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ProfileCorporate Paralegal The candidate manages all aspects of corporate and subsidiary legal entity governance globally, and ensures that corporate entity structure supports the company’s overall governance and business operational strategy. Primary role in preparing and filing select SEC documents (e.g., Section 16, 8k filings, and support for 10-K and 10-Q filings.) and ensure compliance with NYSE and transfer agent rules. Produces and files annual proxy statements, working with accounting, human resources and investor relations. Directs activities of transfer agent, and other vendors, in preparation for the annual shareholders meeting. Determines need for, prepares, and files documents and correspondence for compliance with the NYSE, SEC; manages activity of transfer agent regarding stocks and dividends. Responsible for on the creation, maintenance and dissolution of entities worldwide and manages those activities. Manages global efforts to create consistent and compliant legal entity governance in all jurisdictions. Responsible for required board and shareholder meetings and actions, legal entity status in required jurisdictions and all corporate records for 35+ international and domestic subsidiaries and branches. Maintains standards/procedures for creation, consolidation and dissolution of entities and M&A target entity rationalization. Leads an internal team of cross-departmental managers in accomplishing these goals. Directs outside counsel in such activities. Evaluates need for and directs all aspects of foreign and domestic corporate qualifications and registrations for Cubic businesses. Includes evaluating need for annual returns, foreign qualifications, business licenses and other governmental filings as necessary to comply with local, state, national and international requirements for business operations; preparing and filing registration, annual report and qualification documents; liaising with finance, tax and accounting departments as needed; engages, directs and oversees work of outside counsel and vendors. Establishes and implements corporate policies and procedures. Develops and maintains constructive and cooperative working relationships with internal clients and outside counsel resources. Examines the needs and concerns of clients to determine opportunities for improvement or problem areas. Represents the department and provides input in cross-functional projects or coordinating teams (finance/accounting, tax, Human Resources/Benefits Plans, Compliance, and contracts).
Qualification and Experience
The candidate must have Four-year college degree plus 6+ years of experience, preferably in a public company environment. Should have high degree of expert and specialized knowledge and experience with corporate legal processes, SEC and NYSE requirements, state, local and foreign business and corporate requirements. Paralegal certificate required.
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