Attorney will be responsible for supporting the Global Principal Investments ("GPI") group on all transactions and related matters, including:
Advising clients on direct investments, joint ventures and consortium transactions, involving various platforms including fintech;
Advising clients on Equal Opportunity Initiative (EOI")/MDI investments, direct investments and Fund investments;
Providing legal advice and guidance on policies and procedures impacting GPI;
Advising clients on bank regulatory matters, including Volcker issues, the Federal Reserve Control Rule, Reg W and regulatory authority as they relate to GPI investments;
Advising clients on winding down legacy investments in a variety of jurisdictions;
Providing counsel with respect to corporate governance issues relating to investment entities; and
Advising senior management and various management committees on risks relating to investments by GPI.
Communication with senior executives will be required from time to time. Exposure to sensitive information requires utmost adherence to confidentiality. Must use considerable discretion and judgment when interacting with senior management and staff.
Minimum of 7 years of experience as a practicing corporate and transactional attorney.
JD Degree and active license to practice law in at least one state or the District of Columbia.
Extensive experience advising corporations on the structuring and documentation of transactions involving complex issues.
Experience to include advising on private equity, strategic investments, consortium transactions or third party investment funds.
Ability to field issues across a diverse set of legal subject matters.
Demonstrate highly developed oral and written communication skills; self-starter having the capability to operate with limited oversight and to interact confidently with senior management when required.
Ability to work in a fast-paced, demanding and collaborative environment with many stakeholders.
Demonstrate confidence in risk managed decision making and judgment
Substantial experience with a nationally-recognized law firm or in-house representing a significant financial institution is desired, but not required.
Familiarity with bank regulations such as Volcker issues, the Federal Reserve Control Rule, Regulation W and regulatory authority as they relate to bank investments.
Experience advising senior management or boards on corporate governance issues relating to equity investments.
Shift:1st shift (United States of America)
Hours Per Week:40
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