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Associate General Counsel, Global Digital Banking

Company name

Organization Type

In-House

Job Type

Attorney

Date Last Verified

Nov 15, 2021

Valid Through

Feb 28, 2022

Posted on

Oct 13, 2021

Years of Experience

Min 10 yrs required

Location

Jacksonville, FL, United States

Employment Type

Full-time

Industry

Legal
Practice Area
Finance >> Finance - Banking
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Associate General Counsel, Global Digital Banking
Responsibilities: Manage delivery of legal services related to the digital and technology teams of US Consumer Digital business unit. Work with the business, legal colleagues, and the other control functions to identify and manage franchise and reputational risks. Advise on existing legal issues as well as proactively advise on potential risks; spot legal and regulatory trends and advise business on how to pursue business goals in a way that avoids potential legal/regulatory issues. Play a key leadership role in building relationships with business leaders, team members and other departments through an open and collaborative style. Provide advice on the development and implementation of new digital product or service offerings (e.g. mobile banking applications, wallets, money movement) Provide legal support on initiatives to enhance digital engagement and interaction with customers (e.g. new applications to identify, acquire and service customers, enhance customer experience and increase digital usage); Structure, negotiate and draft commercial agreements with technology and other partners; Provide advice on relevant regulatory matters, including new guidelines and initiatives. In additional to supporting business managers, the attorney will work closely with other business lawyers in the U.S. and other regions as well as key functional partners, including compliance and risk management.

Qualification and Experience

Qualifications: A JD Degree and 10+ years of professional experience. Significant experience with legal issues specific to consumer financial services, including financial technology expertise. Significant regulatory experience, including familiarity with Federal Reserve, OCC and CFPB. Experience working with a high performance, client-focused legal team. Keen understanding of emerging legal trends and risks, including developing areas of consumer protection in the regulatory and litigation areas. Consumer retail banking activities, including relevant federal and state consumer banking laws and regulations (e.g. the Electronic Signatures Act, the Electronic Funds Transfers Act/Regulation E, the Equal Credit Opportunity Act/Regulation B and UDAAP among others); Negotiating and drafting commercial agreements with technology partners, such as licensing, development, consulting, content or other similar agreements; Data privacy and security issues, including collection, ownership, use, storage and other legal issues related to handling of customer data; Digital banking and related financial technology issues.. Important attributes will include the ability to exercise good judgment, offer sensible solutions and provide constructive advice in situations where laws are uncertain and evolving; willingness to actively engage and work together with business partners; ability to listen, be creative and solve problems; ability to collaborate across business, legal and other functional teams in a complex business organization.

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Ref. 21377639

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
Citigroup, Inc
8787 Baypine Road
Suite 4
Jacksonville, FL 32256-8528

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