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Corporate Paralegal The candidate will maintain all corporate books, minutes, by-laws, articles, policies, processes, procedures and other documents for the proper and efficient governance of the company’s parent and each of its multiple global subsidiaries and affiliates. Will assist the General Counsel and other attorneys in the preparation of board materials, resolutions, and other artifacts for board meetings across corporate entities. Write, review, edit and documents including basic corporate resolutions, board minutes, articles of incorporation and certificates of incorporation, non-disclosure agreements, and policies and procedures. Maintain the company’s capitalization table including updates to the share register, option grant and exercises, new issuances and capitalizations, and share transfers. Provide administrative support in connection with the company’s credit facilities with its lenders. Assist with responses to financial partner and regulator diligence requests. Manage records in connection with the company’s global insurance program. Track claims, disputes, and litigation matters and provide periodic updates to the General Counsel. Assist the General Counsel in preparing and monitoring Legal Department budget, including tracking and reporting outside counsel costs. Other duties as assigned by the General Counsel. Maintain and update as necessary the money transmission and payment services licenses with federal and state/provincial regulatory bodies including renewal, officer updates, and business changes, quarterly reports, yearly financial reports and other maintenance as necessary. Communicate with federal and state regulators regarding licensing compliance issues including preparation and support of responses and interactions with regulators during examinations of the company. Maintain the company’s registration to do business in each country and state/province. Work closely with the company’s third-party consulting company to ensure reporting compliance and to keep up to date with regulatory changes. Maintain and process surety bond renewals. Participate in designing implementation and ongoing improvements of processes, controls and systems applicable to licensing compliance. Respond to questions from internal teams regarding license requirements. Maintain electronic and paper files of all documentation associated with licensing, and ensure all files are kept current and accurate.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate should have College degree preferred or paralegal certification with relevant experience. 4-7+years of corporate or law firm experience advising on corporate governance and/or financial services licensing matters. US corporate law knowledge required. Experience in international corporate laws/governance a plus.Experience in regulatory matters in the payments or related industry (e.g. payment processing, money service business, banking, insurance)is a plus. Experience interfacing with federal and state/provincial regulatory agencies in filing, examinations, and audit is essential. Working knowledge of NMLS system utilized by US money transmission license regulators, or other regulator interfaces is a plus. Should have strong interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite is essential.
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