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ProfileAssistant General Counsel â€“ Ethics and Compliance Investigations The candidate will be responsible for conducting and coordinating Ethics & Compliance investigations for firm's group, both domestically and globally. Under the supervision of the Director, Ethics and Compliance, lead, coordinate, and conduct investigations related to a variety of matters in a professional and confidential manner. Will develop investigative plans, conduct interviews, identify, collect, and analyze evidence, prepare clear, concise, and factually accurate investigation reports, and communicate effectively and regularly with various Departments throughout the course of and/or following the investigations as needed, including Legal, Human Resources, Internal Audit, and Management. Develop strategy for, conduct, and track investigations, both domestically and globally, related to matters identified as compliance-related or for which the Ethics & Compliance team is identified as the best resource for handling. Identify pertinent documentation and evidence to be reviewed during investigations, including emails and policies, and conduct relevant searches of emails as necessary. Coordinate, schedule, and conduct investigative interviews of relevant firm's group team members and third parties as needed. Prepare accurate, clear, concise, and detailed investigation reports, setting forth the relevant facts and findings of each investigation. Collaborate with other Departments as needed, including Legal, Human Resources, Internal Audit, and Security. Verbally summarize investigative findings clearly and effectively to the appropriate personnel responsible for determining the outcome. Provide updates and reporting on investigations in verbal and/or written form to Company leadership and the firm's Compliance Committee. Together with the Director, Ethics & Compliance, develop, document, and implement investigative best practices.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate should preferably have 8-10 years of experience conducting internal investigations, with experience conducting compliance-related investigations at a major law firm or similar investigative experience. Law Degree, Bar Admission, PA Bar Preferred. Must have general understanding of, or ability to quickly learn, relevant policies, rules, regulations, and statutes including, but not limited to, those related to anti-bribery/anti-corruption, fraud, embezzlement, financial controls, conflicts of interest, anti-money laundering, and antitrust.
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