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ProfileRegulatory Counsel The candidate provides legal advice and support to management in Corporate Group Functions and Business units. Functions as a legal advisor and resource in one or more defined subject matters and/or specific businesses. Provides legal advice to the organization, prepares documents, resolutions, forms and pleadings, and participates in major legal actions. Responsible for foreseeing and protecting the company against legal risks. Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Prevents and/or resolves conflicts with the team; encourages and empowers others. Assists in the management of expenditures for outside counsel. Reduces expenses in providing internal legal advice. Advises lines of business on practices that help minimize legal and litigation risk. Resolves most situations where conflicts arise between the needs and desires of specific business units and the interests of the company without requiring intervention of more senior lawyers. Identifies relevant facts; gathers relevant information from appropriate resources; evaluates the reliability of information obtained. Knows relevant substantive law; identifies legal issues for business units and formulates relevant legal strategies. Leads in complex and sensitive negotiations; considers the long-term consequences and coaches clients towards protecting the company's interest. Provides advice in ambiguous situations; identifies and reduces future legal risks; identifies and takes action on future opportunities. Anticipates client needs; deals with complex legal issues; delivers difficult messages without jeopardizing client relationships.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree and a J.D. degree from accredited law school. Must have 5+ years of related experience. Should have admission to appropriate State Bar in good standing and licensed to practice law in the State. Basic understanding of banking/financial services operations and issues is required. Extensive experience with federal consumer credit laws and regulations, such as Truth in Lending Act, Reg. Z, Equal Credit Opportunity Act, Reg. B, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, E-sign Act, Reg. E, ACH rules, Service members Civil Relief Act and Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act is preferred. General familiarity with state retail installment sales (preferably relating to motor vehicle financing), data security, privacy, and consumer collections is desired.
Req. ID: 171326BR