regulations, drafting and reviewing customer agreements and disclosures and advising on product development. Advise on banking and securities regulations affecting a treasury and finance group of a bank, such as derivatives regulations, ISDA protocols, netting rules, margin loan rules, FDIC assessment requirements, FDIC large bank resolution requirements, Regulation D reserve requirements, brokered deposit requirements, market risk rule, capital adequacy and CCAR/DFAST requirements, and liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) requirements. Provide legal support for public welfare and low income housing tax credit investment transactions (in which company takes an equity stake in a limited partnership) in order to obtain regulatory approval. Provide legal advice on the Bank Owned Life Insurance (BOLI) program. Participate in industry and BPI capital and liquidity meetings from a legal perspective. Identify, evaluate and escalate legal and regulatory risks affecting company relating to the above matters. Provide day-to-day advice with respect to substantive matters escalated to Legal with respect to the above matters. Oversee outside counsel retained to advise on matters for the above matters. Partner with Company compliance, risk and audit groups on the above matters. Keep senior management and other personnel up to date on pertinent legal and regulatory developments, including legal risks. Basic Qualifications: J.D. from an accredited law school. 7+ years previous experience as an attorney. 5+ years of leadership experience. New York State or applicable state bar admission. Preferred Qualifications: Ideally, experience with advising the Treasury group of a bank or negotiating derivatives and ISDA agreements. Ability to handle multiple tasks, take on new responsibilities and prioritize work in a deadline-intensive environment; experience in leading and facilitating change. Experience identifying, evaluating and escalating legal risk issues.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
General Counsel - Solar Finance
Refer job# LAXA150155
 
General Counsel - Solar Finance Responsibilities: Lead the drafting and negotiation of acquisition agreements (MIPAs, APA, PSA, etc.) and construction agreements (EPC, O&M, DSAs). Lead the negotiation, drafting, and critical review of equity agreements (tax equity OAs, ECCAs, etc) and financing agreements (e.g., construction and term debt). Manage outside legal counsel engaged to represent SolRiver. Support construction and asset management functions by providing advice in the normal course of business. Work closely with team to develop and implement improvements to contracting processes and tools, including a suite of regularly updated template documents. Support analyst team's due diligence process for acquisitions and financing. Identify transactional risks of potential investments and propose commercial terms to mitigate said risk.

Qualifications: Should have 3-4 years of project finance experience. The ideal candidate will have familiarity with renewable energy transactions involving financing , acquisitions, and project documents. Candidates should have superior drafting and negotiation skills, the ability to take on significant responsibility and manage a challenging workload within a collaborative and fast-paced environment. Candidates should also be diligent, detail- oriented, proactive, supportive, and team-oriented. Possess a JD from an accredited US law school, and be admitted to the Bar (any state may apply). Intermediate skills in reviewing, negotiating and drafting commercial contracts. Excellent time management skills with an advanced ability to prioritize and complete multiple projects. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to be succinct and clear. Superb interpersonal skills and positive get-it-done attitude; including an unwavering commitment to teamwork and self-improvement. Refined business acumen, with the ability to identify and implement practical solutions to complex business and legal problems. Intellectually curious. Hardworking, responsive, and adaptable to what the situation dictates, including possessing the diligence to advance matters independently.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 

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