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Commercial Equipment Finance Counsel

Wilmington DE Commercial Equipment Finance Counsel Duties: Address day-to-day legal questions, issues, and negotiations on new and existing commercial equipment finance transactions, including reviewing and revising the Bank's standard forms and agreements for various specialty equipment forms. Provide legal support to CEF's documentation team and answer day-to-day questions from the CEF documentation and business unit. Provide guidance and support for existing products, new product design, geographic expansion, and growth initiatives, taking into account all applicable laws, rules, and regulations. Draft, maintain and review template agreements and forms for the CEF group, including marketing materials, research applicable laws, and licensing statutes, and advise the business unit. Advice on the development and interpretation of departmental policies. research and review existing law and make recommendations regarding new procedures and policies, as needed. Monitor legal and industry developments on relevant federal and state laws, regulations, and guidelines relating to commercial equipment finance and leasing (e.g., tax code, UCC Article 9, UCC Article 2 and 2A, Fair Lending, FCRA, Anti-Tying Regulations, municipal finance laws, Federal Aviation Administration regulations, laws and regulations especially applicable to aircraft, motor vehicles, and other specialty lending equipment). Identify, evaluate and escalate legal and regulatory risks relating to commercial equipment finance and commercial credit. Promote an environment that supports diversity and reflects the Bank's brand.

Qualifications: J.D. from an Accredited Law School. New York State or applicable State Bar admission. 4+ years of previous experience as an attorney or other relevant experience. Experience in identifying, evaluating, and escalating legal and regulatory risk issues affecting financial institutions. Self-motivated professional with a proactive approach to work and challenges. Superior analytical skills. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills. Ability to communicate and relate effectively with internal and external constituencies at all levels, from senior management to lower-level staff personnel, including: internal clients representing business lines and support areas; external legal counsel representing the bank, borrower, and third parties; regulatory officers; counterparts at peer institutions and other industry representatives; etc. Strong interpersonal and teamwork skills; ability to influence through collaboration and leadership. Ability to effectively handle multiple tasks, take on new responsibilities, adapt and prioritize work in a deadline-intensive environment. Ability to understand and integrate details of business/operational/systemic environment in applying legal and policy requirements.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2021-11-29

Director, Corporate Counsel - Treasury And Finance

Boca Raton FL Director, Corporate Counsel - Treasury and Finance Responsibilities: Review, analyze, negotiate and draft loan agreements and offer documents and all forms of related documents for debt facilities and securitizations. Manage complex corporate finance transactions and their associated documents and legal processes (often with tight deadlines) including drafting, reviewing, analyzing, and negotiating loan agreements and offering documents and all forms of related documents for corporate debt facilities, inventory/acquisition/construction loans and securitizations. Provide counsel in connection with detailed examination and analysis of debt facilities and securitizations including acting as a liaison with and managing outside counsel. Assist with Company's financial due diligence. Provide commercial contract support to various operational units of the Company including reviewing, drafting and negotiating a broad range of commercial contracts. Maintenance/management of the Company's affiliated Corporate entities including preparation of corporate resolutions. Coordinate efforts by various disciplines to obtain and service various acquisition and development loans.

Qualifications: Juris Doctorate required. 7 to 10 years of experience providing legal counsel in the areas of corporate law, treasury, and finance. Proficiency in, and a proven track record managing: legal issues associated with procurement and investment of funds; corporate law, contract review, contract drafting, management techniques, negotiation techniques, associate management techniques, communication techniques, productivity and performance management techniques, quality management, strategic customer relationship, customer service and quality fundamentals, MS Office. Strategic thinking, business-oriented, results-oriented, decision-maker, self-directed, self-starter, assertive, creative, strong analysis, evaluation, and planning capabilities, strong interpersonal relationship and communication skills to negotiate and obtain desired results, as well as to coach associates, detailed-oriented with strong analytical and problem-solving skills, strong ability to think strategically and analyze information timely and accurately, strong interpersonal communication skills to deal effectively with all levels of the organization.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2021-11-27

Banking, Finance And Bankruptcy And Insolvency Attorney

Houston TX Banking, Finance and Bankruptcy and Insolvency Attorney Responsibilities: Drives the development of legal strategies by providing specialized legal expertise in one or more areas of specialty law. Shares growing expertise within a specific legal concentration with other team members and with clients through both informal and formal training and mentoring. Identifies and resolves complex legal issues requiring in-depth knowledge and judgment within a specialty area.

Qualifications: Advanced university degree in law (e.g. JD Degree or LLB); additional advanced degree relevant to the specialty preferred. Meets local legal license requirements. 6+ years of commercial legal experience at a law firm or in-house. Advanced level of experience in one or more specialty law practice areas acquired through being a leading resource in-house or in similar industry or law firm environment. Advanced breadth and depth of practical and academic knowledge within a specific legal concentration, with demonstrated expertise in one or more sub-areas within the specific legal concentration. Strong knowledge of company policies and procedures. Awareness of the international legal environment for the specific legal concentration. Advanced skills and experience in negotiating or advising on complex or high value/risk matters in the specialty. Proactive and effective communicator of valuable information to clients and colleagues. English language skills to business standard strongly preferred.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2021-11-18

Senior Counsel - Corporate Securities And Finance

Norfolk VA Senior Counsel - Corporate Securities and Finance Responsibilities: SEC and Nasdaq rules and regulations, including the 33 and 34 Act, and corporate governance-related disclosures and filings with Nasdaq. Provide legal counsel on securities law issues, including with regard to corporate insider trading policy and Regulation FD. Review and advise on materials relating to quarterly earnings releases. Participate in drafting annual proxy statement and responding to shareholder proposals. Maintain watch list for Related Party transactions. Coordinate the Company's Conflict Minerals disclosures and annual Form SD filing, as well as related disclosures in the Company's Global Citizenship Report and on the Company's website. Research and advise on the Company's supplier relations disclosures in the Global Citizenship Report, as well as in response to shareholder letters and proposals. Advise the Company's Finance and Corporate Treasury functions on corporate finance transactions, including with regard to credit facilities. Coordinate legal due diligence for corporate finance transactions, including scope and execution of diligence plan. Support Corporate Treasury operations in the negotiation of new ISDA agreements with potential counterparties and updates to existing agreements. Monitor compliance with debt covenants. Coordinate with the Company's Tax function with regard to reorganization transaction. Analyze and provide updates to Xerox management and Directors regarding corporate governance developments and new SEC and Nasdaq rules (e.g., proxy access, executive compensation, human capital management disclosures, cybersecurity and conflict minerals). Respond to various surveys about Xerox governance practices and related matters.

Qualifications: 4-6 years of experience in securities, corporate, finance and transactional work at a nationally accredited law firm and/or in-house. Demonstrated history of strategic partnering, self-motivation, working independently on projects, meeting aggressive deadlines and juggling multiple priorities. Excellent professional ethics, integrity and judgment. Willingness and eagerness to roll up sleeves and be a part of a historic transformation. Experience working within the technology sector or for a technology company a plus.
Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2021-11-17

Senior Counsel Securities And Finance Law

New York City NY Senior Counsel Securities and Finance Law Duties: Ensuring compliance with applicable securities laws and stock exchange regulations. Prepare and review SEC filings including registration statements including but not limited to SEC filings on Form 10-K, Form 10-Q, Form 8-K, Schedule 13D and Schedule 13G, press releases and investor presentations. Advising and supporting matters relating to disclosure controls and procedures and securities laws generally. Providing legal counsel to the finance, tax and treasury groups, including in connection with all financing activities and transactions, such as securities offerings, equity or debt repurchases, credit agreements, derivative agreements, and other similar transactions; and providing legal advice on legal entity restructurings and other transactions related to the Company's legal entity structure. Assist with general corporate matters in the Law Department, including M&A, financing, investment, and other partnering projects that help us bring medicines to patients.

Requirements: Bachelor's degree. JD Degree required with membership in good standing in at least one state bar in the U.S, NY preferred. Non-NY must obtain a NY limited in-house counsel license upon hire and non-NJ must obtain a NJ limited in-house counsel license upon hire. 5-8 years experience in securities law, preferably with a public company and/or law firm, and with financing transactions. Must also have excellent interpersonal skills, strong oral and written communication skills, and the ability to work well independently and as part of a team. Excellent judgment and the knowledge and ability to involve others that may possess the needed expertise to address issues as required.
Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2021-11-15

Legal Counsel, Leveraged And Acquisition Finance

New York City NY Legal Counsel, Leveraged and Acquisition Finance The candidate will review and advise on documentation and structuring in connection syndicated finance transactions (term b, pro-rata, 364-day bridge, and leveraged bridge loan facilities) and high-yield bond offerings, both as left lead arranger & bookrunner and lender/co-manager. Respond promptly to deal-related issues, including legal and reputational risk questions. Advise and assist in connection with information walls and commercial conflicts management issues and policies. Identifying and managing relevant banking and securities regulations. Advise and liaise with domestic and international banking teams and other infrastructure personnel (i.e., regulatory compliance, credit, tax, operations, treasury, internal legal) in the context of both cross-border transactions and global workstreams, including teams in Europe, Asia, Australia, Latin America, and Canada. Advise and assist in connection with the recommendation, implementation, and maintenance of policies, procedures, and protocols for supported business groups. Advice on the legal risk of existing and new business activities. Participate in business risk and control committees. Develop and maintain efficient and effective relationships with outside counsel. Manage external legal costs and invoices. Ensure compliance, operational risk controls in accordance with HSBC or regulatory standards and policies. Promote an environment that supports diversity, inclusion and reflects the firm's brand.

The candidate should have B.A. and J.D. degrees from top schools and demonstrated success in relevant work history. Must have 3-6 years of experience at a major law firm and/or as in-house counsel to a financial institution with specific experience in one or more of the products noted above. Knowledge of 144A/Reg's transactions, SEC-registered offerings, and private placements is desired. Must have strong leveraged finance background (experience with both sponsor-led and strategic corporate acquisition finance is a plus). Have demonstrated competence in working with market-standard documentation for related products. Must have a strong understanding of the market practice and current market terms for each product. Be confident and have the expertise to make timely decisions. Time management and deal prioritization skills are required. Good client management skills are essential. The ability to work well with other internal the firm's support groups. Must have flexibility and eagerness to learn about and support other investment banking products. Have a strong interest in cross-border deal work.
Legal 3 - 6 Full-time 2021-11-13
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Commercial Equipment Finance Counsel
Refer job# SZHL163851
 
Commercial Equipment Finance Counsel Duties: Address day-to-day legal questions, issues, and negotiations on new and existing commercial equipment finance transactions, including reviewing and revising the Bank's standard forms and agreements for various specialty equipment forms. Provide legal support to CEF's documentation team and answer day-to-day questions from the CEF documentation and business unit. Provide guidance and support for existing products, new product design, geographic expansion, and growth initiatives, taking into account all applicable laws, rules, and regulations. Draft, maintain and review template agreements and forms for the CEF group, including marketing materials, research applicable laws, and licensing statutes, and advise the business unit. Advice on the development and interpretation of departmental policies. research and review existing law and make recommendations regarding new procedures and policies, as needed. Monitor legal and industry developments on relevant federal and state laws, regulations, and guidelines relating to commercial equipment finance and leasing (e.g., tax code, UCC Article 9, UCC Article 2 and 2A, Fair Lending, FCRA, Anti-Tying Regulations, municipal finance laws, Federal Aviation Administration regulations, laws and regulations especially applicable to aircraft, motor vehicles, and other specialty lending equipment). Identify, evaluate and escalate legal and regulatory risks relating to commercial equipment finance and commercial credit. Promote an environment that supports diversity and reflects the Bank's brand.

Qualifications: J.D. from an Accredited Law School. New York State or applicable State Bar admission. 4+ years of previous experience as an attorney or other relevant experience. Experience in identifying, evaluating, and escalating legal and regulatory risk issues affecting financial institutions. Self-motivated professional with a proactive approach to work and challenges. Superior analytical skills. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills. Ability to communicate and relate effectively with internal and external constituencies at all levels, from senior management to lower-level staff personnel, including: internal clients representing business lines and support areas; external legal counsel representing the bank, borrower, and third parties; regulatory officers; counterparts at peer institutions and other industry representatives; etc. Strong interpersonal and teamwork skills; ability to influence through collaboration and leadership. Ability to effectively handle multiple tasks, take on new responsibilities, adapt and prioritize work in a deadline-intensive environment. Ability to understand and integrate details of business/operational/systemic environment in applying legal and policy requirements.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Director, Corporate Counsel - Treasury And Finance
Refer job# JXAU163808
 
Director, Corporate Counsel - Treasury and Finance Responsibilities: Review, analyze, negotiate and draft loan agreements and offer documents and all forms of related documents for debt facilities and securitizations. Manage complex corporate finance transactions and their associated documents and legal processes (often with tight deadlines) including drafting, reviewing, analyzing, and negotiating loan agreements and offering documents and all forms of related documents for corporate debt facilities, inventory/acquisition/construction loans and securitizations. Provide counsel in connection with detailed examination and analysis of debt facilities and securitizations including acting as a liaison with and managing outside counsel. Assist with Company's financial due diligence. Provide commercial contract support to various operational units of the Company including reviewing, drafting and negotiating a broad range of commercial contracts. Maintenance/management of the Company's affiliated Corporate entities including preparation of corporate resolutions. Coordinate efforts by various disciplines to obtain and service various acquisition and development loans.

Qualifications: Juris Doctorate required. 7 to 10 years of experience providing legal counsel in the areas of corporate law, treasury, and finance. Proficiency in, and a proven track record managing: legal issues associated with procurement and investment of funds; corporate law, contract review, contract drafting, management techniques, negotiation techniques, associate management techniques, communication techniques, productivity and performance management techniques, quality management, strategic customer relationship, customer service and quality fundamentals, MS Office. Strategic thinking, business-oriented, results-oriented, decision-maker, self-directed, self-starter, assertive, creative, strong analysis, evaluation, and planning capabilities, strong interpersonal relationship and communication skills to negotiate and obtain desired results, as well as to coach associates, detailed-oriented with strong analytical and problem-solving skills, strong ability to think strategically and analyze information timely and accurately, strong interpersonal communication skills to deal effectively with all levels of the organization.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Banking, Finance And Bankruptcy And Insolvency Attorney
Refer job# KEEW163537
 
Banking, Finance and Bankruptcy and Insolvency Attorney Responsibilities: Drives the development of legal strategies by providing specialized legal expertise in one or more areas of specialty law. Shares growing expertise within a specific legal concentration with other team members and with clients through both informal and formal training and mentoring. Identifies and resolves complex legal issues requiring in-depth knowledge and judgment within a specialty area.

Qualifications: Advanced university degree in law (e.g. JD Degree or LLB); additional advanced degree relevant to the specialty preferred. Meets local legal license requirements. 6+ years of commercial legal experience at a law firm or in-house. Advanced level of experience in one or more specialty law practice areas acquired through being a leading resource in-house or in similar industry or law firm environment. Advanced breadth and depth of practical and academic knowledge within a specific legal concentration, with demonstrated expertise in one or more sub-areas within the specific legal concentration. Strong knowledge of company policies and procedures. Awareness of the international legal environment for the specific legal concentration. Advanced skills and experience in negotiating or advising on complex or high value/risk matters in the specialty. Proactive and effective communicator of valuable information to clients and colleagues. English language skills to business standard strongly preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Counsel - Corporate Securities And Finance
Refer job# ERVP163520
 
Senior Counsel - Corporate Securities and Finance Responsibilities: SEC and Nasdaq rules and regulations, including the 33 and 34 Act, and corporate governance-related disclosures and filings with Nasdaq. Provide legal counsel on securities law issues, including with regard to corporate insider trading policy and Regulation FD. Review and advise on materials relating to quarterly earnings releases. Participate in drafting annual proxy statement and responding to shareholder proposals. Maintain watch list for Related Party transactions. Coordinate the Company's Conflict Minerals disclosures and annual Form SD filing, as well as related disclosures in the Company's Global Citizenship Report and on the Company's website. Research and advise on the Company's supplier relations disclosures in the Global Citizenship Report, as well as in response to shareholder letters and proposals. Advise the Company's Finance and Corporate Treasury functions on corporate finance transactions, including with regard to credit facilities. Coordinate legal due diligence for corporate finance transactions, including scope and execution of diligence plan. Support Corporate Treasury operations in the negotiation of new ISDA agreements with potential counterparties and updates to existing agreements. Monitor compliance with debt covenants. Coordinate with the Company's Tax function with regard to reorganization transaction. Analyze and provide updates to Xerox management and Directors regarding corporate governance developments and new SEC and Nasdaq rules (e.g., proxy access, executive compensation, human capital management disclosures, cybersecurity and conflict minerals). Respond to various surveys about Xerox governance practices and related matters.

Qualifications: 4-6 years of experience in securities, corporate, finance and transactional work at a nationally accredited law firm and/or in-house. Demonstrated history of strategic partnering, self-motivation, working independently on projects, meeting aggressive deadlines and juggling multiple priorities. Excellent professional ethics, integrity and judgment. Willingness and eagerness to roll up sleeves and be a part of a historic transformation. Experience working within the technology sector or for a technology company a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel Securities And Finance Law
Refer job# JQOH163478
 
Senior Counsel Securities and Finance Law Duties: Ensuring compliance with applicable securities laws and stock exchange regulations. Prepare and review SEC filings including registration statements including but not limited to SEC filings on Form 10-K, Form 10-Q, Form 8-K, Schedule 13D and Schedule 13G, press releases and investor presentations. Advising and supporting matters relating to disclosure controls and procedures and securities laws generally. Providing legal counsel to the finance, tax and treasury groups, including in connection with all financing activities and transactions, such as securities offerings, equity or debt repurchases, credit agreements, derivative agreements, and other similar transactions; and providing legal advice on legal entity restructurings and other transactions related to the Company's legal entity structure. Assist with general corporate matters in the Law Department, including M&A, financing, investment, and other partnering projects that help us bring medicines to patients.

Requirements: Bachelor's degree. JD Degree required with membership in good standing in at least one state bar in the U.S, NY preferred. Non-NY must obtain a NY limited in-house counsel license upon hire and non-NJ must obtain a NJ limited in-house counsel license upon hire. 5-8 years experience in securities law, preferably with a public company and/or law firm, and with financing transactions. Must also have excellent interpersonal skills, strong oral and written communication skills, and the ability to work well independently and as part of a team. Excellent judgment and the knowledge and ability to involve others that may possess the needed expertise to address issues as required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Legal Counsel, Leveraged And Acquisition Finance
Refer job# JEIW163458
 
Legal Counsel, Leveraged and Acquisition Finance The candidate will review and advise on documentation and structuring in connection syndicated finance transactions (term b, pro-rata, 364-day bridge, and leveraged bridge loan facilities) and high-yield bond offerings, both as left lead arranger & bookrunner and lender/co-manager. Respond promptly to deal-related issues, including legal and reputational risk questions. Advise and assist in connection with information walls and commercial conflicts management issues and policies. Identifying and managing relevant banking and securities regulations. Advise and liaise with domestic and international banking teams and other infrastructure personnel (i.e., regulatory compliance, credit, tax, operations, treasury, internal legal) in the context of both cross-border transactions and global workstreams, including teams in Europe, Asia, Australia, Latin America, and Canada. Advise and assist in connection with the recommendation, implementation, and maintenance of policies, procedures, and protocols for supported business groups. Advice on the legal risk of existing and new business activities. Participate in business risk and control committees. Develop and maintain efficient and effective relationships with outside counsel. Manage external legal costs and invoices. Ensure compliance, operational risk controls in accordance with HSBC or regulatory standards and policies. Promote an environment that supports diversity, inclusion and reflects the firm's brand.

The candidate should have B.A. and J.D. degrees from top schools and demonstrated success in relevant work history. Must have 3-6 years of experience at a major law firm and/or as in-house counsel to a financial institution with specific experience in one or more of the products noted above. Knowledge of 144A/Reg's transactions, SEC-registered offerings, and private placements is desired. Must have strong leveraged finance background (experience with both sponsor-led and strategic corporate acquisition finance is a plus). Have demonstrated competence in working with market-standard documentation for related products. Must have a strong understanding of the market practice and current market terms for each product. Be confident and have the expertise to make timely decisions. Time management and deal prioritization skills are required. Good client management skills are essential. The ability to work well with other internal the firm's support groups. Must have flexibility and eagerness to learn about and support other investment banking products. Have a strong interest in cross-border deal work.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 

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